Lens quality is very good with sharp images
Nikon's micro compact is smaller than a credit card… but is it too lightweight?
Extremely small camera, Metal body, Plenty of built-in memory
Insanely small, Inexpensive, 7.3GB internal memory
Purse sized proportions and cute styling
No white balance or ISO controls
Really tiny body, Good amount of built-in memory
Family-friendly waterproof and shockproof point-and-shoot
Good value for money
Family-friendly waterproof camera
Affordable rugged compact
'with the S620 being responsive in most situations.'
'decent compact camera'
'Noise levels are quite decent for a compact digicam.'
'Ergonomics and Controls The S620 is tiny, but it is fairly stable in hand (although it lacks any sort of serious handgrip) and it is dependably easy to use.'
'decent, good-looking, point-and-shoot ultracompact camera'
'The Coolpix S230's touch-screen was more responsive than any Sony Cyber-shot we've ever handled, namely the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T77 and DSC-T700.'
'the Nikon Coolpix S230’s resistive touchscreen is quick to respond, and has a generous 3 inches of real estate to boot.'
'Ergonomics and Controls The S230 measures a trim 0.8 inches wide, making it easy to carry in a coat pocket.'
'Overall, the Nikon software suite is marred with a poor transfer program.'
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