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'Excellent photo and video quality for its class'
'Solid performance, good value, Nikon nails it again!'
'Excellent image quality, Fast autofocus'
'Design is easy to use and comfortable to handle'
'Performs poorly in low light and indoors without a flash'
'Build quality isn't the best'
'Excellent Battery life, Inexpensive'
'One touch video recording'
'Lots of physical controls'
'Excellent hands-on interface'
'Vast performance improvements'
'Excellent image quality and superior noise performance at high ISO settings.'
'manual exposure controls'
'The built-in flash worked well indoors, with no red-eye and good overall exposure. '
'Superior image quality with very sharp photos. '
'The Nikon P7000 is a serious camera for those serious about photography but don't want to commit to a DSLR. '
'I do feel somewhat ambivalent about the D5000's design.'
'particularly sharp images'
'with logical button placement (similar to the D60, but with a few modifications).'
'No manual or semimanual shooting modes'
'It has the highest resolution screen of any point and shoot I could find. '
'super high quality photos'
'The recorded video looks really bad.'
'A middle-of-the-pack performer, with the exception of very fast start-up times, the D3000 doesn't improve much on the D60. '
'The Nikon D3000 looks and feels expensive; its build is similar to the more-expensive ($999 list, body only) Nikon D90 , but it's more compact (1.16 pounds) with a smaller grip and fewer buttons. '
'If you're an enthusiast photographer and want to learn more about how to take photos in different situations, there is probably no better camera to get your hands on than the Nikon D3000. '
'Images are sharp and have good color.'
'The S5100 is a pocket-sized camera that will suit photographers on a budget just fine.'
'Both SD and SDHC memory cards can be used to store images and movies, but not the latest SDXC types. '
'This compact and stylish camera can easily fit into a small pants pocket or purse, and offers some appealing features for a sub $200 camera. '
'The flash is pretty average in terms of power, able to illuminate subjects up to 10 to 12 feet away (3 to 4 meters) at auto ISO.'
'Nikon S52c adds one feature that's still fairly uncommon - wireless connectivity.'
'Nikon's new 9MP Coolpix S52 is ready to slip into your pocket.'
'The S52c is also compatible with my Picturetown'
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