'the Coolpix P4 and P3, a similarly specified version with WiFi capability, boast Nikon's excellent Vibration Reduction (Nikon-speak for image stabilisation), as well as a long list of other desirable features'
'The other controls are a little awkward'
'good ergonomic design'
'the on/off button is very tiny, so make sure you don't trim your nails too closely.'
'The increased zoom may be the reason for the camera's bulky design, but with vendors finding ways to cram more powerful lenses into smaller bodies, we don't really think it is justified in this case.'
'even if you never use the Wi-Fi functionality, this is one of very best 8-megapixel compacts available.'
'it comes with a little something extra - wireless technology'
'In principle that method is great, but I tried it with two different shipping versions of the Coolpix P1, four different computers, and two separate network routers--and never managed to get a successful connection.'
'it has a poor continuous-shooting rate of 0.7 to 1.4 frames per second'
'Nikon's innovative D-Lighting function compensates for exposure problems by adding light and detail to dark areas of shots'
'A trigger to the left initiates the self-timer menu; hitting up cycles the various flash options; down activates the macro menu'
'in case you are holding the Nikon S3 for the first time, the design really shows its beauty.'
'In the Coolpix S3, Nikon offers a subcompact design with great looks, a generous 6 megapixel imager, a 3X optical zoom lens, a large 2.5 inch LCD screen, and a feature set designed to make it easy to use'