'Image quality is excellent for a budget camera, with lovely colour, accurate exposure, very good sharpness and low image noise at high ISO settings.'
'very reasonable price'
'Shot-to-shot time was relatively quick as well, and in burst mode, the camera took around 0.9 second per frame.'
'crisp picture quality'
'Capable, low cost point-and-shoot camera'
'Small, stylish, compact camera'
'A super compact addition to the Nikon range.'
'Large ISO range'
'it has a smaller screen'
'The FS15 is a slick-looking little number with a stylish brushed metal casing and boasts a 5x optical wide-angle to telephoto Leica DC zoom lens'
'ISO 1600 is, as expected, pretty messy, but not as eye-achingly bad as many other compacts in this class.'
'The camera has a zoom rocker that is quite resistive to push: we often found our finger sliding past the rocker rather than pushing it.'
'55.4 x 22.4mm and a weight of 137g with rechargeable battery (good for the standard 250 photos from a full charge) plus regular SD or Eye-Fi enabled card inserted.'
'While reviewing our sample photos, I noticed a good amount of edge softness preset as well as moderate barrel distortion at wide angle; which is typical for a consumer model in this price range.'
'Lightweight and portable'
'Entirely lacks an optical viewfinder'
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