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'Maintaining good-to-excellent photo quality'
'Sharp lens, Good quality at high ISOs'
'Solid image quality in a pocketable body'
'Compact, Easy to use, First rate optics, Excellent image quality'
'Weak feature set.'
'The overall build quality is good, with a tight fit between panels and no embarrassing creaks when squeezed.'
'the camera is small enough to fit in a pants pocket or small handbag.'
'The Powershot A3100 IS is capable of producing strong colours.'
'poor dynamic range'
'Fisheye effect in wide-angle shots. '
'The shots are bright, colourful and sharp.'
'point-and-shoot cameras like the F200EXR remain cheaper and have some pretty cool features including the ability to shoot at 12,800 ISO.'
'Non-standard USB cable.'
'good sized screen'
'No camera is perfect -- the C-7000Z has some flaws worth mentioning,'
'this sleek metal model looks positively petite.'
'can display images at full resolution at 10 frames per second'
'The F100fd offers more automatic modes than most (and perhaps more than is neccesary for most users).'
'it does exhibit a bit more range than most'
'photos are quite noisy at ISO 1600, and a far cry from what the old F30 could produce.'
'Just as impressive, playback is organized automatically into albums.'
'Navigating through the menus on the camera's touchscreen can be a frustrating and time-consuming experience.'
'buttons are sparse, Sony still got it wrong for the Playback and Scrapbook keys'
'the T2 is a pretty good camera'
'sluggish shot-to-shot and startup-to-first-shot times.'
'Intelligent ISO Control to compensate for hand shake and moving subjects.'
'While the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX100 is a really nice ultra-compact camera.'
'the dial's tiny icons can be hard to see, and two-thirds of the dial is hidden underneath the top edge of the camera at any given time.'
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