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
Very compact form factor
Decent photo quality for its class, Stylish, ultra-thin metal body
Excellent Magnifying Glass Plus mode
Tiny image sensor, Poor low-light performance
Stylish metal body, High-Sensitivity CMOS sensor
Good images and video
'The camera is ready to take pictures within a couple of seconds of switching on and there is no significant lag from shot-to-shot.'
'impressive high-speed burst mode'
'high-end build quality'
Powerful and relatively fast-performing ultracompact camera
'Excellent build quality.'
'Large high quality touch screen'
'interesting high-speed video recording mode'
Photo quality is excellent
'Shooting video also boasts some impressive performance, with Full HD 1080p at 30fps. '
'crisp image quality'
'The form is slender, neat with good quality black plastics and metal.'
'fast continuous-shooting modes'
'It's an easy recommendation for those searching for a grab-and-go pocket camera and don't want or need much more than the ability to take a good photo.
'with the Canon PowerShot SD3500 IS and feel free to compare.'
'attractive, slim camera'
'great-looking tiny camera'
'Plus, it's small and attractive and has reliable options ideal for snapshooters. '
'it's small and attractive and has reliable options ideal for snapshooters.'
'No manual options.'
'Very small, weak flash; Very short battery life; No separate video recording button. '
'It's very small, very slim, and very dainty, without being flimsy or cheap.'
Style and design is very impressive
Designed really well and the extremely compact
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