Sharp kit lens, Excellent high ISO performance
Deliver significantly more features and performance
Sharp images even from kit lens, Great Wi-Fi connectivity
Image quality, Build quality and design
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
Delivers excellent photo quality
Optional EVF available, Built-in Wi-Fi
Excellent video capabilities
Faster hybrid auto-focusing, wi-fi connectivity, downloadable apps
Simple control layout, stylish looks
Good screen, Quick start-up
Image quality is good enough
High speed shooting at 60fps, High resolution screen
Insanely small, Inexpensive, 7.3GB internal memory
Purse sized proportions and cute styling
No white balance or ISO controls
Really tiny body, Good amount of built-in memory
'The camera itself is pretty well-designed and easy to grip and shoot.'
'The NEX cameras are primarily about squeezing DSLR quality into compact bodies.'
'The Sony NEX-5 is an excellent camera for hobbyist photographers upgrading from compacts who want to increase capability but not bulk. '
'smallest interchangeable lens camera'
Fast performance and excellent raw photo quality
Fast continuous shooting
Super-fast auto-focusing system
Good images and color
'aesthetically pleasing camera'
'The GF2 is a nice camera for those new to more advanced photography, as it works well in both automatic and manual modes. '
'Fast and responsive'
Family-friendly waterproof and shockproof point-and-shoot
Good value for money
Family-friendly waterproof camera
Affordable rugged compact
'Overall, the E-PM1 was a fun camera to shoot with, producing surprisingly sharp, high-quality images of fast-moving action at the US Open. '
'In-camera art filters.'
'high resolution 3 inch LCD screen'
'new shutter system'
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