'Good point-and-shoot entry level camera'
'Eco mode extends battery life, Low price'
'Excellent rear LCD'
'Built like a tank for active outdoors use'
'Excellent image quality'
'Decent image quality at low ISO levels'
'Abundant set of shooting and editing options'
'18x zoom in a compact body'
'Manual exposure modes, Excellent Wi-Fi features'
'Compact size, Fast, accurate autofocus'
'Excellent video quality'
'Good camera for beginners'
'Fast, accurate autofocus, Silent operation'
'Solid color accuracy when white balance is accurate'
'RAW shooting capability'
'Combination of speed, portability and image quality'
'Has good rugged specifications'
'Good image stabilization'
'Innovative Action Control feature'
'Comfortable nice-looking design'
'Full-resolution photos are clear, color-accurate, and quite detailed'
'Superfluous intelligent digital zoom mode'
'Extremely fair pricing'
'Subpar touch screen'
'Small, stylish, feature-rich'
'Excellent noise performance throughout the ISO range'
'A streamlined shooting design for both photo and video'
'Deciding Between the Nikon D5100, D7000, D3100, and D90'
'It's a good camera with a few reservations (especailly the HDR feature),'
'Moderately priced camera'
'Good value for money, Decent image quality'
'Exceptional zoom rang'
'Colours in outdoor images appearing bluish'
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