'Good point-and-shoot entry level camera'
'Eco mode extends battery life, Low price'
'Abundant set of shooting and editing options'
'18x zoom in a compact body'
'Manual exposure modes, Excellent Wi-Fi features'
'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'
'Built to a high standard'
'Good quality build'
'Good image quality'
'Sleek, slick and funky'
'Excellent performance for its class'
'Great Camera -- A perspective from a D300/700 Owner,'
'Cool things you might not know the D7000 can do,'
'Best DX (cropped) Camera To Date; Amazing ISO Performance,'
'No EVF option.'
'Small and light, but comfortable to use.'
'image noise are quite good.'
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