'No change from the T4i; not necessarily a bad thing'
'Ability to preview the Creative Effects'
'Comprehensive touchscreen interface that is intuitive and efficient'
'Sensor records lots of detail'
'Impressive noise control'
'Excellent noise performance up to ISO3200+'
'Hybrid AF system boosts live view and video focusing speeds'
'Record Full HD video'
'Relatively light and compact, Great overall image quality'
'Robust build, Rotating LCD screen'
'Excellent photo and video quality for its class'
'Solid performance, good value, Nikon nails it again!'
'Excellent image quality, Fast autofocus'
'Design is easy to use and comfortable to handle'
'Good still and video image quality'
'Undoubtedly a great all-round DSLR'
'Excellent low ISO performance in both JPEG and Raw files'
'Impressive 39-point AF system, Continuous shooting speed of 5fps'
'Produces detailed images, Excellent ISO performance'
'Good picture quality, vari-angle LCD screen, decent autofocus system with motorised lenses'
'Only the first day'
'Compact, 60fps burst shooting'
'Small size, attractive appearance'
'Very small, high-quality, discreet and generally fast camera'
'Noise at high ISO settings, Poor image quality'
'High speed shooting at 60fps, High resolution screen'
'Hybrid autofocus system is fast, small system size'
'Ultra-fast autofocus until very low light'
'Higher resolution sensor than predecessor, Good lens selection'
'Light, compact stylish design'
'Full-frame image sensor, Extremely sharp lens'
'Impressive internal platform with a fantastic lens'
'Fantastic lens in a compact and highly customisable body'
'Excellent image quality in both JPEG and Raw'
'Smallest full-frame camera available, Low noise at high ISO settings'
'Excellent build and design quality'
'Shooting in low light levels'
'Attractively smooth, out-of-focus background'
'Great looking images with such a tiny camera'
'Very compact, Excellent access to manual controls'
'Clever industrial design'
'Lot easier to use, Handgrip a definite improvement'
'Reasonable price, Compact size, Good build'
'Extremely small interchangeable lens camera'
'Intuitive to use, Reasonable price'
'Compact dimensions and a fairly solid construction in spite of them'
'Images are pretty good'
'Easy touchscreen, Range of filters'
'Fast high-speed shooting, Decent image quality'
'Curvy body is different'
'Decent photo quality, Curvy body is different'
'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'
'Extremely small, Good colour reproduction'
'Good build quality, Compact size'
'Reproduction of colours was very good'
'No manual operation, Heats up while shooting video'
'The WG-2's shooting performance isn't particularly fast and it only has digital image stabilization'
'Soft lens. Slow to start and shoot'
'Easy to handle'
'Good image quality'
'Great results in good light'
'Destruction proof spec'
'Video: under-exposed image, low-quality sound'
'Sporty camera for outdoor adventurers'
'Blistering 10fps shot-to-shot speed'
'Compact, well-built, easy-to-hold body'
'Excellent built-in viewfinder'
'Big, bright ultra high resolution EVF'
'Exceptionally 'deep' feature set including Auto HDR and Sweep Panorama'
'Very good dynamic range'
'Highest specification mirrorless camera'
'Very good snapshots and video'
'Perfect sized pocket digicam, stylish'
'Stylish and sleek design'
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