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This review is from: Nikon COOLPIX S4300 Digital Camera with 4 GB Memory Card, Case, and Strap (Plum) (Electronics)
I am a professional photographer and have been looking for a little point and shoot to carry around for convenience. I want quality....but I do understand that any point and shoot is going to have some limitations. It's wonderful to be able to grab the camera and shoot away without having to worry about settings. The exposure compensation and scene modes will give you what you need for everyday fun photos. I might even consider using this camera as a second camera for some of my professional photography. I spent quite a lot of time researching point and shoots. I have Nikon professional cameras, so I do lean a little toward Nikon. My daughter just purchased a pretty pricey Canon point and shoot..her pictures are below standard in my opinion compared to what I am able to capture with this little camera.
Of course, you do have shutter lag....that's just a point and shoot....For the money this is a great little camera. Thank you Nikon :-)
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Initial post: Jul 1, 2012 8:28:08 PM PDT
victoria moreland says:
I would like to be able to carry a "small", but excellent picture quality camera in my purse for those pictures that come into your life and you need the camera at that moment. This seems like it would be the camera for me. I am concerned that with it being so small I will be able to aim at the picture I am interested in and not jerking and get a low quality picture. I hope this camera will fulfill the needs and wants that I have expounded upon.
Posted on Aug 5, 2012 11:08:28 AM PDT
K. Talcott says:
For the COOLPIX S4300 what video format is it when you upload it to your compter? Is it WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER (WMP) ??
Posted on Aug 21, 2012 11:55:25 PM PDT
K. Avziu says:
This might sound stupid but, the charger, the battery and the usb cable comes with it as well, right?
Posted on Dec 9, 2012 8:37:27 PM PST
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