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Nikon COOLPIX S2700 16 MP Digital Camera with 6x Optical Zoom and 720p HD Video (Black)
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- Slim, family-friendly 6x zoom compact with wide-angle 26 mm coverage
- 16.0 effective megapixels of pure imaging power
- Scene auto selector simply activates the optimal mode
- EXPEED C2 image-processing engine
- HD 720p movie recording
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It's simple for anyone to get just what he or she is looking for with this compact camera. A NIKKOR lens with 6x optical zoom covering a wide-angle 26 mm to telephoto 156 mm range. An operation system that is always simple and reliably familiar. With this much fun in hand, everyone can have a great time shooting images to remember.
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It is very slim, lightweight, and well made.
It comes with a rechargeable battery and a charger that doubles as a USB cord. It also comes with a digital manual on CD, a print user guide/manual, and a software CD that allows you to install a picture viewing software called ViewNX 2.
The camera came new in the box and arrived promptly with Amazon Prime shipping.
All in all I am very pleased!
I love the fact I don't need to buy batteries anymore. The last Nikon digital camera took 2 AA batteries, and while I did use Lithium rechargeables, they did not last very long.
Great job Nikon, love your products!
I am hoping maybe someone can help me out ... that its MY fault that the camera is so slow... however, I didnt change anything on the maunfacturers setttings, so I dont think its really my fault.
Also, some buttons are in the way when you are holding the camera to take pictures, so I end up hitting buttons while trying to take a picture.
I did a lot of looking around, and finally decided to give this Nikon a go. All I wanted was a simple point-and-click, with a little extra zoom than normal cameras have. This has been a pretty good buy for me, overall.
There is a lot to like about the camera- it's easy to use, there are a ton of settings, most pictures come out really well, the zoom is fantastic, timing between pictures is fairly quick, battery charges quickly.
Now the cons: Without flash, pictures come out extremely blurry. It's disappointing- I can't get those soft, natural pictures I could with my Kodak unless I'm under full, bright sunlight (outside). Even with windows wide open, pictures blur.
Another things about this camera is that the button is super sensitive. I'll click it once, gently. But the shutter will sound twice and the pictures never come out properly. Sometimes I'll simply be moving, and the button will somehow get pressed and I get a weird, blurred picture of whatever I happened to be walking past at the moment.
The last thing is that the auto-settings aren't always the best. For example, the auto-focus doesn't always focus, and you'll have to sit there and adjust yourself until you get the right focus angle. Sometimes you have to switch the scene selection or the focus won't work at all. The auto-scene somehow manages to go into one mode, and get stuck there (usually close-up). You have to re-select auto in order to have that setting.
For the most part, though, I like this camera and I'm happy I bought it. It was worth the money, and it's a good point-and-click that most anyone can use.