Nikon Coolpix S3100 Review

March 21, 2011 | Gavin Stoker |

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Nikon claim the Coolpix S3100 is the stylish way to capture all the fun and it certainly doesn't disappoint. At just 18.4mm deep you'll have no problem slipping the camera into your pocket when going out with friends. The screen is clear in all lighting conditions with the buttons responsive and easy to press. One downside with the buttons is that the symbols and writing is engraved on rather than printed in another colour and therefore it's difficult to see in the dark. The camera is easy to grip and the menu system is simple to navigate.
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If you're looking for an affordable digital camera, Nikon appears to think you're not interested in image quality. That's the only conclusion we can reach as we try to understand the thinking behind the S3100. Nikon is perfectly capable of producing capable low-cost cameras, but instead it has decided to lure customers in with shiny curves and impressive-sounding specs, and not give two hoots about the resulting pictures.
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Slim and sexy, the 14Mp Nikon Coolpix S3100 is small enough to slip into any pocket and has a wider-than-usual 26-130mm lens, a 2.7in LCD screen and 720p movie recording capability.
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