Nikon Coolpix S9100
The S9100 is streets ahead from its predecessor the S8000, thanks to a new sensor and much more versatile zoom lens. Image quality is very good in daylight conditions, and HD video footage looks great. The S9100 is also one of the fastest and most responsive cameras in its class. The only major negative points are sub-par image quality in poor light at high ISO settings and very little manual exposure control.
25-450mm (equivalent) lens is great for travelling
Anything that requires manual exposure control
DCRP Review: Nikon Coolpix S9100
By: Jeff Keller, Digital Camera Resource Page (Sep 12, 2011)
The Nikon Coolpix S9100 is a decent, but not great, compact ultra zoom camera. The S9100's most appealing feature is its value: you get a lot of camera for around $275. While its photo quality is good enough for the point-and-shoot crowd (assuming they aren't cranking up the ISO too high or making large prints), it could certainly be a lot better. Still, its snappy performance and broad set of...
Nikon COOLPIX S9100 review
By: Paul Nuttall, What Digital Camera (Jun 8, 2011)
There's no escaping that the COOLPIX S9100 is a well specified compact camera that will gather admires in the compact world. However, it falls down in certain departments. The lack of manual control and Raw capture hint at the fact that the camera may well not belong in the advanced category, whilst the plasticky build quality and slow start up serve to affirm this view. If you're looking to...
Nikon Coolpix S9100 review
The Nikon COOLPIX S9100 is a compact super-zoom with an impressive 18x optical zoom range. In that respect it's well out in front of the competition, with the Panasonic Lumix TZ20 / ZS10 and Sony Cyber-shot HX9V offering a 'mere' 16X range and the Canon PowerShot SX230 'only' 14x. Where those models opt for lens-shift image stabilisation, the COOLPIX S9100 shifts the sensor to combat camera...
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