Nikon Coolpix 4600

Announced Feb 16, 2005 •
4 megapixels | 1.8 screen | 34 – 102 mm (3×)
Rob
 
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Jagnese is a vendor: Why else would he post the same comments in several cameras. Don't tell me for a second you managed to buy 2 4600's and 2 5600's and they all broke on you. If that's the case, you need to buy a camera made of steel. Or stop using them to play soccer. Problems: Great value for the money, but it's only $199. You can't expect this thing to run like a D70. Shots are occasionally over-exposed. Remember, this camera is $199! You get what you pay for. It's a neat little camera ...

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jagnese
 
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Very fragile. I was switched to this camera at Ritz when shopping for a Canon. I used it as a carry camera because I like to have one with me at all times. DONT CARRY THIS CAMERA WITHAOUT A PADDED CASE. I did and within a week the lens would not close due to misalignment. Problems: Had two of these cameras and the lens failed to function in both. You cannot put these cameras in even a protected pocket and expect them to continue functioning. They are the most fragile cameras I have ever ...

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Massivo
 
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The camera is really small, very practical. The batteries last for quite a long time. The first time I took more than 200 pictures with the same batteries. I think for people beggining is a great camera. I was expecting a little bit more. Problems: As it is really small it's kind of easy to get blurred images when the light is poor. A tripod is recommended. I got quite disappointed with the video because it has no sound.

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louis5377
 
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I needed a small great point and shoot. I have 4 other digicams. My small pocket cam is now showing it's age (1.2Mp). Bought coolpix 2100 for Fiance a while back. It consistantly does not take one bad picture. Was looking at Fuji E500 - small w/manual controls. Was at Central Camera in Chicago looking for the Fuji, the 4600s just came in. I checked it out. Loved the size. I bought it. I carry it with me all the time w/ a belt clip case. You never know when there is a good shot to be had.... T ...

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Owned this camera. For any camera, the single most important thing is focusing. There is no pic quality to speak of if it cannot even focus well. It must be fast, reliable and sharp for outdoor and indoor. If the camera does not pass this criteria, any other features are considered unimportant anymore and the cam is considered junk. A lot of professional reviewers missed this point. They don't test or even tell you much about it. The good : 1. Focusing is very fast, reliable indoor or ...

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