Nikon Coolpix S210

Announced Jan 29, 2008 •
8 megapixels | 2.5 screen | 38 – 114 mm (3×)
mvalerian
 
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Hi! I have had a previous Nikon Coolpix 4600 before, satisfied with it & no problem for the value that I paid for. Currently now I own a Coolpix S-210, slim, light & friendly user which I carry it all times with me. My many friends do have commented that the shots & even the video clips taken are very clear indeed & I do have good recommendation to my friends about Nikon cameras despite of whatsoever model avalaible in the market. I am not a professional camera man, but I do learn & gain ...

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aokbeatty
 
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It was a pretty decent little point & shoot while it lasted. One negative feature is the buttons. Unless I put my finger in exactly the right spot, I had trouble depressing both the power button & shutter. I have smallish fingers, it seems like it would be worse for anyone with larger fingers. Problems: My camera is 14 months old and the image sensor died. It would cost more to fix it than it is worth. I am extremely disappointed, but there's nothing I can do since it's out of warranty now.

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CyberSaint
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Very disappointed! I had a Nikon Coolpix S600 for a point-and-shoot to supplement my Nikon D80. It did a great job for me, but I gave it to my son to take on his recent deployment to Afghanistan. Now I'm in the market again for another P&S, and thought this one might do the trick. I was very disappointed. Among the few positives, the camera outwardly is built well, looks great, and feels solid. The negatives however, are within the camera itself. It is so small it is hard to stabilize it ...

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radaristas
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I also own a Sony DSC w30. In comparison with sony, Nikon has richer colours, vibrating stabilizer and better macro. I am quite pleased for my choise. Ideal for begginers and for advanced photographers. Quite clean shots until ISO 800. Very much noise over 800. Problems: No battery status...

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Timothy Ng
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It sucks!! Don't waste your money even it is cheap! The photo quality and auto focusing are both so bad. I was a Nikon fan since I used FG, then F70. But now, I am so disappointed. Problems: Picture quality is the worst I have ever had! It even worse than my old Casio Exilim Ex-z4.

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osmiza
 
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170 euros totally Wasted my first nikon camera Problems: my last nikon camera

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milea
 
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Pros: + Well builded metal body + Nice design + Small and light + Price + Easy to use + Good shoot to shoot times Cons: - No viewfinder - Bad image quality (my 4 years old HP Photosmart R707, have much better image quality then S210) - No battery indicator - Average battery (about 200 shots)

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This is my first digital camera. I wanted something small I could take for a trip to my niece's wedding. I got it for $130 with a coupon (it normally runs around $170). The camera is incredibly small and light, just about the thinnest out there. It's reasonably durable--I dropped it once and all that happened was a small nick on the exterior. The LCD screen is nice and bright, and is easy to see in all but the brightest sunlight. There are many built-in settings to help in a variety of ...

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bazrl
 
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I bought this camera as I wanted one that was the smallest in the shop and cheap. It cost me £120 and fits neatly and easily in my pocket. As this was almost the cheapest camera in the shop I wasn't expecting too much from it, just something that would take some fun photos when I was on a weekend away with the lads. Problems: Photo quality with the flash indoors is not very good, but was good enough for what I wanted.

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tomerbaz
 
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I didn't think you can be so disappointed with Nikon. Image quality is way below average - very grainy even with flash. The white with auto white balance is closer to yellow, and the LCD display is too dark, blurry and the colors aren't right. Operation is not trivial either. It takes 4 button presses to switch from still photos to movies, or to select a scene shooting. I thought you couldn't go wrong with Nikon, and it turned I was wrong.

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