Nikon Coolpix A
The Coolpix A offers DSLR-standard image quality and an excellent 28mm-equivalent lens in a well-polished, pocketable camera. Compared to the competition, the Coolpix A is solid, if not class leading in any particular respect, but its user interface will be immediately familiar to Nikon shooters and the results it produces are dependably good.
Nikon users looking for a pocketable alternative to their DSLR (particularly those who own Nikon Speedlights).
Photographers shooting fast-moving subjects.
Nikon Coolpix A Review
By: Mike Tomkins, Imaging Resource (Jul 5, 2013)
Nikon COOLPIX A Review
By: Mike Topham, What Digital Camera (Mar 28, 2013)
With the Nikon Coolpix A being the first premium compact in Nikon's Coolpix range, there's no predecessor to compare it to. Instead, we're left looking at its rivals to see how it stacks up against the competition. The Nikon Coolpix A's direct competitor is the , but with a much smaller footprint, the Nikon Coolpix A is a more convenient option if size and portability are your main concerns.
Nikon Coolpix A review
The COOLPIX A pretty much achieves what Nikon no doubt had in mind for it. It is the World's smallest camera with an APS-C format sensor. The image quality and low light high ISO noise performance are nothing short of outstanding for a camera this size. Job done. But though Nikon hasn't compromised on its vision, users of the COOLPIX A may have to. The 28mm lens is great for landscapes and...
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