Nikon Coolpix P330
Announced Mar 5, 2013 •
12 megapixels | 3″ screen | 24 – 120 mm (5×)
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Hi All, I've been looking at purchasing a refurbished P330 for use as my "pocket camera". This camera appears to be perfect for my needs, it's the size I'm looking for and has RAW capabilities. I like the fact that it has built in GPS which the P340 doesn't. I've read that the GPS doesn't function very well however. I'd like to hear opinions from people who have used the P330 and P340. I'm wondering if the performance of the P340 over the P330 is significant enough to warrant spending the...
I'm trying to get a new camera and I've narrowed it down to these 3 I've compared them several times and they are all similar i can get them all for just around $250 which one do you think is the best bang for your buck i do a lot of videos and also look forward to taking great pictures also using manual controls which do you recommend me getting
Hi all, I posted last week about a good point and shoot. I was wanting to buy the Nikon L830. From all of your comments on my post and some other posts, I've concluded either of the above would be better then the L830. Correct? If yes, which of these 2 do you prefer and why? Thank you!
By: laxlion09 (Jun 10, 2014)
Right now I have an iPhone 5s that I take pictures with, but I want a point and shoot camera that can take good pictures for traveling and adventures. I've been researching different cameras and the Nikon P330 and Canon S110 are in my price range. Wanting to know if there are any other point and shoots that I should look at. I don't necessarily need wifi features.
My current P&S is a Sony DSC-W80... until I got my iPhone 5S and realized how much better my pictures could be. But after 6 months with the new phone I know that any picture heavy trips, such as my upcoming trip to Europe, would benefit from a new stand alone camera with modern specs. It really doesn't seem like I bought the Sony *that* long ago but I guess I did. It's nice to not be storage space restricted as you would be on a smartphone that is competing for space with...
By: mikey201 (Apr 9, 2014)
I know how to activate timelapse and set it to 30 sec 1 min 5 or 10 min but I don't actually know how it works can someone explain.i thought it was a video but it actually just snaps a picture every certain amount of seconds?and comes out as 100 picture for example? how do i make it into a video..just put all the picture together? and also how do I record in slow mo. I chose 120fps using the FN button and it says 120 on the screen but how do I record in slowmo…hitting the record button...
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