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Nikon Coolpix S610

The Nikon Coolpix S610 is the non-wireless version of the S610c, and thus is identical in practically every other way. It has the 10 megapixel sensor, the 3-inch LCD, the cutesy "smile mode" that can recognize smiles and will automatically take a ...

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Nikon Coolpix S700

Nikon brings out the big guns with their Coolpix S700 model. This attractive, metallic-body compact camera packs a big 12-megapixel sensor, allowing for larger and more detailed photographs than ever before. Now, keep in mind, 12 megapixels doesn'...

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Nikon Coolpix S7c

The Nikon Coolpix S7c improves upon the already slick line of wireless digital cameras with some startling new features. The S7c allows for wireless image transfer like previous models, but the Coolpix Connect service takes things a step further. ...

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Nikon Coolpix S80

The S80 is Nikon's fancy-pants touchscreen point-and-shoot for the 2010 holiday season, a snapper with standard photo capabilities but a flashy, stylish design and interface. It's the replacement for last year's S70, which was a solid camera and c...

Grade: B Price: $0.00

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Nikon Coolpix S8000

When it came time to take the Nikon Coolpix S8000 out of the box, I have admit that I was a little nervous. I think I can safely blame that on the marketing department. This camera, which is hybrid of powerful features on a tiny body, is being sol...

Grade: B Price: $0.00

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Nikon Coolpix S800c

Nikon's answer to the deluge of camera phones eating into market share, the S800c is the first camera to run on Android 2.3 (Gingerbread). While in a Wifi hotspot, users can check their email, browse the web, download apps from Google Play, or upl...

Grade: B Price: $0.00

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Nikon D2X

The Nikon D2X digital SLR is a big investment for professional photographers. At around $4000, the D2X is not a blind buy, for sure. The cost is prohibitive for all but the pinnacle of Nikon-loving pros, and if you're one of those chosen few looki...

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Nikon D300

This has since been replaced by the excellent D300s. Here's what we had to say about the original D300 when it was released in September 2007:Nikon's D300 is meant to be a more affordable, more approachable version of its superlative D3 digital SL...

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Nikon D300S

The Nikon D300S is a substantive prosumer DSLR for those craving the autofocus system of the pro line in a crop sensor format. The 12.1 megapixel sensor is getting a bit long in the tooth by now, however, and it has been partially eclipsed by the ...

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Nikon D40

The Nikon D40 is a superlative budget dSLR, geared toward introducing aspiring professionals and other serious photographers to high-end performance and potential. The 6.1 megapixel sensor is just right for most users, and the D40's small form fac...

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Nikon D70s

The Nikon D70s has since been replaced by the superb D300s, but here's what we had to say about it when it first hit the shelves:The Nikon D70s SLR is an updated and improved version of the popular Nikon D70. Though the D70s has the same imaging h...

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Nikon D80 (Body Only)

The D80 is a great camera, but too far past its prime for you to bother buying. Go with a newer entry-level model, like the D5000. Here's what we had to say about the D80 when it was released in August 2006:The Nikon D80 is an affordable 'enthusia...

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Nikon D80 (Lens Included)

The D80 is a great camera, but too far past its prime for you to bother buying. Go with a newer entry-level model, like the D5000. Here's what we had to say about the D80 when it was released in August 2006:The Nikon D80 is an affordable 'enthusia...

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Nikon L100

The Nikon CoolPix L100 is a budget superzoom point and shoot camera aimed squarely at the broad consumer market. It offers a 10-megapixel sensor, a 15x optical zoom lens, and simplified controls that will be easy to use for even the greenest of di...

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Nikon L19

The Nikon Coolpix L19 is being presented to the public as an easy-to-use little budget camera for casual users who don't want (or want to pay for) all the fancy fixings. I've thought for awhile that something like this was needed on the market—cam...

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Nikon P90

Roughly one year ago, Nikon release their first substantial entry into the extended zoom camera market with the Coolpix P80. [Read our full review of the P80 here]. Intended to compete with similar offerings from Canon, Panasonic, and Olympus, the...

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Nikon S220

The S220 is tiny, and that's about all it has going for it. The image quality and response time are poor. Dozens of users complained about the S220's grainy, noisy pictures that look terrible even on Facebook. We ranked it as one of our five worst...

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Olympus Camedia C-350 / D-560 Digital Camera

In order to achieve bold effects without sacrificing ease of use, the Camedia 350Z provides a number of digital editing functions. Shots can be changed to sepia or black and white photos, and a convenient resizing option allows reduction of the da...

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Olympus FE-120

Olympus style for the novice photographer, the impressive 6 megapixel FE-120 is a spectacular deal for under $200. The Olympus FE-120 wants to be the new user's best friend, and at such an affordable price it seems like a friend indeed. The 6 mega...

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Olympus FE-190

The Olympus FE-190 is a decent ultracompact shooter with Digital Image Stabilization, not as good as optical, but better than nothing. Especially when the camera is so small, even the slightest movement of your hand might blur a photo. The FE-190 ...

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Olympus FE-3010

The latest generation of Olympus' FE line, the 3010 offers a lot of power in a small package. A 3X optical zoom and 12-megapixel resolution makes sure that every picture comes out as clear and as sharp as you remember it. Advanced Detection and In...

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Olympus FE-370

An ultracompact model from Olympus with a nice helping of features, the FE-370 is designed for casual users. Its 5x optical zoom and face detection technology allow you to take focused, colorful pictures on any occasion. And with dual image stab...

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Olympus FE-4000

The Olympus FE series is known for userfriendliness, though it's also known somewhat for unreliability. The FE-4000 is a simple, straightforward camera intended for casual photographers and budget-minded consumers. It has fairly decent specificati...

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Olympus FE-46

The FE-46 is now out of production. Here's what we had to say when it was released in July 2009:The Olympus FE-46 is a budget digital camera, with a manufacturer's suggested retail price of less than $100. It has a 12-megapixel sensor and 5x optic...

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Olympus PEN E-P1

Micro Four Thirds has been heralded as the next big thing in digital photography, but it might be more accurately described as the next small thing. The Olympus PEN E-P1 is a bold example of what the Micro Four Thirds technology is capable of doin...

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Olympus PEN E-P2

Despite widespread confusion about this model when it was first launched in late 2009 -- why would Olympus charge $300 extra for a camera that's barely different from its predecessor? -- it has legs and remains Oly's flagship mirrorless model. It'...

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Olympus SP-320

Olympus must have gotten a deal on 7.1 megapixel sensors, because the SP-320 is one of three new cameras that has them. Still, each has its own set of unique features. The biggest feature of the SP-320 has to be the price. For around $299, the ave...

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Olympus SP-500UZ

Check out the newer SP-600UZ model. Here's what we had to say about the SP-500UZ when it was released in August 2005:The Olympus SP-500 Ultra Zoom takes is a still camera that is keenly aware of motion. One of the more alluring features of the SP-...

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Olympus SP-565 UZ

Olympus has had much success with their extended zoom cameras, reaching the incredibly long range of 20x optical without sacrificing quality, style, or ease-of-use. Their SP-570 UZ, which I reviewed very positively several months ago, is probably ...

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Olympus SP-570 UZ

The major camera manufacturers, specifically Sony, Canon, Fuji, and Olympus, have been engaged in an ever-expanding arms race for the past few years, each one trying to seize the high ground in the extended zoom category. With the Olympus SP-570 U...

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