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Nikon Coolpix S52


$250.00 Released April, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Not that complicated to get use- beginners will easily get their desired shots. The high-resolution setting yields sharp pictures. Vibration reduction reduces camera shake to prevent blur and produce clearer, sharper results in unsteady conditions.

The Cons:Uses a non-standard USB cable. You will experience some slight lag- pictures may be taken a second later than you want. The overall construction of the camera seems a little flimsy.

The Nikon Coolpix S52 is available in 2 models, the standard S52 and the S52c, which includes Wifi for wireless transfer of your photographs. The 9 megapixel compact camera features a 3x Nikkor zoom lens that spans 38-114mm, meaning it does not offer the moderate wide-angle found on some other ultracompact cameras.

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Product Shot 2 Several scene modes, optical image stabilization, facial recognition and in-camera red-eye reduction should make point-and-shoot snapshots easy. The back of the camera is dominated by a 3" LCD screen with anti-reflective coating intended to make viewing easier in direct sunlight.

New image processor

The Coolpix s52 and s52c use Nikon's new Expeed image processor, which is supposed to improve shutter speed and lag times. This was a major complaint with previous models in the series, and improvements with the new processor have been noted by enthusiasts.

Features:

  • 9 megapixel CCD sensor
  • 3x optical zoom Nikkor lens
  • optical image stabilization
  • variety of scene modes
  • self-timer
  • S52c model includes Wifi
  • facial recognition
  • in-camera red-eye reduction

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    Not that complicated to get use- beginners will easily get their desired shots

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    The high-resolution setting yields sharp pictures

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    Vibration reduction reduces camera shake to prevent blur and produce clearer, sharper results in unsteady conditions

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    Slim, minimalist design allows you to slip it into your pocket or purse

Cons
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    uses a non-standard USB cable

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    You will experience some slight lag- pictures may be taken a second later than you want

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    The overall construction of the camera seems a little flimsy

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    There is a good chance you will break it if it happens to drop

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    Lens is in the corner of the camera- be careful or your finger will get in the way

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