Nikon CoolPix S6 Reviews

Nikon CoolPix S6 Reviews DP Interface has reviewed the Nikon Coolpix S6 and write: “This camera is a great one for point-and-shoot group snaps but not at night or for sports. I would recommend the Nikon Coolpix S6 for the above use but I think the Sony T30 is a better deal. Well, in case you need built-in WiFi or like its design or whatever your reason to get the S6, but you’re stuck between the Nikon Coolpix S5 and S6 – I think the Nikon Coolpix S6 is a better deal: for an additional US$40, you’re getting a larger LCD, WiFi and slightly better image quality at high ISOs.”

Hardware Zone has written a Nikon Coolpix S6 review and write: “In all, we loved the seamless wireless capability found in the S6. It delivers convenience by freeing users from having unsightly cables while providing users with another alternative to offload and share pictures. Quality wise, the S6 was able to capture still with good reproduction and image noise were mostly minimal. Night landscape shots were brilliantly captured as well with commendable color separation and low noise even at ISO 200. Slight edge softening was noticeable though.”

Steves Digicams has reviewed the Nikon Coolpix S6 digital camera and write: “Despite its small size and very large 3-inch LCD, the S6’s controls are well-placed, being easy to use while not subject to accidental activation. The S6’s Multi Selector was effective during playback and while navigating the menu system, able to be both rotated and used as a traditional 4-way controller. The tiny top-mounted zoom control was less effective, being too small to operate with any degree of precision. Having no optical viewfinder, the S6 includes a high quality LCD. The LCD was a very effective viewfinder indoors, intensifying the live image in dim lighting to aid in shot composition. It was less usable outdoors, lacking an anti-reflective surface that would minimize reflections and glare. It’s large size allowed Nikon to provide a 25-image thumbnail review mode, useful when you need to scroll through a lot of images to find the one of interest.”

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