16 Apr '12, 6am

Review: Nikon CoolPix S6300

Review: Nikon CoolPix S6300

Had the opportunity to give the Nikon CoolPix S6300 a spin during a short walk around iLight @ Marina Bay 2012. Many thanks to Justin Ng, tech65 for letting me having a go with it. I shot a few sample shots from the camera, and finding it quite cumbersome to fiddle with the settings. Not to mention that the CoolPix S6300 do not seem to retain any settings when its switched off. For example, the flash light will automatically fire upon hitting the shutter button, despite having set the settings of the flash light to no flash. Unfortunately, this feature end up ruining most of my test shots. The above photos shows some of the modes that I explored in the CoolPix S6300. I thought the Soft and Close Up mode look and feels really great. For a simple point and shoot, the CoolPix S6300 certainly made the job easy for beginners. However, I did not like the user interface very much...

Full article: http://nicole.sg/archives/review-nikon-coolpix-s6300/

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