Nikon Coolpix 5200 Video
Aimed squarely at snapshooters looking for a carefree pocketful, this ultracompact does all the hard work and delivers decent picture quality.
Aimed squarely at snapshooters looking for a carefree pocketful, the ultracompact Nikon Coolpix S2 does all the hard work and delivers decent picture quality.
If 2 megapixels is enough resolution for you, this easy-to-use Nikon is a good starter camera, but like its 3.2-megapixel stablemate, it lacks manual controls.
This easy-to-use Nikon is a good starter camera for the new digital photographer, but it lacks most manual controls more-experienced shooters demand, and both the memory card and the rechargeable batteries cost extra.
The Nikon Coolpix P1's good image quality offsets its novel but limited Wi-Fi capabilities.
Though it's stylish, affordable, and easy to use, the Nikon Coolpix S210's performance and photo quality aren't nearly as pretty.
Despite a few flaws, this is a good digital camera for starter snapshooters who crave simplicity and a helping hand but don't want to sacrifice picture quality.
Snapshooters wanting a little more creative control than the average point-and-shoot offers should check out the Nikon Coolpix P300.
The Nikon Coolpix S4 resurrects the company's classic swivel-lens design with modern touches, including lots of scene modes and in-camera fixes for common problems. Image quality and performance seem a bit old-fashioned, however.
The Nikon Coolpix S640 is a respectable midrange ultracompact with some improved shooting performance over other Coolpix models.