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Thanks for the review, I have been trying to decide between the Nikon S9100, Sony DSC-HX9V & Fuji FinePix F550 EXR. I look forward to your reviews of the other higher-end compacts before I make a choice!
Backside illumination? Whatever will they think of next?
Nice comment Nic...lol.As for the camera- looks great,high iso noise levels look very acceptable indeed. Such a shame there's no aperture/shutter priority modes.... :o(That alone makes it a non starter for me.... shame.. :o(
I bought this camera...... twice. And had to return it both times - so now I've ended up with the Sony DSC-HX9V.
The camera itself was great for me - but the first one I bought, the lens kept sticking and eventually wouldn't return to it's casing at all. The second one I bought also had a problem with the lens - the automatic cover kept sticking either coming out or going in making the camera completely useless.
Very disappointing - so I didn't want to risk getting a third one.
So is the Sony DSC HX9 V or Nikon S9100 the winner?
If you are after a point and shoot camera with an excellent 18 x zoom this is without doubt the best camera on the market at £131 it's a no brainer.Yes the Sony may well have more features but remeber it is well over £100 in price. Takes very good pictures and very easy to use my only gripe is when the camera is zoomed right out the you do have to hold the camera very still or the pics can be a little blurry. Best little camera I have bought and would recommend To anyone.
How many bd price ? Nikon Coolpix s9100
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