Excerpt: Nikon has again upped the ante in its compact digicam lineup and the Nikon Coolpix p330 is an excellent example of the movement. A biggish 15mm CMOS sensor, moderate pixel count plus a fast f1.8 lens leads to a surprisingly high performance in such a moderately-priced camera. Coupled with this is the camera’s small size, easy pocketability and light weight.
Summary: After teasing the photography enthusiasts with two compacts without RAW in this sub-series, the Japanese brand finally decided to add RAW and increase the sensor size to 1/1.7-inch, making Coolpix P330 one of the best mid-range digital cameras available. -Sharp lens -Bright display -RAW shooting support -GPS included -Good image quality -Finicky power switch -Slow processing in RAW mode -Sluggish start-up Might be a good news for Nikon fans, and might be a warning for...
Pros: Sharp lens -Bright display -RAW shooting support -GPS included -Good image quality
Cons: Finicky power switch -Slow processing in RAW mode -Sluggish start-up