Summary: I'll try to make this short and informative, and helpful to those in the market for a compact camera. I bought the p330 because of the name, the available features, and the price. At the time of this review, I paid a little bit over $250 here in Amazon. This is also considered as discontinued because the p340 is out already. Regarding the p340, I believe the only difference is the built-in wifi, more scene options, tenths of ounces lighter, etc...
Excerpt: Outstanding compact. First camera of its size that allows me to take great pics inside without flash. I am amazed by the vast options in the menu for customizing pictures. Very easy to access the various functions too. I love the way the menu has been designed , plus the graphics in the menu are so intuitive. We compared the P 330 to several other compacts and it was our #1 choice. If you normally shoot a DSLR, like us, I think you will enjoy using it too.
Summary: I'm not an expert but I was looking for a camera with a good picture quality and GPS built in. The pictures of Coolpix P330 are great especially with night shots , I would like to give it 5 stars but the only thing that bothered me is the GPS signal receiver , it takes too long time to find the signal outdoor and impossible to find it indoor. I tried to update the GPS file inside the camera nut nothing changed.
Summary: Slower than the competition to lock focus when shooting indoors at night but the flash does a vey nice job. Auto white balance is very good in most situations. The FN button is best used for ISO changes. This camera is the least costly in it`s class.
Pros: Excellent Image Quality, High quality movies, Larger Sensor, lots of control, Pocketable And Lightweigh, Reasonably Priced, Very Good Awb
Summary: I purchased this camera prior to a long trip to europe. It was between this and the comparable canon. I am not a huge camera enthusiast, so i can't give you or even understand the real fine details that others have posted. From my perspective. * It had GPS, which i really wanted on our trip.
Summary: I have had this cam about 10 days, my gf bought it for me as a birthday gift. I wanted it for the larger than average sensor, 1.8 lens, pocketable size, RAW capability, macro capability, and decent price. Overall, I like the style and size of the camera (I have it in white), and it has an impressive array of settings and controls including GPS, wifi capability, and 1080P video. I will not address those bells and whistles in this review, only image quality.
Summary: Nikon is one camera you Expect to be well built. For a very small camera it takes good photos. I'm afraid I'm spoiled by full image SLR cameras, and in unfair comparison, the images on the Nikon were not of the same resolution and color quality. It took a few days to adjust my thinking to accept that the small size is what I want, and willing to sacrifice image quality a little bit, for the several important benefits of this quite good camera.