Excerpt: For decades Nikons were the camera of choice for professional photographers, photojournalists, and serious amateur shooters, but Canon has done a much better job of meeting consumer’s needs since the beginning of the digital era - especially when it comes to creating fashionable and easy to use ultra-compact digital cameras. That may be about to change. Nikon’s new Coolpix S200 is a stylish, ultra-compact and eminently pocketable 7 megapixel digital camera.
Excerpt: Nikon is world-famous for its high-end, professional cameras, but it’s always struggled to break into the consumer market where rival brands have a much stronger following. In an attempt to crack this lucrative market, the company has launched a new ultra-compact – the Nikon Coolpix S200. The Nikon Coolpix S200 is by far the smallest camera that Nikon has produced to date and is as small, light and thin as anything else on the market, which is always a good start.
Summary: The Coolpix S200 digital camera has many of Nikon's features: Face-Priority AF and automatic white balance. But while it looks pretty and will fit almost anywhere, it just doesn't take very good photos