Summary: The Nikon Coolpix S220 has a surprisingly large number of features for a Point and Shoot digital camera in its price range. In this review, we’ll examine a few of these features and discuss the camera’s pros and cons.
Conclusion: While some lens, LCD, and image quality is sacrificed in the Coolpix S220 for its affordable price tag and ultra compact body, overall this unit undoubtedly offers a lot of style and portability for a very little asking price.
Conclusion: The Nikon Coolpix S220 is a cheaper, non-touchscreen version of the Coolpix S230. The camera packs the same lens, sensor and most features. Unfortunately, the Coolpix S230 wasn’t flawless, and neither is the Coolpix S220 here.
Pros: Slim design, Good ergonomics and easy to use, Smart Portrait, motion detection and auto scene selection features
Cons: Strong noise reduction results in softness and lack of detail, Cheap lens with poor sharpness and no real image stabilizer, Low resolution LCD; doesn’t show a lot of information in shooting/playback, Crummy low-light autofocus, Below average battery life
Conclusion: The Nikon Coolpix S220 has a lot going for it. If I was being picky I would say picture quality could be that bit better, but there is only so much you can expect from such a small camera at this lower price.
Pros: Ease of use - colours - brightness - size - fast turn on time
Excerpt: The Coolpix S220 is an ultra compact, 10-megapixel new release from Nikon that is as simple to operate, as it is delightfully small. Available in five colours including silver, green, blue, purple and pink, the S220 is a funky little unit likely to appeal to fun-loving happy-snappers famous for...