Pros: The Nikon S6500 has a nice blend of features that make it a great camera for day-to-day use. The lens has an adequate wide angle and a zoom that will satisfy most users needs. 16 MP for sharp photos 12x zoom brings you close to the action (4x digital with 48x overall) Fast start up for quick point and shoot. Wifi built in for quick photo transfer and remote photography. Small and light weight, easily fits in a pocket.
Cons: Auto flash tends to wash subjects a bit Wifi can be sluggish Macro feature range is not close enough
Excerpt: Overall I'm enjoying using it and I'm still learning all the features.
Pros: Works great so far but I haven't used it a lot yet. Picture quality has been very good and a lot better than my S4 Android. Great video quality!
Cons: It's my 1st camera with Wi-Fi so I don't have any comparison but turning on Wi-Fi is a little awkward to get it turned on which you have to do each time you want to connect to your smartphone. You have to go into the menu and take several steps and it would be a lot quicker if they had an on-off option on the camera?
Summary: Good Value in a very Small Handy Point and Shoot Compared to other cameras, the Sony WX-350 delivers in a few remarkable areas: very small size and light weight, and extremely good battery life. That will be enough to please many, although in all other respects the WX-350 is just average. In terms of shooting performance, the Fuji F850 and the Panasonic ZS-15 are noticeably faster, while the similarly sized Nikon S6500 is the slow-poke of the bunch.