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Nikon A10SL

COOLPIX 16.1MP Compact Digital Camera - Silver

  • 2.7" 230k-Dot LCD Monitor / 16.1MP 1/2.3" CCD Sensor
  • NIKKOR 5x Optical Zoom Lens / HD 720p Video Recording
  • Electronic Vibration Reduction / 2x AA Battery Power
  • Scene Auto Selector / Smart Portrait Mode



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Sony DSC-T2B

Cyber-Shot 8.1 Megapixel Digital Camera (Black)

  • 2.7" LCD display
  • Carl Zeiss® 3X Optical Zoom Lens Design
  • 4GB Internal Memory
  • MPEG Movie VX Fine Mode



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Samsung EC-ST700

16.0 Megapixel Digital Camera (Black)

  • 3.0" LCD display (1.8" Front LCD Display)
  • 5 x Optical Zoom
  • Dual Image Stabilization
  • SD/SDHC/SDXC Memory Card (102MB Internal)



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Nikon S6500RD

COOLPIX 16.0 Megapixel Digital Camera (Red)

  • 3.0" LCD display
  • 12x optical Zoom wide-angle 25 mm to 300 mm
  • Wi-Fi® compatibility
  • SD/SDHC/SDXC Memory Card



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Nikon S6800BK

COOLPIX S6800 16MP 12x Zoom Black Wi-Fi Digital Camera

  • 3.0" TFT-LCD Display
  • 12x Optical Zoom / 24x Dynamic Fine Zoom
  • Panorama Shooting Mode, Built-in Wi-Fi



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Compact Camera, Small Camera, Pocket Camera

With a point and shoot camera you can take higher quality photos than your smartphone, and perhaps most importantly you get a real optical zoom capability. Dedicated cameras have larger digital sensors than a smartphone, which allows them to take higher resolution pictures with increased low light performance. You also get a bright flash on most models, which will easily outcompete a smartphone, especially at distance. The other great benefit is that you have a real optical zoom. Zooming on most phones is really just stretching the image, whereas a camera has a real zoom lens for better quality.