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Canon PowerShot A1400

Reviewed August 2013
Canon PowerShot A1400
*Est. $100
Pros:
  • Sharp photos in bright light
  • Optical viewfinder -- rare for a cheap camera
  • Basic and easy to use
Cons:
  • Dim light requires flash
  • Too slow for fast-action photography
  • No optical zoom during video
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Nikon Coolpix S3300

Reviewed December 2012
Nikon Coolpix S3300
*Est. $100
Pros:
  • 6x zoom works well
  • Very slim and lightweight
Cons:
  • Disappointing photo and video quality
  • Sluggish shooting
  • Owner complaints of flimsiness and malfunctions
  • Hard-to-see LCD screen
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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W650

Reviewed December 2012
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W650
*Est. $110
Pros:
  • Slim and light
  • Easy to use
Cons:
  • Slow
  • Feels cheap, some owners say
  • LCD screen gets mixed reviews
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Canon PowerShot A4000 IS

Reviewed December 2012
Canon PowerShot A4000 IS
*Est. $130
Pros:
  • 8x zoom
  • Good photo, video quality
  • Very compact
  • Metal body, not plastic
Cons:
  • Laggy shot-to-shot delays
  • Can't use optical zoom while shooting video
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Nikon Coolpix S6300

Reviewed December 2012
Nikon Coolpix S6300
*Est. $140
Pros:
  • 10x zoom
  • Very easy to use
Cons:
  • Autofocus sometimes leaves photos blurry
  • Sluggish delays between shots
  • Several owners complain of malfunctions
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