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Wednesday, Jun 15, 2005

Nikon Coolpix 5600 Review - PC Magazine

Nikon Coolpix 4600 / Coolpix 5600The Nikon Coolpix 5600’s compact form factor harks back to that of the Coolpix 775 (which debuted in 2001), a camera that was quick, light, and fun to use. For Nikon’s follow-up, integrating two out of three of these qualities isn’t bad, but it isn’t so good, either. The 5600 is light and fun to use, but we take issue with its speed—specifically recycle time. That’s a shame, because the 5600 (as well as the related 4MP Coolpix 4600 and 7MP Coolpix 7600) is nicely designed and fairly easy to use, and it gives users 16 accurate and versatile scene modes from which to choose.

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