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Monday, May 30, 2005

Nikon Coolpix 5600 Review - Pocket-lint

Nikon Coolpix 4600 / Coolpix 5600The Nikon Coolpix 5600 is a true point and shoot model with very few manual control to clutter the small, 85×60x35mm, 130g (without its two AA batteries) camera.

It’s very easy to use as a result with the on/off and shutter buttons gracing the tiny top plate and a single mode dial on the back offering the cameras (fairly standard) shooting options. A great optical viewfinder sits next to the mode dial, as does the camera’s 3x zoom lens control, which drives the optics through their 35-105mm focal range. The lens is however not particularly fast having an f/2.9 to f/4.9 maximum aperture range meaning at full zoom you need to keep the camera very steady as it also has a limited sensitivity range from ISO 50 to 200 controlled automatically.

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