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Review: Nikon S710 shines, but it's a slowpoke

If it wasn't so slow, the Nikon Coolpix S710 would be a very good high-end, full-featured ultracompact.

The Nikon Coolpix S710 wants to be the camera you take with you while your digital SLR stays home. It offers a robust set of manual controls, a high-resolution 14.5-megapixel sensor, a 28mm wide-angle lens, and sensitivity that goes up to ISO 3,200 at full resolution and ISO 12,800 at 3 megapixels.

However, the S710 lacks the speed dSLR users--and even many snapshooters--are used to. If you're used to shooting fast, the S710's performance comes up short. Otherwise, it's a respectable high-end point-and-shoot that's a good option for those looking for lots of shooting flexibility in a pocket camera.

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