-- -- I'm Josh Goldman senior editor with CNET and this is a look at the Nikon Coolpix S 6300.
The compact point and shoot with -- wide angle ten X zoom lens.
A two point seven inch LCD on back and be sixteen megapixel backside illuminated C mouse sensor.
Offer reasonable price.
There is almost identical to its predecessor -- 62 current period.
The only real difference being DC -- sensor which helps give the S 6300 faster shooting performance and allows for some extra shooting options.
Like full HD and high speed slow motion movie clips and easy panorama is taking simply by panning the camera.
Photo quality is above average for its class suitable for eight by ten prints and web use but it's not great in low light.
Its shooting performance is pretty fast too.
Though it's auto focus can be somewhat temperamental it's not perfect but if you're on a budget and -- small walking around camera with little extra zoom.
And when shooting options to do the trick -- I'm Josh golden and that's tonight some 300.
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