Nikon Coolpix S225 + 2 GB memory + camera cover @ 99 @ Jessops - HotUKDeals
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SAVE £20 on normal accessory kit selling price of £40 (Product code 5154418). Contains Nikon 2GB SD card and Nikon Coolpix S225 case.

Exclusive to Jessops, the smart Nikon S225 provides the very best in point-and-shoot technology in a classic silver body. Face, smile and blink detect functions consign poor expressions to a thing of the past and all this comes in a sleek and stylish package.

Main Features
10 megapixel resolution for sharp enlargements
3x Zoom Lens (35-105mm 35mm equivalent, f3.1- f5.9)
2.5 TFT LCD Screen (150k dots with anti-reflection coating) for easy viewing in bright conditions
Electronic Vibration reduction, 4x anti-blur technologies combined to cut out camera shake
Best shot selector (BSS)- automatically selects the sharpest of up to 10 sequential shots.
Auto scene selector
Smile Mode and Blink Proof Mode for outstanding portraits
Quick Retouch mode - lets you edit your image and save it as a copy
Face detection of up to 12 faces in the frame
16 scene modes with red eye fix
10cm macro for great closeups
ISO 100-2000, High sensitivity auto mode to 1600
D-lighting- counters underexposure in shadow areas
Lithium battery for approx 180 shots
Weighs only 100g for ultimate portability and convenience
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The camera is £79 on it's own - frankly I don't think a case and 2GB card are woirth £20 - but for convenience some might like this...

This model is exclusive to Jessops - Crave didn't much like it in their review - but at half the original selling price it might be good value for the brand.
I won one of these in a competition a few weeks ago, I would not recommend it, it does not even have a battery level gauge or histogram, and the auto white balance was very poor.

I ended up getting rid of it and buying a Canon Ixus 95IS, which, although it costs a little more, is a much better camera, and performs so much better than the Nikon in every way

I'm not bashing Nikon, I have a Nikon D700 DSLR and love it, I just think this compact is very poor compared to other models at similar price points


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