Nikon Coolpix S203 Digital Camera (Red)

March 19, 2015 - Comment

With 10.34 mega pixel, electronic VR vibration reduction, 5-level brightness adjustment, 3x optical zoom, and TFT LCD, Nikon Coolpix s203 fulfills all the demands of any photographer. The digital camera has an inbuilt memory of 44MB and an external memory slot made for all kinds of SD (Secure Digital) cards. More Camera Suggestions For You

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With 10.34 mega pixel, electronic VR vibration reduction, 5-level brightness adjustment, 3x optical zoom, and TFT LCD, Nikon Coolpix s203 fulfills all the demands of any photographer. The digital camera has an inbuilt memory of 44MB and an external memory slot made for all kinds of SD (Secure Digital) cards.

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Lease says:

Change the settings I received this camera as a gift that was puchased at Target on Black Friday. I just received it for my birthday. I read reviews on another site prior to using it. They suggested changing the settings put the ISO to 200 (instead of Auto) and Distortion Control ON. Numerous reviews on that site also complained that the pictures seemed grainy on the screen but when in review mode or printed are great. I followed the reviews of others made the changes and waited until I printed some pictures they…

RavensRealm2010 says:

Black Friday Deal will leave you sad every other day! I bought this camera at Target as a Black Friday Deal. I figured for $88 Bucks, how could I go wrong? Man, was I wrong! I know that it was only $88 but the picture quality was flat out HORRIBLE at any price! Saying that the pictures were blurry does not come close to explaining just how bad they were. I was replacing a 5 year old Sony point and shoot and this camera was rated at 10MP, so I figured a huge improvement was in store. Not so in this case. My Blackberry takes equal quality pictures…

Ashley Sealand "Ashley Sealand" says:

Takes blurry pictures I bought this camera from Target on Black Friday 2009, and I’m sorry that I did. I thought that for $88 it was a great deal on a Coolpix, but it seems to be a cheap-o edition produced just to supply the masses with a Nikon camera in their Black Friday quest to get good deals. It is very easy to use, but it takes pictures which are either blurry or which just don’t look as crisp as the images I’m used to getting. If you just bought this camera, I’d recommend packing it back up in the box and…

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