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Nikon Coolpix S4000

Nikon Coolpix S4000

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Review A touchscreen camera for just £120? Well, if it was a dodgy brand you’d never heard of, you might not be surprised, but no one would describe Nikon in such terms.

Nikon Coolpix S4000

According to retailers selling the Coolpix S4000, it’s going for half the suggested retail price, which either means Christmas has come early or they have a turkey on their hands.

In fact, the S4000 is not a bad little camera, although it does have its foibles. It’s very compact and light, and the button count is kept to a minimum. The 3in screen is pretty sharp and quite clear in sunlight.

However, it is a little cluttered with icons, although you can remove most of them. The touchscreen is highly responsive and the menu system is good, with go-back and exit icons on offer.

Nikon Coolpix S4000

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