March 5th 2013 7:54 am

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CNET AU says:

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The P330 delivers good images in a pocketable, easy-to-use package, though processing times may annoy power users. quote


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Critic reviews

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    8.2
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  • Battery life
    6.0
  • Design and form factor
    7.7
  • Durability
    6.0
  • Speed (start-up time, lag)
    6.1
  • Ease of use
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8.0
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    8.0
  • Video quality
    8.0
  • Battery life
    8.0
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    8.0
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    8.0
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    6.0
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PC Mag Jul 10, 2013

The Nikon Coolpix P330 pocket camera is capable of producing some truly outstanding images, but may be too slow for some shooters.

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8.0
Pocket-Lint Apr 2, 2013

As it stands we like where the P330 has steered the series, but while it steps things up it's not leaps ahead in all the departments it should be. Good for the price, but short of the greatness we'd initially anticipated.

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8.0
CNET AU Apr 8, 2013

The P330 delivers good images in a pocketable, easy-to-use package, though processing times may annoy power users.

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8.0
TechRadar Apr 29, 2013

If you want something simple and unobtrusive and are already a Nikon owner, this should certainly be one for consideration.

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7.0
TrustedReviews Jun 18, 2013

The P330 is an attractive enthusiast compact packed full of features, but it’s let down by poor Raw write and operational speeds.

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9.0
ePHOTOzine Mar 22, 2013

The relatively low price for this camera, which is likely to drop over time makes this camera an appealing option, particularly as it's capable of delivering good image quality and low noise in a compact package.

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9.0
Photography Blog Apr 23, 2013

The price may have gone up slightly in comparison to last year's model, but the extra features and better image quality help to explain that away, and it's still quite a lot cheaper than most of its main rivals.

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First Looks

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Engadget Mar 4, 2013

The camera itself looks very similar to the P310 -- there's a nifty mode dial up top, along with a zoom toggle, control dial, power button, stereo mics and a pop-up flash. It's a solid-feeling compact, though Sony's RX100 does offer a more premium feel.

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Digital Photography Review Mar 4, 2013

Although it won't fit into the pockets of slender jeans, it's small enough to fit into a shirt or pants pocket. There's no grip to speak of, although a small ridge running vertically on the front panel and a rubberized thumb rest on the back mean that it's easy to hold firmly one-handed.

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Imaging Resource Mar 6, 2013

Unlike so many "upgraded" pocket cameras that get an increased number of megapixels crammed into their relatively tiny sensors, the Coolpix P330 stands to improve its low-light, high-ISO performance by moving clearly in the opposite direction.

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Pocket-Lint Mar 8, 2013

P7700-esque image quality in a trim body at a fair price - sounds like a definite winner to us and a sizeable leap for this particular P-series.

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TechRadar Apr 17, 2013

This is a camera that's basically an "almost there" for Nikon. While image quality is fantastic, we can think of several ways that this camera could be improved to make it even better.

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ePHOTOzine Mar 5, 2013

With a wide-angle 5x optical zoom lens, it offers a bright f/1.8 aperture at the wide end of the lens, and is equivalent to 24mm in 35mm film terms. The 12.2 megapixel back lit CMOS sensor is capable of shooting at 10fps at full resolution for 10 shots.

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