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2100 – Quick Review

November 15th, 2003

Just a few quick observations regarding the 2100 since I’ve only had it a day and I’m pressed for time:

It starts up quite quickly.

It doesn’t have a lens cap, which is one less thing to fiddle around with.

It’s very small.

It has a really cool spring-loaded on/off switch that isn’t like the other Coolpixs.

The menus are completely different than the other Coolpix cameras I’ve used.

The only complaint I have so far: It seems as though the camera doesn’t remember if you’ve turned flash off if you switch between modes. I mistakenly took flash photos more than once because I had set flash to off and then it reset to default which is on if light is low.

Oh yea, and the blinking hand in the corner is rather annoying. I realize it’s to warn that the light is too low, but it’s still annoying.

Other than that, it’s all good.

Size Comparison

2100 vs 5700 // 2100 vs 885

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  1. Patti
    November 16th, 2003 at 10:50 | #1

    Are you satisfied with the quality of pictures taken with the 2100? I’d love to see a couple of comparison shots taken with both the 2100 & the 5700 just to get an idea (if it’s not too much trouble for you). Thanks Nicole!

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