Nikon Coolpix P330 finally brings larger sensor size to the P-series

Pocket-Lint: Nikon's often sat a little behind in the high-end compact camera stakes, but the latest Nikon Coolpix P330 looks to redress the balance. This latest "performance" model comes equipped with a 1/1.7-inch sensor, finally upping the physical sensor size in the P-series for the first time.

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TechRadar - Nikon Coolpix P330 review

TechRadar - More and more premium compact cameras are emerging into a market which is generally otherwise in decline. Boosted by a range of advanced specifications, these kind of cameras appeal to experienced users, or those looking for a backup compact for everyday usage.

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Pocket-Lint: Nikon Coolpix P330 pictures and hands-on

Pocket-Lint: Nikon Coolpix is all change. Not only have we seen and played with the new Nikon Coolpix A - the company's first APS-C sensor compact camera - we've also had our mitts on the latest high-end consumer compact, the Nikon Coolpix P330.

This update to the P310 might look rather similar to its predecessor at first glance, but Nikon has finally managed to squeeze in a larger sensor size to a body that's barely any bigger than before. Yup, the P330 pinches the very same 1/1.7-inch sensor as found in the Nikon Coolpix P7700.

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Engadget - Nikon Coolpix P330 Preview

Engadget - Caution Coolpix P310 owners: Nikon's latest point-and-shoot announcement may cause you to weep. The P330, as this year's flavor is to be called, offers a handful of upgrades over its predecessor, which launched in February of 2012. First, there's a new larger sensor on board, with 1/1.7 of an inch to work with, compared to 1/2.3 of an inch on last year's flavor. It'll also snap lower-resolution images, which may sound like a step backwards, but the 12.2-megapixel chip should offer superior image quality, along with a sensitivity range of ISO 80 through 12,800.

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