Moving from Kyocera Finecam SL400R to Nikon Coolpix S4

The battery on my digital camera does not last all that long.  I really like the camera. I bought it a few years ago so that I could take it everywhere in Japan. It is a Kyocera Finecam SL400R.  It is pocket sized and can flip around to take pictures at different angles or even pictures of myself.  The camera resolution is 4 megapixels. Here is a picture of my old camera.

I priced a new battery and they cost $100 so I decided just to get a new camera. I bought the Nikon Coolpix S4. It is a swivel camera like my current one. The main downside is its larger size.  I hope it fits comfortably in my pocket. It is 6 MP and it has a better lens and zoom than my Kyocera. It also came on the recommendation of Richard. I also am a fan of Nikon cameras.  It was supposed to arrive yesterday but I tracked it to the Westlake UPS office. I am waiting for it to arrive today. I want to snap a few pictures with it.

Here is a picture of it.  You can easily see the similarities.



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