We're pleased to see that Nikon is sticking with a 1/2.3" size sensor with their budget models, instead of shrinking it down to hit the right price point. What you will sacrifice for this price is speed, with just a 1.1 fps burst mode, though the maximum shutter speed is about average for the category. Again, video quality is reduced too. But, for the $120 budget price tag, the Coolpix L30 should get some decent images. It includes an ergonomic grip instead of trying to fit in a pocket (we don't recommend storing cameras in pockets anyways). The interface is designed to be a bit simpler, with a large screen for easier reading. If you can swing a bit more cash, the S5300 and S6800 are faster options, but the L30 is a nice option if you just can't go any higher.