The Coolpix S6150's Nikkor lens focuses down to 50cm, while the Macro close-up mode allows you to move as close as 3cm.
Auto white balance is pretty reliable, although it has stripped some of the warmth from this scene. You'll still need to hit the presets for more consistent results.
Fringing creeps in along high-contrast edges, such as on the window framework towards the edges of the frame.
You can't change the metering pattern, but you can lock the exposure and focus together with a Touch AF/AE touchscreen option for more precise readings in tricky lighting.
A fixed range auto ISO setting enables you to choose the automatic ISO adjustment from two ranges: ISO 80-400 or ISO 80-800. This means you can make the most of the lower sensitivities while still maintaining the flexibility that automatic selection offers.
There's a typical range of post-shoot creative filters you can apply, including the familiar fisheye and miniature effects, as seen here.
Zoom at 5mm (28mm equivalent)
Zoom at 35mm (196mm equivalent)