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Nikon COOLPIX P330 12.2 MP Digital Camera with 5x Zoom (White)

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  • 1/1.7 image sensor
  • F/1.8 lens
  • Wi-Fi capable with WU-1a adapter (not included)
  • 1080p HD video with stereo sound
  • RAW (NRW) capability
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Technical Details

Color: White
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Product Details

Color: White
  • Product Dimensions: 4.1 x 1.3 x 2.3 inches ; 7 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00BOZCU08
  • Item model number: 26415
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (89 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,650 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 3, 2013

Product Description

Color: White

From the Manufacturer



Nikon COOLPIX P330 shot of a man with the camera and mountains in the background

Pocket-sized performance that's anything but small.
Proving that looks can be deceiving, the streamlined COOLPIX P330 offers the outstanding image quality, low-light capabilities and cutting-edge technology of a COOLPIX Advanced Performance camera in a highly portable design. Comfortably bring it everywhere and create photos and videos you'll cherish for a lifetime. Make your friends and family look great against softly blurred backgrounds. Reveal the warm ambience of a low-light scene around the dinner table. Capture a fleeting moment as a dazzling Full HD 1080p video. You can even share your wonderful shots immediately—and take pictures remotely—with Nikon's optional Wi-Fi accessory and a compatible smartphone or tablet*. For those seeking exceptional performance in a sleek, small camera, the COOLPIX P330 delivers.






Nikon COOLPIX P330 offers superior low-light performance

Superior low-light performance

High-performance CMOS image sensor lets you shoot without a flash

Imagine being able to shoot without a flash at weddings, concerts, parties—anywhere your flash normally fires. You won't have to interrupt a moment to capture it, and your photos and HD videos will look more natural and true to your memory. The COOLPIX P330 performs so well in low light situations that, in most cases, using the flash is optional. Of course, when the lighting is extremely poor and you need a flash, it'll be there.

Nikon COOLPIX P330 photo of boats in a marina and WU-1a showing wireless compatibiltiy

Anytime Anywhere Sharing

The WU-1a wireless mobile adapter lets you share to a compatible smartphone or tablet

Use your compatible smartphone or tablet to instantly upload your shots to the web or email them to a friend. Or, remotely control the COOLPIX P330—see what the camera sees from your smartphone or tablet and fire off shots! Connect the optional WU-1a Wireless Mobile Adapter and wirelessly transfer photos to your smartphone, tablet or any compatible Wi-Fi enabled device.

Nikon COOLPIX P330 shoots dazzling Full HD videos, photo of a man and woman dancing

Record superior videos

1080p Full HD videos with stereo sound for dazzling movies

If you want a compact camera that shoots stunning Full HD videos, the COOLPIX P330 delivers. 1080p Full HD means exceptional video quality. Record the action, then use an optional HDMI cable to connect to an HDTV and watch your videos come alive. A built-in mic records high-quality audio in stereo. Your videos will look and sound phenomenal.



Nikon COOLPIX P330 photo of a harbor in low-light

Take control of your vision

Full manual control and RAW (NEF) capability for additional flexibility

The COOLPIX P330 takes exceptional images on its own, but when you want to take control, you can. Select from Program, Shutter Priority, Aperture Priority or Manual mode and bring your vision to life. For those who want to record the purest, unmodified versions of their photos, the COOLPIX P330 can record in RAW (NRW) mode.



Premium Accessories

Nikon WU-1a Wireless Mobile Adapter
WU-1a Wireless Mobile Adapter
Using the WU-1a optional wireless mobile adapter you can now automatically send great images to your smartphone and even use your smartphone to remotely capture images from your P330. With an easy to use app, now when you can't wait to share that great shot you don't have to. Share it to your smartphone in a instant.
Nikon EN-EL12 Rechargeable Li-ion Battery
EN-EL12 Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery
The EN-EL12 is a rechargeable Li-ion battery providing 3.7v and 1050 mAh of power to select Nikon COOLPIX digital cameras.

Product Description

1/1.7 image sensor F/1.8 lens Wi-Fi capable with WU-1a adapter (not included) 1080p HD video with stereo sound RAW (NRW) capability

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The picture is excellent!! F1.8 aperture is very useful to take picture in the dark environment! Read more ›
It met all my requirements. The pictures were excellent. I had no issues with using buttons rather than a touch screen - in fact that is my preference. Read more ›
That being said, I am very satisfied with this camera. Image quality is excellent, particularly in low light situations. Menus are a bit quirky, and the on-off switch… Read more ›
I do wish this had a touch screen like the S110 has as…That being said, the image quality is amazing for a point and shoot and definitely worth the minor issues for me. I… Read more ›
For about half the price of the Sony it does an excellent job. Image quality is sharp. The litmus test is low light with no flash and it still excels. Read more ›
Pro: small and takes pretty good picture. Con: Camera broke after nine months. Read more ›
Further, the P330 is the only pocket digital camera that makes…Sure, the auto features are superb, but every serious photographer has to resort to manual now and then. Read more ›
Almost as close as my DSLR. Ample shot configuration via auto presets as well as some options. Would have loved to have a bigger display screen, or one with swiveling… Read more ›
I am very pleased. Very nice features and programs for a pocket camera. The software is very user friendly. Read more ›
There are also manual modes and a interval timer…The quickest setting for the interval is only 30 seconds (would have liked a 15 second option) but that is not that bad. Read more ›
Wow what an amazing camera, it is a small P7700 (that I also have) it can go into your shirt or pants pocket, it is full of advanced features including RAW, HDR, Read more ›
- FN button operation was unintuitive to me. I am used to designating its function in the menu and then just using that function with it. But FN actually lets you pick a… Read more ›
easy to use -good for its size - motion pictures so so Read more ›
Also after about six months of use we found no serious problems. It is convenient and easy to use for a non-professional. Read more ›
Look and size are great for the quality and options. Takes beautiful photo's and super easy to use. I have always used a Canon Powershot, but the transition was seamless. Read more ›
Many features such as panorama view in 180 and 360, pet shots, special low light settings, and easy to use buttons. Read more ›
It was a good price so I bought it. It takes a little time to learn about the choices and setting up but then it's easy to use. I love my camera. Read more ›
In short, there is a certain degree of…The P330 falls short here, rather severely, and that compromises what could otherwise be an excellent camera for advanced users. Read more ›
Handles and feels awesome. Look and size are great for the quality and options. Takes beautiful photo's and super easy to use. Read more ›
I really waned to like this camera. The specs seem to be just right, the white color is definitely attractive and the size is perfect. A few years back I purchased a Fuji… Read more ›
Very easy to use and takes professional photos. I like to take my camera everywhere and this is the perfect size. It's a great first camera to explore with before investing… Read more ›
I love this camera..my favorite is the 1.8 aperture...I captured some awesome night pics in Bora Bora!! Great weight and size..just all around good point and shoot. Coolpix'… Read more ›
- Great size - pocketable, but not too small that it becomes unusable. - Comfortable to hold Read more ›
Does what a basic little point and shoot should. Good size. Great picture quality. Read more ›
The close up shots alone justify the cost of this compact camera. The lens is very fast w/ F1.8 at 24mm for indoor shots without flash. The dials and menus all work very well. Read more ›
- The combination of exceptionally bright lens for a compact camera (f/1.8 at the wide end), and a larger sensor than usual, means that this camera has significantly more… Read more ›
To sum up, to get photos that look close to a large sensor DSLR…Unfortunately, the corners of the P330 photos will never be as sharp as what a good DSLR lens will give you. Read more ›
It would go for 1 to 3 stops smaller aperture and would therefore need to up the exposure time and/or ISO. What good is a fast lens when camera doesn't use it? Zoom… Read more ›
Although the latter has a solution in form of a foldable lens cap that can be obtained for ~$10. Fantastic Leica lens as well. There was even a recent sale of this camera… Read more ›
- Relatively fast lens (good low light performance). f/1.8 at the wide end, similar to the rx100 in aperture. Read more ›
So I sold that and went for this. Build is good and Optional Wifi is a plus. Image seem very good. Read more ›
I really liked the way the panorama mode worked, and having the ability to record movies as well…The build construction is very good, and I have not experienced any issues. Read more ›
The build quality is also excellent - This seems as if it will be a very durable camera. I have to say that adding the textured surface to the lens "barrel" was a nasty… Read more ›
Only thing I would trade is GPS for a function ring on the front. Build quality is fantastic. Overall, especially for the price and compactness, a great pocket camera. Read more ›
Auto mode does the job and takes great pics. No blurry issues, fast response time, good enough build quality. Would recommend for average user. Read more ›
This camera…Some don't like the finish or material feel, but I'd like to push back and say that the whole body of the camera is well designed and feels quite solidly built. Read more ›
The P330 is great in many ways. The video is outstanding. Unlike her older pocket cam, the P330 locks onto focus and holds it as the scene changes. Read more ›
I currently have a 64 gb card in it and the camera has been serving me well. Takes good video also. Read more ›
However, the video is fan-freakin-tastic, and the stereo audio (from on-camera mic, of all things) is even better. Shockingly good video and audio. Puts everything as… Read more ›
* Excellent optical quality (slightly better than Canon S110), though not a quantum leap compared to Canon A620 and not quite like Nikon P7700 * Good quality video Read more ›
The FN button is theoretically interesting, but is thwarted by slowness. It was not immediately apparent how to remap it, which is done through the FN menu itself. Read more ›
A few things that should be quickly…You can assign the function button to control the ISO setting, but then you need to dig into the menu to change white balance. Nikon… Read more ›
The camera is solid and has a nice heft to it. The assignable function button is a nice feature as well as a dedicated wheel on the top of the camera for adjusting settings. P… Read more ›
The menu is laid out quite nicely. The Function Button on the front of the camera is a handy and welcome addition. Whether shooting in full auto mode, straight manual or… Read more ›
The controls are well laid out and well marked. The 3 inch screen is bright and sharp. Everything exudes quality. Read more ›
- The screen is nice and bright. Read more ›
The logic is good, and it just plain works. The display is bright and can be seen under sunny conditions when used. The buttons and dials deliver a satisfying click-feedback. Read more ›
I have had this cam about 10 days, my gf…I wanted it for the larger than average sensor, 1.8 lens, pocketable size, RAW capability, macro capability, and decent price. O… Read more ›
It was number one on the list. It was a good price so I bought it. It takes a little time to learn about the choices and setting up but then it's easy to use. Read more ›
In the end, in this segment people are in it for the compactness & picture quality. I think this camera delivers great value for the price. Read more ›
-It takes a clearer photo and has much less background noise for portrait type stills than the Panasonic Lumix point &…-The flash is a quick flip, rather than a setting. Read more ›
Nikon has long been known for great Flash implementations. I feel the Flash provided is great. And I have achieved great results with it. Read more ›
- Flash. Nikon has long been known for great Flash implementations. I feel the Flash provided is great. Read more ›
I give this camera 5 stars because it's compact, easy to carry and takes amazing pictures at night. Does everything I expect and more! Read more ›
i just love it! light, easy to carry around and pictures are just great. satisfied. Read more ›

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

127 of 133 people found the following review helpful By Chris Newman on April 2, 2013
Color Name: White
Just a few thoughts after a week of limited use.

I wanted a point & shoot camera that would fit in my pocket to carry at all times. I am a pro photographer but don't want always to be hauling a bag of heavy DSLR's around. But the camera had to have the following:-

1. Small and well made.
2. 24mm equivalent lens at the short end. Didn't care much about the tele end so 120mm was more than enough for my needs.
3. Need WiFi connection so could fire and view what camera was seeing from my cell phone or tablet.
4. Needed RAW file format.
5. GPS nice addition but not the most important thing for me - I could live without it.

Well the P330 has all the above and I can tell you that can be hard to find in a small point and shoot (I consider the Canon G15 too big and besides I have a G11).

Noise levels seem low at 400 ASA I have not tested at higher ISO's but hardly ever use them. In Photoshop CS6 the noise in a blue sky looked good and with noise reduction applied it then just about disappeared. I have the noise set to LOW in the camera as didn't want to softern the image - although that may not happen with this camera. There is a LOW, MEDIUM and HIGH setting for noise.

I found setting the aperture hard to figure out as I kept mis-reading the book. In Apperture Priority or Manual the aperture is set by turning the 4 way controler on the back of the camera and I was pressing different sides of this wheel.

The ON/OFF button is flush with the top of the camera body so it is best to turn on or off the camera by using a finger nail tip rather than the pad of the finger. It is designed this way (I guess) to stop the camera being accidently turned on or off during use.
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95 of 101 people found the following review helpful By The Noise on April 12, 2013
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
This is going to be a long review but before I start, I don't want to scare anyone.. this camera is not hard to use, anyone could use it.

However, I want to emphasize how this camera could satisfy a most hard core photographer among us, even those who shoot in manual and RAW modes.

This review is from a photography enthusiast. I am a hobbyist, not a pro, but I am serious about my hobby. I own cameras like the Nikon D600, D5100, Olympus m4/3 system and their excellent e-pm2. I've owned Canon DSLRs and SLRs, even their tiny ELPH 300, I've started with photography in early 90s, with a 35mm Nikon FM2 camera.

Let's start with the reason why anyone serious about photography would buy this camera. The word is: size. If you're looking for image quality, value, control, feel.. DSLRs, m4/3 cameras have that. But what they all lack is the ability for you to put the camera in a pocket and always have it on you. But would it be possible to still retain some of the control "big" cameras offer even in a tiny pocketable point and shoot camera?

I started my search for an advanced point and shoot few months back and everything led me to the Sony's excellent rx100. But something kept me from pulling the trigger and getting it. Maybe it was the $650 price tag. And it's not that I couldn't afford it, but I wanted something I wouldn't have to baby. If I dropped it, I wouldn't be too upset about it. Something in a small package that could give near enough decent pictures bigger cameras can produce and give me the control that I want.

I have not considered many Canon options, just because I am not a fan of the Canon UIs. I have owned multiple Canons in my life and they were all fine cameras, it's just not my preference.
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49 of 51 people found the following review helpful By P. Ramsey on April 9, 2013
Color Name: White Verified Purchase
April 9, 2013 - I will update this review as I continue to use this camera. Here are my initial reactions.

I debated the Canon S110 and Nikon P7700 but ultimately decided to choose the P330 due to its size and positive leaning initial reviews/previews. This camera is constructed well. Some don't like the finish or material feel, but I'd like to push back and say that the whole body of the camera is well designed and feels quite solidly built. My only gripe is the battery door, but I'm willing to bet that Nikon ensured that it would survive most situations thrown at it. I like that the camera is simply a box, it looks like a camera with no frills, no gimmicks. It functions like this as well.

Nikon menus are familiar to me and they are well appreciated when it comes to basic electronic usage/knowledge. The logic is good, and it just plain works. The display is bright and can be seen under sunny conditions when used. The buttons and dials deliver a satisfying click-feedback. The rubber grips on the front/back provide a lot of comfort and confidence for one handed shooting. This camera is a lot smaller than what I expected, and that's a great thing because that's why I bought it!

Auto-mode seems well acquainted for people and landscape shots in decent lighting. Go in close and try macro out, you'll need to help it by setting the auto-focus to close shooting. Immediately, the camera will become a macro master in this mode. The burst mode is fast and quite impressive. My overall impression of the speed is very good considering the size of the camera. I remember when point and shoots simply couldn't take decent pictures due to their shutter speed (or lack of). You can select a shutter speed that exceeds any allowance of light entrance, to me, that's impressive.
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