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Nikon COOLPIX S9200 16 MP CMOS Digital Camera with 18x Zoom NIKKOR ED Glass Lens and Full HD 1080p Video (Black) (OLD MODEL)
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- 16.0 Megapixel CMOS sensor
- 18x Zoom-NIKKOR ED lens
- 3-inch Ultra-high resolution LCD display
- Full HD (1080p) Movies with Stereo Sound
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|Screen Size||3 in||3 in||2.7 in||3 in||2.7 in||3 in|
|Item Dimensions||1.22 x 4.29 x 2.44 in||1.06 x 3.9 x 2.36 in||2.13 x 1.97 x 0.87 in||1.57 x 4.41 x 2.6 in||2.34 x 3.8 x 1.14 in||3.62 x 6.77 x 5.2 in|
|Item Weight||7.52 ounces||5.76 ounces||4.48 ounces||0.64 lb||5.7 ounces||1.35 lbs|
|Optical Sensor Resolution||—||16 megapixels||—||16 megapixels||—||20 megapixels|
|Video Capture Resolution||1920 x 1080 (30fps), 1280 x 720p (30 fps), 640 x 480 (30fps)||1920 x 1080 (60i, 50i, 30p, 25p), 1280 x 720 (30p, 25p), 640 x 480 (30p, 25p)||1280 x 720 (30 fps), 640 x 480 (30 fps)||1920 x 1080 (60i, 50i, 30p, 25p), 1280 x 720 (30p, 25p), 640 x 480 (30p, 25p)||720p||4k|
|Viewfinder||None||None||None||None||fixed LCD||flexible LCD|
Power and portability blend perfectly into the Nikon COOLPIX S9200. This digital camera features 16MP backside-illuminated CMOS, 18x wide-angle optical zoom lens, VR image stabilization, Full HD (1080p) video, 3.0-inch LCD, Easy Panorama Mode, 7 fps shooting, Backlight HDR Mode, ISO sensitivity up to 3200, Smart Portrait System, and more! What's in the box? MH-65 Battery Charger; AN-CP19 Strap, UC-E6 USB Cable, EG-CP16 Audio Video Cable, EN-EL12 Rechargeable Li-ion Battery, EH-69P AC Adapter/Charger, Nikon View NX 2 CD-ROM
From the Manufacturer
Incredible reach and versatility
18x optical Zoom-NIKKOR ED glass lens
Explore new horizons with a far-reaching 18x zoom. Zoom in to create a colorful still life display of trinkets and charms inside a covered market, then zoom out and frame a stunning wide-angle sunset. The S9200 boasts an 18x optical Zoom-NIKKOR ED glass lens (25–450mm) with optical VR Image Stabilization, which minimizes the chance of blur when shooting photos and movies.
Superb low-light shooting
High-resolution 16.0 MP CMOS sensor
The S9200's 16.0 megapixel CMOS sensor expertly manages high-resolution imagery, delivering the exceptional image quality you expect from Nikon. Even when shooting in low light, the photos and movies you create will be so vibrant, they'll transport you back to the instant they were created. Nikon's backside-illuminated CMOS sensor technology increases the flow of light to the sensor's surface, thereby yielding improved image quality and reduced noise.
Memories in motion
Full HD (1080p) movies with 18x zoom, continuous autofocus and stereo sound
Recall the sights and sounds of the nightlife in Cancun or the unique mood of a rain forest. With a single touch of a button, record Full HD (1080p) movies with stereo sound. Continuous autofocus keeps your moving subject in focus, and the S9200's full 18x optical zoom range with two-speed control is available during movie recording. Vary the mood by adding in-camera Special Effects, or capture slow- or fast-motion movies. Then watch your movies on an HDTV via the built-in HDMI port.
Add your personal touch
Get creative with in-camera effects
Add your personal touch to everything you capture. Apply in-camera special effects such as Low Key, High Key, Nostalgic Sepia, even Selective Color, and put a little variety into images and movies. Bring new creative looks to still images by applying a filter effect like Fisheye or Miniature. The best part: you can instantly share your creations with fellow travelers as they gather around the S9200's large, high-resolution 3.0-inch LCD monitor.
Panoramas at the touch of a button
Easy Panorama Mode for stunning panoramic photos
Creating expansive panoramic photos has never been easier. Easy Panorama Mode combines multiple shots into a seamless 180° or 360° panoramic image. Begin by focusing on your starting point, then start panning across the scene. Once the S9200 detects your direction, the shooting starts and the images begin stitching together in-camera.
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The autofocus seems to work well, but once I download my pictures, they are not always clear. They appear clear in the view window when I take the picture, but the end result is not always what I expected. Likewise, the selector dial on the camera is easily rotated, even when I do not want to change the setting. It is as if the dial gets bumped or adjusted when I return my camera to my pocket or to its case. The flash settings also seem to get changed without my knowing. I set the flash to automatic, take some shots then return the camera to the case. When I ready for my next shot, the flash is on a setting other than automatic. These issues are annoying (though by themselves are not necessarily a dealbreaker). I realize I likely am part of the reason for my problems, but my old Olympus point and shoot never gave me these problems. Perhaps Nikon's desire to have multiple features is also part of the problem. In their attempt to make this camera user friendly, they overlooked the fact that not every user will be proficient in all aspects of its use.
On the positive side, the pictures that are in focus are great. Many of my pictures are of a work related nature (building mechanical equipment, roofs, driveways, etc.) so I'm not talking about missing out on the perfect "Kodak moment," but I do rely on my camera to capture a picture so I do not have to write the thousand words I'd otherwise need to write. The zoom lens is very powerful, though maximum zoom requires either a tripod or a very stable hand, and the pixel settings allow for well defined detail shots. The GPS helps remind me where I was when I took the picture.
I do not regret buying this camera. Afterall, it was the only camera that had all of the features I was looking for in a point and shoot. I just think that Nikon could have done a better job in constructing the camera so to avoid these bothersome issues. It is a comfortable camera to bring along on any type of outing. For these reasons I say this is a good camera, just not a great camera. My old Olympus lasted me eleven years before a mysterious hole developed in my viewfinder and I could no longer load the software on new computers. I wonder how long the Nikon S9300 will last.
Took a few pictures while I'm at it, works fine.
at $123.45 is darn cheap for a Nikon.
pretty small to think it can do 18x zoom.
Fast shutter speed.
is weird can only charge with the Nikon charger and not with other USB chargers. Thinks it was connected to the computer, then later shows the battery is depleted when connected to my iPad charger!
needs screen protector for this one, too many finger prints after a short photo shoot.
is at a weird place, first thought it didn't come with one, second thought I can manually pop it out, third only comes out when it wants to, and that makes a little weird when you are holding it.
Takes 3 hours 50min to full charge.
can only do 29m of video at one time. Tried both 32gb and 64gb flash card and both shows 29m for video.
which is no problem unless you tried to filming some live shows.
no reason to get 9300 unless GPS is your thing.
Being a hobbyist photographer, I myself own a Nikon D7000 with a couple of lenses which I use every time I try my hands on photography. Wanted to buy an easy to use point-and-shoot for a friend. Being a Nikon fan for life, my work on selecting the manufacturer was cut short. Now, all I had to choose was a model with decent resolution (above 8MP), good optical zoom and the capacity to use Li-Ion battery (I hate the cameras which use AA batteries!!!). This helped me zero down on a few available Nikon cameras.
Finally I decided to but the S9200 and it was available at a good discount (49% when I bought it and its 59% now !!!!). Before handing it over to a friend, I tried my hands on it to make sure I got the right product. This camera didn't disappoint me at all. With its CMOS sensor, the clarity of the pictures is unmatched and 16MP gives you pictures which will not pixelate even if you zoom in to its limits. As I said my favorite feature on the camera in its 18X optical zoom, meaning you can take macro shots of flowers (my favorite subjects while shooting with DSLR) with ease. This also comes in handy when you want to take shots of animals/birds/butterflies from a distant so that you don't disturb/scare them. 1080p HD movie is ideal to shoot any live scene (although that's not my favorite thing), but can be used with ease during any function and party. You see the effect of 1080p when you watch it on a PC or TV monitor. Although not very important, the high resolution screen shows you the images at awesome clarity.
Two additional features I liked were the in-camera editing and panorama. With the in camera edit, you can add various effects to your photos and make them more appealing even before you copy them to your computer. I did use "Easy Panorama Mode" to make a panorama and was surprised to see the camera itself stitched all the images and I didn't need any post processing using third-party software !! This is something which many people would love to experiment with. A few other features worth mentioning are the Nikon's innovative VR image stabilization, 7 fps continuous shooting and considerably long battery life.
A few people have listed endless number of issues with this camera. My point is that if you have all these problems, why not buy a DSLR instead of point and shoot. At this price, one cannot ask for features which are available in a DSLR camera. Another user complains that it is difficult to hold the camera still when you are zoomed out at 18x. Isn't that a practical problem???? You will have this with any point-and-shoot, because of its small size. I would suggest to use a tripod in such cases, instead of blaming camera which offers something which human beings can handle !!! A few other complaints by various users just make me laugh. It seems that they have mentioned those issues just for the sake of mentioning!! I feel that this camera provides you more than enough features for a starter or casual shooter at a reasonable price. I am happy that I got this (and my friend is also happily using it).
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I bought this to compensate/replace the broken one for my customer.
So far, there is only positive compliments about this camera. Thank you.
-Very high quality
-Nice zoom for a small camera
-Price is...Read more