Nikon COOLPIX S6100 16 MP Digital Camera with 7x NIKKOR Wide-Angle Optical Zoom Lens – Product Description:
Nikon Coolpix S6100 Key Features
Finally, a camera you can take everywhere you go. The Coolpix S6100 digital camera is small enough to fit in a purse, pocket, or glove compartment—and powerful enough to capture landscapes, close ups, and portraits. This compact camera has a 16.0-megapixel CCD sensor that captures sharp, stunning images—along with a 7x wide-angle optical Zoom-NIKKOR ED glass lens that boasts a 28-196mm optical zoom to get close to the action. It’s ideal for day trips, weekend getaways, and last minute outings.
Touch the screen. Get the shot. Share the smiles.
The Coolpix S6100 is ready to shoot whenever you are. Just take it out of your pocket and frame your photo or movie in the three-inch high resolution 460,000-dot touch monitor. Then touch the screen to adjust, focus, and shoot. It’s that simple. The Coolpix S6100 includes in-camera Picture Editing, so you have access to Nikon technologies like Quick Retouch, Active D-Lighting, Soft Focus, and many others. This camera even tracks moving subjects, automatically keeping them in focus and minimizing motion blur. And the screen’s brightness control and anti-glare coating make it easy to compose, view, and share your photos—you can even watch them in a slide show, complete with music.
One-touch HD movie recording
When a still picture doesn’t tell the whole story, turn your Coolpix S6100 into a movie camera with the push of a single button. Instantly you’ll have HD 720p movies, complete with stereo sound. And you won’t miss a thing because you can zoom out to capture broad landscapes or pull in for tight shots and close ups. Better still, watching and sharing your movies couldn’t be easier, since the Coolpix S6100 has an
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Nikon COOLPIX S6100 16 MP Digital Camera with 7x NIKKOR Wide-Angle Optical Zoom Lens – Review:
GREAT SMALL CAMERA LOADED WITH FEATURES!
This is a great little camera with alot of fun features. I had a hard time deciding between the s8100 and the s6100 because the s8100 takes faster pictures, 1080 video, a better sensor, and bigger zoom.The features listed below are the reasons I chose the s6100.
Touch screen–can use your finger but it can be a little tricky to move it just right. It does come with a stylus that allows you to move through the screens quickly. Makes it very easy to get through the menus. The menu on the left has the options for flash, self-timer, macro, and exposure compensation. The menu on the bottom has the options for touch shutter, image mode, movie options, and settings. The battery levels are always displayed in the left hand corner so there is no guessing how much battery is left. Above that the scene mode is displayed.
Scene selection–There are 19 scenes to choose from plus the scene auto selector. When you push the scene button and all 20 options are listed there is a question mark box in the upper right hand corner that will explain the different modes to help you choose the right one.
Filter Effects–It has the ability to draw or write on photos, add decorations, cross screen, fish eye, selective color, black and white, sepia. I have messed around with a few of these features, I will try to upload a few pictures. It also has glamour retouch and skin softening.
Playback button–Has options to star a photo as favorite, delete, slide show, protect, print, draw, retouch, voice record, and settings.
Charger–This camera can charge through your computer or it also has an adapter much like most cell phones now do so you can use the USB cord to charge using an outlet. There is a light on the back that flashes to let you know it is charging.
The dedicated movie button makes it very simple to record videos. Unlike the 8100, you cannot take a photo while you are recording with the 6100.
From the opinion of a hobby photographer, I think there are alot of features nicely packaged into this pocket-sized camera.