Nikon S6300 16.0 Megapixel Stylish Reviews Roundup

Nikon today announces four new digital cameras in the COOLPIX S-series lineup - Coolpix S9300, S6300, S4300 and S3300, ranging from $350 to $150 in price. The S9300 is a thin (1.5-inch body) camera with a 18x optical Zoom-NIKKOR ED glass lens (25mm-450mm) with Vibration Reduction (VR) image stabilization. It features a 16 Megapixels Backside Illuminated (BSI) CMOS sensor, Full HD (1080p) movies, and built-in GPS. The S6300 comes with a 10x optical zoom with a compact body and VR technology. It features a 16 Megapixels BSI CMOS sensor, full HD (1080p) movies, 180? and 360? Easy Panorama mode and Creative color options with effects like Low key, High key, Nostalgia Sepia, and Selective Color.

The 16.0 Megapixels S4300 features a wide-angle 6x (26mm-156mm) optical Zoom-NIKKOR glass lens, plus VR image stabilization. It comes with a 3-inch touch screen LCD, multiple Scene Modes, Nikon's Smart Portrait System with intelligent Smile Shutter function, and Face-Priority AF that can find and focus up to 12 faces. The S3300 features a 16.0 Megapixels sensor with a 6x (26mm-156mm) optical Zoom-NIKKOR glass lens. The camera has 19 Scene Modes, including the Scene Auto Selector which analyzes a scene and automatically selects from one of six scene modes. It only supports HD with 720p movie recording. The S9300 will be available for a suggested retail price of $349.95 in black, red and silver, while the S6300 will be available for $199.95 in red, black, silver and blue. The S4300 will be available for $169.95 in plum, black, silver, white and red, while the S3300 will be available for $139.95 in silver, black, pink, purple and red. All of them will be available in February 2012.

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Nikon Coolpix S6300 Camera Reviews Roundup

Digital Camera Info - Nov 15 2012
"It's probably unfair to judge a camera like the Nikon Coolpix S6300 too harshly. It's a cheap, near-disposable compact digital camera--typically around $130 from reputable online merchants, despite its $199.95 MSRP. Its optical zoom and physical controls give it an edge over even the best smartphones, and you can't really argue with the price. But the truth..." More »
76out of 100
CNET US - Sep 13 2012
"Overall photo quality from the S6300 is above average for this class of camera, suitable for prints up to 8x10 and Web use. At full size they don't look good, though, so its 16-megapixel resolution isn't a reason to buy. Though its sensitivity settings run from ISO 125 to ISO 3200, the S6300 is best used with plenty of light to keep sensitivity below ISO 40..." More »
72out of 100
Photography BLOG - Aug 28 2012
"The Nikon Coolpix S6300 is a thoroughly pleasant camera to use. It's geared for the happy snappers who want something easy and cheerful to take pictures with. This is the camera for such a task. It's not going to change the world; there's no new technology built in. The controls are laid out in a logical fashion, the features will appeal to the market it's..." More »
80out of 100
Steve's Digicam - Aug 21 2012
"The S6300's ability to work quickly shouldn't be too surprising, considering how many different high-speed continuous shooting modes it makes available. Shooting at up to 120 frames per second, even at a limited resolution, can give you some unique photography options that you typically won't find in a beginner camera. You also can shoot at a few different..." More »
Not Rated
Pocket-lint - Apr 23 2012
"The zoom range, equivalent to 25-250mm on a 35mm camera, makes the S6300 more versatile than the average compact, although not to the extent you see on slightly bulkier models like the 18x Samsung WB150F or the 20x Canon PowerShot SX240 HS. Basically, the S6300's lens means you can shoot wide angle interiors or landscapes, then zoom in for a head-and-should..." More »
70out of 100
ePhotoZine - Apr 11 2012
"Images produced by the S6300 are well exposed with decent colour reproduction. Detail is OK in the centre of the images, with very soft corners and edges, as well as purple fringing in contrasting areas. The lens as a minimum focusing distance of 10cm, this makes it difficult to get a really close-up macro shot. When viewing the ISO test charts there is a g..." More »
70out of 100

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