Nikon S3300 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 S3300 Camera Reviews Roundup

Photography BLOG - Dec 09 2012
"The Nikon Coolpix S3300 is a decent little camera suitable for the point and shooter. It's designed to do everything for you and that's exactly what it does. However, if you know how to use the ISO etc, then it's there for you. The camera is very easy to use and we had no problems shooting except in the dark because the icons on the back have no contrasting..." More »
80out of 100
ePhotoZine - May 16 2012
"Portraits have good skin-tones and are free of red-eye when using the flash. Landscape mode has struggled under fairly cloudy conditions, there are also example images using pet and sport scene modes. Images are well exposed with good colour reproduction, but detail is pretty poor, especially in the corners of the images. There is also quite a lot of purple..." More »
60out of 100
Digital Camera Info - Apr 25 2012
"The Coolpix S3300 isn't a great camera, even for only $140. The cheap lens produces some of the most distracting chromatic aberration we've seen, and overall resolution is poor as a result. Shot to shot speed is also quite slow, ruling out action or sports photography, and noise reduction is highly destructive above the minimum ISO. We will admit this camer..." More »
62out of 100
DPI - Mar 28 2012
"The Nikon Coolpix S3300 produces clean but overly smoothened photos at ISO 80 and 100. That means photos are free of noise but lack finer details and textures. Moving up to ISO 200, photos look a touch noisier but retain the same characteristics as the previous pictures. Expect to be able to make medium sized prints and display out of photos produced by the..." More »
Not Rated

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