Nikon Coolpix S6200
Released August, 2011
The Pros:Compact enough to fit in a purse or jacket pocket. Auto-focus finds the subject right away, real fast. Low light pictures still yield a fair amount of detail.
The Coolpix S6200 is a compact digital camera from Nikon that offers a step-down from the company's Coolpix S8200 model. Available in six different color options for users of all types, this model is fitted with a powerful 10x optical zoom with 16-megapixel rendering for high-quality picture and video production.
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Nikon's NIKKOR ED 25mm glass lens is included for achieve wide angle shots within a small enclosure, providing users with the functionality of a dedicated 35mm SLR lens. Four different processing technologies help to provide optimal-quality shots in both daytime and nighttime settings, including VR image stabilization, enhanced Motion Detection, flash control and ISO 3200 capabilities. A wide variety of "Special" and Filter" effects are built into the camera for instant editing purposes, including "Soft", "Low Key", "High Key" and "Sepia" as well as cross-screen, selective color and classic fisheye modes. The EXPEED C2 processing engine works to apply these effects as fast as possible, allowing users to quickly preview a certain filter or lens adjustment right from the camera's 2.7-inch TFT LCD display. 18 pre-configured scene modes are included to suit a wide variety of common environments, as well as a "Smart Portrait" system for automatically adjusting settings for a given subject.
- Available in Black, Pink, Blue, Red, White and Silver color options
- 16-megapixel design
- 10x optical zoom
- 74MB internal memory
- Built-in Special and Filter effects
- EXPEED C2 image processing engine
- Scene auto-selector
- 18 optimized scene modes
- USB 2.0 connectivity
User Reviews (1)
compact enough to fit in a purse or jacket pocket
auto-focus finds the subject right away, real fast
low light pictures still yield a fair amount of detail
lag time is minimal, good for candid shots
zoom range is fairly good, adequate for most indoor situations
easy to use right away, can just pick it up and go with no real learning curve
image stabilization does a great job, more than accounts for hand shake
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