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Nikon Coolpix S6200

$230.00 Released August, 2011

Product Shot 1 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 

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    compact enough to fit in a purse or jacket pocket

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    auto-focus finds the subject right away, real fast

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    low light pictures still yield a fair amount of detail

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    lag time is minimal, good for candid shots

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    zoom range is fairly good, adequate for most indoor situations

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    easy to use right away, can just pick it up and go with no real learning curve

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    image stabilization does a great job, more than accounts for hand shake


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