Nikon COOLPIX AW130 (Black)

April 8, 2015 - Comment

Make the Nikon Coolpix AW130 Shock & Waterproof Wi-Fi GPS Digital Camera part of your go-to gear and start turning those radical moments into photos and Full HD 1080p videos that amaze. Waterproof, shockproof and freezeproof. With built-in Wi-Fi and NFC, you can transfer your photos right to a compatible smartphone; and built-in GPS records

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Make the Nikon Coolpix AW130 Shock & Waterproof Wi-Fi GPS Digital Camera part of your go-to gear and start turning those radical moments into photos and Full HD 1080p videos that amaze. Waterproof, shockproof and freezeproof. With built-in Wi-Fi and NFC, you can transfer your photos right to a compatible smartphone; and built-in GPS records your coordinates and maps your shots. Additional features: wide-angle (24mm equivalent) NIKKOR glass lens, 5x Optical Zoom, Hybrid Vibration Reduction, 3.0″ OLED screen, built-in flash, plus more!

Comments

Larry says:

Top of the line features I have had a point and shoot digital camera since the first ones came out in the late 1990s. They have progressed from a lowly 3MP to the 16MP that is in this Nikon Coolpix AW130. Although the actual sensor is small compared with my 36MP Nikon D800e, I have found that the image quality is still excellent. I will be using this AW130 as my goto camera to take pics of engineering projects that I work on. 

DrBiff says:

An excellent rugged point-and-shoot camera I have been very happy with this camera. There are a few trade-offs compared to a regular point-and-shoot, but fewer than with any other ruggedized camera that I’ve owned. It is the same body as the AW120 with some improvements such as a little better low light performance. I received the camera recently and will update the review with comments on its underwater after taking it on a trip to Hawaii. 

AP_Chicago says:

Had to manually switch scene to underwater and was fine. Did not have any other issues I got this camera right before vacation to Punta Mita, Mexico, read the 220 page manual on the plane, and took it on a diving trip, max depth 50-60 feet. Unfortunately, I cannot tell you how the pictures turned out because when I surfaced I must have bumped the floater strap attached to it. It unclipped itself and I saw it float back down to the bottom of 60 feet, where it remains. So please heed my warning, do not buy any kind of cheap floating strap! I was so excited to use this camera as…

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