Nikon COOLPIX S6100 16 MP Digital Camera with 7x NIKKOR Wide-Angle Optical Zoom Lens and 3-Inch Touch-Panel LCD (Red)

November 25, 2015 - Comment

The Nikon Coolpix S6100 compact design packs a staggering 16 megapixels-the highest available in a Coolpix- to ensure super sharp, ultra detailed images, wherever life takes them. The 7x wide-angle optical Zoom-NIKKOR ED glass lens is ideal for capturing outdoor scenery in all its brilliance and grandeur. Nikon’s superior imaging technologies including Motion Detection, Best

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The Nikon Coolpix S6100 compact design packs a staggering 16 megapixels-the highest available in a Coolpix- to ensure super sharp, ultra detailed images, wherever life takes them. The 7x wide-angle optical Zoom-NIKKOR ED glass lens is ideal for capturing outdoor scenery in all its brilliance and grandeur. Nikon’s superior imaging technologies including Motion Detection, Best Shot Selector and High ISO capture incredible images in a variety of situations.

The enhanced touch screen is easier than ever to operate and picture taking, editing and viewing-right at the fingertips-is simply fantastic on the high resolution three-inch LCD panel. Owners will love the One-Touch HD movie recording feature-with stereo sound- that offers even more versatility to capture the fun of their travels easily and conveniently.

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S. Welsh says:

Great small camera loaded with features!! This is a great little camera with alot of fun features. I had a hard time deciding between the s8100 and the s6100 because the s8100 takes faster pictures, 1080 video, a better sensor, and bigger zoom.The features listed below are the reasons I chose the s6100. 

stepheroni090 says:

Excellent Point and Shoot Camera Purchased this camera while looking for a small yet high quality point and shoot style camera. This camera has great features in a small enough package to bring on the go. The optical zoom works wonderfully. Touch-Panel LCD is a nice feature. 

pfe says:

There must be better cameras I’ve owned this camera for 3-months and waited until now to write a review because it was a gift and I really wanted to like this camera. But the more I’ve used it the less I like it. To be fair, it can take a descent picture under optimal conditions if you are careful, but so can a 1968 Kodak Brownie in the right hands. I really expected more from Nikon and modern electronic technology. 

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