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Nikon Coolpix S6500 Wi-Fi Digital Camera With 12x Zoom (Black) (Old Model)

nikon coolpix s6500 wi fi digital camera with 12x zoom black old model

Nikon COOLPIX S6500 Wi-Fi Digital Camera with 12x Zoom (Black) (OLD MODEL)

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  • 16.0 MP CMOS sensor
  • Built-in Wi-Fi for photo sharing
  • 12x optical zoom with NIKKOR lens
  • Optical VR image stabilization minimizes camera shake
  • Up to 7 shots per second

From the Manufacturer Big zoom, small package and ready to share in an instant. Expect plenty of \"Likes\" on the photos and videos you share with the COOLPIX S6500. Packed inside its ultra-slim, stylish design is a powerful 12x Zoom-NIKKOR glass lens that's great for everything from wide-angle landscapes to telephoto close-ups; and a 16-megapixel CMOS image sensor for maximum photo and video quality in just about any light. When you're ready to share your creations, built-in Wi-Fi® helps you get them online faster and easier than ever. Share amazing photos in an instantBuilt-in Wi-Fi® for easily sharing your shots anytime, anywhereThe COOLPIX S6500 makes it easier than ever to share beautiful views of your world. Take a great shot and instantly send it to your compatible smartphone, tablet or Wi-Fi® device. Then email your photos, upload to your favorite social media or photo album sites—share your shots the same way you normally share online and amaze friends and family!Frame the perfect shot12x wide-angle NIKKOR glass zoom lens gets you closer to the actionEvery COOLPIX is designed around a genuine NIKKOR glass lens, the legendary optics that have made Nikon famous. The COOLPIX S6500 12x zoom NIKKOR lens is great for everything from wide-angle group shots to close-up portraits. Plus, lens-shift Vibration Reduction helps keep every shot steady, even if your hands are not.Superior low-light performanceHigh-performance CMOS image sensor lets you shoot without a flashImagine being able to shoot without a flash at weddings, concerts, parties—anywhere your flash normally fires. You won't have to interrupt a moment to capture it, and your photos and HD videos will look more natural and true to your memory. The COOLPIX S6500 performs so well in low light situations that, in most cases, using the flash is optional. Of course, when the lighting is extremely poor and you need a flash, it'll be there. Freeze action in its tracksHold down the shutter button and fire up to 7 continuous shots per secondCreate amazing action sequences with the touch of a button. When the action speeds up, just hold down the shutter button and fire off up to 7 continuous shots per second. You'll get views of fast-moving subjects you may never have seen. Premium AccessoriesEN-EL19 Rechargeable Li-ion Battery These rechargeable batteries provide extended life and consistent power, even in colder conditions.

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Brand : Nikon
Category : Electronics,Camera & Photo,Digital Cameras,Point & Shoot Digital Cameras
Rating : 3.9
Review Count : 72
Auto Focus Technology : Center, Selective single-point, Face Detection, Tracking, Multi-area, Contrast Detection
Photo Sensor Size : 1/2.3-inch
Photo Sensor Technology : BSI CMOS
Effective Still Resolution : 16
Camera Flash : Built-In
Video Capture Resolution : 1080p
Model Name : Nikon COOLPIX S6500
Model Number : 26371
Best Sellers Rank : #361,913 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #2,458 in Digital Point & Shoot Cameras
Color : Black
Included Components : Battery
Age Range (Description) : Adult
Expanded ISO Maximum : 3200
Lens Type : Telephoto, Wide Angle
Optical Zoom : 12 x
Compatible Mountings : Nikon 1
Screen Size : 3 Inches
Batteries Required? : No
Number of Batteries : 1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)
Are Batteries Included : Yes
Rechargeable Battery Included : No
Battery Cell Composition : Lithium Ion
Battery Weight : 1 Grams
Target Gender : Unisex
Connectivity Technology : wi-fi
Continuous Shooting Speed : 10
Special Feature : Image Stabilization
Skill Level : Professional
Form Factor : Compact
Hardware Interface : AV Port
Display Resolution Maximum : 614000
Image Stabilization : Optical
Video Capture Format : MPEG-4, H.264
Viewfinder Type : None
Display Fixture Type : Fixed
Assembly Required : Yes
Item Dimensions LxWxH : 1.1 x 3.8 x 2.3 inches
Item Weight : 0.55 Pounds
Zoom Type : Optical Zoom
Focus Type : Manual Focus
Maximum Focal Length : 300 Millimeters
Minimum Focal Length : 25 Millimeters
Expanded ISO Minimum : 100
Metering Description : Multi, Center-weighted, Spot
Shooting Modes : Fireworks Show, Black and White Copy, Landscape, Snow, Backlighting, Portrait, Dusk/Dawn, Night Landscape, 3D Photography, Sunset, Beach, Panorama, Copy, Party/Indoor, Museum, Scene Auto Selector, Close Up, Food, Sports
Battery Description : Lithium-Ion SLB-10A rechargeable battery & charger
Wireless Communication Technology : Yes
Flash Memory Type : SD/SDHC/SDXC
Memory Storage Capacity : 25 MB
Water Resistance Level : Not Water Resistant
GPS : Built-In
Max Shutter Speed : 1/2000 seconds
Min Shutter Speed : 8 seconds
Digital Zoom : 4
Autofocus Points : 19
Exposure Control Type : Movie, Program AE, Wi-Fi, Apps (Magic), Shutter Priority AE, Manual, GPS, Scene, Aperture Priority AE, Automatic

Nikon COOLPIX S6500 Wi-Fi Digital Camera with 12x Zoom (Black) (OLD MODEL)

  • Good Value in a very Small Handy Point and ShootCompared to other cameras, the Sony WX-350 delivers in a few remarkable areas: very small size and light weight, and extremely good battery life. That will be enough to please many, although in all other respects the WX-350 is just average. In terms of shooting performance, the Fuji F850 and the Panasonic ZS-15 are noticeably faster, while the similarly sized Nikon S6500 is the slow-poke of the bunch.As is common with small digital cameras, the lenses are not particularly bright. The Sony starts out at f/3.5, closing down to f6.5 at full zoom. The ZS-15 goes from f/3.3 - f5.9, the Nikon from f/3.1-6.5, and the Fuji from f/3.5-5.3. As primarily a still camera, the Fuji is my pick of the litter, particularly when shooting in its \"M\" mode, or 8 meg mode, which allows the EXR processor to do its thing. For video, though, its battery life isn\'t good enough to be of much cold weather field use, as is the case with the Nikon S6500.The Fuji also has the most visible, enjoyable LCD, the Panasonic having the weakest, which the only thing that I could consider a flaw of sorts with the ZS-15. Still, the Panasonic focuses faster than the WX-350, is better in low light (none of these cameras are great in that regard), and the Panasonic has the full PASM set of controls to work with. Though the Panasonic\'s battery life is not superb for video (260 CIPA still shot rating) by dimming the LCD as much as possible and going with higher capacity (1200 mAH vs. 895 mAH OEM) aftermarket batteries, I\'ve been able to squeeze out over an hour and fifteen minutes of video capture between battery changes.While the WX-350 delivers on lightness, low-bulk, and very impressive battery life, the rest of the camera is just wonderfully adequate, and not good enough to best the Fuji F850EXR as a 20x travel zoom, nor good enough to beat the older Panasonic 16x ZS-15 in terms of speedy shooting performance, video, or general still image quality.What of the Nikon COOLPIX S6500? Well, for the money ($100 or so as of this writing), it is an excellent value. It is very small, easy to use, and sells for about half of the similar form-factor longer-zoom WX-350 Sony, with a better LCD. While its shooting performance is not blazing fast, its battery life is adequate for stills but not for video.With good optical stabilization and a very useable 12x zoom range, it is the type of camera that you can take anywhere without much bulk or weight. It isn\'t class-leading, by any means, but it also doesn\'t have a class-leading price, either. For the dollar in a handy little point and shoot, it is quite a satisfying and fun little camera.Copyright 2014 by Randy Wakeman. All Rights Reserved.
  • I bought this camera for a trip to Europe. What I was mainly looking for was a small size that was comfortable to carry around. I was also looking for decent zoom for when I took pictures of landmarks and vistas, especially when I wanted to get the details in the work. At the same time, I wanted something that could focus quickly, and overall had a quick learning curve. I have to say I was quite impressed with the camera. I was a little unsure at first but it really takes nice pictures especially for the price. Playing around with it for a few days really taught what certain buttons did, what settings applied depending on the lighting. I was really surprised by the retouching software that comes in the camera. Its kind of fun to play around with and if used lightly it can really have a nice realistic effect since it does things like reduce redness in skin, increase eye size, change face size, etc. One of things I did not like was the fact that the camera is charged by connecting a cable from an outlet directly to the camera. I would have preferred a wall charger for the camera so I could have a spare battery charging while using the camera for taking pictures. While the battery has decent battery life, when I was out sightseeing, I had to be conscious about not keeping the camera turned on so that I did not inadvertently drain the battery. But overall a very nice camera and really serves its purpose for taking great pictures.
  • There are a couple problems with the camera that make me regret buying it: 1) there is a firmware issue that occasionally makes the camera unusable (won\'t start up even though it\'s fully charged). The solution is to manually upgrade the firmware by copying the file to the camera\'s card (note: the card has to be removed from the camera and read directly by the computer through a card interface to do this). This was for a camera purchased about a year ago -- maybe they\'re shipping with new firmware now, though recent reviews also show the problem. And 2) It takes so long to take a second shot after taking the first one (4-5 seconds) that often I end up missing shots with the perfect smile as I press the unresponsive shutter button repeatedly in vain.I\'m still looking for a good setting that is easy to switch to for low light shots without a flash. Maybe \"museum\" mode, but up till now I\'ve been disappointed in low light shots. (I wish they just had a mode that said \"high iso\").
  • Great little camera. Had the S6100 but lost it, \'somewhere\'. The S6100 did have the touch screen, which I really liked. The S6500 doesn\'t have the touch screen, bummer! But this camera is great to hook on the belt and have with you where ever you go. Takes the greatest shots!Looking for an excellent case? Found these on Amazon. I use this case for all 4 of my compact cameras. They\'re so in expensive I even bought extras. Excellent case for this camera. Black Semi-hard Magnetic Closure Universal Camera Case for Nikon Coolpix
  • My first weeks with this camera have been a delight. The range of its focus is excellent though I find it a bit slow when tryingto take quick shots. I was expecting a bit more speed in that regard, but realize that the more advanced Nikons like the D7100 provide this facility. The S6500 is extremely flexible as a pocket camera and its 16 megapixels makes for excellent images. The WIFI element is a bit cumbersome, not as easy as an IPhone with the shoot and send feature. Overall I love the Coolpix.

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