Power and portability blend perfectly into the Nikon COOLPIX S9200. This digital camera features 16MP backside-illuminated CMOS, 18x wide-angle optical zoom lens, VR image stabilization, Full HD (1080p) video, 3.0-inch LCD, Easy Panorama Mode, 7 fps shooting, Backlight HDR Mode, ISO sensitivity up to 3200, Smart Portrait System, and more! What’s in the box? MH-65 Battery Charger; AN-CP19 Strap, UC-E6 USB Cable, EG-CP16 Audio Video Cable, EN-EL12 Rechargeable Li-ion Battery, EH-69P AC Adapter/Charger, Nikon View NX 2 CD-ROM

2 thoughts on “Nikon COOLPIX S9200 16 MP CMOS Digital Camera with 18x Zoom NIKKOR ED Glass Lens and Full HD 1080p Video (Black)

  1. E. Hall "Alienplayer" says:

    Nikon Guy finds S9300 mediocre and over priced I’m sure I either have a bad copy…or some of the reviewing users here haven’t put it through it’s paces.My problems:1. S9300 will not lock focus when zoomed at or near it’s maximum.2. Selecting one of the Auto ISO ranges…125-800 ISO causes the camera to select very low shutter speeds, so that even with vibration reduction, if you are shooting people, the imgages are soft…appearing OOF…out of focus. (Unacceptable for this price range.)3. The facial recognition feature, if used on anything but faces…will most often select something other than what you want to focus on…and since this is a menu driven feature, if you’re switching between sceens, like at a birthday party, it’s a pain to use.4. Generally speaking, the images leave a lot to be desired across the board. And, this is the general consensus of online reviews…rating the camera a “C” as very average. I have to agree.5. Portrait mode is way too cool…and there is no…

  2. Rcubed says:

    Good camera, could use some updates. Bought this camera since i lost my canon powershot sd900. I only buy canon products but since nikon has been advertising the heck out of their products i thought i give it a chance. Overall this camera takes awesome photos. The in camera features are great as well. My only problem is that in order to review your photos you have to turn on the camera you just can’t press the review button. When you do take a photo it takes forever for the preview to disappear. You can either have it on or off. With canon it gave you the option of 1,2 or 3 second preview. The last thing is that the flash is in an awkward place but as i was looking at the canon website every company is going to that format. I would recommend this camera to someone though.Rcubed.

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