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14.2 Megapixels for stunning prints as large as 20 x 30 inches

Incredible, Bright 2.7-inch Clear Color Display makes images and movies easy to compose and share with a wide-viewing angle and anti-glare coating

Quick Performance with ultra-fast start-up, autofocus and shooting.  Sport Continuous Shooting, up to 45 pictures can be taken at 3 shots per second at (3M) resolution.

New Slim, Stylish, Metal Design packs high performance into portable convenience for the thinnest body in its class. Among compact cameras equipped with an optical zoom capable of zooming in at 7x or more with wide-angle capability measuring 30mm (35mm format equivalent) or less as of January 15, 2010 (according to research conducted by Nikon Corporation)

New Advanced Flash Control delivers natural flash images even when ambient or assisted lighting is typically insufficient, such as backlight or telephoto shooting

Subject Tracking will track a moving subject to ensure sharp focus. The camera will automatically track your subject – even if they temporarily move out of the frame

Scene Auto Selector automatically recognizes the scene in your picture and adjusts camera setting

Macro shooting as close as 1.2”

7x Wide-angle Zoom- NIKKOR ED Glass Lens has a versatile zoom range from wide 28mmm to 196mm telephoto coverage that gets you close to the action while capturing expansive landscapes.  The NIKKOR ED lens is built on a proud heritage of producing precision camera optics that delivers superb color and razor-sharp results

New HD Movie with Stereo Sound and HDMI Output Record stunning HD (720p) quality movies  at 30fps with Stereo Sound, dedicated movie-record button and HDMI output for easy playback in camera, on HD-TV or computer. HDMI cable not included

4-way VR Image Stabilization System

  • Optical VR Image Stabilization by lens shift minimizes the effect of camera shake
  • Motion Detection automatically detects moving subjects and adjusts shutter speed and ISO setting to compensate for camera shake and subject movement
  • High ISO up to 3200 at full resolution capability helps give you better results when shooting in low light or capturing fast-moving subjects 
  • Nikon’s original Best Shot Selector (BSS) automatically takes up to 10 shots while the shutter is pressed and saves the sharpest image

Smart Portrait System includes:

  • Smile Timer and Blink Proof makes sure you’ll always catch the decisive moment when your subject smiles and Blink Proof function shoots two pictures and automatically saves the one in which the subject’s eyes remain open.
  • Blink Warning, when activated alerts you that the subject may have blinked and allows you to retake the photo.
  • In-Camera Red-Eye Fix™ automatically fixes, while shooting, most instances of red-eye in the camera. You may never see red-eye again
  • Face-Priority AF Nikon’s face-finding technology that automatically focuses on up to 12 faces
  • Skin Softening smoothes skin tone at three different levels for optimal portraits

EXPEED Image Processing ensures high-quality pictures with stunning color and sharpness.  Nikon’s comprehensive digital imaging processing concept incorporates the know-how and technologies accumulated throughout our long history of photographic and digital imaging development and is custom-tuned for COOLPIX. Applied optimized technologies render natural-looking pictures of incredible quality and quick response so you won’t miss that special moment

Quick Retouch optimizes contrast and color vividness for beautiful images

16 Scene Modes for optimized shooting in various settings

5 Color Options for special filter effects.  Choose from: standard color, vivid color, black-and-white, sepia and cyanotype

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It's horrible The lenses are too blurry, when I tried to adjust it, it couldn't fixed.. I wish I had different product!! :(( May 17, 2011
junk disappointing I have purchase many Nikon cameras over the years but likely never again. Purchased S6000 and have used it very little. Just under two years the lens will not retract. Simple functions like this simply have to work if you want to put a Nikon label on it. April 16, 2011
The worst cammera this is the worst cammera I have so far. I bought it new from walmart and just used twice. The camera got the problem and I cannot charge the battery. Even though it was under warranty, they still want to charge me over $100 to repair it. April 11, 2011
Disappointing I bought this camera refurbished by Nikon. The usb port did not work from the get go, the camera would not charge, either via ac adapter or via usb cable to laptop. Luckily the battery that came with it was fully charged so I had a chance to check it out until the battery wore down. It turns out you can't use the camera if the usb cable is plugged in, you have to buy a special seperate, expensive adapter if you want to use the camera while the battery is charging. If you don't, be prepared to buy a lot of extra proprietary batteries for when you travel. It seems everything on this camera is propietary, my old camera used AA batteries which I bought in the store wherever I went, no problems. The worst with this purchase was Nikon customer service. Completely outsourced and completely useless. I told them the camera was defective and that I wanted to return it, they insisted I pay for return shipping, even though the camera came with a 90 day warranty. On two calls, the rep put me on hold and never returned to the call. Nikon ought to do better than that, how about some local,competent and consumer friendkly customer service. I returned the camera at my own expense, this adventure cost me $20 for shipping both ways and I don't even have a camera to show for it!. I';m bviously a very unhappy customer! February 22, 2011
red eye problem I purchased this camera to replace my Sony digital which I had for 5 years, it was a great camera! The Nikon Coolpix almost always has RED EYE for the subject. Very disappointing, I would love to return this cheap junk of a camera. Buyer Beware . December 22, 2010
lens error The dust cover that covers the lense started having issues only 2 months after I got the camera. It either will not open at all after turning the camera on, or will open half way. Also, the battery door pops open too easily if it is brushed against something. I sent it back to Nikon, and they said that it is not covered under warranty because the lense cover is damaged. All I can say is wow, great customer service! October 14, 2010
lens error!!! I bought this camera 3 months ago. I bought it because my son plays hockey and I wanted to get some action photos. With in a month it started taking having issues. taking too long to snap the picture, after taking a picture I'd have to wait around 30 seconds for it to stop recording to be able to take another picture. Finally it all came to an end with "LENS ERROR" now it wont turn on or take pictures at all. I hated my last Nikon too, I will never buy another! September 16, 2010
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Charge light won't come on and battery won't charge

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Camer has been working just fine. It sat on my desk for the last month and now won't power on. I was assuming the battery went dead so plugged it in all day and still nothing. Now in looking the charge light does not come on when plugged into the charger. Have tried different outlets still no light. Have tried removing the battery and reinserting as well as charging without the memory card. Still nothing, no lights at all and won't power on.
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:( seems like you need to try it out with a different battery, and if it is, get a new battery from the manufacturer while you still have warranty!
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Have you checked to see if its the charger at fault or if possible try another battery.
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Why will the videos not transfer from digital card to computer

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When i put the digital card into the card reader the photos transfered but not the videos. i have tried dragging them from the card. i have also tried copy - pasting it and they still do not transfer
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you just need to plug the entire camera with the digital card in it to your computer. that's how i transfer the images to my computer ;)
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Please click on the link below, in order to download the latest version of Nikon view NX for you to download pictures and videos to your computer.
Answer Title: Nikon View NX - 2.1.1
Answer Link: http://support.nikonusa.com/app/ans...
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nikon charging

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I am having troubles with my camera and charging, I have not charged my camera for about more then a month and when I charged it then it worked fine. I just recently have used my camera again and it was still at half battery life (I don't use my camera to much) so i decided to recharge the battery. when I plugged it into my computer it shows that the power button is lit up like it is charging and shows that it wants to transfer data, but when i unplugged it the next day the battery was still at the same level. Then I tried the charger that came with it to plug in the wall. Even this has not worked when it is on the wall charger my camera shows that it wants to transfer data not charge the power button does not even light up. Then after a day of my camera on the charger to see if it was charging even tho it didn't show it was the battery went totally dead. what could be the problem? I am going out and seeing if i can get a new battery to see if that helps any.
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did u get an additional plug-in-to-the-wall charger?? that is what i use to charge my phone directly.
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Please verify the settings that you have on your camera in order to charge the camera through the wall charger or the computer. Please see page# 136 of the User's Manual of the s6000.
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how do I turn on the battery life display

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I would like to know the remaining capacity of the lithium battery so I know whether to charge it before using.
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You can find the battery level indicator at the top right corner of the LCD screen. If the battery is fully charge no indicator will be display, battery low the indicator will show a battery half full (prepare to charge it) and battery exhausted will appear when the camera needs a fully recharge battery.
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my camera don't turn on and the turn on button is green, what can I do to fix it

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Please make sure that the battery is fully charge. Removed the memory card from the camera. If after placing the battery back in the camera without the memory card still not showing anything on the LCD screen you will need to send your camera for service.
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Battery charger has no light

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Hi, the battery charger (EH-62F) I bought with my S6000 has no light on it to show if the battery is charging. I have left the charger plugged in for an hour and there is no change in the battery icon located on the camera. What is wrong.... Thanks Robert
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I just bought one of these cameras too and was looking for the green light on the charger. I found out the indicator light that shows the charge status is actually on the back of the camera itself. It is next to the upper right corner of the display screen. If I remember correctly, the light flashes green when charging and goes dark once it is fully charged in about 4-5 hours with a dead battery.
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battery life display

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You told the previous person who wrote in on this that there is a display on the LCD screen for battery life. Not so on mine. I have had many cameras and they all have the little green battery in the corner that gradually gets less full until it goes red. Not on the S6000. No warning light on this one. It simply gives the error message "battery exhausted" and shuts down. Is this a problem with my particular camera (and the previous person who wrote in)? Do I need to exchange it for a new one? I've been using it since December and this is my only complaint, but to me a big one as this is my "purse camera." This has me not recommending this camera to others.
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The battery level indicator will only show when the battery is low and needs to be recharge.
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Why is my camera no longer recognized by my Mac

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worked fine for months. Now when the USB cord is connected, it does not load
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Try a different USB cable. Also, remove the memory card and use the internal memory from the camera to take a few pictures and transferred them to the computer.
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ScanDisk Flash Memory Card that the camera can support

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What is the largest SD SanDisk flash memory card that the camera can support? I'm going on vacation and possibly would want to record some things. Is there a button I can press to take pictures when there is low light so that I can see the picture when I get home? Thanks.
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Please click on the link below for more information on approved memory cards:

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Battery Door issues.

Apr 16, 2011 by
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I bought an S6000, new, in Dec of 2010. It has worked beautifully until now. The battery door seems like it is not puting enough pressure on the battery to make contact. If I apply pressure to the door while turning it on, I can get it to work most times, but if I don't, the camera won't turn on. Can this be repaired?
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You are welcome to send your camera for evaluation.
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