- AN-CP23 Strap
- UC-E6 USB Cable
- EG-CP16 Audio/Video Cable
- EN-EL12 Rechargeable Li-ion Battery
- MH-65 Battery Charger
- UR-E23 Filter Attachment
- NikonView NX 2 CD-ROM
- Reference Manual CD
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Can the Action Control be turned off entirely, or at least for the Playback mode?
I'm interested in buying the camera again. Perhaps you can try turning off the Action Control on an actual camera and let me know? Or, give me (and others who have the same issue) very specific instructions to over-ride the "feature".
Does it have a timelaps function with the video modes (i.e. take a frame every 30 seconds for example)
Are there any plans for Nikon to release an underwater housing that allows depths in excess than 10m?
If I were to loose this camera, with the built in gps am i able to pull the location of the camera up online?
The camera may know it's location, but it doesn't broadcast it to the internet or anywhere else.
they are around 40-50 bucks
What you can do is locate the .LOG file on the camera NCFL folder. It will be listed by date# Then download that file to your computer. Go to a website called GPS visualizer.om and convert the file to a .GPX file. Now you can take that and upload it to other websites for tracking and mapping. You can also see elevation and time and distance.
I use another site called everytrail.com and I can also post videos and photos along the time line and then share that on facebook.
Hopefully If I answer this question enough times, NIKON will get the message and incorporate this function into the next version of ViewNX. Unless you have your PC handy, it seems silly to only be able to view and log the stuff in the Nikon app.
In Continuous H mode: While the shutter-release button is pressed all the way, images are
captured continuously at a rate of about 7.1 frames per second
(when the image mode is Q 4608×3456). Shooting ends when
the shutter-release button is released, or three pictures have been
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Hope this helps!
National Geographic Adventure Gear of the Year
Steve Casimiro announced that the Nikon COOLPIX AW100 has made the list of the National Geographic Adventure Gear of the Year, Must-Have Gear: Fall and Winter, which spotlights the most innovative gear of the season. Casimiro said the camera is “packed with high-quality specs, including full HD video at 1080p, and it cranks out top-shelf images in challenging conditions.”
IF Product Design Award 2012The Nikon COOLPIX AW100 has been honored with the iF Product Design Award 2012 from the International Forum Design GmbH of Hanover, Germany. The iF design awards have been awarded since 1953; to products exhibiting superior design. In selecting recipients, product aspects including quality of design, functionality, degree of innovation, simplicity of operation and environmental impact are considered for the product design award. Features of the AW100 to note include its waterproof, freezeproof and shockproof capabilities as well as its built-in GPS + Electronic compass.
Nikon COOLPIX AW100 Reviewby Christopher Snow
Christopher Snow posted his review of the Nikon COOLPIX AW100 on the Digitalcamerainfo.com website, touting the camera's lens as a testament to Nikon technology. "Thanks to an expertly-crafted lens, resolution is the main area in which the AW100 will set itself apart from the pack," he said. Snow said, "It’s been a great year for ruggedized cameras and we see Nikon’s AW100 as the capstone." Additional features that Snow noted which make the camera fun include: "Full HD (1080p) video, ultra high speed shooting at 240 frames per second, a GPS suite that actually works, and a variety of scene modes, picture effects, and in-camera editing options." He also appreciated the filter adapter that ships with the camera, allowing for the use of 40.5mm filters. Concluding, Snow explained that the COOLPIX AW100 is the website's best rugged camera of 2011.
Nikon COOLPIX AW100 Reviewby Jim Fisher
Jim Fisher posted his review of the Nikon COOLPIX AW100 on the pcmag.com website, touting the camera's rugged build and performance. He added that the AW100 performs faster than any camera in its competitive set, receiving an Editors' Choice for the rugged camera category: "the AW100 is the speediest rugged camera that we've tested." Other features of the camera that impressed Fisher included its sharp details, accurate colors, low noise, in addition to the camera's built-in GPS.
Nikon COOLPIX AW100 Reviewby Mike Perlman
Mike Perlman posted his review of the Nikon COOLPIX AW100 on the Technobuffalo.com website. Taking the camera to "Sgt. Perlman's Rugged Device Boot Camp" he put the camera through testing of its waterproof, shockproof and freezeproof features as well as its general photography and video modes. Perlman noted that the COOLPIX AW100 "will get the job done." He liked the fun filters as well as the incorporated GPS, Electronic Compass and 16 Megapixel CMOS sensor. Perlman concluded his review by stating, "The Nikon Coolpix AW100 was a bonafide fighter, and I salute it."
Nikon COOLPIX AW100 Reviewby Kimberly Hallen
Kimberly Hallen posted her review of the Nikon COOLPIX AW100 on the DigitalCameraReview.com website. Hallen noted that, "the overall performance of the Nikon AW100 leaves a good impression." Features that impressed her included the GPS functionality and Action Control, as well as the camera's ruggedness and quick start up time. Hallen also touted the VR, long exposure capabilities, macro mode, and continuous shooting mode. She was impressed with the image quality, saying, "the AW100 offers impressive resolution, with a sharpness close to that of a DSLR."
red dot award: product designThe Nikon COOLPIX AW100 has received the red dot award: product design, which is sponsored by Germany’s Design Zentrum Nordrhein Westfalen. The award is given to products released over the past two years that exhibit superiority in functionality, innovation, ergonomics, ecology and durability. Features of the AW100 that are notable include its adoption of a lens design that has allowed for a slim, compact digital camera; in addition to its variety of functions that make it convenient for outdoor shooting.