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The rush lasts a moment,
the pictures last a lifetime.

You live to be “in the moment,” so anything that brings back the rush is worth it. The Nikon COOLPIX AW100 is waterproof, shockproof and freezeproof, so you can take it on all of your extreme adventures. It packs a 5x Zoom-NIKKOR ED glass lens and a 16.0-MP CMOS sensor to record low-light and fast-action photos and Full HD (1080p) movies. Life on the road deserves GPS + Electronic compass, so the AW100 has these too. Add a 3-inch monitor, our new Action Control for easily adjusting settings when wearing gloves plus a range of in-camera special effects, and you've got a camera as rugged as you. Start saving those action-packed memories—every view and heartbeat.
VR Image Stabilization icon Motion Detection icon ISO Sensitivity Up To 3200 icon Backside Illumination CMOS Sensor icon Clear Color Display icon Smart Portrait System icon Scene Auto Selector icon Subject Tracking icon Full HD (1080p) Movie icon Rugged Reliability icon Built-In GPS icon Built-In World Map icon
16.0
Megapixel
CMOS Sensor
5X
Zoom-NIKKOR
ED Glass Lens
3.0"
High-Resolution
(460,000-dot) LCD
Full HD
(1080p) Movies
with Stereo Sound
Nikon underwater camera is built as rugged as you are

Ready for extreme adventures

Waterproof, shockproof and freezeproof

The AW100 can handle all that Mother Nature can throw at it. Take it diving to depths of up to 33-feet. Shoot at temperatures as cold as 14° F. And don't sweat drops of up to five feet. Whether it's in your hand, mounted to a surfboard, clipped on a backpack or attached to a scuba tank, every twist, splash, dive and crash can be recorded in both still and Full HD (1080p) movies. Plus, Nikon's new Action Control brings fast and easy operation to gloved hands. The AW100 lets you capture every thrilling moment from inside the action—not the sidelines.

Shoot in extreme low light

16.0 MP CMOS sensor

Adventure doesn't always happen during perfect photo-taking conditions. Imagine sharp images produced 33-feet underwater, photos and movies captured while you explore a dark cave, or snapshots nabbed during that last run just as the sun was setting. What does it take to get these and more? A 16.0 MP CMOS sensor that blazes through low light, fast action and challenging shooting conditions to capture high-impact photos with exceptional image quality and low noise. Shoot three shots in about one second using one-touch control for Full HD (1080p) movies and ensure not a single moment of your action-packed lifestyle is missed.
16-MP CMOS sensor captures great pictures, even in low lighting

Star in your own viral movies

Full HD (1080p) movies with stereo sound

Don't just share some photos with friends, put them inside the action with you. Imagine reliving the downhill snowboarding rush, the incredible view as you hang glide down a 4,000-foot peak or showing your friends exactly what it was like to ”shoot the tube” in Hawaii. Attach the AW100 to your gear, and with a single touch of the control you're creating an in-the-action Full HD (1080p) movie with stereo sound. You'll capture all of life's adventures from a whole new perspective—your own.

Always stay on track with the COOLPIX AW100's built-in GPS

See where you’re going, mark where you’ve been

Built-in GPS, mapping and Electronic compass

Imagine you and a friend are white water rafting down an unfamiliar route. The AW100's rugged waterproof build can take the pounding action while you record photos and movies of this incredible adventure. Use the built-in GPS to track progress with Nikon View NX2 software, NIkon's myPicturetown® photo sharing site or Google Earth™. A built-in map lets you view your path, and the Electronic compass is an extra safety measure that can even help you ascertain which branch to take if there's a fork in the stream. Your geo-tagged photo travelogue will give you bragging rights as you share the adventure with your friends.

Creative control even in gloves

A handy Action Control feature

More creativity at your fingertips—even if your fingertips are enclosed in ski gloves! The AW100's handy Action Control feature makes it easy to adjust specific camera settings. Wrapped up in the action with no time to change settings? The AW100 automatically adjusts camera settings. And if you're looking to add creativity, select in-camera effects such as black and white, or selective color. There's even an underwater mode to keep images colorful and properly exposed.
New Action Control feature makes camera adjustments easy even when wearing gloves
Five advanced Vibration Reduction (VR) image stabilization features keep images sharp
Steady even when you’re not

Five advanced VR image stabilizing features automatically reduce the streaky images associated with shaky cameras.

Motion detection keeps moving subjects in focus
Sharper objects in motion

To ward off motion blur, the AW100's motion detector automatically tracks moving subjects and adjusts the camera's settings to keep them in focus.

20 Scene Modes to match any setting
At home in any setting

The AW100 has 20 Scene Modes to match your setting, or simply let Easy Auto Mode determine the ideal setting for great photos every time.

Take 3 shots in about 1 second at full resolution
Mind-blowing action sequences

The AW100 lets you take a blazing three shots in about one second at full resolution, ensuring you'll never miss a moment of action.

COOLPIX AW100 3.5 5 99 99
All weather camera, goes everywhere, easy to use My AW-100 has been in the back pocket of my cycling jersey for hundreds of bicycle rides over thousands of miles. It's the camera that is there when I want it. Easy to use, takes a good picture or 1080p movie on a moments notice. November 4, 2013
Rugged enough for my work. Haven't utilized camera yet, but it appears to have the features I need. October 3, 2013
Excellent for the Outdoors person I love this camera! It is great for hiking, kayaking and camping. Takes great outdoor shots and HD is excellent. This camera in NOT recommend for indoor shots, it has a very bright flash. Which is better near the campfire. But for the avid outdoor trekker, it a great companion to capture those events with great pics and HD video. August 20, 2013
Easy to take wonderful pictures We just returned from a 6 week National Park tour of Southwest America. I took over 600 pictures and was very happy with the quality and ease of use. It works well in all lights and distances. It is easy to carry while hiking and fits well in a small pocket on the motorcycle. My friends were amazed with the beautiful pictures. June 25, 2013
great camera! but very rarely it does fog up. 5 stars!(: this is the most epic camera i have ever owned! it is full hd and is super cool because if you go to the options for what type of camera taking option you want, (most users don't know this!) you can put in this slo-mo thing! it is so cool and i can't wait to use it this summer! April 9, 2013
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a photo while the video??

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Can i take a picture while i'm recording a video in it? please answer!
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No, the AW100 does not allow you to take a still photo while shooting video.
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sd card with it?

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does the camera come with the sd card, or do i have to buy it separately? thanks!
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You will have to buy one.
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Manual:http://support.nikonusa.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/17492/~/user's-manual---coolpix-aw100---guide-to-digital-photography
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Can you advise on compatible waterproof cases for depths greater than 33 feet?

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Basic Scuba allows up to 60 Feet, Advanced up to 90 feet. A camera with less depth capability is not much use to a diver unless it can go to about 100 feet or so, to match the divers capability. A compatible case to permit this increased depth would make this camera more attractive and useful to this market segement.
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Nimar makes one.
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are the coolpix digital cameras (software) compatible with macintosh operating systems?

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max OS 10 + operating system
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Latest View NX2 software is compatible up to mac 10.8.2
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Display Images After Shooting

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Hi, how do I set the time of image review after shooting? The default time is very short. I'd like to look at the image for a few seconds right after taking the image.

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The AW100 image review time cannot be change.
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Is there any mounting accessories available for this camera (like for snowboarding)?

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I bought this camera for my daredevil son. He had wanted a GoPro, but I didn't realize until after purchasing the Nikon AW100 (highly recommended) that the reason he was interested in the GoPro was because it had the availability of all types of sport mounts to take snowboarding/diving, etc. Is there stuff out there that can be used with this camera? Are there plans to make such devices available through Nikon?
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Nikon does not make any mounting accessories for the AW100 but the camera has a standard tripod mount that makes it compatible with third-party mounting accessories. Nikon cannot offer support or advice on third party products but any mount that attaches to the camera via a standard tripod mount should be fine. You will need to get in contact with the manufacturer of the third party equipment for confirmation of compatibility.
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Is it possible to transfer movies to a DVD?

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Yes, it is possible to transfer movies to a DVD but you will need a 3rd party DVD buring software. Nikon does not have a DVD burning software.
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Is there a way to adjust ISO during either video or photo mode? Can I change the exposure length in either mode?

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Also can I take multiple burst shots with one click? IE for a action shot will it take 5 simultaneous pictures? If so..How?
 
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The COOLPIX AW100 will allow you to set the ISO settings when you are in the Auto (not Easy Auto) shooting mode. After selecting the Auto shooting mode, press the camera's menu button and select the Shooting menu. Scroll down to ISO sensitivity and press OK to see your ISO options. Detailed information on the AW100's ISO Sensitivity settings can be found on page 37 of the reference section of the AW100 manual. The ISO cannot be set for Movie mode shooting.

The AW100 does not allow for manual shutter control. The shutter speed and aperture settings are set by the camera based on the Scene/Shooting Mode being used. Details on each shooting mode can be found starting on page 38 of the AW100 manual.

The AW100 has several different Continuous Shooting options including the Sports Scene Mode, Continuous Hi and Continuous Lo. In Continuous Hi a single click of the shutter will take multiple pictures if the click lasts for a second or two, but an extremely brief click will result in only one image. Detailed information on the Sports Scene Mode can be found on page 40 of the AW100 manual and information on the Continuous Shooting options can be found on page 36 of the reference section of the AW100 manual.

Help on navigating the menus of the AW100 can be found starting on page 10 of the AW100 manual.

The AW100 manual can be downloaded from this address:
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What is the actual battery life?

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Life (shots per charge) Still pictures*: Approx. 250 shots *Based on Camera and Imaging Products Association (CIPA) standards for measuring the life of camera batteries. Measured at 23(-/+2)°C (73(-/+4)°F); zoom adjusted with each shot, flash fired with every other shot, image quality set to Normal, image size set to 4608 x 3456 (16M). Battery life may vary depending on shooting interval and length of time menus and images are displayed.
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Is there any plan to include a RAW (.NEF) file format in future firmware?

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Unfortunately, we cannot speculate about future updates until official information is announced on our web site: www.nikonusa.com
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why nikon aw100 dont have pause button?

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because when i take video and i want to pause it there is no pause so it keeps recording i hope when you make an update for the version of it it will have a pause and also a micro shot thanks
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The AW100 does not have a pause feature for movie recording. The movie record button is used for both starting and ending recording. See page 80 of the manual for more information.

The AW100 has a Macro mode that will allow you to focus on subjects as close as 1cm from the front of the lens. Press the tulip icon on the multi selector to enable Macro Mode. More information about the Macro Mode can be found on page 57 of the AW100 manual.

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Is it freezeproof for below -10C

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Temperature range-10°C to 40°C above water
0°C to.40°C underwater.
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What is the optimum memory card for this camera?

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A card with a class 10 or UHS-1 write speed and size depending on how many shots you will be taking. 8gb is usually more than enough for the casual photographer
Choose a manufacturer from the approved list:
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What is the accuracy of the GPS unit?

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I don't think you will find any civilian GPS device that is accurate to one foot or even one yard.

A GPS device accurate to one yard (or one foot) would be a military device and illegal to possess.

I remember reading some years ago that civilian GPS units were deliberately inaccurate to a specified percent.

If anyone else has better information .... let's hear it please

I think with this AW100, you have to contanstantly update the GPS file to improve accuracy.
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What are the best settings for an inexperienced user and long battery life while climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro?

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I assume there will be snow, so set the scene mode to snow. Turning off the GPS will conserve battery power.
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I am on one of several teams of field biologists studying invasive reptiles (mostly pythons and tegus) in South Florida. I purchased our Nikon Coolpix AW 100, choosing it for its conveniently compact size, versatility, rapid deployment (brief delay between "off" and "taking photos"), and its touted ability to resist hard service. It "lives" in our truck (think "sometimes very hot") until needed, when we take it along into south Florida's subtropical environments, particularly, into the Everglades (freshwater swamps) or coastal mangroves (saltwater swamps). The camera gets almost daily exposure to extremes including: heat, humidity, sun, mud, grit, sweat, and sunscreen. Kept ready-to-go at a moment's notice, it usually accompanies us to fieldsites by riding in the (often sweat-soaked) pocket of our shirt or pants. Due to the omni-presence of glare off water surfaces, and often white limestone substrates), a polarizing filter offers obvious benefits. The camera's design (with lens very exposed) makes it vulnerable to "lens flare" from sunlight striking the lens. So, in addition to a polarizer (which I assume should be a circular polarizer and fully multi-coated), I am also considering a lens hood. And, to protect the lens (or the attached filter) from abrasive grit that may also be in my pocket, I am considering a lens cap (or, perhaps, a case?). I am sure addinng the polarizing filter will compromise ease and speed of deployment, and may also rule out any camera case (but not a lens cap, I hope). Please give me your recommendations as far as the polarizing filter, hood, and "lens cap vs. camera case." In particular, in what sequence should the hood and polarizer be attached?
 
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Hi there, I just purchased this camera, as well as the filter adapter and a UV filter and circular polarizer (see attached photos). While I didn't buy a lens cap yet, the process would be to add the filter adapter, then screw on the filter (40.5mm size only). While I haven't tried a lens hood, they do make them for this lens size and that would go on next (if it works anything like a D-SLR, which I'm sure it does). You should be able to add on the lens cap with or without the lens hood.

Once you've added all this, you CAN just keep it all attached to the camera, although as you can see from the photos it adds a little bit of bulk to the unit, not much, but you won't want to get a snug-fitting case for it. I got all my accessories on Amazon, and purchased Hoya and B & W brand filters. You can find cheaper ones, but I wanted good quality filters.

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Can I charge my AW100 in Europe without a voltage converter?

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I am going to Portugal and I would like to know if I need a converter to charge my camera. I know that I need to use an adapter to plug the charger into a socket but not sure if I need a voltage converter.
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Just the plug adapter, the charger auto switches from 100-240 volts. Better off purchasing a c7 generic power cord when you get to your destination.
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Does it have an aperture priority mode?

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I use aperture priority to set the largest aperture, to get the fastest exposure times on my DSLR for action shots. Does the AW100 adjust both aperture and exposure time, or just exposure?
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No manual aperture control, no manual control of anything, just mode selections.
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printable manual for the AW100

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Download one here.
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What is the warrently coverage period (i.e. 1 yr from date of purchase)? What is covered with the product warranty?
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Answer: 
Warranty is one year from date of purchase.
Read here,
http://support.nikonusa.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/333/kw/warranty
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Does the camera have a time stamp?

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Yes. The AW100 has time and date stamp.
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how do I download pictures to my MacBook Air? My PC is not finding the device.

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Install the View NX 2 software from the CD that was included with the camera or download and install the software from the link below, connect the camera to the macbook using the USB cable, and launch the software.

View NX 2 download link:
http://support.nikonusa.com/app/ans...

General USB Troubleshooting:
http://support.nikonusa.com/app/ans...
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What is the airplane symbol?

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After doing initial setup on our Nikon AW100, we now have (somehow) managed to get a symbol that looks like an airplane on the screen, on the righthand side below the anti-shake symbol - can anyone tell me what this is and how to get rid of it?
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It is a travel destination indicator for the time setting on the camera. Please read page 68 in the reference section of the manual (page 68 with symbol of binoculars)you can download the manual here:
https://support.nikonusa.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/17492/~/reference-manual---coolpix-aw100
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Plastic ring in the box

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I have a black ring that fits around the lens what is it for?
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Answer: 
The AW100 comes with a UR-E23 Filter Adapter that fits around the lens. This filter adapter allows you to attach 40.5mm filters (not included) to the COOLPIX AW100. If you do not plan on using filters with your AW100 it is not necessary to attach the adapter.
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what scenes do you have?

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Please click on the "Tech Specs" tab on the camera webpage. All the Scene modes are listed.
http://www.nikonusa.com/en/Nikon-Pr...
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Transfer of pictures

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It doesn't seem to come with a cable to transfer photos to laptop. Does it/how to do?
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A USB cable is supplied with Coolpix AW100. You can use the UC-E6 USB cable supplied with the camera or an SD card reader to transfer pictures from the camera to your laptop. The accessories supplied with this camera are:
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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Date and Time suddenly changed to 1 year and 1 day into the past

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I did a lot of heavy shooting over the last 2 weeks. At some point the date changed to 2012 and the day reversed 1 day. So the pictures I took on the 4th of July 2013 are date stamped as July 3, 2012. I was pretty sure I didn't accidentally click on Menu, Settings, datetime, change, etc. When I got into work today as was discussing it with a colleague who has the same camera, she indicated hers did the exact same thing in March 3013. Is this a reported bug? Could the GPS have somehow reset the date? Note that the time was exactly correct, just the date was a year and a day off. Also note that pictures I took in June and prior are correct. Is there a firmware update to address this? Looking forward to a reply. cheers, Chris
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Ben https://support.nikonusa.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/13783#Top
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Took pictures without a memory card--how do I get them on my computer?

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Did not realize I didn't have my memory card in when taking pictures, I have tried using the cord but cannot find it on my computer after plugging it in.

Is there another way to transfer them to a memory card? Or even just to my computer (2008 MacBook)?
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To transfer pictures from the AW100 internal memory to the Memory card or vice versa:
1) Insert the memory card into the camera and turn the camera on.
2)Press the playback button to put the camera into playback mode.
3)Press the Menu button, then scroll all the way down and select COPY. There you will have the options to transfer pictures from the internal memory to the memory card or from the memory card to the internal memory.
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Photo preview jumps to other photo

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I have the Coolpix AW100, actually I have a few of them I've bought for work and co-workers. Whenever we preview our photos on the LCD screen if you just slightly move the camera to show to someone, the photo jumps to another photo, usually the next one. Is there a way to turn this function off or stop this from happening. It happens on every single AW100 I try it on.

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The sensitivity of the AW100 action control response can be lowered.The default setting is High. Press the menu button >Select Setup Menu> Action control response> Low, or Medium.
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