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The ideal camera for an active family

Soccer games, first days of school, weekend trips to the beach…don’t forget the camera! Compact enough to tuck in a pocket or purse and fast enough to be ready in an instant, the COOLPIX S6300 will capture the wide variety of activities your family enjoys. Its powerful 10x optical zoom-NIKKOR glass lens and high-resolution 16.0-megapixel CMOS sensor delivers exceptional photos and Full HD (1080p) movies with stereo sound in any setting. Catch moments around a dimly lit birthday cake or sun soaked days at the lake in brilliant Nikon quality.
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NIKKOR ED glass Lens
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Portable versatility

Compact, powerful 10x optical zoom

Imagine the photos and movies you can capture with a compact camera that features a powerful 10x optical zoom lens. Vary your shots: zoom out to capture the fun and laughter at a party, zoom in to frame a winning goal. Your photos and HD movies will be sharp and clear thanks to the S6300’s versatile 10x optical Zoom-NIKKOR glass lens (25–250mm) with built-in optical VR Image Stabilization technology.

Capture all the family action

High-resolution 16.0 MP CMOS sensor

With the S6300’s 16.0 MP CMOS sensor, awesome images can be shot under challenging low-light conditions. Capture spontaneous fast action with this highly responsive camera. The CMOS sensor technology directs a maximum amount of light to each pixel to render high image quality even when the light is dim.
Nighttime cityscape photo demonstrating the COOLPIX S6300's low-light shooting capabilities.
Still image from an HD (1080p) movie shot with the COOLPIX S6300.

Bring it home in motion

Full HD (1080p) movies with stereo sound

Touch a button and start your movie recording with continuous autofocus and stereo sound! Memorable moments are saved in Full HD (1080p). Get creative and have fun recording slow- and fast-motion movies, too. When you’re ready, play back your movies and photos on an HDTV (via the camera’s HDMI port) or a computer. Best yet, upload to the Web to share your memories with everyone.
Panoramic photo demonstrating the COOLPIX S6300's Easy Panorama Mode.

Wide-view panoramas

Get 180º and 360º views of your world

Easy Panorama Mode combines multiple shots into a seamless 180º or 360º panoramic image. Begin by focusing on your starting point. Once the camera detects your directional pan, the shooting starts and images begin stitching together in-camera. Use the handy in-monitor guidelines to keep the view aligned and track your progress. Amazing!

Make it fun for all

A host of in-camera Special Effects

Apply in-camera Special Effects such as Low Key, High Key, Nostalgic Sepia, even Selective Color to add a creative touch to images and movies. Or, add a creative Filter Effect like Fisheye or Miniature to your still shots in playback.
Two photos demonstrating two of the COOLPIX S6300's special effects modes.
Product views demonstrating the simple controls of the COOLPIX S6300.
Great photos have never been easier

The S6300 is so easy to use—just turn on the camera and shoot! Super simple camera operation starts with minimal buttons and modes.

Portrait of a young woman demonstrating the COOLPIX S6300's Smart Portrait System.
Flattering portraits every time

You’ll love Nikon’s Smart Portrait System with Smile Timer, a mode that automatically recognizes when a subject is smiling and releases the shutter.

Graphic representing the COOLPIX S6300's 3D Photos feature.
Add another dimension to your photos

The remarkable S6300 is capable of 3D still image photography! Enjoy viewing these still images simply by connecting to a 3D HDTV using the camera’s HDMI connection.

Sequence of photos demonstrating the COOLPIX S6300's fast continuous shooting.
Capture fast moving subjects

Don't let a rapidly moving subject be a challenge for your photography. The S6300 features quick start-up and shoots a blazing fast 6 shots in approximately one second.

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IT is Great fun and good ------------------------------------- May 23, 2014
Great for all my needs! I am a jewelry designer/metalsmith. This camera works for all my up close photos of jewelry and tutorials that I make. The audio is amazing. I record my guitar player/hubby at his shows and it records audio beautifully. I highly recommend this camera. I have been using it for over two years now. And I have to admit I have dropped it several times and it's still working great. Thank goodness. December 14, 2013
great camera for a compact I really like that image quality and the battery life is great took 400 pic at a weeding (moderate zoom light flash, and light video taking) The size is great to take on trips September 25, 2013
My S6300 is AMAZING! I use this camera at work and for personal pictures. I take photos for several online auction sites and website photos, as well as using it for family pictures and vacations. I absolutely love the S6300. It's been one of the only cameras that I've ever kept around instead of using my phone. I'm by no means a professional photographer or anything like that, but as far as personal use goes this is DEFINITELY a good camera. I would recommend this to anyone looking for an easy to use, good quality camera. August 1, 2013
Great camera! Love the size, ease of use, and the quality of the pictures! May 27, 2013
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How can I download pictures to computer?

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New camera. Just installed ViewNX2. Trying to download photos from camera to computer for first time. Selected program per instructions, but nothing happens. At first the little green light was blinking rapidly. Now nothing.
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I am using Windows 7. 64 bit. home premium. works good with s6300.
i Just use the usb Cable. plug usb end into computer usb,Plug it into the bottom of the camera, wait a few seconds and the green light comes on on the camera around the on off button and a window opens in the lower right hand corner of the screen, it uses windows to import Photo's.
i am not using view nx2.
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Plug your camera in and then open view nx 2, once you have done click on the transfer tab and transfer should then so you can upload your images that way.
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how do you prevent red eye on this camera

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i don't like the look of fixing red eye sometimes just black dots are left and make peoples eyes loo scary I would like to prevent when taking pictures
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Push the upper arrow on the multi selector, choose the flash bolt with the eye next to it ( just below auto then press OK. That turns on red eye reduction, it is a pre flash.
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The S6300 has red eye reduction. See page 62 and page 63 of the user manual.
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Extending the amount of time a video can be recorded

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I just bought the S6300 (Red) camera the other day. I have tried recording video and learning all the features this camera has. I have a SanDisk 32GB card but for some reason I can only take video in increments of 29minutes regardless of how much space is left. Perhaps I have a setting wrong. Is there a way to extending the time?
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editor in the included Nikon View NX2 software.
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You are limited to 29 minutes or 4gb of file size. It cannot be extended. To make a longer video just briefly start and stop the recording then stitch the clips together on the movie
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Where do I purchase the memory card. I don't see it on your web site.

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Nikon does not sell memory cards, you can purchase them at any electronics retailer.
Here is a list of the approved cards:
http://support.nikonusa.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/17757/~/approved-memory-cards---coolpix-s6300
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Cards can be bought from just about anywhere, so no real need for Nikon to sell them. Google has the answer.
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Price cheaper than a model already out? Why?

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Why is the price cheaper than the 6200 model? Does that mean despite it being a higher number model wise, it's a cheaper product or less quality? Baffling if you ask me. Please explain! I want this camera. Thank you! :)
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Camera pricing depends on market condition and demand. You can use the comparison tool in our website in order to compare the specifications of both cameras side by side to see which one will fits your needs within your price range. Also, the improvements made to the newer model.
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What date will this camera be avaliable to buy?

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Would like to get it for my wife for her birthday on the 2/26
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The new COOLPIX S6300 was release a couple of weeks back and it’s usually available after 30 to 45 days after release date. You may want to check with your local dealer or keep visiting our Nikon store.
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Where can I buy the CoolPix S6300?

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The new COOLPIX S6300 was release a few weeks back and it’s usually available after 30 to 45 days after release date. You may want to check with your local dealer or keep visiting our Nikon store.
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what's the longest duration of movies filmed @ full hd

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this is for my wife, I need something east oo use, yet long enough for parties et all.
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The maximum file size for a single movie is 4GB and the maximum movie length for a single movie is 29 minutes, even when there is sufficient free space on the memory card for longer recording.
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How long is the delay from the time one presses the shutter release button until the photo is actually taken?

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I have a CoolPix S4 and the delay from the time I press the shutter release until the camera snaps the photo seems to be over a second. In order to take a decent photo, I must hold the camera still for a few seconds after I press the shutter release or the photo will be blurred. Is the delay for this new Nikon the same as with the older S4?
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Most of the time shooting delay is caused by focusing. Press the button half way down (and hold it in) and let the camera pre-focus; when the subject is perfect press the button the rest of the way to shoot. With a bit of practice it is easy to get the perfect photo.
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Which SD card for HD video

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The various SD cards (SD, SDHC, SDXC) come in different sizes and speeds depending on the class of the cards. What is needed to ensure that the storage media is not a limiting factor when using this camera for the more data intensive operations? What is the maximum data transfer rate of the camera? How large are the files that are created when shooting HD video?
Long story short, for satisfactory performance do I need a 2 TB class 10, SDXC card or a 2 GB class 1 SD card? Or something in between?
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Memory cards with an SD Speed Class rating of 6 or faster are recommended for recording movies. When using a memory card with a lower Speed Class rating, movie recording may stop unexpectedly. SD memory card, SDHC memory card, SDXC memory card
SanDisk 2 GB1 4 GB, 8 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB 64 GB
TOSHIBA 2 GB1 4 GB, 8 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB 64 GB
Panasonic 2 GB1 4 GB, 8 GB, 12 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB 48 GB, 64 GB
Lexar – 4 GB, 8 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB 64 GB, 128 GB
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can you by it 3/9/12

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There is not enough information to answer specifically.
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Can I charge the battery using my laptop computer and a USB connection?

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Yes, you can connect the camera to the laptop and charge your camera using the USB cable.
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How long does it take

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After shooting "Up to 7 shots at approx. 6 frames per second" how long is it before I can take another series of "Up to 7 shots at approx. 6 frames per second?"
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As soon as the camera is done recording the images, just release the shutter and press it again in order to take another series of photos.
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Does it come with a charger?

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Does it come with a batter charger?
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It comes with the EH-69P AC Adapter/Charger.
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Zoom during video

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I was wondering if you are able to zoom in and out of the subject while the camera is recording.
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Yes, you can zoom in and out while recording videos.
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Does the camera have auto fucus?

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The s6200 has auto focus and automatically chooses the scene mode for you. Does this camera do that also?
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Yes, the COOLPIX S6300 has auto focus and Scene auto selector that the camera simplifies by automatically selecting the optimum scene mode.
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Is there a difference?

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I was also looking at the S6200 and they look pretty much the same. I was wondering what some of the biggest differences are.
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You can use the comparison tool in our website in order to compare the specifications of both cameras side by side to see the improvements made to the newer model.
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Press MENU button > tab SETUP > Sound Settings.
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What is the time lag between 2 shots in auto mode in S6300. How can i increase the speed as i feel my camera is taking more time as compared to the ot

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Most of the time shooting delay is caused by focusing. Also, the image size and quality (time saving the image into memory card).
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can a full hd shot movie in s6300 be viewed on a hd ready tv

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Yes, you can view a fulld HD (1080p) video recorded with the COOLPIX S6300 on a HD Ready TV or device.
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Night photos

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I have an old Kodak and know it will not do well at night. I am going to Paris and want to take pics at night of the eiffel tower. Will this camera do that well without a lot of work involved?
I am still researching if I should buy this model or a different one.
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Nikon’s CMOS sensor technology directs a maximum amount of light to each pixel to render high image quality even when the light is dim. Please click on the link below for Low Light samples images:
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Monitors in sunlight

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Traditionally digital camera monitors "wash out" in bright sunlight so that they are hard to use. The new 4300/6300/9300 cameras do not have viewfinders as a backup. Will the new 4300/6300/9300's still have this problem or do they display effectively in sunlight?
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COOLPIX models have different monitor settings for brightness.
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Would this camera be good for an outdoor concert?

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The COOLPIX S6300 has great resolution in low light condictions, and 10x optical zoom lens. Please click on the link below for sample images:
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Can you selectively focus the shot in one area, as opposed to autofocus?

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As in, if there was a flower in the foreground, and a face in the background....could I focus on the flower instead of the face? Can I scroll or whatnot to set my focus where I want it? Obviously, I can't adjust the lens...but I can I adjust the focus some other way?
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Please click on the link below for information:
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Does it matter if we use class 4 or class 10 memory SDHC on S6300

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Yes, class 10 sdhc cards have a much faster transfer rate.
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Our grandaughter will be going to Ethiopia for two years with the Peace Corps.with a new S6300. Their voltage is 220.

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What will be needed to properly charge the battery
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She will need to use a step-down converter to plug into the 220 voltage outlet. A converter will most likely need to be used for all electronics that she brings with her from the USA. They are easily found in electronics stores and online. Also, when you are purchasing the converter, make sure that it comes with the correct plug shape for Ethiopia. Not all countries around the world use the same plug that we do here in the states.
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At the moment there are no firmware updates for this camera.
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Does the S6300 allow for time-lapse photography?

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The S6300 doesn't have the Time Lapse photography feature.
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Will S6300 work with I Mac G5 10.4?

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All COOLPIX models are compatible with MAC OS.
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Wrong file storage of S6300

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I recently bought a S6300. I was under the impression it recorded movies in MPEG-4 format. The movies are in .MOV file not .MP4. I want a camera that stores files in mp4. Can I change the file storage output of the s6300 or do I need to send it back? Please write back. It's a great camera other than this issue.
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It will only record mov files but there is plenty of free conversion software.
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