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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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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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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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What is warranty period on the camera and what is covered

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In the US a 1 year manufacturers warranty, optional 2 year extended. Covers manufacturing defects but not normal wear and tear, dropping or misuse.
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Does the S6300 have a touch screen?

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No it doesn't have a touchscreen.
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Does the Camera come with the battery charger?

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Yes, battery and charger are included.
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Same message is shown when we connect camera to PC.
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Have you used this card on this camera before?
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I bought the camera in October,2012 and memory card was inserted at that time. we click one or two shots ,it was working fine. After that i use it 3days before on family trip, after taking some pics when i turn off the camera and on it to take other snaps it displayed message " This card can not be used" and ask to format it.
Please suggest any way to get the data back
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Did you try using a memory card reader? They are very inexpensive and see if that woorks. If not go on the website of the manufacturer of your memory card, theyt usual have data recovery software available.
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Does this camera have date stamp

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Yes, the S6300 can print either the date or the time and date on images. This is enabled by going into the Setup Menu (indicated by a wrench icon) and selecting Print Date. For more details on setting this up see page 71 of the reference section of the S6300 Manual. A copy of the S3200 manual can be downloaded from this address: http://support.nikonusa.com/app/ans...
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Which Coolpix camera has the best battery life for under $200?

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I'm looking for a simple camera for my wife to use, and she will take a lot of flash pictures.
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The COOLPIX camera in your price range with the longest battery life is the L310 which can take up to 1130 shots when using lithium AA batteries with the image mode set to 14 megapixels(4320×3240).

The next highest in your price range is the COOLPIX S30 with approximately 700 shots when using AA lithium batteries and photo size set to Large (10 megapixels) (3648×2736).

The L25 and L26 are next with approximately 680 shots when using lithium batteries with image mode set to to 16 megapixels (4608×3456) for the L26, and 10 megapixels (3648×2736) for the L25.

The S6300, which is the camera originally attached to your question, uses a rechargable Nikon EN-EL12 battery and has a maximum battery life of approximately 230 shots with image mode set to 16 megapixels (4608×3456). This is the longest battery life available in your price range with the use of a Nikon rechargeable battery.

Battery may vary depending on shooting interval and length of time menus and images are
displayed. All measurements are based on Camera and Imaging Products Association (CIPA) standards for measuring the life of camera batteries. Measured at 23 (±2) °C (69°F to 77°F); still photos with zoom adjusted with each shot, flash fired with every other shot. Data for lithium batteries apply when using two commercially available FR6/L91 (AA-size) Energizer(R) Ultimate Lithium batteries.
 
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Will Picasa 3 work with this camera?

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Picasa is just a picture editing - organising software, it is not camera specific all it will do is show your pictures and allow you to tweak them.
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Manual for my Nikon cool pix 10x

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User manual can be downloaded from the Nikon website, assuming that is what you are referring to.
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You can look at your pictures using View NX2.
Getting them printed can be done just about anywhere nowadays, just Google online printing.
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How do you send pictures from ViewNX2 to an online printer?

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Either email them using the email button whic will send them via your default email client or upload them direct to the printer from the image folder you have them in.
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s6300 says your software is not compatible with my old mac operating system. Can I use iphoto 6.0.6 internal software to download pictures?

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Yes, you can use any compatible photo software to transfer your pictures from the camera.
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What accessories come with the S6300?

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AN-CP19 Strap
UC-E6 USB Cable
EG-CP16 Audio Video Cable
EN-EL12 Rechargeable Li-ion Battery
EH-69P AC Adapter/Charger
NikonView NX 2 CD-ROM
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is it possible to shorten the time taken for pictures to show up?

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I find it quite frustrating that after taking a picture i have to wait before being able to see the picture once I've pressed the display button. it says 'please wait for the camera to finish recording'. Is it possible to make my pictures display instantly after pressing the display button?
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Try using a faster SD card such as a class10 or uhs1. The buffer in the camera will clear faster.
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can I charge my camera via the HDMI port?

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No.
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how can I mute the camera sound?

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My camera makes a loud beeping noise whenever focusing, and i want to get rid of the noise.
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The S6300 sound settings can be managed through the Set-Up menu. Press the Menu button and select the Wrench icon, then scroll down until you see "Sound Settings". Select "Sound Settings" and change the "Button Sound" setting to "Off" to disable the beeping noise. More information on the S6300 sound settings can be found on page 75 of the reference section of the S6300 manual. A copy of the S6300 manual can be downloaded from this address: http://support.nikonusa.com/app/ans...
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How can i mute my camera?

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my camera makes a loud beeping noise whil focusing and i want to get rid of it
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To turn off the focus sound in the S6300, press the menu button, scroll down to the setup menu (Wrench tool icon), then look for Sound settings, and press OK. There you should should have the option to turn off/on the button sound which causes the Noise you are referring to.

This information can also be found on page 75 of the S6300 user manual. PDF Link below.
http://support.nikonusa.com/app/ans...
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Is a loose shutter button normal?

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I got a s6300 for christmas and returned it thre next day due toa very wobbly shutter button. I exchanged it for a new camera (same model) and the shutter button is exactly the same. Is this normal with this camera? I'm thinking of returning it and getting another brand if this is typical of Nikon. I was always a Canon person.
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The outer area of the shutter release button is the toggle for zoom control and should move easily clockwise and counter clockwise until it is stopped the camera body. The center button area of the shutter release should not be loose and should only be able to pressed up and down with a normal button pressing action. If these controls are looser than described please contact Nikon Technical Support: http://support.nikonusa.com/app/ans...
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It called video noise .Its very hard to eliminate that on a point a shoot camera if you are shooting at night. I would suggest you lower your camera ISO. Try recording in a well lit condition. you can also turn on wind noise reduction from your camera movie setup.
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http://nikonimglib.com/nvnx/index_en_int.html
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Blur images

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I am getting blur images most of the time. with this camera. Please help me any settings to be corrected.
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Blur is most frequently caused by movement of the subject or camera.

If you are shooting in Auto Scene Mode it may help to manually choose your Scene Mode instead. For help choosing a scene mode review the Characteristics of Each Scene which start on page 42 of the S6300 manual.

If you are shooting in Auto Mode you can try increasing your camera's sensitivity to light by raising your ISO setting. This will allow the camera to use faster shutter speeds which help it to freeze motion. You can find detailed information about ISO sensitivity on page 41 of the Reference section of the manual. You may also want to try using the flash (manual page 62), enabling the BSS -Best Shot Selector (manual reference section page 39), enabling Vibration Reduction (manual reference section page 72) and enabling Motion Detection (manual reference section page 73).

A copy of the S6300 manual can be downloaded from this address:
http://support.nikonusa.com/app/ans...

For an informative article on shutter speed and exposure see this page on Nikonusa.com:
http://www.nikonusa.com/en/Learn-An...

If you continue to encounter difficulty please contact Nikon technical support: http://support.nikonusa.com .
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can the nikon coolpix s6300 take long exposure photos?

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Depends how long you are trying to get it, looking at the spec the max you will get is 4 seconds
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How do I take smaller pix?

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Every picture I take is >3 MB. I am not a professional photographer.
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Change the image size, refer to page 69 of your manual.
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Camera won't close, no image when open

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When i opened the camera it failed to show any image in the LED window and it will not close until i pop out the battery and put it back in
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As you described your problem is not technical enough to answer.

1. Check whether your firmware is up to date.
2. Check battery setting from menu.
3. your on/off switch is not working or your LCD connection may loose. in this case you have to go to service centre.
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I tried shooting some tennis action and almost every frame was blurred. Is the autofocus setting(s) the key?
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Try setting camera to one of the continuous modes.
Download manual and look in index for "continuous"
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Is there an actual manual for the S6300?

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I have one of these camera and wonder if there is a setting for slowing down action, such as making water foamy looking? I know I can stop the action with the "sports" setting but can't figure out if there is a way to slow it down.
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Ann
Colorado
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Colorado
Age: Over 65
Favorite Subject: Nature
Nikon Family: 21+ years
Experience: 6-12 months
Role: Semi-professional photographer
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Answer: 
Download manual :
http://support.nikonusa.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/17680/~/reference-manual---nikon-coolpix-s6300
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playback doesn't work with memory card

Jul 3, 2013 by
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Port St. Lucie, FL, USA
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I just purchased a COOLPIX S6300. Is there a certain type of memory card that must be used? I am using a High Performance Memory Card SD (made by Kodak) but the playback button doesn't work when the card is inserted. The camera shuts down (but not off) and will not come back on unless I take out the battery and reinsert then turn the camera on again. This doesn't happen when the memory card is not used. Please tell me what type of memory card to use.
1 year, 1 month ago
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LyLu
Port St. Lucie, FL, USA
Location : 
Port St. Lucie, FL, USA
Age: 35-44
Favorite Subject: Nature
Nikon Family: 0-1 years
Experience: Less than a month
Role: Occasional user, memory keeper
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Answer: 
List of approved memory cards :
https://support.nikonusa.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/17757/~/approved-memory-cards---coolpix-s6300
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What are the improvements with the new 1.1 firmware update?

Aug 30, 2013 by
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Nick
Greece
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Is there an improvement involving the quality of pictures or anything else except the charge of the battery?
1 year ago
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Nick
Greece
Location : 
Greece
Age: 18-24
Experience: 3-6 months
Role: Occasional user, memory keeper
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Battery issue only.
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I see some cameras support detachable lens,if Nikon S6300 does not support that could it be in the future to have that option?
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Answer: 
You cannot use lenses on the S6300, mainly because it is a point and shoot. I dare say it is never going to be able to have detachable lenses.
Sep 16, 2013 by
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How. To down load picture to my computer

Sep 23, 2013 by
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Bonnie
New York
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11 months ago
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Bonnie
New York
Location : 
New York
Age: 55-65
Favorite Subject: Family & Friends
Nikon Family: 2-5 years
Experience: 3-6 months
Role: Occasional user, memory keeper
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Answer: 
Read pages 81-85 of the reference manual, it can be downloaded here
https://support.nikonusa.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/17680/~/reference-manual---nikon-coolpix-s6300
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