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The rush lasts a moment. The memory lasts a lifetime.

If you spend more time hanging from belay lines than waiting in club lines, if a snowy forecast makes you grin ear to ear, if you measure your weekends by bumps and bruises, meet your next favorite piece of gear: the waterproof, freezeproof and shockproof* COOLPIX AW110. Built as rugged as you, the COOLPIX AW110 captures your extreme moments as mind-blowing photos, Full HD 1080p videos and ultra-smooth slow motion sequences. With built-in Wi-Fi® for instant sharing, a full-featured GPS with mapping, Points of Interest and Electronic Compass plus all the imaging power of a Nikon, you can finally bring home the rush of going big.
VR image stabilization
Motion Detection
ISO 3200
CMOS
Clear Color Display
Smart Portrait System
Scene Auto Selector
Subject Tracking
Full HD
Rugged Reliability
GPS
Built-in World Map
3D Mode
Wi-Fi

Ready for extreme adventures

Waterproof, shockproof and freezeproof

The COOLPIX AW110 can handle all that Mother Nature can throw at it. Take it diving to depths of up to 59-feet. Shoot at temperatures as cold as 14° F. And don't sweat drops of up to 6.6 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 Action Control brings fast and easy operation to gloved hands. The COOLPIX AW110 lets you capture every thrilling moment from inside the action—not the sidelines.

Share amazing photos in an instant

Built-in Wi-Fi® for easily sharing your shots anytime, anywhere

The COOLPIX AW110 makes it easier than ever to share beautiful views of your world.Take a great shot and instantly send it to your compatible smartphone, tablet or any Wi-Fi device. Then use your smart device to email it, text it, or upload it to your favorite social networking or photo album sites—share it the same way you normally share online. Your friends and family will be amazed by the shots you share!

See where you've been

Built-in GPS, mapping, Electronic Compass and Points of Interest (POI) for creating amazing photo journals

Relive the excitement of your travels in a whole new way. The COOLPIX AW110 records the exact location of each shot you take, so you can follow the path of your adventure and every stunning view along the way! Share your journeys on Google Earth™, Google+™, and other social networking sites, or with the included Nikon View NX2 software. Built-in mapping and Electronic compass also help you navigate unfamiliar destinations, and Points of Interest (POI) show you nearby photo-ops like scenic lookouts and historic landmarks. The COOLPIX AW110 is the ultimate travel companion!

Record superior videos

1080p Full HD videos with stereo sound for dazzling movies

If you want a compact camera that shoots stunning Full HD videos, the COOLPIX AW110 delivers. 1080p Full HD means exceptional video quality. Record the action, then connect to an HDTV and watch your videos come alive. A built-in mic records high-quality audio in stereo. Your videos will look and sound phenomenal.

Superior low-light performance

The COOLPIX AW110's highly sensitive CMOS image sensor performs so well in low-light situations that in most cases, using the flash is optional. Capture the moment without interrupting it.

Don't sweat a little camera shake

Lens-shift Vibration Reduction helps ensure all of your photos and videos are steady, even if your hands are not. Say goodbye to blurry photos, shaky videos and tripods.

Focus where you want it

Kids and pets are always on the go. Fortunately, the COOLPIX AW110 includes Subject Tracking, which automatically locks onto a moving subject and helps keep it in focus until you're ready to take the shot.

Sharper photos of moving subjects

When your subject is moving fast, Motion Detection automatically kicks in and selects a faster shutter speed and higher ISO (light sensitivity) to help you get sharper, clearer photos.

WI-FI COMPATIBILITY

This camera's built-in Wi-Fi® capability can only be used with a compatible iPhone®, iPad®, and/or iPod touch® or smart devices running on the Android™ operating system. The Wireless Mobile Utility application must be installed on the device before it can be used with this camera.
For compatibility and to download the application, please visit:

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Easy to use and carry I bought this one as soon as it was available. I have taken it on some cruises, to the beach, on the kayak and on the trail. I have never had to worry about it getting wet, unlike some of my friends. The is best waterproof camera that I have owned. I have owned 2 others. April 8, 2014
Love the quality and ease of use!!! Perfect camera for beach, snorkeling and everyday!!! I bought this camera at Costco in St. Louis, Missouri and couldn't believe I was getting 16 mega pixels, full 1080 HD video and a Nikon that was waterproof for the price!!! I had read a few negative reviews but decided to give it a try. We literally hit the water running with this camera!!! Daily snorkeling in Cozumel, diving up to 20 or more feet for close ups, taking it in the pool and getting funny looks from others thinking we just ruined our camera and much more. I have also used it back in the U. S. for birthday parties, hiking and everyday pictures. I am finding I don't even want to use my Canon or IPhone for pictures anymore!!! The negative reviews I did read are more like just using common sense when using the camera. Be sure to properly close the battery compartment before getting wet and allow camera to dry and remove sand or debris with the little brush they provide you with before opening. As far as foggy lenses go think of it like your sunglasses. If you have it in air conditioning or cool weather and all of a sudden you try to use it in the sun or warm water it may fog up a little. I only experienced this 1 time and all I had to do was wipe it off. In my opinion it is a great, compact, easy to use, well priced, quality and underwater capable camera!!! Would I buy it again? Most definitely!!! I hope some of you will find this information useful!!! February 25, 2014
Great options I like the GPS and the waterproof feature. Very compact too. February 20, 2014
Best in class I lost my Nikon AW-110 in the woods while hunting in early January 2014. It spent 4 weeks alone, naked and afraid in the rain, snow and single digit temps. I found it, dripping wet in the snow last weekend and feared for it's survival. I hit the power switch and "bing" it turned on. I pressed the shutter switch --"click" --and a picture appeared on the screen. Fantastic!! If you need professional pics--get a pro DSLR. If you need an underwater camera--buy one. if you want a tough camera for the outdoors the that takes great pics and videos then the AW-110 can do it. Tough and reliable it's the best point and click I've ever owned. The best in class I now have 3 Nikon point and clicks, one Nikon DSLR and one SLR that all work great. I also have 3 "other brand" "digital cameras--all broken. I just ordered a new rifle scope --a Nikon . As an outdoor person I appreciate quality and durability. February 5, 2014
Very happy so far... Purchased this camera to replace the my older point ant shoot I went snorkeling with in the pocket of my trunks that was not designed to get wet... I have used it once snorkeling as well as indoors and outdoors on cruise ship excursions and like the camera very well (over 4 days). The photos and video look very good and it is easy to use in the water and out. I do not have a laptop to review the photos on a large HD screen but I will be surprised if there are any issues for me as a casual user. I like the GPS option and found the compass function to be a nice touch. The compass is visible in the display when shooting and reviewing making situational awareness much better when traveling in unfamiliar areas. The one feature the was a bit of a pain (and it may be user error...) is the GPS log function. It seems that every time it logs a position, it takes over the screen and I had to turn the camera off and back on to take a photo. I just now have Internet access am downloading the full manual and will be able to look at that. A quick start manual is all that was included in the box. It also does not have an SD card and my old one was ruined by the swim... November 30, 2013
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What is the benfit of having Wi-fi other than instant uploading to social media?

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The purposes of the AW110 wi-fi are:

1)Take photos wirelessly using a smart device.
You can display the shooting screen of the camera on your smart device and operate the camera by remote control. The pictures shot by remote control can be copied to your smart device.
*Operations order than turning on and off the camera cannot be perform during remote control operation.

2)View Pictures.
You can copy the pictures saved in the camera memory card to your smart device.
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coolpix aw110 has black screen, why?

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Please use the information in the link below to contact Nikon support for assistance.
http://support.nikonusa.com/app/ans...
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Not playing back images????

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I have put in 3 different SD cards and it shows that its taking the pics and but I can't seem to play them back. What is wrong or needs to be changed?
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Please contact Nikon Technical Support for help with this question. For information on how to contact Nikon please visit: http://support.nikonusa.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/238 .
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Please provide more information on 3D photo's taken with the AW110.

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The camera takes one picture for each eye to simulate a three-dimensional image on a 3D-compatible TV or monitor. After pressing the shutter-release button to shoot the first frame, move the camera horizontally to the right until the guide on the screen overlaps the subject. The camera automatically captures the second image when it detects that the subject is aligned with the guide.
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The Wi-Fi network menu option is grayed out and is listed as "OFF". How do I turn it on? My firmware version is 1.0.
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Wi-Fi network cannot be selected in the following situations:
• When an HDMI, USB or audio/video cable is connected to the camera
• When no memory card is inserted in the camera
• When an Eye-Fi card is inserted in the camera
• When the battery is not fully charge.
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Hi, I just bought a new Nikon AW110. And tried to sink it in a basin (about 1m depth) for about 10 minutes.
And when I took it up, clean and brush all of the body. I open the battery seal and I see some water drop around the battery place, but it's not enter the battery and the port area (just in the edges)

Also, when I tried to shake my camera. There are some water splashing from the body, seems like it's enter the front body. Is it normal?

But after that, it's still working normal. I'm just worry that I can't use it in the sea or in a deep pool.
Thank you.
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As long as it is working normally, I think you should be fine. Just don't open the battery compartment until the camera is fully dry and stop shaking the camera unnecessarily.
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I am unable to connect my brand new AW100 to my iphone 5. I have installed the APP on my phone but I cannot get them to connect

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I have tried to changed the channel on the camera several times but to no avail. I have tried everything in the manual. Please advise.
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The AW100 does not have a wifi feature. If what you have is the AW110, the setup instruction is below.

First, you will need to download an application called WMU (Wireless Mobile Utility) to your Apple INC or Android smart device. The application can be downloaded free of charge from the application store on your smart device. You must also have a fully charge battery and an SD Card in the AW110.

(1)Press the menu button on the AW110.
(2) Highlight the wrench and press OK.
(3)Scroll down and highlight 'WiFi Options' and press OK.
(4)Scroll UP and select WiFi Network and press OK, then select 'ON' and press OK.
Note: If your battery is not fully charge, or if there is not a memory card in the camera, or if the usb cable is plug into the camera, or if an Eye-Fi card is in the camera, "WiFi Network' will be greyed out.

Once 'Wi-FI network' is activated on your camera, you will see an SSID(network name) display on the camera screen, and you will also see four square boxes going around on the camera screen.

5. Go to the settings menu on your Android phone/ Android tablet or IPhone/IPad and turn On it's Wi-Fi setting. After a few seconds, your phone, tablet, or Ipad will display a list of available wi-fi networks that you can connect to.

6.Tap on the network that is the same name as the SSID displayed on your camera screen.

Once your smart device is connected to the Camera network, you will see 'Negotiating' on the camera screen. At that point , you should open up the WMU application that you downloaded to your smart device.

If you still need assistance, you can contact Nikon Support from the link below for assistance.
https://support.nikonusa.com
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battery

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The COOLPIX AW110 takes an EN-EL12 battery.
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How do I take a video that's longer than 7 seconds?

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When I push the button that is all the time it allows for video. I haven't even taken pictures on it so there isn't anything in the memory to take up space. Do I have to have a memory card in order to take longer videos?
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Yes, you need a memory card. Here is the approved memory card list.
https://support.nikonusa.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/18482/~/approved-memory-cards---coolpix-aw110
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how do i enable the wifi on my nikon aw110? do i need an eyefi wifi sd card?

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An EYE-FI card is not needed. The AW110 has a built in WI-FI feature for transferring pictures from the camera to a smart device, and remote control of the camera shutter and zoom using the Smart device (Apple or Android). WI-FI can be enable via the camera Setup menu. You will need an SD card. This list of approved sd cards for the AW110 are in the link below. You will also need to download the WMU app from the google play store or apple app store to your smart device.
https://support.nikonusa.com/app/an...

The WI-FI Network option in the camera setup menu will be greyed out if the camera battery is low. when there is no memory card in the camera, If there is an eye-fi card in the camera or if the USB camera is plugged into the camera.
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My camera and my iPad can't seem to connect. Is there a trick? It won't get past the negotiating.

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The Negotiation screen is an indication that you are fully connected and you should open up the WMU application on your iPad. If you do not have the wireless mobile utility app installed on your iPad, you can search and download it from Apple app store using your iPad. The app will only show up as a iphone app, so you will need to change the settings when you are in the store so that the ipad shows iPhone apps.

see page 91-93 in your manual, or contact technical support for a walk through setup if you are still having issues.
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Does the wi-fi feature only work with smart phones or can I transfer the photos wirelessly to my laptop through my home network? Thanks!

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I am looking for a GPS rugged camera with wi-fi capability, however I do not have a cell phone or a tablet. I do have a laptop with Windows 7. Can I use the wi-fi functionality with that set-up? I live in a very remote location without cell / 3G,LTE service, but we do have internet access.

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No, at this time, the application (WMAU) that is required to use the WI-FI function of the AW100 camera is only compatible with apple and android smart devices such as smartphones, tablets, and IPads.
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How does one get Photo data on playback of photos already taken? When shooting, one depresses the shutter release halfway, the camera displays the shutter speed and F-stop. When I look at my playback the display only shows date , picture number and altimeter/depth. I've never had a digital camera that does not display this information. It is useful to know speed and f-stop so that you can modify results in further shoots. I imagine I could find the EXIF data in Photoshop, but I'd like to know were in the camera I could find it. I found nothing in the pdf manual regarding this issue.
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