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Share the sights and sounds of your travels like never before.

Meet your new favorite travel companion, the ultra-slim, fully connected COOLPIX S9500. With the versatility of a 22x zoom super-telephoto lens, the superb image quality of an 18.1-megapixel low-light CMOS sensor and the extreme convenience of built-in Wi-Fi® and GPS, capturing and sharing the sights and sounds of your trip has never been easier. Shoot a stunning panorama landscape, then instantly share it—along with the exact location it was shot—to your compatible smartphone or tablet. When you get home, explore your photos and videos on an interactive map and relive the adventure step by step, shot after shot.
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Get close from afar

Capture distant images with a 22x wide-angle to telephoto NIKKOR glass zoom lens

Every COOLPIX is designed around a genuine NIKKOR glass lens, the legendary optics that have made Nikon famous. The COOLPIX S9500 features a 22x zoom NIKKOR lens that takes you from wide-angle group shots to telephoto close-ups in an instant. And don't worry about a little camera shake—lens-shift Vibration Reduction helps keep the shot steady even when your hands are not.
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Share amazing photos in an instant

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

The COOLPIX S9500 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 compatible 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, E-Compass and Points of Interest (POI) for creating amazing photo journals

Relive the excitement of your travels in a whole new way. The COOLPIX S9500 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 photo journeys on Google Earth™, Google+™ and other social media sites, or with the included Nikon View NX2 software. Built-in mapping and Electronic Compass also helps you navigate unfamiliar destinations, and Points of Interest (POI) show you nearby photo-ops like scenic lookouts and historic landmarks. The COOLPIX S9500 is the ultimate travel companion!

Superior low-light performance

High-performance CMOS image sensor lets you shoot without a flash

Imagine being able to shoot without a flash at weddings, concerts, parties—anywhere your flash normally fires. You won't have to interrupt a moment to capture it, and your photos and HD videos will look more natural and true to your memory. The COOLPIX S9500 performs so well in low light situations that, in most cases, using the flash is optional. Of course, when the lighting is extremely poor and you need a flash, it'll be there.

Turn some heads

Sleek, stylish design that fits in your pocket

Form and function can play nicely together, and the COOLPIX S9500 is proof. Ultra-thin and lightweight, it fits comfortably in your pocket or purse. But you won't want to hide it there—every time you pull out the COOLPIX S9500, you can expect someone to comment on its good looks. Consider it a stylish accessory for your already fashionable life.

Enjoy the view

Compose, review and share your photos and Full HD videos on a vibrant, high-resolution 3.0-inch 614,000-dot OLED display.

Dazzle with every shot

Create truly exceptional photos and Full HD videos in nearly any light. An 18.1-megapixel CMOS low-light image sensor delivers superior image quality, versatility and low-light performance.

Incredible panoramas made easy

Faced with an amazing panoramic view? Simply turn on Easy Panorama mode and start panning the camera. The COOLPIX S9500 will automatically record a series of shots and then stitch them together into one incredible, seamless panoramic photo.

Flatter your friends and family

Create beautiful photos of the people you care about. Smart Portrait System activates several features ideal for portraits, like Face Priority AF, Skin Softening, Blink Warning and more.

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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So Happy! I bought this camera for a trip to Tanzania and the Serengeti without knowing anything about it. I was thrilled with the pictures I captured, often from a moving vehicle. The videos were also wonderful. I will treasure these pictures for a lifetime. The camera is light, compact, and sooooooo easy to use, even for a novice. The pictures are clear and when enlarged are so clear that eyelashes can be seen on the giraffe and the fur and spots on a cheeta come into view. Did I say I was Happy? March 11, 2014
Excellent camera for the money..... I have used Nikon for years like the S2 & D70 with great success. I purchased the S9500 and it is the best small camera I have seen to date. Even though I adjusted the color to be a little more vivid the pictures are outstanding. The scene dial on top makes changes easy and the Wifi is out of this world. To download to my smartphone with no cables is great. I love that you can put the camera anywhere and control it remotely by your smartphone. The 22x zoom lens is excellent. The GPS is a bonus. When you pickup the S9500 you can feel the quality with a metal body. Most small cameras are cheap plastic .The best of all is when I shut off the flash and shot in the evening when the light is low, the pictures are still great. Nikon keep it up, to me you are still truly the best. January 1, 2014
New User! I've had my Coolpix for a couple of days, but I am REALLY impressed!! Thanks so much! November 30, 2013
Clear, crisp pictures Great Zoom. Used it for the first time today. I was told by Dodd Camera that it would be even better than the camera that I was replacing. (I dropped it when the lens was extended.) They were right. November 25, 2013
Amazing "walk around" camera I'm 66, and have been "Nikon" for just over 50 years. My prime camera is a D5100 (shortly to be a D5300 - would buy the D800 but it's too heavy and I don't need 40 x 60 blowups or make pro movies! The S9500 is an amazing camera. If you take the time (highly recommended) to really read through the complete manual (on the DVD not the "short" user guide) and practice going through the menus, you have a semi-pro camera that will produce very high quality pictures that you can blow up to 11x14 or even 16x20 (if you got lighting, focus, and exposure spot on). My only issue is a ton of noise on video in low light conditions. You can adjust for exposure and color balance in post, but it can't touch video that has been taken with a larger sensor. Check out and compare the specs to this and most other Coolpix cameras (at any price). You will see that this is virtually the top of the line. October 22, 2013
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Is the wifi used for GPS Assist location finding?

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The S9500 built in WIIFI cannot be use to assist the GPS with determining location. The purpose of the WI-FI is to enable the camera to transfer pictures to a Smart device wireless.
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can I download a manual on how to operate

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Yes, a copy of the COOLPIX S9500 manual can be downloaded from this address:
http://support.nikonusa.com/app/ans...

Note: This manual covers operating both the COOLPIX S9500 and the COOLPIX S9400.
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Does this camera have a burst mode?

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Yes, the S9500 has continuos burst mode and it is indicated in the Technical specification of the Camera.
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To turn off the sound that the camera makes when you first turn it on, you will need to turn off the button sound.

(1)Press the menu button.
(2)Using the rotary multi selector, scroll down and highlight the wrench tool, and press OK(setup menu)
(3)Scroll down and select "Sound Settings" and press OK
(4) Highlight "Button Sound" and press OK
(5) Highlight "Off" and press OK.

see page 77 of the S9500 reference manual in the link below:
http://support.nikonusa.com/app/ans...
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Which Nikon cases are compatible with this camera?
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The case in the link below fits the S9500.
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When I turn off the camera while a GPS log is being recorded, the S9500 camera displays a warning and then freezes up for 10 seconds before turning off. This is an unnecessary annoyance since I have to wait for the lens to retract before putting it away. Is there any way to disable this warning or, at least, to dismiss it earlier so the camera shuts down when I want it to?
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The camera displays a warning message, "GPS tracking will continue while the camera is off, increasing the drain the on the battery".

To disable the message, you will need to end GPS Log in your camera GPS settings.
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Can I change exposure time for creative pictures?

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Unfortunately not, the S9500 exposure time cannot be change manually.
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can the file size be changed on the coolpix s9500?

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The file size can be change using the view NX 2 software included with the camera.
Resizing the image will change the file size.

Instructions are in the link below.
http://support.nikonusa.com/app/ans...
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Is there a polarizor filter available for the COOLPIX S9500?

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No
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what is the difference between 18.1mp and 18.1*mp

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Nothing "*" is an asterisk denoting there is a footnote.
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How do I find the Nikon S9500's mac address?

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I have the S9500. It does not have a mac address. The wifi in this camera is not for connecting to the internet. check your user manual.
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What standard is used for the format of the GPS log file?

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I'm having trouble converting the GPS .log file into a standard .gpx file used by most programs. Even GPSBabel, which supports dozens of different file formats, doesn't seem to have a converter that works. If this is in a proprietary format, does Nikon have software that will convert it into a standard .gpx file?
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Nikon GPS uses NMEA 0183.
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I've been playing with both the IOS and Android apps and have been unable to transfer the "edited" photos in my camera to my device. Is this a shortcoming of the camera or the application? Is there a setting that I missed somewhere? If this requires either an app update or firmware update, when will it be available?
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Use your android or iPhone/iPad and download the Nikon app, setup the wifi on your s9500 and connect your phone or smart device. Launch app and enjoy.
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LED SCREEN

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CAN YOU SEE THE SCREEN IN BRIGHT LIGHT? LIKE AT THE BEACH?
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Yes. The S9500 has an OLED monitor with anti-reflection coating.
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No, The S9500 cannot transfer pictures to a computer over WI-FI. The USB cable will need to be use.
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Before following this instruction, If you have made changes to the wifi setting in the camera, please access the setup menu (wrench) and select "Reset All" and reset the camera to the default settings before continuing.
First, you will need to download an app called WMU (Wireless Mobile Utility) to your iPhone 5. The app can be downloaded free of charge from the application store on your iPhone 5. You must also have a fully charge battery in your camera, and an approved memory card from the list in the link below.
https://support.nikonusa.com/app/an...

(1)Press the menu button on your camera.
(2) Scroll up or down to 'Setup' (wrench) and press OK.
(3)Scroll up or down and highlight 'WiFi' Options' and press OK.
(4)Scroll up or down 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 no 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. you will not be able to highlight "WiFi Network': It will be grey 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.

Next, go to the Settings on your iPhone 5 and turn on 'Wi-Fi'. After a few seconds your iPhone 5 will display a list of networks that you can connect to. Tap on the network that is the same name as the SSID displayed on your camera screen.
Once your Iphone 5 is connected to the Camera network, you will see 'Negotiating' on the camera screen. At that point , you should lunch the WMU app that you downloaded to your iPhone 5.
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how do i clean the lens

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When the Wi-Fi on the camera is unlit or shaded out how do I turn that on? I am trying to pair with my S III phone.
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First, you will need to download an app called WMU (Wireless Mobile Utility) to your apple or android smart device. The app can be downloaded free of charge from the application store on your smart device. You must also have a fully charge battery in your camera, and an approved memory card . (see page 22 of your manual for the list of approved memory cards)

(1)Press the menu button on your camera.
(2) Scroll down to 'Setup' (wrench) and press OK.
(3)Scroll down and highlight 'WiFi Options' and press OK.
(4)Scroll down 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 no 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. you will not be able to highlight "WiFi Network'.

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.

Next, go to the settings on your android phone/table or Iphone/Ipad and turn on 'Wi-Fi' and after a few seconds your phone, tablet, or Ipad will display a list of networks that you can connect to. 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 lunch the WMU app that you downloaded to your smart device.

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The "Take Photo" option in the app can be use to take photos and immediately download them to your smart device.
The "View Photo" option in the app can be use to view and select multiple images already on the memory card and transfer them to your smart device.
To mark multiple images for tranfer on an android device, press on one of the images for a few seconds and you will be shown the option to select multiple images.
To mark multiple images for tranfer on an apple device, tap the "Select" option located in the bottom right corner of the screen, then tap on each picture you would like to mark for transfer.
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Hi there,

I would like to know if the following SD card will be compatible with the CoolPix S9500:

Samsung 64GB Pro-Extereme Secure Digital Extended (SDXC) Class 10 UHS-1 (Model name: MB-SGCGB).

See attached manufacturer's description.

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Unfortunately the memory card you've listed have not been tested by Nikon and therefore we cannot recommend it. The list of tested and approved memory cards for the Coolpix S9500 are in the link below.
https://support.nikonusa.com/app/an...
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Where is the "Wireless Mobile Utility?

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Entering "Wireless Mobile Utility" in the app store for iPad does not come up with any app for Nikon. There are 7 search results for other equipment, but nothing for Nikon.
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The Wireless Mobile Utility for both iPhone and iPad shows up in the App Store under iPhone Apps. Even though the WMU works on both platforms, it will not come up if you search only for iPad Apps.
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can this camera take black and white photos?

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Nikon Coolpix S9500 Digital Camera
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Yes it has a black and white scene mode.
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Why did the camera lock-up and would not take a picture

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I reformatted the SD chip and I have not seen the problem since. Time will tell.
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The issue could be cause by the SD card in the camera. Please make sure you are using an approved SD card in the S9500. The list of NIKON tested and approved SD cards for the S9500 are in the link below.
https://support.nikonusa.com/app/an...

1)Remove memory card from the S9500 and turn it on.
2)Press the camera menu button, then Scroll down and highlight 'Setup Menu' (Wrench) .
3) Scroll down and select 'Format Memory' and press OK, then highlight 'Format' and press OK.
4)Scroll down and highlight 'Reset All', and press OK, then highlight 'Reset' and press OK.
5)Try using the camera without the SD card in it. If the issue persist, please contact NIKON Technical Support for assistance.
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Would Nikon be willing to make the Nikon Wireless Mobility app available for Kindles on the amazon store?

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Thank you for asking. Unfortunately we cannot speculate about future products or updates until official information is announce on our website: www.nikonusa.com
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TriPods ?

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I need general guidance ( or specific recommendations ) about which TriPods are compatible with the S9500.

I do see the Tech Specs say " Tripod Socket ¼ in. ".

Any additional information would be greatly appreciated.
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The tripod socket is a standard size so it will fit any tripod. If you are going to buy one dont go cheap as cheap tripods are not very stable, look for something like Manfrotto, Benro, Silk or Giottos.
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When I make a picture and apply a quick effect on it, how can I transfer it to my computer?

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All the pictures for which i applied a quick effect are not downloaded to the computer.
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Please use the USB cable and Nikon view NX 2 software to transfer pictures from the S9500 to your computer. Nikon View NX 2 software can be downloaded from the link below. If the issue persist, please contact Nikon Technical Support for assistance.
https://support.nikonusa.com/app/an...
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How do I get my new S9500 to communicate with my smartphone?

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I have installed the wumu program onto my Samsung Galaxy S4. To connect to the phone and use the Wi-i, the manal for the Coolpix S9500 directs me to the Menu, Setup, Wi-Fi Options, Wi-fi Network.

The camera will not allow me to click on the Wi-Fi Network. It is "grayed out" and the cursor skips it when I try to open it.
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The Wi-Fi option in the S9500 menu will be grayed out if there is no memory card inserted in the camera, if the battery is not fully charged, or if an Eye-Fi card is inserted in the camera. With an approved memory card and a fully charged battery inserted you should be able to access the S9500's Wi-Fi settings and turn the on the Wi-Fi.
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is there "Fisheye" effect on CoolPix S9500 ?

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Yes, the S9500 has a Fisheye Quick Effect option. More information about this effect can be found on page 15 of the Reference section of the S9500 manual. A copy of the S9500 manual can be downloaded from this address: https://support.nikonusa.com/app/an... .
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Is there any standard adapter available so as to use lens?

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i want to use macro lens
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No, it is a fixed lens camera so no other lenses can be used
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Filmware update soon?

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Are you gonna issue a filmware update to address the focus issues? very often gets focus then is not then again, and in low light is very inconsistent more than with good light and it takes very long after taking one picture to be ready for the next one
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Please contact Nikon Support from the link below for assistance with your issue.
https://support.nikonusa.com
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how to transfer pictures to iphoto

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