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Zoom in and grab a great shot, then instantly share it with your friends and family.

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Pull out the stylish, ultra-slim COOLPIX S6800, zoom in and capture a beautiful photo or Full HD 1080p video, then watch it instantly appear on your compatible smartphone or tablet! Your friends won't believe the photos and videos you share—dramatic low-light shots, extreme close-ups, flattering portraits, artistic creations and so much more. And when you need maximum zoom power, zoom in to a whopping 12x optical zoom and 24x Dynamic Fine Zoom. Zoom, capture and share—it's that simple!
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Zoom in even farther with Dynamic Fine Zoom

Every COOLPIX is designed around a genuine NIKKOR glass lens, the legendary optics that have helped make Nikon famous. The COOLPIX S6800’s 12x optical zoom lens goes from wide-angle—great for portraits and landscapes—all the way up to telephoto—great for closeups of sports, concerts, nature and more. When you need even more reach, zoom up to 12x with optical zoom and 24x with Dynamic Fine Zoom, an enhanced digital zoom function that effectively doubles your reach.

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Your smartphone's new best friend

Built-in Wi-Fi® for instant photo sharing and remote camera control with a compatible smartphone or tablet

Your smartphone or tablet will be your favorite accessory! Take beautiful photos with the COOLPIX S6800 and watch them instantly appear on your compatible smartphone or tablet. Then share them without missing a beat—text them, email them, upload to your favorite social networking site—it’s your choice! You can even use your smartphone or tablet as a remote control for the COOLPIX S6800, perfect for self portraits and group shots that actually include you.


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Focus where you want it

Target Finding AF for accurate, intelligent autofocus

It's frustrating when a smartphone camera focuses on the wrong thing. With the COOLPIX S6800, Target Finding AF instantly and accurately determines your intended subject and focuses on it—not on just whatever is closest to the camera. Catch the shot you want on the first try. No more out of focus shots or the frustration of trying to get the camera to focus on the right thing.
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Let the camera call the shots

18 Scene Modes and Scene Auto Selector for effortless photos and videos

Experienced photographers optimize their camera settings to match the situation. The COOLPIX S6800 does that work for you. With 18 Scene Modes, including Beach, Snow, Night Portrait, Sunset and more, it's easy to match the moment to a Scene Mode. You can even get creative and use Scene Modes to alter ordinary shots. Or, select Scene Auto Selector and let the camera choose the best mode for your situation. 

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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 will look more natural and true to your memory. The COOLPIX S6800 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.
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Turn the ordinary into extraordinary

Easily apply fun and creative Image Effects like Selective Color, Miniature, Skin Softening and more right from the camera—no need for additional photo or video-editing software.
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Keep it steady

There’s nothing worse than a shaky handheld video. As soon as you start recording with COOLPIX S6800, Hybrid VR (Vibration Reduction) activates and combats camera shake for sharper steadier home movies.

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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.
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Great camera. I'm not in the professional photography business. Just someone that got tired of having to depend on my iPhone 6 to take pictures and eat up memory space. This little camera takes awesome pictures and videos. I love the fact that it's wireless too and that was a must for me and what ultimately made me buy this one. Connects to my iPhone (with Nikon app) just fine and does what I need it too do. March 6, 2015
A superb camera for its size and price! I have been using my Nikon S6800 now daily for over six months and I truly enjoy using this camera. I take anywhere from as few as 6 pics to 400 pics per day and this camera performs extremely well; whether in bright sunlight to near total darkness. (Not every pic comes out perfect....but since you are just "burning up" pixels vs film, it costs you nothing to take several pictures in order to attain the "perfect shot"). And the occasional videos I shoot are surprisingly good, even the sound is recorded quite well without using an external microphone. The accompanying software takes just a little time to master and transferring the pictures to your computer is as easy as plugging it in using the included USB cable. You also have the option to upload your pictures to an IOS or Android device (e.g., an iPhone, iPad, etc) wirelessly via WI-FI, which is a very cool feature. You can also use your phone as a remote control for your camera so you can place the camera on a tripod near what you are photographing and you can take pictures or videos from several yards away (such as closeups of a busy bird feeder). Just place the app on your phone and off you go! One handed photos are easily done and the VR (Vibration Resistance) really helps getting nice, clear pictures. Navigating the menus takes a bit of time and experimenting but once you spend the time to learn everything this camera will do for you, you will be rewarded with pictures that are a big cut above the everyday snapshots most people take, especially cell phone photographs. I have almost completely stopped using my phone to take pictures anymore since this camera takes up no more room in my pocket than my cell phone does and it absolutely outdoes the phone in performance and features, readily available by navigating the menus. I do not go anywhere without this camera...my iPhone is just used for phone calls now :-) (and yes, for occasional remote control of the camera). This is one of the best purchases I have made in quite some time, getting a great camera that takes GREAT pictures, is easy to use, is so portable and unobtrusive that if anything ever happens to this camera (loss, unrepairable damage, etc), I would not hesitate to immediately purchase another one. January 7, 2015
Amazed with precision and quality! I've owned the same Samsung camera for about five years now and it was also my first camera. When I received the S6800 for Christmas last year I was impressed with not only how well the pictures take but also with the built in editing software that comes along with the product since I don't have the software on my laptop to edit pictures that I take. After I finally figured out how to change the ISO and white balance, I was even more happier :) this is a product I'd recommend buying if you are looking for a digital camera because it has it all and more than I expected January 2, 2015
Superb clear pics. I tried other point and shoot camera's from other manufacturers. In the same category this surpasses my expectations. Easy to use, clear pictures, wifi, and my iPhone loves it! November 27, 2014
Awesome little camera I purchased this camera the other day and have fallen n love with it! The wifi feature is neat for my iPhone and iPad too, takes clear pictures and is dependable, worth every cent. August 10, 2014
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I had the same issue but found that the iPad would find the correct app if you set it for iPhone only in the app store and than searched for the "wireless Mobile Utility" . I down loaded this iPhone app and tested it and it worked fine on the iPad. You have to go through the Wi-Fi connect option on the camera while going to the Wi-Fi section of the setup app on the iPad to join the wi-Fi from the camera (should see the iPad connect whilke the camera says its attempting to sync). Once the iPad finds the camera as a Wi-Fi and you get a blue check mark, leave setup and open up the Wireless Mobile select picture on the camera option or if you alrady did this below the above steps it will show the S6800 listed. now all the pictures will be there once they have downloaded to the iPad (this may take some tie depending on how often you go through these steps
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The Nikon WMU works fine with my iPhone but there is no app available for the iPad. Would someone at Nikon please explain?
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How effective for action shots?

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There are several scene modes to choose from with the COOLPIX S6800. The sports scene mode can be selected during any action activity and will capture amazing shots!
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The COOLPIX S6800 does not have a touch screen interface.
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Is the Coolpix S6800 shockproof?

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I am looking to purchase the Coolpix S6800. I see icons shown below the camera on your website, but no key. Is the S6800 shockproof? Please include a key or simply words when someone hovers their mouse over the icons as this would solve some questions. Thanks!
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The COOLPIX S6800 is not a shockproof camera. The COOLPIX AW series are waterproof, freezeproof and shockproof. To see the COOLPIX AW120, please see the link to the product page: http://www.nikonusa.com/en/Nikon-Pr...
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Enable the camera’s built-in Wi-Fi. Press the MENU button to display the menus, then highlight Wi-Fi Options in the setup menu and turn it ON. You will see that the camera is beginning to search for the smart device. On an iOS-powered device, you will need to go into settings and select Wi-Fi. Select the camera’s Wi-Fi Network or SSID, which will begin with the name Nikon followed by an alpha-numeric string. The camera and smart device will then connect. For iOS users, go to Settings on your phone, into the Wi-Fi settings, and select the Netowrk SSID. It begins with the name Nikon followed by a string of letters and numbers. Once you've selected the Network SSID, you can open the Nikon Wireless Mobile Utility app on the smart device, as the connection is now established. Launch the Wireless Mobile Utility on the smart device. Once the files are on your smartphone or tablet, that device’s Wi-Fi or cellular service is used to upload files to image sharing or SNS websites or to send them as attachments to emails. COOLPIX cameras must have a media card in the camera for Wi-Fi options to be accessible; and the camera’s battery must have at least 50% charge. Wi-Fi can be disabled by selecting Wi-Fi, Network Connection, Disable in the camera setup menu or by turning the camera off.
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I wanted to know if I could output live video in real time onto a TV through HDMI with the Coolpix S6800.
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No, playback for images and video only
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Does the s6800 include the gps coordinates in the meta data?

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Once uploaded the COOLPIX S6800 will display the GPS data in the metadata once uploaded to a computer.
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Sensor comparison between P330 and S6800?

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We have a Coolpix P330 which has a CMOS 1/1.7 sensor - 12.76 MP - image size of 4,000 X 3,000.
Is the S 6800 1/2.3 CMOS 16 MP sensor a more advanced or better sensor than the one on the P330.
We are satisfied with the quality of the P330, but me wife would like something longer than 120mm on the P330. 25-300 focal length in 35mm on the 6800 is more like what she would like.
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The COOLPIX S6800’s 12x optical zoom lens goes from wide-angle—great for portraits and landscapes—all the way up to telephoto—great for closeups of sports, concerts, nature and more. When you need even more reach, zoom up to 12x with optical zoom and 24x with Dynamic Fine Zoom, an enhanced digital zoom function that effectively doubles your reach. The COOLPIX S6800 has superior low-light performance High-performance CMOS image sensor lets you shoot without a flash. To compare similarities and differences between the COOLPIX P330 and the COOLPIX S6800, the compare tool is featured on the camera's product page.
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Does it have panorama mode?

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Yes, the COOLPIX S6800 has easy panorama. Instructions on how to use the easy panorama can be found on page 2 of the technical notes in the reference manual: https://support.nikonusa.com/app/an...
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S6800 sensor compared to the P330 sensor

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I am going to try this one more time.
The Coolpix S6800 sensor has a 1/2.3 CMOS sensor
The Coolpix P330 sensor has a 1/1.7 CMOS sensor
Which camera has the better sensor?

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The COOLPIX P330 has a larger sensor than the COOLPIX S6800. The COOLPIX P330 physical sensor size is 1/1.7 CMOS. COOLPIX P330 offers the outstanding image quality, low-light capabilities and cutting-edge technology of a COOLPIX Advanced Performance camera.
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GPS procedure

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Previous answer on GPS was unclear to me. I understand GPS is not built in. Many cameras add the GEO tag when it the image is uploaded to a smart-phone with GPS enabled, using your software. Is this how GPS works for the 6800?
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The COOLPIX S6800 does not have GPS.
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what is the camera's transfer rate in MB/sec to write pic to memory card

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he write speed and transfer speed depends on the memory card's specifications. The COOLPIX
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will this camera work in high humidity

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Rated for 85% humidity.
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wifi no longer connecting - any ideas?

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Hi

I just bought the 6800 and at first I was able to connect my iphone to it with the app and retrieve my photos. However now it seems that the camera doesnt broadcast wifi anymore.

Is that possible?

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In order to use the Wi-Fi feature of Nikon cameras that have built-in Wi-Fi, you’ll need to download the free “Wireless Mobile Adapter Utility” app. For folks using Android™-powered devices, download the app from the Google Play service and install it on your Android™-powered smart device (phone [2.3 or later] or tablet [3.x or later]). For folks using an iPhone® or iPad®: iOS version 6.0 or higher, download the app from the iTunes Online Store®. Once the app is installed, follow the remaining steps each time you want to shoot with your camera and upload images. Insert a media card into the camera. You must have a media card in the camera for the Wi-Fi menus to be fully accessible. Please contact Nikon Technical Support for help with this question. For information on how to contact Nikon please visit http://support.nikonusa.com/app/ans....
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Does the S6800 zoom while shooting in video mode?

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The COOLPIX S6800 can zoom while shoooting video.
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could i connect to tv?

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Yes, micro HDMI output.
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Can the Nikon COOLPIX S6800 flash be turned OFF for museums and etc

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Request information prior to purchasing above camera.
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When the COOLPIX S6800 is set to Museum scene mode the flash mode is off by default. To shut the flash off, press the flash mode button which is located on the multi-selector and scroll down to "OFF". For more information on Flash and Flash Modes, please see page 47 as well as page 53 for scene modes and their default settings in the User's Manual: https://support.nikonusa.com/app/an...
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Yes, you can take a still while recording
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Can you adjust the resolution on this camera? I sometimes need a lo-res photo for work.

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Yes, the COOLPIX S6800 has several different resolution options available. The Image Mode option in the Shooting Menu allows you to choose from size and quality options that range from the default 16 Megapixels to VGA (640x480). For more detailed information see page 34 of the Reference section of the COOLPIX S6800 Reference Manual. A copy of the COOLPIX S6800 Reference Manual which can be downloaded from here: https://support.nikonusa.com/app/an....
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Yes it does
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Computer (MacBook Air) does not recognize my S6800

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I really enjoy this camera...easy to use, very portable and it takes great pictures.

I do use View NX-2 to transfer photos from the camera to my Mac. The difficulty is that my Finder does not "recognize" the Nikon S6800 when it is connected to the computer; therefore I cannot properly "eject" the camera before I unplug it and am afraid I may do damage to the camera disconnecting it this way. My Mac recognizes every other device I ever plug into it but not this camera. Am I missing it somewhere?

Thank you for any information you can provide.
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is it possible to specify the folder names on the memory card

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it would be helpful if the camera would use the date as the folder names on the memory card.
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Folder names can be changed once the folder is uploaded to the computer. The names cannot be changed within the camera. To see images by date however, it is possible when in playback. When zooming completely out the camera will display a calender that will organize the images to be reviewed by date. This does not make folders that are named by date.
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