Nikon Coolpix 14 MP Digital Camera with 7x Optical Vibration Reduction (VR) Zoom and 2.7-Inch LCD (Silver-primary) S6000

Nikon Coolpix S6000 14.2 MP Digital Camera with 7x Optical Vibration Reduction (VR) Zoom and 2.7-Inch LCD (Silver)

Nikon Coolpix S6000 14.2 MP Digital Camera with 7x Optical Vibration Reduction (VR) Zoom and 2.7-Inch LCD (Silver) Rating:
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Nikon Coolpix S6000 14.2MP Digital Camera with 7x Optical Vibration Reduction (VR) Zoom and 2.7-Inch LCD (Silver-primary) - 26213

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  • 14.2 megapixels for stunning prints as large as 20 x 30 inches
  • 7x wide-angle Optical Zoom-NIKKOR ED glass lens; 2.7-inch Clear Color Display
  • 720p HD movie recording at 30fps; HDMI output
  • 4-way VR Image Stabilization System; Smart Portrait System
  • Advanced Flash Control; EXPEED Image Processing

Nikon Coolpix S6000 14.2 MP Digital Camera with 7x Optical Vibration Reduction (VR) Zoom and 2.7-Inch LCD (Silver) out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 953 user reviews
Nikon Nikon Coolpix S6000 14.2 MP Digital Camera with 7x Optical Vibration Reduction (VR) Zoom and 2.7-Inch LCD (Silver) Nikon Coolpix S6000 14.2MP Digital Camera with 7x Optical Vibration Reduction (VR) Zoom and 2.7-Inch LCD (Silver-primary) - 26213 $199.00 http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41yxeKZT4LL._SL160_.jpg
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7 Responses to “Nikon Coolpix 14 MP Digital Camera with 7x Optical Vibration Reduction (VR) Zoom and 2.7-Inch LCD (Silver-primary) S6000”

  1. Joseph T. Dietz Says:

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    We purchased this camera from Best Buy. Ours actually came in a kit along with a carrying case and a memory card. After one week we returned the camera.

    We took about 100-200 pictures on the camera and we just did not really like the pictures it took. Pictures were blurry, pictures were soft, terrible with action shots. It did not have a “sports” or “action” setting like most cameras that I have owned. Also there was a delay from when you pressed the button until it actually took your picture. We have two little girls that move a lot and trying to catch smiles or other actions would not work with this delay. Overall we just didn’t like the pictures.

    The kit is silly as well. The case is nice, but the storage card that they include is not adequate. In the owners manual for the camera they recommend a Class 6 card in order for the HD movie taking to work properly, the card that comes with the kit is Class 4.

    We ended up buying the Panasonic ZR3 and it is a great camera so far!

  2. Yat H. Chow Says:

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    I was looking for small camera that does good video; to replace my Canon SD850. The SD850 was nice but the video is bit fuzzy, specially with zooming. The S6000 does very good job with the video, and in HD 780 mode. I replayed the video on my HD TV and found it very detail and just like a regular HD movie. The picture quality is very detail and sharp. I have several printouts, Canon appears to be ‘warm’ comparing to the Nikon’s. Switching different mode is easy enough, you don’t need to dig down the menu to find whatever you need. I like the scroll view when viewing stored pictures. The videos are saved in MOV file, I view it with VLC Media player; I haven’t bother to load the software came with the camera. You do need to buy your own min-HDMI cable but it is not that expensive. The only thing I don’t really like is that you cannot use the zoom while in video mode. So set up the zoom level before start recording because you cannot change it once recording started. Also, don’t use the continuous focus feature on video, it will try to refocus and miss the subject. Fix the focus on video and it will do very well.

  3. Ali Says:

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    I wanted a small point & shoot camera that would be easy to take with me, that had a great optical zoom, that took HD movies and most importantly could take quick pictures. I tried out many cameras in stores before finding this one and so far have been very, very pleased. I am able to quickly capture my kids smiles and the pictures are super clear. Plus, you are able to zoom while in movie mode. The 7x optical zoom is fantastic. I love that I can touch up photos right on the camera and right from the get go the camera was easy to use. I find that the buttons are set up very well in a user friendly manner.

  4. Casper29 Says:

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    I researched the compact digital camera options for some time. I had always used Canon cameras and was happy with them, but I thought I’d try a Nikon because of its strong reputation. I was intrigued at the possibility of shooting HD videos of the kids when I don’t have a video camera handy. I got the camera with a leather case in the “kit” package. I put the camera in its case and went to a big box store to get the appropriate SDHC card for the camera. When I got home and went to get the camera out, the back of the camera just above the screen was cracked! I was livid! I am not a person who throws brand new electronics around and I couldn’t believe how UN-durable this camera was proving to be. (My Canon A610 has served me well with many bumps and falls in 5 years and it’s still working beautifully – but is bigger and heavier to carry around – thus its replacement.) I brought the camera back to the store where I bought it and the clerks told me they couldn’t return it because of impact damage. I told them the camera had been in my purse to the store and back. That’s it. They said maybe the camera was jostled or perhaps my cell phone bumped the camera. I didn’t realize a camera couldn’t tolerate a “jostle.” They told me to put some electrical tape over the cracked case and move on.

    I thought I was buying a high-quality camera at $200. At least for that price I wanted it to last more than a few days without significant damage. If you get this camera, do yourself a favor and get a rigid camera case for it – unless you want it easily damaged. If you have a few extra bucks to get yourself a camera with a metal case rather than plastic, opt for the Nikon S8000. Or perhaps an impact-resistant camera. I wish I knew this before buying. I just thought they would naturally be metal or metal underneath with a plastic overlay. Not the case.

  5. N. Tsukada Says:

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    I got this for mother’s day and I absolutely love it. It is really easy to maneuver through even though there are a LOT of functions! I really wanted the touch screen of the 4000s, but I’m glad I got this one. The scroll wheel is really convenient! The colors are vibrant. It’s really hard to get a bad picture with this camera!

  6. C. Falconer Says:

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    I am pleased with the pictures for a point and shoot camera. It is also easy to use.

    The only problem…. It constantly shuts off in the middle of viewing pictures taking pictures, anything you do it shuts off. Its not that I didn’t charge it either. It was fully charged and still shutting itself off constantly.

  7. Joseph Albanese Says:

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    Don’t let the size of this little fellow fool you. Although basically a point-and-shoot, this small camera produces pictures that are comparable to the bigger models.

    In fact, it was a bigger model that led me to the COOLPIX S6000. I own, and love, my Nikon D300. The pictures it takes are nothing short of amazing. However, the weight and bulk of it sometimes get in the way of life. Sure you shoot pictures that are professional but there are times when you need to capture the moment but not with all the creative functionality weighing you down. That’s where the S6000 shines. The Nikon technology and genius with photography are evident with the end product. True, you don’t get to compensate for a lot of things and the price is a bit stiff for a second camera but it is one that you will use continually – either by itself or one that is easier to transport.

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