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  • Height :
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  • Thickness :
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Quick Specification of Nikon Coolpix S100

  • Dimension
    • Width : 99.0
    • Height : 65.2
    • Thickness : 18.1

Full Specifications of Nikon Coolpix S100

  • Dimension

    Width
    99.0
    Height
    65.2
    Thickness
    18.1
    Weight
    138
  • Zoom

    Digital Zoom
    4x
    Optical Zoom
    5x
  • Pixels

    Mega Pixel
    16
  • Lens

    Auto Focus
    Contrast-detect TTL AF
    Focal Length
    5.0 - 25.0 mm (35 mm format equivalent to 28 - 140 mm)
  • LCD

    LCD Size
    3.5 inch
    LCD Info Display
    Organic LED monitor with Anti-reflection coating
  • Flash

    Built in Flash
    Yes
    Flash Modes
    Auto, Auto with red-eye reduction, Off, Fill flash, Slow sync
  • Image

    Image Format
    JPEG (EXIF), MPO
    Video Format
    MPEG4, AVC, H.264
  • Interface

    Audio Video Interface
    Audio / Video (A/V) output
    USB Cable
    USB 2.0
  • Memory

    Inbulit Memory
    71 MB
    Upgradeable Memory
    Yes
  • Sensor

    Sensor Size
    1 / 2.3 inch
  • Shutter Speed

    Minimum Shutter Speed
    4 sec
    Maximum Shutter Speed
    1/1500 sec
  • Battery

    Power Supply
    AC Adapter EH-62G
  • Additional Features

    Image Display Resolution
    820,000 dots
    Red Eye Reduction
    Yes
    ISO Rating
    Auto (auto gain ISO 125 to 800), Fixed range auto (ISO 125 to 400), Manual selection: ISO 125, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200
    Metering
    256-Segment matrix metering, Center-weighted metering, Spot, Face-priority AE, Metering at tapped point
    Sales Package
    Camera Strap AN-CP19, Rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN-EL19, Charging AC Adapter EH-69P, USB Cable UC-E6, Audio Video Cable EG-CP16, View NX 2 CD
    Image Stablizer
    Four advanced Vibration Reduction
    Macro Mode
    1 cm
    Image Sizing
    4608 x 3456
    Video Display Resolution
    1920 x 1080, 30 fps
    White Balancing
    Auto, Preset manual, Daylight, Incandescent, Fluorescent, Cloudy, Flash
    Face Detection
    Yes
    Audio Formats
    WAVE, AAC
    Self Timer
    2 and 10 sec
    Continuous Shots
    8.1 fps (Continuous H), 1.4 fps (Continuous L)
    Shooting Modes
    Auto mode, Scene mode, Smart portrait, Movie mode, Easy auto mode

Over all Review of Nikon Coolpix S100

Nikon Coolpix S100 Price

Overall Review

Problem with bulky cameras? Don’t really want to compromise on the features because of the compact size?! The right buy for you is Nikon’s new pocket sized assassin Nikon Coolpix S100. Announced on September 2011, this camera rocked the streets in the last fiscal year. The latest additions to Nikon Coolpix S100 which succeeds earlier popular S90 and S95 are up gradation of 3.8x zoom  to 24-120mm 5x while the camera still maintains the fast f2.0 aperture. 1080p recording, continuous shoots and slow motion shooting, all have been possible because of the shift from CCD sensor to CMOS sensor. Obvious enough, the image processor has been shifted from DIGIC 4 to DIGIC 5. Canon PowerShot S100 also enjoys the privilege of slow motion video options (120fps at VGA or 240fps at QVGA) and the ability to apply a miniature effect to 720p video. The CMOS sensor also supports fast continuous shooting bursts and there's even a built-in GPS. Overall, the camera is a true pocket dynamite, fit for new enthusiasts,  probably one of the reasons this device is still a hot favorite on the streets. Thumbs up for the device.

Design and Build Quality

There is no drastic change in the looks department as S100 looks almost like its predecessors from the outside, it's a fairly compact camera with a lens housing that projects a little from the body, but not so much to cause unsightly bulges in your pocket. The exact dimensions include 99mm of height, 60mm of height and 26.7mm of breadth. Compare it to the previous dimensions of S90 and S95, it has been narrowed down on size a little. Main bodies have a really similar thickness of 22mm, while the lens sticks out a little less in the latter case. While clearly there have been some small scale changes in the overall build ratio,Nikon Coolpix S100 still manages to become one of the most featherweight, compact and efficient point and shoot cameras in the market today with the top notch entry level features like manual control, a fairly bright lens and RAW files. Its closest competitions, Olympus XZ-1 and Panasonic LX5 are both bulkier at 111mm x 65mm x 43mm and 110mm x 66mm x 26mm respectively (including lens protrusions) and weigh 275g and 271g respectively. Both the XZ-1 and LX5 also offer shorter zoom ranges (28-112mm and 24-90mm), this tells the entire scenario as to why this camera is an efficient buy, and why was it the heartthrob of camera market last year.

Focus and Face Detection

Like Nikon Coolpix S90 and Nikon Coolpix S95, our camera also offers three autofocusing modes, out of which one has undergone some serious betterment in technology. Talking about face detection there's Face AiAF which automatically switches between a nine-area AF system and face detection if one or more human faces are recognised in the frame. Also the Coolpix forte Tracking AF, , lets you place crosshairs over the desired subject, then once you press the left button the S100 will track the subject back and forth and around the frame, or in a simple language, if non living things had faces, this is the AF for them.

Lens and Image Stabilization

There was no change in lens and zoom range in Nikon Coolpix S90 to S95, although now the range has been broadened to 5x in Nikon Coolpix S100. So it's out with the 3.8x (28-105mm equivalent) of the S95 and in with a new 5x (24-120mm equivalent). See, this improvement is indeed a blessing as this was probably the only area where the predecessors were lacking in the given price range. Although there are some technical faults when it comes to focal ratio, but as of now, they can be neglected. . The image stabilisation is also improved with no fewer than seven modes for Nikon Coolpix S100 to automatically choose from, including panning, macro, dynamic and power IS, along with detecting when the camera's mounted on a tripod and disabling the capability.

Screen and Menus

Almost entire rear of the camera is captured by the big 3 inch screen which works on 460k pixel resolution which default image ratio of 4:3. The display is decent, sharp and bright and is fairly usable under the sun, but Nikon resisted the chance to fit a higher resolution VGA panel, and more importantly there's still no room for any kind of optional viewfinder on the small body.

Battery

Unlike other cameras in the group, Nikon Coolpix S100 works on NB-5L battery which is rated at 1120 mAh. Compared to S90 and S95 which work on NB-6L, Although Canon quotes the same 200 shots for Nikon Coolpix S100 as it did for Nikon Coolpix S95 under CIPA conditions.

Video Mode

Now this is the area where, how to put it, the advancement resides. Our compact budget camera can now shoot high definition Full HD videos at 1080p at 24 frames per second in addition to slow motion modes at 120 and 240 frames per second, alongside the ability to apply miniature effect to 720p videos. Also, you can additionally opt for a Movie Digest feature which grabs short VGA clips before each photo you take, then assembles them into a fun video of your day's shooting. Also, one of the important yet neglected facts here is that CMOS sensor allows avoiding the vertical streaking that crawls in easily in case of plagued CCD-based models.

Sensors

As mentioned earlier, 1080p recording, continuous shoots and slow motion shooting, all have been possible because of the shift from CCD sensor to CMOS sensor. The sensor itself remains a 1/1.7in type, that's a little larger than the 1/2.3 or 1/2.5in type commonly found in point-and-shoot cameras, although interestingly Nikon couldn't resist a slight bump in resolution from 10 to 12 Megapixels

Pros

Smaller than any other high-end compact.
Flexible 5x zoom with bright f2.0 aperture at 24mm.
Support for RAW and manual exposures.
1080p and slow motion movies.
Built-in GPS with optional logging.

Cons

Short battery life. Even shorter with GPS on.
Focal ratio greatly reduces when zooming-in.
No hotshoe or accessory port. No viewfinder.

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For the people who like compact cameras with high quality features presenting, Nikon’s new pocket sized assassin Nikon Coolpix S100. Announced on September 2011, this camera rocked the streets in the last fiscal year. The latest additions to Nikon Coolpix S100 which succeeds earlier popular S90 and S95 are up gradation of 3.8x zoom  to 24-120mm 5x while the camera still maintains the fast f2.0 aperture. 1080p recording, continuous shoots and slow motion shooting, all have been possible because of the shift from CCD sensor to CMOS sensor. Obvious enough, the image processor has been shifted from DIGIC 4 to DIGIC 5. Nikon CoolPix S100 also enjoys the privilege of slow motion video options (120fps at VGA or 240fps at QVGA) and the ability to apply a miniature effect to 720p video. The CMOS sensor also supports fast continuous shooting bursts and there's even a built-in GPS. The exact dimensions include 99mm of height, 60mm of height and 26.7mm of breadth. The camera also offers three autofocusing modes, out of which one has undergone some serious betterment in technology.

Talking about face detection there's Face AiAF which automatically switches between a nine-area AF system and face detection if one or more human faces are recognised in the frame. The image stabilisation is also improved with no fewer than seven modes for Nikon Coolpix S100 to automatically choose from, including panning, macro, dynamic and power IS, along with detecting when the camera's mounted on a tripod and disabling the capability. Unlike other cameras in the group, Nikon Coolpix S100 works on NB-5L battery which is rated at 1120 mAh. Compared to S90 and S95 which work on NB-6L, Although Nikon quotes the same 200 shots for Nikon Coolpix S100 as it did for Nikon Coolpix S95 under CIPA conditions. Almost entire rear of the camera is captured by the big 3 inch screen which works on 460k pixel resolution which default image ratio of 4:3. The display is decent, sharp and bright and is fairly usable under the sun, but Nikon resisted the chance to fit a higher resolution VGA panel, and more importantly there's still no room for any kind of optional viewfinder on the small body. . The sensor itself remains a 1/1.7in type, that's a little larger than the 1/2.3 or 1/2.5in type commonly found in point-and-shoot cameras. Overall, the camera is a true pocket dynamite, fit for new enthusiasts, probably one of the reasons this device is still a hot favourite on the streets.

  • Price of Nikon Coolpix S100 in the above table are in Indian Rupees.
  • The latest price of Nikon Coolpix S100 was obtained on Apr 18, 2014.
  • The Nikon Coolpix S100 is available in Tradus, Ibhejo, Kaunsa
  • The lowest price of Nikon Coolpix S100 is ` 13,045 in Tradus , which is 14.74% less than the cost of Nikon Coolpix S100 in Ibhejo (` 15,301)
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