Nikon 26217

Coolpix S4000 Digital Camera with 12.0 Megapixel, 4x Wideangle Optical Zoom, 3" Touch Panel HVGA, 4-Way VR Image Stabilization in Plum

Nikon 26217
Coolpix S4000 Digital Camera with 12.0 Megapixel, 4x Wideangle Optical Zoom, 3" Touch Panel HVGA, 4-Way VR Image Stabilization in Plum
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  • Battery Type: EN-EL10
  • Megapixels: 12
  • Optical Zoom: 4x
  • Image Stabilization: Yes
  • LCD Screen Size: 3"
  • Camera Type: Point & Shoot
  • Memory Card Type: SD

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The Nikon Coolpix S4000 Digital Camera produces images with up to 12.0 megapixels of resolution, and incorporates a 4x wide-angle zoom lens. The 27 to 108mm lens allows you to take large groups in a tight space, and also capture subjects in the distance.

Description:

The Nikon Coolpix S4000 Digital Camera produces images with up to 12.0 megapixels of resolution, and incorporates a 4x wide-angle zoom lens. The 27 to 108mm lens allows you to take large groups in a tight space, and also capture subjects in the distance.

Shooting in low light is not a problem with Nikon's exclusive 4-way VR Image Stabilization technology that utilizes Electronic VR Image Stabilization, along with the cameras high sensitivity equivalent of ISO 3200, Motion Detection, and the exclusive Best Shot Selector (BSS). This ensures that your photos will always look great - regardless of lighting conditions or subject movement.

For difficult image situations the camera offers 16 different scene modes. If you are not sure which to choose the Scene Auto Selector will make the decision for you. Nikon's Smart Portrait System ensures beautiful portrait and people shots by combining Nikon's innovative smile mode, Blink Warning, In-Camera Red-Eye Fix, D-Lighting, Skin Softening, and Face Priority AF technologies. Furthermore, the S4000 includes Nikon's Coolpix Software Suite for organizing, editing and sharing your photos.

The bright, high resolution 3.0" LCD Touch Panel provides a wide viewing angle and an anti-reflective coating that allows for easy composition and viewing of photos even in direct sunlight. With Touch Shutter and Autofocus simply tap the LCD to have the camera focus and even shoot the picture. You even have retouching and drawing functions for quick, convenient in-camera enhancements and personalization to any image. All of these features make the slim design Coolpix S4000 the camera to take with you everywhere you go.

Features:

  • 12.0 Megapixels for stunning prints as large as 16 x 20 inches
  • 4x Wide-angle Zoom-NIKKOR glass lens has a versatile zoom range from wide 27mm to 108mm telephoto coverage that gets you close to your subject while capturing expansive landscapes
  • Beautiful, bright 3.0-inch high resolution touch panel HVGA (460,000-dot) Clear Color Display with anti-glare coating that enables easy touch control to all camera functions
  • Sensitive response touch panel display enables effortless use of touch panel by ensuring sensitive response to even the lightest tapping and touch for smooth operation
  • Touch shutter and autofocus simply tap the LCD to have the camera focus and even shoot the picture.
  • Retouch and draw functions for quick, convenient in-camera enhancements and personalization to any image
  • 4-way VR image stabilization system
  • Electronic VR image stabilization minimizes the effect of camera shake
  • Motion detection automatically detects moving subjects and adjusts shutter speed and ISO setting to compensate for cameras hake and subject movement
  • High ISO up to 3200 capability helps give you sharper results when shooting in low light or capturing fast-moving subjects.
  • Nikon's original best shot selector (BSS) automatically takes up to 10 shots while the shutter is pressed and saves the sharpest image
  • Slim, stylish, detail design in a variety of stunning colors for pocketable convenience and individuality
  • Smile timer and blink proof makes sure you'll always catch the decisive moment when your subject smiles and Blink Proof function shoots two pictures and automatically saves the one in which the subject's eyes remain open.
  • Blink warning, when activated alerts you that the subject may have blinked and allows you to retake the photo.
  • In-camera red-eye fix automatically fixes, while shooting, most instances of red-eye in the camera. You may never see red-eye again
  • Face-priority AF Nikon's face-finding technology that automatically focuses on up to 12 faces
  • Skin softening smoothes skin tone at three different levels for optimal portraits
  • Expeed image processing ensures high-quality pictures with stunning color and sharpness.
  • Subject tracking will automatically track a moving subject to ensure sharp focus
  • Quick retouch optimizes contrast and color vividness for beautiful images
  • Scene auto selector automatically recognizes the scene in your picture and adjusts camera setting
  • D-Lighting rescues dark or backlit images by improving brightness and detail during playback
  • 16 Scene Modes for optimized shooting in various settings
  • Macro shooting as close as 3.1"
  • 5 Color options for special filter effects. Choose from: standard color, vivid color, black-and-white, sepia and cyanotype

    Specifications:

    Image Sensor Type CCD
    Sensor Size 1/2.3 in.
    Total Pixels 12.39 million
    Effective Pixels 12.0 million
    Image Area (pixels) 4000 x 3000(12M)
    3264 x2448(8M)
    2592 x 1944(5M)
    2048 x 1536(3M)
    1024 x 768(PC)
    640 x 480(VGA)
    3968 x 2232(16:9)
    Vibration Reduction Electronic VR
    LCD Monitor Size 3 in. diagonal
    LCD Monitor Type TFT LCD with touch screen control and anti-reflection coating
    LCD Monitor Resolution 460,000 Dots
    ISO Sensitivity ISO 80, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200, Auto (auto gain ISO 80-1600), Fixed range auto (ISO 80-400, 80-800)
    Storage Media SD
    SDHC
    Internal Memory Approx. 45MB
    Interface Hi-speed USB
    Lens Zoom 4x
    Lens Specification 4.9-19.6mm (35mm [135] format picture angle: 27-108mm); f/3.2-5.9; Digital zoom: up to 4x (35mm [135] format picture angle: 432mm)
    Focus Range 50cm (1 ft. 8 in.) to infinity (8)
    Macro close-up mode: 8 cm (3.2 in.) to infinity (8)
    Battery Type Rechargeable
    Battery / Batteries Nikon EN-EL10 Lithium-ion Battery (supplied)
    AC Adapter Charging AC Adapter EH-68P
    EH-62D AC Adapter (optional)
    Battery Charger MH-63 Battery Charger (optional)
    Battery Life (shots per charge) EN-EL10: 190shots
    Approx. Dimensions Height: 2.3 in. (56.5mm)
    Width: 3.8 in. (94.5mm)
    Depth: 0.8 in. (20.4mm)
    Approx. Weight 4.7 oz. (131g) with battery and memory card

    Box Contents


    • Rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN-EL10
    • Charging AC Adapter EH-68P
    • USB Cable UC-E6
    • Audio Video Cable EG-CP14
    • Strap AN-CP19
    • Stylus TP-1
    • Software Suite CD-ROM
    • Nikon 1 Year Limited Warranty

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    Turn off the LCD:
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    Stop the Zoom:
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    Plug it in:
    Some cameras have power adapter which allows you to plug in your camera to a wall socket.  This will allow you to save your battery power when you are using the camera near a power socket.

    Accessories to boost your Digital Experience:

    Batteries:
    Batteries are an important resource to digital cameras because if there is no power left, you can miss a special moment. If your camera uses disposable alkaline batteries, you should get a set of rechargeable batteries, thus saving you a lot of money in the long run, compared to purchasing new disposable batteries each time. For cameras that use Lithium Ion, it is suggested to purchase a backup battery for instances when you will be away from home for a period longer than 2 hours.

    Memory Cards:
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    Resolution:
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