NIKON COOLPIX 12MP DIGITAL CAMERA. NIKON COOLPIX 12MP
NIKON COOLPIX 12MP DIGITAL CAMERA. COMPACT CAMERA PHOTOGRAPHY. LATEST CANON SLR CAMERA 2011
Nikon Coolpix 12mp Digital Camera
- A digital camera (also digicam or camera for short) is a camera that takes video or still photographs, or both, digitally by recording images via an electronic image sensor.
- Usually captures images with the help of a CCD chip. The image data received is then saved to special memory cards or other storage media. (SmartMedia, xD-Picture Card, Compact Flash, Memory Stick, SD Card, MMC Card)
- a camera that encodes an image digitally and store it for later reproduction
- The Nikon Coolpix series is the point and shoot series of digital cameras produced by Nikon.
Nikon Coolpix S630 12MP Digital Camera with 7x Optical Vibration Reduction (VR) Zoom and 2.7 inch LCD (Midnight Blue)
Nikon CoolPix S630 12MP Blue Digital CameraNikon's CoolPix S630 just may be the premium digital camera you've been waiting for. With its 12MP CCD sensor, the S630 offers better images than many similarly priced digital cameras on the market today. If that isn't enough, this incredible camera presents new images on a 2.7" LCD display. A 7x optical zoom lets the user get up close and personal like never before. Shoot confidently, shoot digitally. Shoot with the Nikon CoolPix S630! Specifications 12 megapixel CCD sensor 2.7" TFT active matrix LCD display Lens: Zoom Aperture: F/3.5-5.3 Focus type: Automatic Focal length: 6.6mm - 46.2mm Focus range: 23.6" (min.) - 2cm (max.) Zoom: 7x optical, 4x digital ISO sensitivity: ISO auto (64-6400) Flash type: Built-in Exposure modes: Program, Automatic Shooting modes: Frame movie mode Scene modes: Copy, Food, Museum, Sunset, Close-up, Dawn/dusk, Fireworks, Landscape, Back light, Beach/snow, Party/indoor, Portrait mode, Night portrait, Night landscape, Panorama assist Face detection: Included Image formats, still: JPEG Internal memory: 44MB External memory types: MultiMediaCard, SD Memory Card Interfaces/connections: 1 x USB , 1 x Composite video/audio output Battery: Lithium-ion rechargeable Includes Lithium-ion rechargeable battery (EN-EL12) Battery charger (MH-65) USB cable (UC-E6) AV cable (EG-CP14) Strap (AN-CP19) Software Suite for CoolPix CD-ROM Dimensions: 2.2"H x 1.0"D x 3.8"W Weight: 4.9 oz.
Paris, Va near Blue Mountain
[Nikon Coolpix S9100 ISO160 > Gimp]
...I think this is probably "the shot" of this scene, and the thing to do would be to blow it up to say 20x24" and then evaluate the camera. Obviously the detail looks much bigger and the colors much deeper & brighter in real-life, and it's pretty tough to get a real grip on how good the camera is at capturing & reproducing the scene in such a small format as a 4x6" shot on a web-page. But how can you really justify a $300 p&s otherwise?
Well, in my opinion it just has to be "decent" out to 1900x1200 yet still pack 12MP & a 25-420mm IS effective lens that's at least good and sharp enough for use at ISO100-200, all in a camera the size of a pack of cards...without any aperture-control. Because the Coolpix S9100 gives you virtually no lens or shutter control. So far I have yet to see an image suffer from lens-softness and the biggest problem for me is the lack of raw, the inability to get raw out of it. But even with that it's still 80%+ of what I want. Just a bit expensive for a camera that can't shoot raw, and probably is only 10 bits for real.
However it is the first digital camera I have had other than the one in my cellphones that will recharge off a laptop. That was one of the major reasons that I returned the SX130, I could see having to buy an endless stream of batteries for it. It wasn't bad. Just not good enough. And in the end I traded for the remote possibility of raw shooting the S9100 along with all the other convenience and features, in exchange for not having aperture control, the very-remote possibility of raw at best, and the extra 50% in price. Only -and only- because the jpegs out of it were not bad, unlike with the SX130. I *had* to shoot the SX130 raw, with the CHDK hack, to get this level of IQ.
If in 2 years I get raw out of the S9100 and the raw shots are actually better, then I'll be happy. I'd already gotten the most that I was going to get out of the SX130, and the batteries were only gong to piss me off. Though of course what looms in 2 years is a cellphone that looks just like the S9100...an S9100 that's also a cellphone. But for now I can't really complain and if I really wanted a great image I'd use a DSLR. There's a clear distinction: decent IQ with convenience, or high-quality in a somewhat-inconvenient package. Fair enough.
The main thing is that it doesn't outright suck even for 4x6" shots, like, say, the Canon A700 or my old BB8230 or V3i. Even my BB9550 with its fixed exposure probably would have done an ok job on this. The one thing that I have learned is that you don't get a lot of opportunities to take pictures of great scenes so you don't want to downgrade too much for convenience. A lot of good shots get ruined that way. The V3i, while having serious WB issues and a lot of NR, was fine at full resolution and with exposure-control for the average landscape shot. I'm not quite sure of that with the BB9550 because it doesn't have exposure-control. It is however 3MP vs 1 and has a lot less NR and much-better WB. The BB8230 was barely any better than the V3i, just had a better display and better controls and slightly higher resolution. A much-better phone but only a slightly-better camera. The camera app in the BB9550 is the problem, not the phone or the lens or the sensor.
So it is quite possible to get decent shots at least in 17" diagonal or smaller, from a very small-sensor camera shooting jpeg, at the low ISOs. So now make it a phone and you're pretty-much guaranteed to have it on you when you want a decent camera for a casual shot. And this is the problem the SX130 had: it's just a camera, so if I'm not taking shots it's a burden. If it's going to be just a burden 99% of the time, it has to be very small, light & powerful or else it starts to sound like a DSLR and a superzoom. That's what the S9100 is and all it really gives up to the SX130 is the raw-shooting and the extra money. But that extra $100 made it worth carrying where the $100 savings didn't make the SX130 worth carrying. On top of that it has both a reach and a width that you just can't get out of a Tamron 28-300 on a fullframe or the equivalent subframe or micro 4/3rds lens/body combination. I can put the Tamron 28-300 on a subframe and match the length (and certainly get better shots) but then I lose the wide-angle, just like with the 19-35 on the film cameras I lose the middle and long-range shots, and that rig is just never going to be as convenient to carry and shoot as a p&s not to mention a small one like the S9100. Not to mention that in 5-10 seconds I can shoot full-res panos with the S9100 with autostitching...and with a tool like APP it's not even an issue. At 10-20mm effective and 30MP, with a 17" diagonal display who really gives a damm about NR, and if you zoom out to say 50-75mm effective before shooting the pano it's even less of a problem.
On the other hand with a p&a
Epson R-D1 RD1 Rangefinder digital camera Leica M Mount
Here is my Epson R-D1 RD1 Rangefinder digital camera, Leica M Mount.
Camera with 1029 shots... just perfect in any sense and in every parts.
Cosmetic: A+ Perfect, as new, as you can see by pictures.
View: No scratches, No haze, No fungus!
Mechanical Problem: None. lightly used, 1029 shots using only Leica M lenses.
Soon in Auction on eBay.
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nikon coolpix 12mp digital camera
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