Nikon COOLPIX S9500 18.1 MP Digital Camera with 22x Zoom and Built-In Wi-Fi (Red)

Nikon Coolpix S4200

Meet your new favorite travel companion, the ultra-slim, fully connected Nikon Coolpix S9500. With the versatility of a 22x zoom super-telephoto lens, the superb image quality of an 18.1-megapixel low-light CMOS sensor and the extreme convenience of built-in Wi-Fi and GPS, capturing and sharing the sights and sounds of your trip has never been easier. Also features: 1080p Full HD Video, 3.0-inch OLED Display, Smart Portrait System, Easy Panorama mode, VR image stabilization, and much more.

Nikon COOLPIX S9500 18.1 MP Digital Camera with 22x Zoom and Built-In Wi-Fi (Red)

Features Nikon COOLPIX S9500 18.1 MP Digital Camera with 22x Zoom and Built-In Wi-Fi (Red)

  • Versatile and slim
  • a 22x zoom lets you shoot close-ups even when you’re far from the action
  • Share amazing photos in an instant with built-in Wi-Fi
  • Built-in GPS records the location of each shot you take
  • so you can follow the path of your trip and every view along the way
  • 18.1 MP CMOS sensor for exceptional image quality and enhanced low-light performance
  • Ultra-thin and lightweight to fit in your pocket or purse
Overall Rating: Rating=4.5
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Nikon COOLPIX S9500 18.1 MP Digital Camera with 22x Zoom and Built-In Wi-Fi (Red)

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  1. Person says:
    47 of 50 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Another great camera from Nikon, March 2, 2013

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    I have had a Nikon Coolpix S600 for 5-6 years now and it has been my go to camera to have around because of it’s handy size and it has never let me down, except that recently the zoom function is intermittently working. So, I decided to replace it with the S9500 and just got it this past week and really wanted to put it through the paces a bit to see how functional it would be around town and in the field.

    The wi-if transfer is really handy when your out and about and want to transfer photos to a cell phone or tablet that has data capability so they can be uploaded to a website or to just back them up on another device. I used my iPad and the free app from Nikon called Wireless Mobile Utility (WMU) which can be found in the App Store, it’s really quick and easy to use. It also allows you to setup your camera and remotely take pictures with the app, I found that I could only be about 30 feet away from the camera with my iPad before the wi-if signal was lost so it has range limitations.

    The 22x zoom is fantastic for this size of a camera, it takes really nice clear photos even zoomed all the way out. The anti vibration works well also if you al moving about and taking action shots.

    One big complaint I have so far is the placement of the record button for starting video recording. I have hit this button numerous times on accident and there is no way to disable the video record function, it’s always at the ready when you are in photo mode.

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  2. Elliott says:
    13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Camera For My Use, March 24, 2013

    I will probably update after more use (especially in low light situations), but so far this camera is great for what I will use it for. I love concerts so that is my main point of having a camera and then for family/friend get togethers. I love the zoom on this camera and the many functions it comes with. I can easily and quickly touch up photos right on the camera, which is a great function. The GPS is there too, if needed, but I haven’t really had the need to test that out. It powers on quick, there are several settings to choose from, the look and feel of the camera is great! I’m not too fond of where the flash is because I always end up putting my finger there to take a picture and have to remove it for the flash to come up, but that’s just a habit I’ll have to start putting my finger elsewhere!

    I originally went in to buy the Nikon P510 because I heard that was great in low light and has amazing zoom, but it was just too big for me at this time. Maybe down the road I’ll go toward that size, but it’s not for me right now and was informed the S9500 had really good zoom and low light qualities as well.

    Two reasons for the 4 stars are:

    You have to charge the battery IN the camera. The camera doesn’t come with an external battery charger. I had to buy an external charger (another $20) that plugs directly into the wall without the cord to charge the battery outside of the camera. Nikon does sell an external batter charger for this but it’s a charger that has a 4 ft cord that plugs into the wall case that came with the camera, again, not very functional unless you don’t mind a long cord to charge your battery. The cord for me would have sufficed if I couldn’t find a different charger, but I did. This comes in a few days so if it works, great! If not, then I will go back and get the corded charger.

    The second reason is the WiFi. Not a deal breaker for me, but it seems to be a bit finicky and doesn’t stay connected very long. The app needed for the WiFi isn’t the greatest and the functions are very limited and you will need to set the settings on your camera to where they need to be before connecting WiFi because once WiFi is on, you cannot change settings on your camera (unless I’m missing something), only through your phone and those functions are limited to zooming in and out and is not quick at all. It also took me some time to get the WiFi to connect, but I think this was because the instructions on it weren’t the clearest.

    Overall, great camera for what I will use it for and the WiFi and battery aren’t deal breakers for me. I will update later once I put it to test in a concert setting.

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  3. D. Gehlsen "Nikon Shooter" says:
    18 of 21 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Must have got a lemon :-( , March 14, 2013
    D. Gehlsen “Nikon Shooter” (Virginia) –

    Pretty disappointed with Nikon, first Nikon that I have had problems with. Love the design, much better then the Sony HX30. The P9500 has large buttons, snappy operation and quick GPS position acquisition which are important to me as as a real estate appraiser. First outing got a “lens error” where the lens got stuck extending and a lockup. Had to manually push the lens in to get it unstuck and I was getting camera lockups. The camera would freeze, the live view would still be working , but it would not focus, zoom, or take a picture and would require the battery be removed to reset it. After a while it would freeze after 10 or 15 images. Pretty disappointed that it was going on but not sure if its a lemon or something wrong with the camera in general. Sending it back and trying out the Nikon P330, hopefully will have better luck with that one.

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