Nikon Coolpix S800c Point & Shoot Digital Camera Black
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Nikon Coolpix S800c Point & Shoot Digital Camera Black - Expert Reviews
A camera that runs on Android OS!! Yes!! Don’t be shocked, its true!! The Android based Nikon Coolpix S800C follows up a merger with Google’s ever popular OS system with 16-megapixel, 10x zoom, WiFi-enabled pocket digital camera. The Nikon S800c shares all the benefits of Android 2.3, including the Google Play store, and it has a better sensor than almost any smartphone or tablet on the market; and its 25-250mm lens ensures you can frame your subjects just like you want, whether near or far. Nikon S800c is like the first digital camera to have a true operating system for over a decade and is a slap on the face of arch rivals like Canon who do not have any rights over the technology and unlike the ill-fated Digita OS, Android is already quite well established. We think it's the first of many OS-enabled digital cameras to come. Nikon Coolpix S800c is the first innovative attempt to coexist with smartphones and tablets, We are awestruck by this and this attempt may even bypass them completely, uploading photos directly to sharing and storage sites. Some developers have approached the challenge by adding WiFi capabilities to their cameras, allowing photographers to transfer their higher-quality images to smart devices so they can be easily managed and shared via email, texts and social media. But with the Coolpix S800c, Nikon breaks new ground by bringing the smarts into the camera itself. Nikon says they worked closely with Google to optimize the integration between camera and Android system so that Android OS may enter the photography field and provide the photography enthusiasts and professionals a feel of best of both worlds. While the camera runs on a mobile or a tablet operating system it should not be forgotten that at heart the device is still a camera, and a great one indeed. With a 16-megapixel backside-illuminated CMOS sensor chip, a 10x-wide 25-250mm equivalent NIKKOR zoom lens and an EXPEED C2 processing engine, the Nikon S800c has a decent set of specs, putting its photographic capabilities well ahead of any other smartphone or tablet obviously, because they are not meant for that purpose. It measures just a bit bigger and rounder at the dimensions of 4.4in x 2.4in x 1.1in and significantly heavier than a typical Android smartphone. The camera features an internal flash, a continuous-drive mode that captures up to 8 frames per second, and various scene modes and creative filters. Its built-in GPS is a rather standard implementation, but it does have the ability to download and store ephemeris information, meaning it will map your location quickly the next time you power up the camera (this info has to be downloaded manually according to our preliminary information). The camera also shoots Full HD video at 1080p with stereo sound.
Design and Build Quality
The device is designed more like a phone than a camera, it distinct from the normal Point & Shoot cameras in shape, just a little heavier than a regular point and shoot. Nikon Coolpix 800C stands at the dimensions of 111mm x 60mm x 27mm. The top panel on Nikon Coolpix 800C is pretty basic, only containing a power button (just to the right of the ON/OFF label) and the shutter button. The zoom ring surrounds the shutter button, and in playback it controls the Index (Wide) and Magnify (Telephoto) options. On the right side panel of the camera is the Mini-B USB port. The USB port is behind a flexible plastic door that lightly snaps into place. The rear is occupied almost entirely by the screen at 3.5 inches.
Focus and Face Detection
Nikon has included an Autofocus system with the Nikon 800C, and it has the ability to focus on images as close as 10 cm away in Macro mode. The lens housing completely retracts into the camera body when the unit is powered down, and it extends almost an inch away from the body when you turn on the device. The 10x optical zoom that Nikon included with this camera has a 35mm equivalent range of 25mm to 250mm. Detailed specifications include in normal mode 50cm to infinity wide and 19.7in to infinity tele.
Lens and Image Stabilization
Nikon S800C sports a 10x zoom lens that can easily covers a great 25-250mm at 35mm equivalent focal range, and allows the input of a large amount of light much credits to the fast f/3.2 wide angle aperture. But once you zoom in, things may get a little complex as the lens aperture reduces to f/5.8 at its telephoto extreme, which only lets in about one-sixth the light. Thankfully the camera's lens is stabilized, which should help you get sharp photos when zoomed all the way in without having to worry too much about using a fast shutter speed. A 10x zoom is pretty much understood as a feature that will be present in a camera in this price range.
Screen and Menus
Nikon Coolpix S800c sports an attractive 16:9 aspect, 3.5-inch Organic LED screen with a high resolution of about 819,000 dots. (That's about 273,000 pixels, with each pixel made up of separate red, green and blue dots.) The display includes a capacitive touch-panel overlay like those on high-end smartphones, rather than the less sensitive resistive touch-panels found on some devices. Since the camera itself has a 4:3 aspect ratio, this leaves plenty of room for soft buttons on the touch screen without obscuring the image itself.
Power comes from a proprietary EN-EL12 lithium-ion battery pack, nestled alongside the Secure Digital card slot in the camera's base. Battery life is rated at a rather brief 140 shots on a charge, to CIPA testing standards. There's also a generous 4GB of internal memory in the Nikon S800c. In the US market, 680MB is given over to app storage, and 1.7GB to image storage. The remainder, presumably, is occupied by the Android operating system itself.
This camera, apart from being an efficient, really efficient device that runs on Android OS, can shoot videos at Full HD quality at 1080p resolution at 30 frames per second. Other basic resolutions include HD 720p and SD 480p.
Nikon has based Nikon Coolpix S800c digital camera around a sixteen megapixel backside-illuminated CMOS image sensor. BSI sensors are pretty common in phones and tablets these days, but the S800c's 1/2.3-inch sensor is larger. Where phones and tablets typically sport sensors with diagonals of around 3-6mm, the Nikon S800c’s sensor have a diagonal just slightly within 8mm. Sensor is a device that changes optical images to electrical signals for image processing.
First Camera to be launched with Android OS
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Full HD Video Quality
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Nikon Coolpix S800c Point & Shoot Digital Camera Black Specifications
Model Name S800c
Type Point & Shoot
Optical Sensor Resolution 16 MP
Sensor Type CMOS Sensor
Sensor Size 1/2.3 Inches
Shutter Speed Range 0.5 5.6 M (w), 1.0 3.1 M (t)
Maximum Shutter Speed 1/2000 sec
Minimum Shutter Speed 1 sec
Optical Zoom 10x
Digital Zoom 4x
Audio Video Interface A/V Output (NTSC or PAL)
Picture Angle 25 mm Wide Angle
Lens Type Nikkor Lens
Auto Focus Contrast Detection AF
Manual Focus Yes
Focal Length 4.5 - 45 mm (angle of view Equivalent to that of 25 - 250 mm lens in 35 mm )
Aperture Range f/3.2 - f/6.4 (W)
Color Filter Primary (RGB) Color Filter
Shooting Modes Easy Auto, Auto, Scene (Portrait, Landscape, Sports, Night Portrait, Party/Indoor, Beach, Snow, Sunset, Dusk/Dawn, Night Landscape, Close-up, Food, Fireworks Show, Black and White Copy, Back Lighting, Easy Panorama, Pet Portrait), Movie, Special Effects, Smart Portrait