Prices(Prices as of 11/19/2012)
|$327||Amazon (Typically free shipping)|
|$327||B&H Photo Video (Typically free shipping)|
|$5-$25||Additional SD (standard capacity) memory cards, 4GB-8GB, Class 4-6 (Class 10 is fastest)|
|$15-$75||Additional SDHC (high capacity) memory cards, 16GB-32GB, Class 10 |
|$38 ||Replacement lithium-ion rechargeable battery pack|
|$38-$40||Replacement battery charger|
|Weight||6.5 oz. |
|Included in Box||Strap, USB cable, rechargeable battery, AC adapter/charger|
|Type of Media||SD memory card, SDHC memory card|
(Typical point-and-shoot: 1/2.3" sensor ratio. Larger sensors: 1/1.7")
|Monitor|| 3.5" OLED (touch panel) with anti-reflection coating, touch screen control (819k dots)|
|Video||1080p, 30fps video recording|
|Flash||Built-in TTL auto flash with monitor preflashes, 1'8" to 18' range|
|Zoom||10X optical zoom with NIKKOR ED glass lens; 4x digital zoom|
(Basic point-and-shoots: 3X-10X optical zoom. Superzoom: 10X-40X+)
|Photographic Values||Focal length: 4.5mm-45.0mm (film equivalent 25mm-250mm lens)|
shutter speed: 4 seconds (Fireworks mode) to 1/4000th second
ISO: auto, 125-3200
|Continuous Shooting||Up to 3 shots at 8 frames per second |
|Batteries||Rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack; about 140 shots per charge (about 4 hours charging time)|
|Other Features||1.7GB internal memory|
17 scene modes (beach, dusk/dawn, night portrait, party/indoor, snow, etc.)
In-camera image editing (border, crop, D-lighting, filter effects, quick retouch, rotate image, skin softening, small pi
Smart Portrait System identifies and focuses on faces and optimizes camera settings
2-second or 10-second self-timer delay
|Warranty||1 year limited, parts and labor|
The manufacturer's detailed product information is available at NikonUSA.com.
What People Are Saying:
Many critics applaud the attempt to meld the Android operating system into a digital camera, but most think the goal was loftier than the actual attempt. Initial user reviews are mixed, with several complaining that it can't be used (for example, to access email or the internet) while it is charging or reporting with random error messages or the Wi-Fi only working intermittently.
- CNET: " The S800c feels like a camera with an Android smartphone tacked on, and a slow and old one at that. Battery life is very short. Photo quality isn't any better than its far less expensive line mate, the Coolpix S6300."
- Pocket-Lint.com: "(T)he S800c has two main problems: it's far too expensive for what is essentially an Android version of the point-and-shoot Coolpix S6300 at almost three times the cost, and battery life really isn't up to scratch."
- TheVerge.com: "The S800c may be a nice-looking point-and-shoot with a big touch-screen and a slender body, but the end result is more reminiscent of a two-year-old phone than a modern digital camera. The S800c runs Android 2.3, and using the camera brought back the lag- and crash-filled memories of our phones from 2010."