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Nikon Coolpix S2

Note: Technical specifications are subject to change without notice
Type of camera: Digital Camera S2
Effective Pixels: 5.1 million
Image Sensor: 1/2.5-inch interline CCD; Effective pixels: 5.1 million
Image Size: 5M (2592x1944), 3M (2048x1536), PC Screen (1024x768), TV Screen (640x480)
Lens: 3x Zoom-Nikkor; 5.8-17.4mm [35mm (135) format equivalent to 35-105mm]; f/3.0-5.4; 12 elements in 10 groups, Digital Zoom to 4x
Autofocus: Contrast-detect TTL AF with AF-assist illuminator
Focus Range: 12 in. (30cm) to infinity, 1.6 in. (4cm) to infinity in Macro Mode
Focus Area: Center, auto multi-AF
LCD Monitor: 2.5-inch type, 110,000-dot Amorphous silicon TFT LCD monitor with brightness adjustment; frame coverage: (through) approx. 97%, (playback) approx. 100%
Media: SD memory card (optional), Internal memory equipped
Shooting Modes -- Still: Auto, Scene Assist (Portrait, Landscape, Sports, Night portrait), Scene (Party/Indoor, Beach/Snow, Sunset, Dusk/Dawn, Night landscape, Close up, Museum, Fireworks show, Copy, Back light, Panorama assist, Voice Recording), BSS (Best Shot Selector), Image adjustment, Saturation control, White Balance (Auto, Preset and 7 manual modes), Digital zoom (max. 4x), Noise reduction, Self-timer (3 sec., 10 sec)
Shooting Modes -- Movie: TV movie 640 (640x480) at 15fps, Small size 320(320x240) at 15fps, Smaller size 160 (160x120) at 15fps, Time-lapse movie 640* (640x480) at 15fps
Capture Modes: 1) Single, 2) Continuous (approx. 1.8fps), 3) Multi-shot 16 (available only at 5M image size), Interval timer shooting
Number of Frames: (5M): (w/12MB of Internal memory): Fine approx. 5, Normal approx. 10, Basic approx. 17
Shutter: 2-1/350 second
Aperture: Two-step (Open/ND filter (-3.0AV))
Built-in Speedlight: Range: 0.3-2.5m/ 1-8.2 ft. (W), 0.3-1.4m/ 1-4.6 ft. (T); Flash modes: Auto, Red-eye Reduction Auto (In-Camera Red-Eye Fix), Anytime Flash, Flash Cancel and Slow sync
Interface: via COOLSTATION MV-12; USB (2.0 Full-speed), Audio Video output (NTSC/PAL)
Supported Languages: Japanese / English / German / French / Spanish / Italian / Dutch / Swedish / Simplified Chinese / Traditional Chinese / Korean / Russian selectable in menu display
Power Requirements: One EN-EL8 Rechargeable Li-ion Battery (Supplied ), COOLSTATION MV-12 (supplied), AC Adapter EH-63 (supplied)
Battery Life (approx.): One rechargeable lithium-ion battery EN-EL8 (supplied), 190 images. (based on CIPA standard*)
Dimension
(W x H x D):
Approx. 3.6 x 2.3 x 0.9 in. (91.9 x 59.0 x 22.0mm)
Weight: Approx. 4.9 oz. (140g) (without battery and memory card)
Supplied Accessories: Hand Strap, USB cable, Audio Video cable, EN-EL8 Rechargeable Li-ion Battery, EH-63 AC Adapter, COOLSTATION MV-12 Cradle, PictureProject CD-ROM
Optional Accessories: Battery Charger MH-62, Neoprene Case, and SD memory card
PictureProject System Requirements: OS: Macintosh: Mac(R)OS X (10.1.5 or later)/ Windows: Windows(R) XP Home Edition / Professional, Windows(R)2000 Professional, Windows(R)Me, Windows(R)98SE pre-installed models RAM:64MB or more recommendedHard disk:60MB required for installationDisplay:800 x 600 or larger with 16-bit color (full color recommended)Others:CD-ROM drive required for installationOnly built-in USB ports are supported
Note: Microsoft(R) and Windows(R) are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. Macintosh(R) and QuickTime(R) are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Apple Computer Inc. in the United States and/or other countries. The FotoNation logo is a trademark. The SD Logo is a trademark. PictBridge is a trademark. D-Lighting technology is provided by Apical Limited. Products and brand names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies

Review source: www.nikonusa.com

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