The Nikon Coolpix S210 Digital Camera provides images with up to 8 effective megapixels of resolution and a 3x Zoom-NIKKOR glass lens for incredibly sharp and detailed images. It also has the Nikon Electronic Vibration Reduction (VR) Image Stabilization technology along with a sensitivity equivalent to ISO 2000 which ensures that your photos will always look great - regardless of lighting conditions or subject movement.
All of these features are mediated by Nikon's innovative EXPEED image processing system which provides enhanced noise reduction and improved signal-to-noise (S/N) ratio. Furthermore, the camera's slim, quality-crafted aluminum body delivers high performance and ease of operation in a package that you can carry around with you - always.
The Nikon S210 also makes shooting incredibly easy with user-friendly imaging innovations known as Nikon In-Camera Innovations. These include In-Camera Red-Eye Fix which automatically detects and corrects red eye, a common condition that occurs in flash photography, D-Lighting which compensates for excessive backlight or insufficient flash in images, and Face Priority AF which automatically finds and focuses on up to 12 people's faces within one frame, ensuring clear, crisp portraits. Furthermore, the 210 includes Nikon's Coolpix Software Suite for organizing, editing, and sharing your photos.
The Coolpix S210 has a bright, high-resolution 2.5-inch LCD monitor with a wide viewing angle that has an anti-reflective coating, thereby easing the composition and viewing of photos even in direct sunlight, and an acrylic panel over the LCD that prevents damaging scratches and fingerprints. The S210 also boasts improved menu displays, as well as revised menu icons that will make framing photos easier than ever before.
8.0 Megapixel Resolution
3x Optical Zoom-Nikkor ED Glass Lens
Electronic VR (Vibration Reduction) Image Stabilization
Slim, Stylish, All-metal Design
Movie and Voice Recording
Light Sensitivity up to ISO 2000
15 Scene Modes
Nikon In-camera Innovations
In-Camera Red-Eye Fix
This Feature automatically fixes most instances of red-eye - right in the camera. Red-eye is commonly caused by the use of a built-in flash on a compact camera.
Improved Face-Priority AF
The Nikon Face-Priority AF system automatically detects and achieves sharp focus on people's faces wherever they are in the frame for crisp, sharp portraits - and now it focuses on faces faster than ever. The feature can find and focus on up to 12 faces to ensure superb group portraits.
The Nikon D-Lighting feature can rescue underexposed images or shots taken with too much backlight by automatically creating a copy of the image, and then brightening the dark areas in the picture, while the well-exposed areas are left completely untouched.