Nikon Coolpix S9500
Announced Jan 29, 2013 •
18 megapixels | 3″ screen | 25 – 550 mm (22×)
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I know that Nikon S9500 does not have manual control mode but has a variety of features of automatic photographing. S9500 is one of the best choices for photographers who start seeking a Wi-Fi camera and strong zoom. Additionally, the camera integrates a filter which allows you to adjust colors to make your photos look better. I intend to travel to Thailand and want to have a good camera to save beautiful images.So is it suitable for a novice photographer like me? Highly appreciate all the...
By: dianadebraga (9 months ago)
Posted to: Open Talk
i know that nikon coolpix s9500 and sony hx200v record great videos from certain distance. Really Good zoom and focus. Lumix TZ60, Canon sx700 and Canon sx710 are also this good to record shows from a certain distance of stage? This cameras have so good zoom and focus as nikon coolpix s9500 and sony hx200v? if not other options under $700 thanks
hi, After a long time this is my second thread on this forum. as i'm from India printer selection is very limited here. so, even if i do like certain models on the internet unfortunately i'm not able to buy those , because the seller can't ship that model to my location. so, i'm looking for easily available but good quality printer for my photos. any suggestions on that? i've a "nikon coolpix s9500" camera. Thank u.......... :-)
What would cause an S9500 to be very slow between shots? It makes you wait shot to shot so long that any moment you hoped to capture is long gone. Any ideas what might cause this? Thanks! --Crazy old man! Slow down. You are way too old to behunting hemi's in that 66GTO.
I am looking for a new superzoom camera that I will use in automatic mode. I have had great help on here before so am looking for some opinions please. I realise compacts are not going to get me the quality of a dslr or the like but I'm looking for the 'best in the range' for basically an everyday / holiday camera that I can put in my bag and get decent usable shots from. I will be photographing kids, scenery and the like and using it both indoors and outside. I've had cameras in the past...
Hello, I have an issue where my camera will take a picture, I have taken pictures for 3 months but one day it has stopped, it will focus etc but not actually take the shot, my wife thinks she has changed a setting somewhere, I have done a reset of the settings but this has not helped, can anyone advise? Thank you Danny
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