Nikon Coolpix S3300 Camera Firmware Update 1.1

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Date: April 19, 2013
File Size: 7.0 MB
OS Support: Windows (all)
Downloads: 798

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Smart, slim, super easy. Take better pictures and movies with a 6x zoom and high-resolution 16 MP sensor.

For moments that matter

Your pictures matter, so show only your best. With its slim design and 6x optical Zoom-NIKKOR glass lens with optical VR Image Stabilization, the COOLPIX S3300 lets you clearly capture everything from close-ups to touchdowns. Press the movie record button and start shooting HD movies in 720p. Then let your friends view it all instantly on the bright 2.7-inch LCD monitor.

6x optical Zoom-NIKKOR glass lens

There’s a lot that happens in your life that shouldn’t be missed. Shoot with a 6x (26mm–156mm) optical Zoom-NIKKOR glass lens to capture close-ups, wide-angle and distance shots for both photos and movies. Shooting movies of the band without a tripod? Zoom in and out on each musician-S3300’s optical VR Image Stabilization system minimizes the effects of camera shake in both stills and movies.

Maximum results, minimal fuss

Get super simple camera operation with the S3300 starting with minimal buttons and modes to fumble through. You’ll love the ultra-intuitive command and feature buttons and the easy-to-understand menu. And when it comes to size, this camera is thinner than 1 inch and weighs just 4.6 ounces to easily fit in your pocket or purse.

HD (720p) movies at the touch of a button

For every memorable moment, comes the S3300. Simply touch a button and start recording movies. Memorable moments are saved in high quality HD (720p) with sound. Show friends what you captured right away with the bright 2.7-inch LCD monitor, or play back your movies and photos on an HDTV, computer or upload to the Web.

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