Nikon Coolpix S9900 Review – For Travelers



When you’re looking at compact cameras, one of the aspects you’re looking for is its budget-friendly price, which could probably be one of the reasons why you won’t go for the Nikon Coolpix S9900. However, take one step back for a second and just do away with the thought of spending quite a bit for this camera. What you’re going to get is a device made for traveling. It has a wide focal range, a fast auto-focusing system, an articulate LCD at its read, and it’s even great for landscape and quick portrait shots.

Nikon Coolpix S9900 Review - For Travelers

The Nikon Coolpix S9900 is Great for Travel Photos

Since the Nikon Coolpix S9900 is made to be a compact camera, you wouldn’t mind placing this inside your purse or within your pants pocket. It comes with a measurement of 4.5 x 2.6 x 1.6-inches, which means that this unit is highly portable. However, it is a bit on the heavy side and a bit larger than your shirt pocket, but it does easily fit inside the pocket found on your jeans (as long as you’re not wearing skinny jeans, that is).

This camera lacks a viewfinder, which is not surprising considering a lot of compact cameras don’t have one anyway. But what you’re going to get is a high-resolution, 3-inch articulated LCD screen found at the rear of the unit. Furthermore, this screen easily folds into the camera to protect itself for when it’s not in use.

The Coolpix S9900 comes with a 30-times optical zoom lens with a 35-milliemeter focal length equivalent of 25 to 750-millimeters. This is wide enough to capture the vast architectures found in Rome, or when you want to zoom into the various flora and fauna found in the African safari.

Even when using the camera’s fully-automatic mode, it will generally take excellent images, regardless of the environment or conditions. There are scene modes that do offer a more no-brainer approach for shooting, and these still deliver the right exposures that you would expect from a well-performing camera. Colors are rendered beautifully, and you will see the “pop” in contrast when taking pictures of flowers, among many other things.

The Nikon Coolpix S9900 has an aperture range of f/3.7 to 6.4 for its lens, which isn’t particularly fast. However, it does come with an image stabilization feature which does work quite well. So if you’re the photographer that has shaky hands, and you like to travel a lot, then perhaps you might want to check this unit out.


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