Nikon CoolPix S800c android powered point and shoot compact camera

Here is another android powered device, a camera, presenting the Nikon CoolPix S800c with a 16MP resolution running on the Gingerbread OS (Android 2.3). This compact phone also comes with built in GPS and Wi-Fi.

The camera makes use of a user interface for navigation and for the camera functions. The key camera features are 3.5 inch OLED display with a WVGA resolution, 10x optical zoom, 4.5-45.0mm focal length and 9 area auto focus selection.

Since the Nikon CoolPix camera runs on android OS it does have an internal storage space of about 1.7GB and you also get access to google play from where you can download camera apps for  editing, enhancements etc. You can use SD / SDHC memory card for storing the images.

HD and Full HD video recording is supported. There is built in Wi-Fi which can be used for connecting with Google play. Plus there is the My Picture Town app that comes pre-loaded which will help you save images on the cloud i.e. Google Drive, Dropbox etc.  Another advantage of having the Wi-Fi is you can even share the images directly from the camera onto your social profile or Flickr without the need of using the PC / Laptop.

Nikon CoolPix S800c android camera

Nikon CoolPix S800c key features and specifications

  • CDC (Compact Digital Camera) with 16MP effective pixels.
  • CMOS sensor, 10x optical zoom and 4x digital zoom.
  • UI running on Gingerbread OS (Android 2.3) with Google play access.
  • 3.5 inch rear touch screen display with 819K dots resolution with anti reflection coating.
  • Wi-Fi, GPS, hi speed USB, HDMI out, built in flash and SD/SDHC card slot.
  • HD (1280x720p @ 30fps) and Full HD (1920x1080p @ 30fps) supported.
  • Image resolution: 4608 x 3456 pixels.
  • ISO range 125 to 3200.
  • Camera features: Auto focus (9 area), face priority, subject tracking, macro close (10cm), 17 scene modes and image editing built in.
  • Rechargeable Li-ion Battery that can capture up to 140 still pictures and gets fully charged in 4 hours.

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