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The COOLPIX S8000 and S6000

SPECIAL INTERVIEW
Slimmer, faster and more beautiful.
The latest models with hidden 
Nikon technologies.
COOLPIX S8000,COOLPIX S6000 product teams Interview
INTERVIEW 01> More beautiful images of once-in-a-lifetime moments.
Equipped with four functions that enable beautiful blur-free images, even under the most difficult circumstances.
INTERVIEW 02>The truly slim body that is the COOLPIX goal.
A super-slim body despite its high-power zoom lens.
User Survey
What sort of performance is demanded of compact digital cameras?

The most common complaint regarding shooting throughout the world is the inability to capture beautiful photos in dark surroundings.

According to a survey of compact digital camera users conducted by Nikon, the most common complaint regarding shooting throughout the world is the inability to capture beautiful photos in dark surroundings. After this, the most common complaints are regarding the inability to capture the intended, blur-free images due to slow camera response (shooting interval and time lag) and shooting environment. Nikon continues to work toward resolving these issues with comprehensive improvements in basic camera performance that reduce the blur that often increases noticeably with super-telephoto shooting. These efforts have resulted in the new COOLPIX S8000 and COOLPIX S6000, which offer a greater level of satisfaction with their ability to capture beautiful, once-in-a-lifetime photos.

Three most common complaints regarding compact digital cameras(*1)

 
Japan
U.S.A.
Europe
1
Poor image quality with shooting in dark surroundings
Poor image quality with shooting in dark surroundings
Poor image quality with shooting in dark surroundings
2
Batteries too quickly exhausted
Shooting interval too long
Shooting interval too long
3
Shooting time lag
Shooting time lag
Images are too frequently blurred
*1
According to research conducted by a third-party organization. Surveys conducted in fall 2009 in the U.S.A. (prior survey conducted in 2007), spring 2009 in Europe, and summer 2009 in Japan (prior survey conducted in spring 2009).
SIP research (China, spring 2009). Factors related to functions/performance only (excluding price factor).