The Nikon Coolpix W150 is a modern, rugged, waterproof, family-oriented camera. The latest Nikon W150 provides only a few slight new features compared with the previous edition W100. The Underwater Face Framing feature automatically takes up to four pictures anytime a face emerges in the pool or on a dive, new image scene mode, new editing features involve the inclusion of a little world” effect and curve shots, the option to select an image as the welcome screen, as well as a couple of new frames and patterns.

In addition to being present in new colors, like the bright orange edition which we have been sent for analysis. This variant was quietly removed from compatibility with NFC (as with most recent camera releases).

The Coolpix W150 is as simple to use as its predecessor and does not have so many buttons. It is stab-safe, flood-resistant to 10 m, shock resistant to 1.8 m in height and freeze facts down to -10 Celsius. The camera consists of a 13,2-megapixel, 3x optical zoom, and a “perfect” 6-x digital zoom.

It’s compliant with the Snapbridge software, as most new Nikon cameras are. The camera has a tiny Bluetooth connection to your cell phone, which helps you to post images to your phone instantly ready for posting on social networking web pages. Wi-Fi is accessible on the camera as well.

The Nikon Coolpix W150 is offered in five colors Blue, White, Orange, Flower, and Resort.

Nikon Coolpix W150: Price

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Nikon Coolpix W150: Key features

  • Compact body type
  • Max resolution : 4160 x 3120
  • Effective pixels: 13 megapixels
  • Sensor size: 1/3.1″ (4.7 x 3.5 mm)
  • Sensor type: CMOS
  • ISO: Auto, 125-1600
  • Focal length: (equiv.) 30–90 mm
  • Max aperture: F3.3–5.9
  • Articulated LCD: Fixed
  • Screen size: 2.7″
  • Screen dots: 230,000
  • Max shutter speed: 1/2000 sec
  • Format MPEG-4, H.264
  • Internal + SD/SDHC/SDXC card
  • USB 2.0 (480 Mbit/sec)
  • Weight: (inc. batteries) 177 g (0.39 lb / 6.24 oz)
  • Dimensions: 110 x 67 x 38 mm (4.33 x 2.64 x 1.5″)
  • No GPS

Nikon Coolpix W150: Conclusion

A slight improvement from the previous version of W100 is the latest Nikon Coolpix W150 which makes it challenging to advise its predecessor in favor because it is much more costly while you are launching. Really we are not sure why Nikon should not only have updated the W100 firmware to include a few new features added by the new W150 – but that won’t produce a new sale? There is very little justification for selecting a new W150 if you already find the Coolpix W100 in the shop and probably on offer.
But that’s not to suggest that the W150, after all, was still a strong staff for all the family, even the kids, to be an easy-to-use, tough camera through its wide buttons and clear menu systems. When you don’t want to use your computer for snapshots, or when you don’t want your children to use their tablets, it makes a lot of sense for the comparatively inexpensive Nikon W150.

It is a shame that the photographic output does not display anything but a marginally improved performance than in decent light. The Nikon Coolpix W150 is a decent family camera, yes, but do not plan to use it in all circumstances, such as indoors, where most current smartphones are, to be frank.

Although Nikon Coolpix W150 is clearly a new generation-of-sales device for a new financial year which does not really render it new, it is still a basically sound camera that can withstand the rigor of the adventures of your family…!!

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