In playback, the Coolpix S9300 shows basic information about the picture such as the file number, date/time and position in the line of pictures on the card. Pressing OK will change the display to a smaller thumbnail and more information such as shutter speed, aperture, ISO and even a histogram. Playback can be accessed from power off by holding the playback button down. In the menu area, there's a few different editing options such as D-Lighting, an auto quick retouch option and the filter effects. These can't be used on the burst images.
In the GPS menu, there are plenty of options. There are five initial options in the menu and these can be drilled into to expand your options. In GPS options, you can switch GPS on, synchronise the camera's clock and update the profile. Points of interest can be added and you can also record logs of GPS data in 6, 12 and 24 hour periods. The last option is something that can provide useful if out walking. It places a compass on the screen so you can keep track of the direction you're travelling in.
I am the Nikon COOLPIX S9300. The stylish compact camera for perfect pictures from any distance.
18x wide optical zoom (25 - 450 mm)
GPS with compass for geotagging
Low noise 16 MP CMOS image sensor
Full HD movie recording (1080p) with stereo sound
High-resolution 7.5-inch monitor with 921,000 pixels
18x wide-angle zoom with optical Image Stabilizer Nikon COOLPIX S9300
18x wide-angle zoom with optical Image Stabilizer
Always part of the action: The impressive 18x zoom captures one hand wide scenes with a wide-angle coverage of 25 mm and brings the other to the maximum focal length of 450 mm (each according to small picture) every detail right up close. So he makes the Nikon COOLPIX S9300 to a highly versatile camera with which you can record distant subjects easily. Thus, the camera has zoom capabilities, which you would not expect from such a thin and light model.