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The best Nikon 3D digital cameras are the compact, compact system and DSLR cameras which can capture images and videos which pop out of the screen when watched on a 3D TV. Also suitable for beginners, the below listed top-rated 3D cameras can capture images of over 14 Megapixel resolution and Full HD videos along with the support for an optical zoom range of over 5x. You could get 3D compact cameras from Nikon at cheaper prices like under the $500 price range, but you need to pay a lot if you want to buy a 3D DSLR camera.

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Nikon COOLPIX S9200

Nikon COOLPIX S9200 3D Digital Camera


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Nikon COOLPIX S9200
Nikon D800
Nikon COOLPIX S6300 3D
Nikon COOLPIX S9300
Nikon Coolpix L810
Nikon COOLPIX S9200 3D Digital Camera
Nikon D800E 3D Digital Camera
Nikon COOLPIX S6300 3D Light Field Camera
Nikon COOLPIX S9300 Light Field Camera
Nikon Coolpix L810 Digital Camera
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Release Date
Oct 2012
Apr 2012
Feb 2012
Feb 2012
Jan 2012
Camera Type
3D Digital Camera
3D Digital Camera, SLR/Professional
3D Digital Camera, Light Field Camera, Compact
Light Field Camera, 3D Digital Camera
3D Digital Camera, Compact
Optical Zoom
18.0 x
10.0 x
18.0 x
26.0 x
Resolution
16.0 Megapixel
36.3 Megapixel
16.0 Megapixel
16.0 Megapixel
16.1 Megapixel
Image Sensor Type
CMOS
CMOS
CMOS
CMOS
CCD
LCD Screen Size
3.0 in.
3.2 in.
2.7 in.
3.0 in.
3.0 in.
Image Sensor Size
7.66 mm
43.2 mm
7.7 mm
7.7 mm
7.7 mm

  • When shopping around you can find the S9200 for £245, but retailers such as Curry's are charging £270. This makes it more expensive than the S9300 which you can get from Warehouse Express for £260, which has GPS. Thankfully, the S9200 takes pictures with good detail and colour reproduction and can shoot full resolution images at a fast rate, although noise is a problem from ISO 400 upwards. If the S9200 was cheaper, we'd be happy to recommend it, but for the price, you might as well look at the S9300.


  • The Nikon Coolpix S9200 is a versatile compact that's pleasant and easy to use. However, picture quality isn't always on par with certain similarly priced competitors, such as the Canon SX240 and Panasonic TZ25.


  • An unsurprisingly great camera that's worth every penny of its higher price for its target market of professional nonsports photographers, the Nikon D800 should definitely please those who've been waiting patiently to replace their older Nikon equipment.


  • The full-frame Nikon D800 manages to deliver 36 megapixels of resolution, without sacrificing image quality at high ISOs. It only shoots 4 frames per second, but that should be sufficient for event photographers, landscape shooters, and well-heeled enthusiasts.


  • The Nikon D800 is a beast of a camera, an extraordinarily high-resolution anachronism dropped into a supposedly post-megapixel world. The 36.3-megapixel sensor of the D800 defines it; it is the camera's greatest asset, making it one of the most flexible, enjoyable cameras we've ever shot with.

    If you follow the rumor mill, the D800 was supposed to be a successor to the D700, a camera that would excel in low light, offer exceptional speed, focus quickly, and still be light and compact by the standards of bulky full-frame bodies.


  • The Nikon Coolpix S6300 is certainly an improvement over the model it replaces. Just the sensor change to BSI CMOS is enough to make it recommending over CCD-sensor-based competition. It's an easy-to-use camera, too, so if you're just looking for something inexpensive to toss in your bag that's better than your phone, it's a decent choice. However, both the similarly priced Panasonic Lumix SZ7 and slightly more expensive Sony Cyber-shot WX150 are better.


  • The Nikon S6300 is an exercise in just how quickly the industry has embraced the long zoom compact movement, featuring a 10x optical zoom body and 16-megapixel image sensor in a body that, a few years ago, might have only features a 3 or 4x zoom range. The crushing ubiquity of smartphone cameras has made point-and-shoot manufacturers certainly sweat, with reports that the compact camera industry saw nearly quarter of their sales drop off in just 2011.


  • The Nikon Coolpix S6300 is a thoroughly pleasant camera to use. It's geared for the happy snappers who want something easy and cheerful to take pictures with. This is the camera for such a task. It's not going to change the world; there's no new technology built in. The controls are laid out in a logical fashion, the features will appeal to the market it's aimed at and it looks good.


  • The compact Nikon Coolpix S9300 is a good choice for anyone after a pure point-and-shoot experience and a long zoom lens. But, depending on needs, you might want to wait for a price drop.


  • The Nikon Coolpix S9300 is a compact shooter with a sharp 18x zoom lens and a GPS, but slow start up time and muddy image quality at higher ISOs make it a tough camera to recommend.


  • The travel-zoom category has seen increasingly tough competition in the last two years. What was once the province of kind-of-compact 10x zoom cameras is increasingly featuring ridiculous zoom ranges, and the 18x optical zoom S9300 may just be king of them all. With a body that could almost hide behind a deck of cards, the 9300 crams an incredible amount of hardware into what is essentially a pocketable camera.


  • The Nikon Coolpix L810 offers a lot of specs at a low price. If you need fast shooting performance, though, you'll need to spend more money.

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    With an extremely aggressive price point and some big numbers on the spec sheet, we imagine the Coolpix L810 could sell pretty well. 26x is an amazing zoom ratio for a sub-$300 camera, and as long as image quality is better than, say, the Kodak Easyshare Max, that low investment could go a long way. Plus, whether we approve or not, customers seem to be drawn to big megapixel sensors, even if this one is a CCD.


  • Of course it's easy to look at Nikon - one of the most respected and best selling camera companies in the world - and think that they should be churning out mini D4s. That's not the case though and it's important to keep the price in mind when looking at the Nikon Coolpix L810's specification. If you're a budding amateur that wants to use a long tele-zoom camera without the hassle to begin with then the L810 certainly will do the trick.


Top 5 nikon 3d digital camera:

  1. Nikon COOLPIX S9200 3D Digital Camera
  2. Nikon D800E 3D Digital Camera
  3. Nikon COOLPIX S6300 3D Light Field Camera
  4. Nikon COOLPIX S9300 Light Field Camera
  5. Nikon Coolpix L810 Digital Camera