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Is it possible to take 16MP pictures with an Android App? It appears to only support 8MP pictures?

Or is this a memory limitation for Android?
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I can verify what diffdude says: The android Camera API only lists image sizes up to 3264x2448 as available sizes for taking pictures. It is currently impossible to develop a custom camera app for this thing which can take 16 MP pictures. To me this invalidates the entire point of putting android on the thing! Nikon desperately needs to provide an SDK addition with some classes android developers can use to get to all the features of this camera (and I checked: going through the SDK signup process does not lead you to any development material for the S800c).
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You have to include the "extra" for the output file, then launch the native camera app via intent, then manually select the higher res.

#Nikon - c'mon you need someone with Android expertise to help with this camera. this is a whole new product type, and "read the manual" won't do it#
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I am writing my own android app, and the camera returns 8MP as the largest photo capture size.

Plus, optical zoom does not work in 3rd party android photo apps, it only uses digital zoom.

I would have thought they would have an SDK or documentation on how to get access to the optical zoom, which most other android devices do not have.
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The camera app that is used to take pictures by default is still an Android app. Ergo, yes, it is possible to take 16MP pictures with an Android App.

Caveat: Most 3rd party apps have their own limitations on image size, which has very little to do with what the sensors are capable of. (Most are aware of the upper limits, if they happen to be lower than the app allows; for example, if the app allows up to 5MP, but the tablet only has a 1.2MP front-facing, the app won't try to take a 5MP picture. But if the phone supports up to 8MP, and the app only goes up to 5MP, 5MP is you limit with that app.)

Most current Android apps were built during the days when even the 8MP sensors in phones were rare enough, and 16MP was unheard of. Ergo, they app developers built their apps to the days common specs.

I've also seen some apps that have image size crippled in the free/ad-supported/demo version, but unrestricted in the full version.

Many of the common image editor apps (Pixlr-o-matic, AfterFocus, Instagram, etc) are capable of either taking a picture or loading one from your Gallery. However, in common use, most people ignore the load one from the Gallery feature and only use the from camera option...

If the apps you want to use will only snap pictures at 8MP, look to see if there's an import feature, also check the options to see if it allows for "save at original size" or something to that effect.

Hope this helps more than "read the manual" that you got from the official Nikon answer guy.
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That page in the manual only refers to the normal camera function, not using the camera from within an Android Application. Nothing in the manual says anything about using the camera in an Android App.
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The COOLPIX S800c is a 16MP camera. You're able to select the Image size and quality. Please see page #26 of the user's manual for the COOLPIX S800c.
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Can I connect S800c to Windows Mobile Utility for Andriod (LG G2, Android 4.2.2)?

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If you are still having problems call Nikon service and support.
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Found this:
http://www.nikonusa.com/fileuploads/S800c-WiFi-Quick-Start/story_html5.html
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On Play Store I found only

WirelessMobileUtility
Nikon Corporation - February 5, 2014

I updated S800c firmware to v 1.3

When I start WirelessMobileUtility on my Smart Device (LG G2, Android 4.2.2) and "Upload"/"Simple Setup"/"Start" on my S800c I am getting "Camera Disconected" on smart phone and "Searching ... SSID: NikonAD000041107424" on my S800c

After some time S800c response with "Could not complete setup" with "camera disconected" on Smart Device and wireless icon is "backslashed"

Both wireless are enabled, with following combinations:

Smart Device - connected to WLAN / S800c - connected to same WLAN
Smart Device - connected to WLAN / S800c - not connected to wireless
Smart Device - not connected to wireless / S800c - connected to WLAN
Smart Device - not connected to wireless / S800c - not connected to wireless
Smart Device - connected to S800c's SSID
Smart Device has HotSpot Activated / S800c - connected to Smart Device's Hot Spot
Smart Device and S800c paired by Bluetooth

Any hint?
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No, you need Nikon ' wireless mobile adapter utility, available in the Play Store.
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Are the GPS maps built-in the camera or do you need wi-fi access to use say Google maps?

I ask because this would be a handy navigation tool while traveling overseas, but you don't always have wifi access when walking the streets of a foreign country.
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I use android apps Mapswithme and Navigator. These two apps uses the GPS but does not need wifi. The apps allow you to download the OSM maps of the states and/or countries that I visit. I only need the wifi to download the apps and the OSM maps. With the OSM maps, I am able to use this super smart camera as a Navigator (like TomTom and Garmin). With the OSM maps and Mapswithme, I instantly have my location on the map displayed on the screen. and instead of looking like a lost tourist with a printed map, I appear to be texting on a smart device. It is an outstanding travel tool with a great camera and lens. Just like a Garmin and TomTom, the GPS does not work inside parking garages and inside airports. This super smart camera is so useful that I carry two extra batteries and a charger when I travel. This device came with Google Map preinstalled. Google Maps work very well but requires wifi. When traveling, I look for the nearest free wifi to exploit the android apps to help me enjoy my travels. I use OSM offline with GPS to do a 'Search Nearby' restaurant, hotel, hospital, etc. I continue to be amazed on what I am able to do offline. Also, its a Nikon and takes great photos.
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To use Google Maps you need WiFi access to the Internet. There are some navigation apps that include map files and you may be able to run these on the camera, and then you wont need WiFi.
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The camera's internal GPS receives signals from the GPS satellites and calculate its current time and position. Calculation of the position is know as positioning. The information will be displayed in the screen using the camera's internal map information. No need for Wi-Fi.
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Why is Cell standby consuming most of my battery?

Seems very strange since there is no cell support in the hardware :-).
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I have the latest firmware installed and this is still a problem.
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Nope, installed v1.1 and then v1.2 microcode when it arrived, and the cell standby still reports as using most of the power (but from lots of reading on the web about similar devices with no cell hardware and old android versions, this really seems more like a bad statistic being reported than an actual drain on real battery power).
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If you haven't already done so, you may want to try updating the firmware in your S800C to see if this helps. A link to download the firmware update for the S800C, along with instructions on how to update your camera's firmware, can be found at this address: http://support.nikonusa.com/app/ans...
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Will there be an SDK for android programmers to get access to detailed camera controls?

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no sdk on https://sdk.nikonimaging.com/apply/
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Please click on the link below for information: http://support.nikonusa.com/app/ans...
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What audio and/or video output options does the S800c have?

I'm trying to determine if this could be a replacement for carrying around an Android based music player and a seperate camera. The built in speaker is mono of course, but does it have a 1/8" stereo mini output for audio?
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You can connect bluetooth headphones to the S800c.
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The new COOLPIX S800c doesn't have a 1/8" stereo mini output for audio.
Video Output: NTSC, PAL.
HDMI Output Can be selected from: Auto, 480p, 720p, 1080i.
I/O terminal: Digital I/O (USB), HDMI Mini Connector (HDMI output).
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So there's no way to be able to plug in headphones and listen to music, or anything like that?

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While the camera does not have a headphone jack, you can connect a Bluetooth headset to it to listen to music.
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The Coolpix S800C does not have a headphone connector.
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If the s800c has been "released" why can't I find a product manual in the support section yet?

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You can now find the manual here: http://support.nikonusa.com/app/ans...
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Once the product is announced it takes 30 to 45 days to be available at dealers. Please click on the link below for the Tech Specs for the COOLPIX S800c (only information available for now):
http://www.nikonusa.com/Nikon-Produ...
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How can I use optical zoom with an Android App? It appears to only use digital zoom.

Is there an SDK specifically for Android to allow developers access to the optical zoom?
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The link to the SDK site does not include an Android ADK for the S800c
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Please click on the link below for information:
http://support.nikonusa.com/app/ans...
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I do not see the manual for the CoolPix S800c camera in the PDF library when will it be available??

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It is now available on the web page that links to all manuals: http://support.nikonusa.com/app/ans...
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There actually is an online manual, but the only pointer to it is in the printed quick start guide (I have no idea why). Look here:

http://nikonimglib.com/cdsc/s800c
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Does s800c have the same quick effects settings as s6400? Which one is better in low light/night time? Difference?

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The difference in the maximum aperture between both cameras is less than a quater of a stop, which means both camera will perform the same in low light. They are the same when it comes to just taking pictures.If you are tired of taking pictures with the S6400, all you can do is store it away, but if you are tire of taking pictures with the S800c, you can hit the gogle store directly from the camera and download some fun apps. The real difference here is the Green guy. With WIFI and Android, you can do a whole lot more. Downlad and play games on the S800c. Instant upload pics to social media, facebook, you name it. Using apps like Ustream, you can stream live video recordings anyone anywhere in the world with internet connection can watch live as you record. family, friends, you name it. And by the way,those effect on the S6400, there are free apps that can be dowload from the google store which does the same, No computer needed. you can also upload pics to your ipad, no wire needed. Go for the S800c. I have one and I love it!!!!!!
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The S6400 has the following Quick Effects: Pop,Super Vivid, Toy camera effect 1, Toy camera effect 2, High key, Low key, Cross process (red), Cross process (yellow), Cross process (green), Cross process (blue), Soft, Fisheye, Cross screen, Miniature effect, High-contrast monochrome, Sepia, Cyanotype and Selective Color.

The S800C does not have a Quick Effects option but can apply the following special effects filters: Soft, Sepia, High-contrast monochrome, High key, Low key. It is also able to apply these filters after a picture is taken: Vivid, Black and white, Sepia, Cyanotype, Soft, Selective Color, Cross-Screen, Fisheye and Miniature effect.

Both the S6400 and S800C have CMOS sensors and ISO ranges of 125-3200 for excellent low-light performance. They also both have Night Portrait, Night Landscape, Fireworks and Dusk/Dawn Scene modes which will automatically optimize the camera's settings for the selected scene.

The best way to compare these 2 cameras is to use the Compare option on Nikonusa.com. Go to the below page, check off the cameras you wish to compare then click "Compare Now" to see the specs for these cameras side-by-side: http://www.nikonusa.com/en/Nikon-Pr...
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The Camara Coolpyx S800c have un problem, the Wifi USA in not compatible whith de Wifi Europe?I buy the camara in USA and I can't use the Wifi in EU?

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This is not an answer, it is rather my concern regarding the above issue. I just got the S800c for Christmas and the main reason I was attracted to this camera is the wifi connectivity. I travel a lot and wanted to email my pics directly from it when in wifi zone. I don't have a smart phone and I didn't intend to own one. Hence the Coolpix S800c seemed a perfect solution. The Nikon answer to the above question suggests that while it works in North America, there might be problems overseas ? How come my internet on iPad works fine no matter where I am in the world ? Or maybe I misunderstood something here ?
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The Wireless channels in Europe are different from the USA. You may need to contact Nikon Europe or someone that know about networking for further assistance.
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Is there an Android App to remotely control this camera with a Android cell phone, view and take a picture?

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You can download the 'Connect to S800C' app from google play store. It can be use together with the Upload application on the S800c home screen to view pictures and transfer them wirelessly from the S800c to another android device such as a smart phone or tablet. However, you cannot use the phone to control shooting with the S800c wirelessly.
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No
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i need language

i need Arabic language to my camera COOLPIX S800c
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There are many languages but i did not found Arabic language. what i must do ?
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The following languages are supported with the S800c:
Arabic
Brazilian Portuguese
Chinese (Simplified and Traditional)
Czech
Danish
Dutch
English
Finnish
French
German
Greek
Hindi
Hungarian
Indonesian
Italian
Japanese
Korean
Norwegian
Polish
Portugese
Romanian
Russian
Spanish
Swedish
Thai
Turkish
Ukranian
Vietnamese
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What phone service providers will this work for?

I have T-Mobile, and while I'd love to just buy this I want to make sure my SIM card will be compatible.
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The camera doesn't have the ability to use 3G or 4G. It's a camera not a phone. The only internet connectivity is wi-fi.
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Could the Android OS be possibly upgraded to Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0) or Jellybean (Android 4.1) sometime in the future?

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Unfortunately we cannot speculate about future upgrades until official information is announced on our web site: www.nikonusa.com
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when is the release date?. i want it. No i mean I need it

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The new Nikon COOLPIX S800c was release yesterday and it’s usually available after 30 to 45 days after release date. You may want to check with your local dealer or keep visiting our Nikon store.
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Will this camera have the ability to upgrade Android as the new version comes out?

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Thanks for your question about Nikon products. Unfortunately we cannot speculate about future upgrades until official information is announced on our web site: www.nikonusa.com
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How much space is available for apps?

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Internal Memory Approx. 1.7GB .
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Is it A Phone also?

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No
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