Both cameras also sports a 16-megapixel backside illumination CMOS sensor, it features the lens-shift vibration reduction to reduce blur and hand shakes when shooting indoor or in low lighting conditions. It is equipped with EXPEED C2 image processing engine, a few scene modes including Night Portrait, Backlighting and Night Landscape. Both S9200 and S9300 have a 3-inch LCD display, they are capable of recording Full HD videos with a 1920×1080 resolution and can playback recorded videos in slow motion at 1/2 or 1/4 the normal playback speed, or in fast motion at twice the normal playback speed for a comical effect.
Like the CoolPix P510, these compact cameras also comes with a built-in editing function, they offer an ISO up to 3200 and HDMI output for sharing recorded content on a larger screen. The S9200 is the basic model and the S9300 gets an extra function, it comes with built-in GPS chip to record location data for each shot and log your movement or even when you not taking any photos. Nikon plans to release the GPS-equipped CoolPix S9300 on the US market in the colors of Black, Red and Silver for $249.95, while a Blue option will be available for other markets. The CoolPix S9200 comes in Blue, Champagne, Silver and Black.