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Capture All Your Holiday Moments with the Nikon COOLPIX S33 Waterproof Camera

Whether you’re swimming in the Caribbean, chasing penguins in the Arctic or simply enduring the roughness of every day life with kids, the waterproof, freeze-proof and shockproof Nikon COOLPIX S33 camera is geared up and ready to go.

This action-ready camera is designed to withstand whatever you throw at it. Capable of enduring depths of up to 32 feet, you never need to worry about dropping your camera in the water or cowering under cover when unexpected rain strikes.

Buy: Nikon COOLPIX S33 $99

The rugged outer body is shockproof from drops up to 5 feet, making it perfect for trips with the family. And with its ability to endure temperatures as low as 14°F, this really is the camera to allay all of your fears.

The camera’s design is family-friendly. With enlarged buttons and easy-to-use menus, everyone from dad to your youngest will have no trouble using this Nikon waterproof camera.

The Full HD 1080p and stereo recording makes the COOLPIX S33 camera ideal for taking special occasion videos at home or on holiday. Get more in the frame with the 3x wide-angle NIKKOR glass zoom lens and be dazzled by the quality of the images produced by the 13.2MP low-light CMOS sensor – all easily viewable on the 2.7” LCD screen.

Whatever your destination, be it the beach, the ski slopes or hiking in the Himalayas, this waterproof digital camera is ready to go. To top it all off, at under $100, the Nikon COOLPIX S33 may be the best waterproof camera on the market this holiday season.

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