Sunday , February 18 2018

Nikon S800c Android Camera, now on-sale at Harvey Norman, JB Hifi, Domayne, Teds and Camera House

I’ve just come back from a whip around local retailers and it looks as though the Nikon S800c, the point and shoot camera running Android 2.3 has started to arrive in stores. Domayne, Harvey Norman, Ted’s, Camera House and to a lesser extent JB Hifi are now stocking the camera.

Harvey Norman had the camera out on display and in-stock for $499 although their website has it for $488, whilst JB Hifi have it in their catalogue for $476 but no stock in Canberra as yet call your store for better info on stock, Ted’s have the camera in-stock for $479.95 and Camera House have it on their system but need a days notice to actually get it into stock. Domayne however had the best price I saw so far with a sale price of $398 although on the website it does say $496 :

The $398 from Domayne is actually quite tempting and with Christmas creeping up on us seemingly very quickly it certainly is a tempting offer. Who’s grabbing a Nikon S800c?

Daniel Tyson   Editor

Dan is a die-hard Android fan. Some might even call him a lunatic. He's been an Android user since Android was a thing, and if there's a phone that's run Android, chances are he owns it (his Nexus collection is second-to-none) or has used it.

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2 Comments on "Nikon S800c Android Camera, now on-sale at Harvey Norman, JB Hifi, Domayne, Teds and Camera House"

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I’m loving these Android cameras!

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I had a play with my friend’s samsung galaxy camera and it was pretty nice – and with jelly bean (and a quad core cpu). I would probably wait if i could for the galaxy camera pricing to come out before buying this one.

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