Just in time for Christmas, we’re teaming up with Nikon to give two lucky readers the chance to win a Nikon COOLPIX S3300 digital camera.

The 16MP Nikon COOLPIX S3300 camera is only 19.5mm – perfect for those who want a great looking, colourful camera that slips easily into the pocket. The super-fast start up means you’re only ever seconds from shooting, so that every spontaneous moment can be captured. The NIKKOR 6x wide-angle optical zoom lens (26-156mm) with vibration reduction, keeps photos and videos looking steady even when you’re on the move. Versatility and image quality with 6x zoom and Lens-shift VR image stabilisation A 6x Zoom-NIKKOR lens with 26mm wide-angle coverage (35mm format equivalent) is paired with the advantages of Nikon’s Lens-shift VR image stabilisation to help consistently capture sharp and beautiful pictures.

Colourful and portable (19.5mm body) the S3300 is an excellent option for any amateur photographer, no matter what their skill level, and is the perfect stocking filler for any fan of the art of photography.

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This article was first posted on November 12, 2012