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Wimbledon with Nikon Coolpix S9500

He only went and did it! As soon as Nadal and Federer crashed out in the first and second rounds, whispers started to circulate that this might actually be the year for Murray to break the barrier and become the first British man to win Wimbledon since Fred Perry, 77 years ago. And yesterday he did just that – CONGRATULATIONS MURRAY!

I was at Wimbledon on what was dubbed as Wipeout Wednesday by the press and I was on Centre Court to watch Federer crash out to Stakhovsky. I secretly wanted Federer to win but was glad that I got to witness such a fantastic match and a sterling performance from a player that I had never even heard of before.

A couple of days before, I was provided with a Nikon Coolpix S9500 to take with me so that I could get a few snaps of the action. I had wanted a smart camera for a while and with this one, it’s so easy to share high quality images and videos via Wi-Fi to a phone, computer or tablet at the click of a button. It doesn’t enable you to share straight to social networking sites, as some other smart cameras do, but I’m still really happy that I’ll be able to take good quality pictures and share them quickly and easily onto my favourite networking sites such as Instagram!

The Nikon Coolpix S9500 has 18MP, a whopping 22x Optical Zoom, built in Wi-Fi and a 3” OLED screen and I found it was the perfect size to slip into my bag unnoticed, until I wanted to pull it out and take snap away.

Here are some of the images that I took:

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Thank you so much to John Lewis who provided me with the amazing camera to take with me. Click here for more information.

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