Reminder: Win A Nikon CoolPix AW100 Ruggedized Digital Camera

I know I mentioned this earlier in the week, but I wanted to post one more reminder that we’re giving away a Nikon CoolPix AW100 digital camera over at this week. This is Nikon’s ruggedized point and shoot, which features a 16 megapixel CMOS sensor for taking great photos and 1080p HD video, which are nice stats in their own right. But what sets this camera apart, and makes it appeal to Adventure Blog readers, is that it is designed to withstand abuse.

The AW100 is waterproof down to 33 feet, can withstand temperatures down to 14ºF/-10ºC, and is shockproof, which allows it to survive a drop of more than five feet in height. In short, it is perfect for all of our outdoor adventures.

To enter the contest, all you have to do is click here and leave a comment on the blog post. The contest closes tomorrow, Friday Feb. 10 at 5PM Eastern time, at which time we’ll randomly pick a winner from the comments. This is a great chance to score an impressive little camera, as the AW100 is not only rugged, it also happens to be fairly light weight, thin, and small too. In short, it is a traveler and adventurer’s dream.

Go sign-up and good luck!

Kraig Becker

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