Nikon Coolpix P7800 announced


The digital camera market has certainly grown by leaps and bounds, and consumers have plenty of choices to pick from in this day and age. Of course, there will always be the mass market compact digital camera market that should keep beginners happy, while the Micro Four Thirds category caters to a fast growing niche, and on the other end of the spectrum we have the DSLR family that offers enthusiasts as well as professionals a tool to get the job done and make a living. Well, the recently announced Nikon Coolpix P7800 would be the latest member of Nikon’s Advanced Performance Coolpix range which will offer versatile high-performance features in a portable, compact body.

Sporting automatic as well as advanced features, the P7800 will offer a high-powered and intuitive option without having to give up creative control. Jam-packed with innovative features such as a large 12.2-megapixel CMOS sensor, a fast maximum aperture f/2.0 lens and new electronic viewfinder, the Coolpix P7800 is able to capture images and HD video without missing a beat, even when you are faced with challenging low-light shooting situations.

With its large 1/1.7-inch 12.2-megapixel backside-illuminated CMOS sensor and a versatile 7.1x zoom range (28-200mm equivalent), you are more or less capable of capturing stunning images and Full HD video under various shooting environments, regardless of whether they are portraits, capturing a landscape or documenting the family vacation. Not only that, a selection of scene and shooting modes would allow even the beginner to capture some decent looking images, and there are also full manual controls (P,S,A,M) and the ability to capture RAW files so that you are able to get a better idea when it comes to moving up the digital camera ladder later on. The Nikon Coolpix P7800 should already be in the market with an asking price of $549.95 a pop.

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