Nikon Introduces Four New Coolpix Cameras With 4K
Nikon has added four new models to its Coolpix line-up in the form of the B700, B500, A900 and A300, each capable of 4K video recording. 4k.
|The new Coolpix models work in conjunction with Nikon’s SnapBridge app, enabling “continuous and immediate transfer of images from the camera to a smart device as they are captured in real-time”.
“This service comes with a host of features for added convenience, such as the embedding of location and image credit information, synchronisation of date and time, automatic uploading of photographs to Nikon Image Space storage area, as well as remote shooting via a Wi-Fi connection for shake-free shots,” Nikon states.
“Users looking to relive holiday memories or special occasions can also browse camera images, even when the camera is turned off.”
Nikon states that the B700 is classed as the most compact ultra-high-power 60x optical zoom, 120x Dynamic Fine Zoom camera in its category, with a 20.3 MP backside-illumination CMOS image sensor.
-Super Extra-Low Dispersion glass element to reduce chromatic aberration
The B500, meanwhile, is decked out with 40x optical zoom and 80x Dynamic Fine Zoom.
– Handles low-light shooting, reproducing fine details and excellent contrast with 16.0 effective MP and a backside-illumination CMOS sensor
The A900, made for travellers, is equipped with 35x optical zoom and 70x Dynamic Fine Zoom, along with a 20.3 effective MP backside-illumination CMOS image sensor.
– High-performance VR that works effectively to reduce camera shake even when using the camera’s 35x optical zoom
Encased in a premium aluminum body and sporting a thin and lightweight design, the A300 is equipped with 8x optical zoom and 16x Dynamic Fine Zoom, with 20.1 effective MP and a wide-angle 25 mm (35 mm format equivalent) Nikkor lens.
– High-performance Vibration Reduction (VR) effectively reduces camera shake for an effect equivalent to a shutter speed 3.0 stops faster for sharp, crisp images
Nikon states that the new Coolpix models will be available in Australia in April.