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Nikon CoolPix P610 - 16 MP, SLR Camera, Black

1 500 000 UGX each

Track the locations of your photographic adventures and share your endeavors with your friends thanks to the built-in GPS and Wi-Fi connectivity with NFC of the black Nikon COOLPIX P610 Digital Camera. Also, a 60x optical zoom lens and 16-megapixel 1/2.3" CMOS image sensor combine to provide an exceptionally versatile imaging system with highly detailed, low noise imagery. The NIKKOR 4.3-258mm f/3.3-6.5 ED VR features an impressive 35mm equivalent of 24-1440mm as well as a Dual Detect Optical VR system that reduces the appearance of camera shake by about 5 stops. Also, the camera has a 120x Dynamic Fine Zoom function that effectively doubles the focal length.

Connectivity is a priority in this model with built-in Wi-Fi, NFC, and GPS. The GPS will record the exact location of each shot for sharing your adventures on social networks. Points of Interest is also enabled to show you nearby locations such as scenic lookouts and historic landmarks. Wi-Fi with NFC allows for fast connection to mobile devices and it compatible with Nikon's snapbridge system. This system enables the transfer of images to a connected device as well as remote camera control through compatible smartphones and tablets.

Composing images with this camera is presented in two ways: either through the 0.5" 921k-dot eye-level electronic viewfinder or 3.0" 921k-dot vari-angle LCD on the rear of the camera. Also, users are provided a full manual control option as well as full HD 1080p video at up to 60 fps with stereo sound and a continuous shooting rate of 7 fps. Other features include artistic shooting modes, effects, and filters such as Moon Mode that is designed to optimize settings for long zoom images of the moon. Other capabilities include color dropout, painting and illustration effects, multiple exposures, and more.

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