Nikon announces Coolpix P330 digital camera

At CeBIT 2013 Nikon has announced a new digital camera – the Coolpix P330. The new product will soon replace last year’s P310 model and will offer a number of improved technologies.

Available in white or black the Coolpix P330 houses a 12.2 MP 1/1.7-inch BSI CMOS sensor and offers ISO sensitivity that ranges from 80 to 12 800 units. A completely new feature is the addition of RAW shooting which gives flexibility in various situations. The Coolpix P330 also comes with a 3-inch LCD display with a total of 921 000 pixels, support for 1080p/30p and 60i video shooting, 5x 24-120 mm f/1.8-5.6 optic with lens-based VR, Wi-Fi connectivity with the optional WU-1a module and interestingly enough a built-in GPS system.

The Nikon Coolpix P330 fully supports SD, SDHC and SDXC memory cards and comes with the company’s Nikon EN-EL12 battery that is good for 200 pictures. The entire camera measures 103 x 58 x 32 mm and weighs 200 grams. It will be commercially available by the end of March for a price that reaches USD 380.


Source: Nikon

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