Nikon presents Coolpix S6900 digital camera

Nikon presents Coolpix S6900 digital camera

For people who like to take hundreds and hundreds of photos without any preparations, Nikon has presented the new Cooplix S6900 point-and-shoot digital camera. The new company product is especially useful for selfie fans who need a camera with decent zoom.

The new camera features a stylish and light chassis that measures 99.4 x 58.0 x 27.9 mm. The camera weighs 180 grams and offers a 16 MP 1/2,3-inch CMOS sensor, up to ISO 6400, 12x optical zoom, Wi-Fi, a 3-inch display in the back, NFC, a SD/SDXC/SDHC card slot and a powerful Expeed C2 processor. In addition to that the camera supports 1080p video recording at 60 FPS and has 33 pre-defined modes as well as high speed shooting at 8 FPS. An interesting feature of the new camera is that its display can be moved and adjusted and thus you can see yourself while taking a selfie.

The Nikon Coolpix S6900 will be available in white, red and black colors. No word on pricing as of now.

Source: Nikon

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