Nikon starts sales of Coolpix S3600 digital camera

Nikon starts sales of Coolpix S3600 digital camera

The Japanese company Nikon has started the sales of its latest small-sized digital camera known as Coolpix S3600. The camera comes in a sleek chassis that measures 97 x 58 x 20 mm and weighs 125 grams.

The new digital camera arrives with a 20.1 MP CMOS sensor, NIKKOR lens with 8x optical zoom, a 2.7-inch display, an anti-vibration system and a memory slot for SD/SDHC/SDXC cards that you will surely need since the Coolpix S3600 comes with 25 MB of internal memory only.

The rest of the specs include ISO 80-3200, 5-level brightness adjustment, video shooting in QVGA, VGA and HD resolutions, 18 scene modes to choose among, top continuous shooting speed at full resolution at up to 6 shots at 1.1 shots per second and a rechargeable EN-EL19 battery.

The camera can now be ordered online where it costs USD 139.

Source: Nikon

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