Nikon has rolled out a new digital camera that slots into its Coolpix range. The new camera is called the Nikon Coolpix P7800 and it offers manual settings among other things. The camera promises a number of advanced shooting functions in a fixed lens camera.
One of the biggest features of the camera is its backside illuminated CMOS sensor offering 12.2-megapixels. The camera also features 7.1x optical zoom and an F/2-4 Nikkor lens covering 28 mm to 200 mm focal length. That backside illuminated CMOS sensor is a 1/1.7-inch unit.
The camera is able to take high-speed continuous photographs at eight frames per second. The camera also features integrated lens-shift vibration reduction to help reduce image blur and gives users a clearer and better looking photographs. The electronic viewfinder has a resolution of 921,000 dots and offers 100% coverage.
The adjustable rear TFT LCD measures three-inches and offers a wide range of positions settings allowing you to see what you're taking a picture of in pretty much every situation. The camera offers a number of automatic shooting modes as well as full manual control over your images. Users can also record full HD resolution video with frame rates of 30 or 25 fps depending on the video output settings selected. Pricing and availability are unannounced at this time.