Nikon has added the new Coolpix P6000 digital camera to its Coolpix family. The main feature of the Coolpix P6000 camera is the build in GPS system and the 13.5 mega pixel resolution.It is the first ever camera by Nikon that has a built-in GPS.
The camera is 13.5 megapixels, and has wide-angle 4x zoom NIKKOR lens including 2 ED glass elements and Nikon’s image-processing system EXPEED. The new EXPEED Image processing technology ensures sharpness and great picture quality. It also features built-in GPS, RAW support, and integrated Ethernet connector for image sharing via Nikon’s ‘my Picturetown’ and a 2.7-inch high-resolution TFT screen. The 2.7 inch screen with its high resolution output makes it easier to compose shots even in low light conditions. The GPS capability automatically geo tags the location along with the image which can be uploaded to Picturetown where in photos can be viewed based on location. Even though the camera can be operated in Automatic mode, there are options for manually controlling the aperture, the shutter, the exposure modes and programs. The D-SLR type mode dial on the top of the camera helps user adjust settings based on different lighting conditions.
There are six color options for special color effects similar to those obtained using a filter. The Face-priority AF recognizes up to 12 faces for both portrait photography and group images. The camera has a movie function, with the built-in time-lapse movie mode further increases the range of creative options available.
It comes with a strap,rechargeable battery and AC adapter, USB and audio/video cables, COOLPIX software suite and free 2GB online storage at Nikon’s ‘my Picturetown’. It is available for around $499.
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