New camera can survive the great outdoors
Nikon unveiled a bunch of different digital cameras this week and among them was the rugged AW110. This digital camera is a point-and-shoot unit designed for the outdoor enthusiast that can also record HD video. The camera has a three-inch rear screen and is able to take photographs and videos and 59 feet underwater.
The camera even has a built-in altimeter and depth gauge that can overlay readings on the video or photos taken. Other features of the camera include the ability to survive drops from up to 6.7 feet. The camera can also resist temperatures as low as 14°F.
Integrated GPS technology can tag photos and video with positional information and share content with smart devices. The camera has a 16-megapixel resolution and five times optical zoom lens. It also features lens-shift vibration reduction and comes in five colors. The camera will available in February for $349.95.
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