Nikon has offered up a new digitalcamera that flash into the superzoom category called the P100. The point-and-shoot camera offers a massive 26x zoom lens and can record full HD movies.
The P100 uses a CMOS image sensor and can record full 1080p HD video. The rear LCD is a 3-inch variable angle unit with 460k dot resolution. The sensor has 10.3MP and the new CMOS sensor uses backside illumination for improved detail.
The camera has 5-way vibration reduction image stabilization, which will be needed at the massive zoom level that cam is capable of. Nikon also integrated a continuous shot mode good for 10fps at full resolution and 120 fps at 1.1MP resolution. The camera has tons more features and is surprisingly cheap given the feature set at $399.95. The ship date is set for March.
The new Nikon cameras are already available for pre-order on Amazon.
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