Nikon P300 Aims For Good Photos In Any Light

Posted: Feb 9 2011, 9:12am CST | by , in News | Digital Camera

Nikon P300 Aims for Good Photos in Any Light
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The truth is I suck at shooting photos with my DSLR. I hate to use a tripod and when the room is dark, I can't take a shot on manual without getting lots of blur in the image. I end up shooting on automatic mode all the time. The only upside to my D80 for me is that the shutter is fast. If you want a digital camera that is point and shoot and will work well in any light without worrying about blur, the new Nikon P300 might be perfect for you.

The P300 has a wide angle 4.2x optical zoom lens that promises to be really fast. It will shoot 1080p resolution video and has a 12.2MP image sensor. That sensor is a backside illuminated CMOS unit. ISO sensitivity for the camera is up to 3200 and the camera uses optical vibration reduction technology.

Other features include the EXPEED C2 image processor, a bunch of automatic setting modes, full manual, and a 3-inch rear LCD, that LCD has 921K dot resolution. The P300 will ship in March for $329.95.

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