Nikon Coolpix A900, B700, B500 Compact Zoom Cameras Launched
Nikon has introduced newer members to its Coolpix series after the release of the Nikon Coolpix A100 and A10 sometime around January. The Company has yet introduced another blockbuster piece of Cameras by launching the A900, B700 and B500 compact zoom cameras which will be available in the US in the coming months with a price tag of $299 respectively.
All three cameras feature Bluetooth Low Energy which is suitable for an “always on” connection with Nikon’s SnapBridge app and also comes with an inbuilt Wi-FI and NFC.
NIKON COOLPIX A900
The Nikon CoolPix A900 comes with a 35x optical zoom lens, a 20MP BSI CMOS sensor, which makes it an amazing compact camera for everyday use, to add it also features a 3-inch LCD touchscreen display that slant up and around to face the photographer making it a perfect camera for selfies, it also offers a full PASM exposure control using a DSLR-like top dial, All in a nutshell this Camera has amazing features to be adored by any Photographer as it also sports face-priority autofocus, Creative modes like Multiple Exposure Lighten, which incorporates multiple captures
NIKON COOLPIX B500
The Nikon Coolpix B500 is a rather simple camera to work with, with an incredible 16 MP BSI CMOS sensor, a 40x optical zoom with a hybrid VR to beat accidental camera shakes, it also sports 1080p full HD video recording and can also connect with smartphones using the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Low energy technology that was previously mentioned.
NIKON COOLPIX B700
The Nikon B700 takes Photographers by surprise as it features a whopping 60x optical zoom lens making the Camera a great tool for landscape photography, also has the capacity to shoot in burst mode up to 5fps, it supports RAW image capture a rare attribute among small sensor cameras, supports 4K video recording, like its other twins it can also be connected with smartphone device with the inbuilt Wi-Fi, NFC and Bluetooth low energy and as well comes with a 3 inch, 921k dot flip-up LCD monitor.