The Nikon Coolpix P7700 point and shoot camera has a strong magnesium alloy body and features a 7.1x 28-200mm equivalent glass zoom lens with a maximum aperture of f/2, and a 1/1.7-inch 12.2MP backside illumination sensor. The P7700 offers full manual controls and the can record in Full HD 1080p video. It is a step up from regular point and shoot cameras providing creativity in a compact size.
The P7700 has a high-speed image processor for fast shooting at eight frames per second for up to six continuous shots. The P7700’s lens has lens-shift vibration reduction to minimize blur. It includes automatic shooting options, manual controls 19 scene modes, scene auto selector, in-camera special effects and filter effects. It supports RAW shooting to capture and edit uncompressed images without losing image quality. Additional features include a noise-reduction filter, tone level information, picture control, bracketing functions and HDR effect.
The P7700 has HD video using auto, manual, aperture priority or custom movie modes, and uses intelligent autofocus while recording in any mode and optical zoom when taking images in auto mode. The P7700 has a built-in stereo microphone, an external microphone input, a HDMI mini connector and HDMI-CEC support for recording stereo sound. The Nikon Coolpix P7700: has a 3.0-inch vari-angle LCD monitor with a wide-viewing angle and 921,000-dot resolution, a control system that allows users to easily access menus and manual controls. A hot shoe supports optional accessories such as Nikon Speedlights, the GP-1 GPS unit and ME-1 external stereo microphone.
The Nikon Coolpix P7700 has a MSRP of $499.95.
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