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  • 8x Zoom Digital Camera featuring 5.0 effective megapixels
  • 5.0 effective megapixels for 2,560 x 1,920-pixel images
  • Newly designed 8x Zoom-Nikkor lens with 8.9-71.2mm coverage (equivalent to 35-280mm in 35mm [135] format); digital zoom up to 4x magnification (32x when combined with optical zoom)
  • Nikon's advanced image-processing algorithm ensures faithful color reproduction
  • Exclusive 256-segment Matrix Metering and Matrix Auto White Balance ensure outstanding exposure and white balance control
  • Macro shooting down to 3cm (1.2 in.); macro shooting down to 50cm (19.7 in.) at full telephoto 280mm (35mm [135] format) also possible; convenient Best Shot Selector (BSS) function also available
  • Durable, professional-grade magnesium (Mg)-alloy body combines refined ergonomics with a compact size
  • Electronic ViewFinder (EVF) for bright accurate through-the-lens frame coverage; Vari-angle LCD for total convenience in every shooting position; both deliver images almost instantly
  • Shutter speeds from 1/4,000 to 8 sec.
  • Versatile white balance settings and White Balance Bracketing
  • Saturation control (4 steps and Black & White) enables in-camera color modification for direct printing
  • Noise Reduction mode for long-time exposures
  • Clear Image mode for ultra-smooth color gradation at image sizes up to 1,280 x 960 pixels (SXGA size)
  • Multiple capture modes, including Continuous shooting of up to 3 frames per second in full size and Ultra High-speed Continuous shooting of up to 30 fps at 320 x 240 pixels (QVGA size)
  • RAW image (NEF format) data recording mode for increased image quality and enhanced post-processing potential

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