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New Nikon D750 and COOLPIX S6900

Tuesday, 23 September 2014

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Nikon has recently launched the new D750, the smallest and lightest Nikon FX-format camera, and the new 16.0 megapixel COOLPIX S6900 for those looking to capture beautiful self-portraits to upload and share via social media quickly and easily.

 

The COOLPIX S6900 features a range of creative functions in a compact, stylish design, including a vari-angle touchscreen LCD monitor ideal for shooting self-portraits, Near Field Communication (NFC) support, built-in Wi-Fi® and a 24x dynamic zoom. It offers self-portrait lovers a portable camera that can capture memories to share with friends and family at home or on the road.

 

  

The Nikon COOLPIX S6900 price and availability will be advised at a later date.

 

 

COOLPIX S6900 Key Features:

+ Flexible, Quality Shooting
+ Straightforward, Spontaneous Sharing
+ Inspiring Creativity
+ Evolved Gesture Control

 

 

 

The New Nikon D750

 

With superior maneuverability and agility in a powerful, compact package, the revolutionary Nikon D750 is packed with features to provide photographers all they need to capture stunning images. The D750 enables the freedom of photographic expression with sought-after functionalities of built-in Wi-Fi®, tilting monitor, 24.3 megapixels, 91K-pixel RGB sensor, and outstanding high-speed continuous shooting rate of approximately 6.5 frames per second for both FX- and DXformat, all fitted into a slim and durable body.

 

The Nikon D750 will be available end September 2014. The price will be available at a later date.

 

 

D750 Key Features:

+ Rich image quality paired with exceptional technology
+ Smooth, cinematic Full HD video
+ Outstanding functionality and performance for precision
+ Incredible Flexibility
+ Additional versatility and functionality

 

 

For more information, please visit www.nikon.com.sg.

 

 

Source / Photos credit: Nikon Singapore

 

Photos: Nikon SingaporePosted by Admin in Technology on 23 Sep 2014

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