• MICHAEL GABLER
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    Nikon W300 Announcement

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    Nikon W300 is the newest version of a resistant compact camera - the camera which will fulfil its role in the situations in which there is a risk of serious damage to a phone or an ordinary camera. The camera is waterproof up to 30m, resistant to falls from a height of up to 2.4m and resistant to low temperatures.

     

    When it comes to the inside of the camera, the most important element - BSI CMOS sensor (ISO range 125-6400) still has 16Mp. The same zoom lens, with an equivalent of 24-120mm and the light of f/2.8-4.9, is also at our disposal. At the back, we have the same 3'' LCD display with the resolution of 921k points.

     

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    1). Nikon W300

     

    When it comes to the new features, the most important change is the possibility of recording films in 4K, with the speed of 30f/s, or in Full HD 1080, with the speed of 60f/s. The producer has also added a diode with the use of which we will be able to light a photographed scene, and Active Guide mode in which we will gain access to additional GPS data, such as height, speed or location.

     

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    2). Nikon W300

     

    The camera is also equipped with Wi-Fi and Snapbridge functions which, with the use of Bluetooth, automatically send the taken photos directly to your smartphone.

     

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    3). Nikon W300

     

    The camera will appear on sale in the summer. It'll have four color versions and it'll cost $389.

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