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Nikon Coolpix P310 16.1 Mp Cmos Digital Camera With 4.2x Zoom Nikkor Glass Lens And Full Hd 1080p Vi

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Nikon COOLPIX P310 16.1 MP CMOS Digital Camera with 4.2x Zoom NIKKOR Glass Lens and Full HD 1080p Video (OLD MODEL)

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  • 16.1 Megapixel CMOS sensor
  • 4.2x Zoom-NIKKOR glass lens with f/1.8 maximum aperture
  • 3-inch Ultra-high-resolution (921,000 Dot) LCD
  • Full HD (1080p) Movies with Stereo Sound

From the Manufacturer Imagine the beautiful imagery you can capture with a camera that provides incredible performance in low-light scenarios. Meet the COOLPIX P310: the serious photographer's pocket companion when mobility is necessary and light is fleeting. The P310 will astound you with its incredible quality and versatility. Secrets from the shadowsUltra-fast, f/1.8 lens for astounding low-light performanceThe world after sunset is an evocative and mysterious place. Capture it with the P310's high-performance 24–100mm Zoom-NIKKOR f/1.8 maximum aperture glass lens. Rely on optical VR Image Stabilization to minimize blur in both photos and movies. Ideal for evening drama, this camera frames memorable, moody views.Flawless detail revealedExceptional Nikon-quality imagesWith stunning image quality and intuitive functionality, the P310 delivers incredible performance despite its pocketsize dimensions. Its 16.1 megapixel CMOS sensor masterfully manages high-resolution imagery. World-class NIKKOR glass optics and EXPEED C2 image processing combine to help photographers produce their exacting visions. Work in four different exposure modes: Programmed, Shutter Priority, Aperture Priority or Manual.Master the darkThe 16.1 MP CMOS sensor advantageWith the P310, you'll capture brilliant images and movies even under challenging low light conditions thanks to its 16.1 MP CMOS sensor. Confidently shoot even when at higher ISO settings. Access the P310's powerful in-camera noise reduction feature and further enhance your images. Create cinematic masterpiecesFull HD (1080p) movies with stereo soundAt the touch of a button, the P310 captures Full HD (1080p) movies with stereo sound. For a creative look, shoot movies in either Slow- or Fast-Motion. Change the mood with built-in Special Effects and shoot in dreamy Nostalgic Sepia or Selective Color modes. Explore new ways to inspire the inner artist in you.Lightning-fast image captureHigh-speed continuous shootingShooting fast action can be difficult. With the P310, capture that allusive subject with quick start-up and high-speed continuous shooting at up to 5 shots in approximately one second. Enhance your creativityAdd a new feel of drama to your images. The P310 boasts a variety of quick creative options such as Backlight HDR and Easy Panorama as well as other creative effects.Frame and share in brilliant clarityFrame and share your shots on the P310's large 3.0-inch LCD monitor; its ultra-high-resolution of 921,000 dots show every detail to precision.

Buy Now : Nikon COOLPIX P310 16.1 MP CMOS Digital Camera with 4.2x Zoom NIKKOR Glass Lens and Full HD 1080p Video (OLD MODEL)

Brand : Nikon
Category : Electronics,Camera & Photo,Digital Cameras,Point & Shoot Digital Cameras
Rating : 3.6
Review Count : 173
Auto Focus Technology : Center, Face Detection, Tracking, Multi-area, Contrast Detection
Photo Sensor Size : 1/2.3-inch
Photo Sensor Technology : BSI CMOS
Effective Still Resolution : 16.1
Camera Flash : Built-In
Video Capture Resolution : 1080p
Video Standard : MPEG 4
Model Name : Nikon COOLPIX P310
Model Number : 26320
Best Sellers Rank : #419,370 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #2,852 in Digital Point & Shoot Cameras
Color : Black
Included Components : Instruction Manual
Expanded ISO Maximum : 12800
Lens Type : Zoom
Optical Zoom : 4.2 x
Compatible Mountings : Nikon 1
Screen Size : 3 Inches
Display Type : LCD
Batteries Required? : No
Number of Batteries : 1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)
Are Batteries Included : Yes
Rechargeable Battery Included : No
Battery Cell Composition : Lithium Ion
Battery Weight : 1 Grams
Target Gender : Unisex
Connectivity Technology : USB, HDMI
Continuous Shooting Speed : 7
Special Feature : Travel Charger
Skill Level : Professional
Form Factor : Compact
Hardware Interface : Lightning
Display Resolution Maximum : 921000
White balance settings : Auto
JPEG quality level : Fine
Image Stabilization : Optical
Video Capture Format : MPEG-4, H.264
Display Fixture Type : Fixed
Assembly Required : No
Item Dimensions LxWxH : 4.06 x 1.26 x 2.28 inches
Item Weight : 6.88 Ounces
Maximum Aperture : 1.8 f
Minimum Aperture : 1.8
Focus Type : Manual Focus
Maximum Focal Length : 100 Millimeters
Minimum Focal Length : 24 Millimeters
Expanded ISO Minimum : 100
Metering Description : Multi, Center-weighted, Spot, Spot AF-area
Shooting Modes : Fireworks Show, Landscape, Snow, Backlighting, Portrait, Dusk/Dawn, 3D Photography, Sunset, Beach, Panorama, Copy, Party/Indoor, Museum, Scene Auto Selector, Close Up, Food, Sports
Battery Description : Lithium Ion
Flash Memory Type : SD/SDHC/SDXC
Memory Storage Capacity : 90 MB
Water Resistance Level : Not Water Resistant
Max Shutter Speed : 4 seconds
Digital Zoom : 4
Battery Life : 230 Photos
Exposure Control Type : motion detection, Manual, Automatic

nikon coolpix p310 16 1 mp cmos digital camera with 4 2x zoom nikkor glass lens and full hd 1080p video old model
nikon coolpix p310 16 1 mp cmos digital camera with 4 2x zoom nikkor glass lens and full hd 1080p video old model
nikon coolpix p310 16 1 mp cmos digital camera with 4 2x zoom nikkor glass lens and full hd 1080p video old model

Nikon COOLPIX P310 16.1 MP CMOS Digital Camera with 4.2x Zoom NIKKOR Glass Lens and Full HD 1080p Video (OLD MODEL)

  • Primarily I use a digital camera for pet photography (I\'ve won several contests with the photos I take), landscapes, flowers, and video. Although this camera has its GOOD points, it was LOUSY on the Pet Scene. Certain features are disabled on Pet Scene that bother dog and cats (which sometimes is a good idea) such as the focus assist light and beeps/shutter sounds, but the default setting was continuous, not single, and I couldn\'t choose flash if I wanted. It wouldn\'t take an image unless it recognized a cat/dog face from a front view. Images were grainy and too dark even in a room with daylight streaming in. Very disappointing on the Pet Scene Setting, but otherwise such as landscapes, flowers, that was decent. Yes, I know I can use manual controls to try for a better pet shot, but cats and dogs will run off before you have all the settings just right.Good points of the P310:> Quality build - except for the battery door seems a little flimsy, but it seems they all are.> Quick start-up if you don\'t use the Coolpix logo welcome screen.> Love the manual control knob on top - and between that one and the back knob, you can control f-stop and shutter easily.> Good weight to it, buttons and knobs work well with chubby fingers.> Good macro - since I love photographing flowers, this passed my test.> I liked the NX software that came with this camera, intuitive, feature rich.Bad points of the P310:> Battery charging is done inside the camera, and I hate those rubbery covers that usually end up breaking off - of course, this can be remedied by buying a separate charger. And it seems 80% of the cameras I\'ve purchased recently are going to this battery charging method to save money, of course.> Video quality was not up to par with my other (cheaper) cameras; however, zoom motor was fairly quiet.Bottom Line: If you want a camera for photographing things other than pets, this camera is a good choice. It may have too many features to learn if you\'re new to digital cameras and want a basic point and shoot, unless you keep it on AUTO.No camera is perfect, I like others better mainly because Sony happens to know the correct way to program the processor for the Pet Scene.
  • I\'m a professional photographer[...] and I started getting tired of bringing my DSRL on vacations and out and about so I really wanted an Advanced point & shoot to take over the role of my DSLR on occasions where I just wanted to slip something in my pocket. I originally bought the Fujifilm F505 EXR because it was cheap on Amazon, $149. It had full Manual controls, Aperture and Shutter priority, everything you would expect. The only problem was the pictures were terrible. Smudging of fine detail, no sharpness, focal points were inconsistent, useless ISO, the pictures were just unusable and un-savable even in Aperture 3 or Photoshop.So, fast forward, I sold it and looked for a replacement. After about a month of research I ended up having to choose between the Canon S100 and the Nikon Coolpix P310. I went back and forth and read reviews on how the S100 set the benchmark for all advanced point and shoot cameras and how great it was. It is about $140 more than the P310, which I was willing to spend IF, IF the pictures were far superior to the P310.So I went to a camera store and tried out both of them. As far as how each of them are to use, well I shoot Nikon and after using the Canon and the Nikon I know why I shoot with Nikon. The P310 is simply the most thought out Point and Shoot I\'ve ever used. Nothing is buried in menu\'s, everything is one touch or a dial. The LCD was much nicer, and sharper. The P310 has a \"User Mode\" found on Nikon\'s DSLR\'s where you can preset your own settings and quickly switch to it. One touch video recording button. It powers on instantly, the auto focus was much faster and more accurate than the S100. Over all it just felt better and I was able to change settings much faster than the Canon. Just like Nikon\'s DSLR\'s you can adjust sharpness and other things in it\'s familiar menu system.So, on to the quality of the pictures. I went on Flickr and spent hours going back and forth between people\'s photo\'s who shot with the S100 and the P310. I found over all that the S100 photo\'s were about 10% better than the P310. But again, these were people that may or may not have known how to fully use their camera ect...So, I ordered the P310 because I thought for the price and it\'s functionality it was the best deal and the quality of photo\'s it produced from what I saw online was better than I expected and read from reviews and was far superior to my old Fujifilm I got rid of.Just got the camera an hour ago and tried it out. Did some indoor shots to try out the f/1.8 and higher ISOs, did some outdoor shots to see how well it exposed photo\'s and handled chromatic aberrations and how well it contained detail and sharpness, and I tried out some macro shots. My first impressions. Wow. Remember I\'m a photographer so I\'m used to working with photo\'s from a DSRL all day and I see all my photo\'s on a 27\'\' iMac so photo\'s are blown up huge and detail, sharpness, smudging noise are all much more present than most people with 17 and 19 inch monitors.First off, sharpness. on a scale of 1-10 most of these are a 10, some darker ons are a 9 which can be bumped to a 10 in Aperture or Lightroom.Exposure, I havent really seen anything yet that was way over or way under exposed. Clouds looked great and even a few things that looked over exposed were savable in Aperture.Noise. Virtually no noticeable noise up to ISO 400, minimal noise at ISO 800, that was as high as I went as the camera lets in a ton of light as it is.Detail smudging, the image processing contained detail extremely well especially in grass, leaves on tress, textures.I wish I had bought this camera first. The photo\'s are brilliant for a point and shoot and quality wise are on par with my first DSLR ever the D3000. These photo\'s are far superior to what a regular point and shoot camera will produce. The low light lens will basically let you shoot in any kind of light and you will probably never have to use the flash. The Macro mode blew me away. You can literally get with in a few millimeters of a bug or flower and get an amazingly sharp photo with a great blurred background which is impressive seeing as the image sensor in the camera is so small.Bottom line, if you\'re on the fence about getting this camera and it\'s at your price point, you won\'t find a sexier, easier to use camera that produces this kind of quality photos. If you\'ve ever shot with a Nikon you\'ll feel right at home with the menus and new function button.I can finally leave me DSLR at home now!Update: this camera is blowing me away with the picture quality. Don\'t waste your money on the S100. This camera will be relevant for years and years to come.=====================================================================Update: My review on the new P330. In a nut shell, don\'t buy it, get the P310:I wrote a review Praising Nikon\'s P310, And I suggest to anyone looking for an advanced point and shoot to save their money and buy that model. Everything from fit/finish to functionality to image quality the P310 excels over the P330, and that is sad considering what Nikon did with the P330. The P330 has GPS, larger image sensor all kinds of bells and whistles but the bottom line is I sent it back and I\'m keeping my P310.The Nikon P330 compared to the P310.The P330 feels cheap. The on/off switch takes at least 2-3 times to turn the camera on, it\'s as if you have to push it harder than you could possibly image for it to recognize you\'ve turned it on. The new thumb dial has a different texture compared to the P310. Your thumb slides off more easily when rotating it especially around 11:00. In the menu system either clicking the dial up or down or rotating it to scroll through menus requires 2 clicks or two clicks of the dial to move only 1 position. This makes it feel as though it isn\'t recognizing what you\'re doing or makes it feel laggy, the P310 is not like this. The new shutter dial is flimsy and cheap and feels like it\'s going to break off when you\'re adjusting shutter speed.The P330 Image quality. In the perfect settings the P330 did appear to have slightly better images than the P310, but that was circumstances you won\'t be using it in. Using the same ISO, Shutter Speed and Aperture the P310 at ISO 100, f/5.0 and 1/500sec produced bright clear noise free shots outdoors. The P330 with the same settings produced a back image. I had to turn the shutter speed all the way down to 1/60sec in order to get the same exposure. What does this mean? Well at 1/60sec moving objects like cars or people become more blurrier. From all the shots I did I concluded the P330 needs to have 3x a lower shutter speed than the P310. I\'ve never gotten a blurry shot with the P310 in light or dark situations. When testing the P330 over and over and over I had blurry shots. Also the auto focus on the P330 on live view is jittery and moving subjects such as people or cars can\'t be distinguished sharply because it jerks around like the auto focus has a problem, the P310 was not like this.Overall I rate this camera 1 Star and I would give it zero If I could. At $379 it\'s a terrible waste of money. The P310 is far superior in image quality, functionality and reliability in every single way. If you want Nikon and you want an advanced point and shoot, get the P310, you won\'t be sorry. I\'m just happy I didn\'t sell mine.

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