Nikon Zoom digital 'P520 black' 18.1MP 42x bridge camera kit
About this item
This black 'P520' digital bridge camera from Nikon has an 18.1 MP resolution, a 24-1000mm wide-angle lens and an 8cm (3.2 inch) 921000 dot LCD monitor. It can zoom by up to 42x with the 'NIKKOR' optical lens and offers advanced lens shift vibration reduction, for superior clarity. It comes as a set with a tripod, a case and an 8GB SDHC card.
Model: NIKON BLACK P520
NIKKOR 42x optical zoom lens
Advanced lens-shift VR (vibration reduction)
24-1000mm wide-angle lens
Vari-angle 8.0-cm (3.2-in.) 921k-dot LCD monitor
Full HD (1080p/60i) movie recording
Customizable function button: allows you to bypass the menu by creating shortcuts to your favorite camera settings
Back-illuminated 18 MP CMOS sensor
Auto HDR mode
19 scene modes
Advanced movie features: use the optical zoom with autofocus when recording and film in slow or fast motion (up to 120 fps). Record movies in iFrame format and use the built-in HDMI connector to view them
Easy Panorama 360/180 degrees
High-speed continuous shooting: capture sharp shots of the action with ease. The camera can shoot up to 5 frames at a fast 7.5 fps
Includes: 8GB SD Card, Case and Medium Tripod
Mode dial: access the most important shooting modes quickly and easily via the conveniently placed mode dial
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