Feb 16, 2005

Nikon Coolpix 7600 Unveiled

More breaking news from DPReview:
In the first of two 7 million pixel camera announcements from Nikon today comes the Coolpix 7600. Nikon has included D-Lighting technology which corrects exposure problems in playback and in-camera red-eye removal. Face-priority AF is a new features which finds and focuses on people's faces in Portrait mode. The Coolpix 7600 also boasts a 3x optical zoom (38-114mm), 1.8-inch LCD, five movie modes and take SD storage. It will be available in Europe in Springtime in black and silver.The Coolpix 7600 will only be available in black in the US.

Nikon’s New 7 Megapixel Compact Digital Camera adds to the COOLPIX Range

Tokyo — Nikon Corporation is pleased to announce the introduction of the COOLPIX 7600, a compact and easy-to-operate digital compact camera that combines 7.1 effective megapixel performance with a host of new and enhanced in-camera features designed to appeal to today’s digital camera users of all levels.

COOLPIX 7600 produces clear and sharp images even after cropping and enlarging up to A3 size thanks to its 7.1 effective megapixel high-resolution image sensor and 3x optical Zoom-Nikkor ED (Extra-low Dispersion) lens equivalent to a 38-114mm lens in 35mm format. Macro shooting enables the user to take close-ups as close as 4cm (1.6 inches)

The COOLPIX 7600 incorporates Nikon’s innovative features which produce outstanding images straight out of the camera. Nikon’s exclusive D-Lighting function is available in Playback mode for use on images with excessive backlight or insufficient flash. At the touch of a button, D-Lighting keeps bright areas bright, while automatically adding light and detail to the darker parts.

Face-priority AF is another key advantage of the COOLPIX 7600. Available in Portrait mode, this unique capability has the power to automatically find and focus on people’s faces to ensure sharpness in portrait images where it is needed.
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