YOKOHAMA, Japan (AVING Special Report on 'CP+ 2011') -- <Visual News> Nikon(Nikon, www.nikon.co.kr) unveiled COOLPIX P500 with 36x zoom at CP+(Camera & Photo Imaging Show) organized by Camera & Imaging Products Association(CIPA) at 'Pacifico Yokohama' in Yokohama, Japan from Feb 9~12.
With high-end camera COOLPIX P500 of P(Performance) Lineup focused on high performance, taking a picture is possible from 22.5mm wide angle to 810mm by loading NIKKOR 36x zoom lens, the highest rate among COOLPIX cameras. In addition, thanks to Back-Illuminated CMOS Image Sensor, shooting with high-definition and without noise is available.
It also supports manual exposure mode and shooting full HD video and users can take a picture at various angles with tilt(the way that LCD monitor moves up and down to take a picture from low-angle to high-angle) 3(7.62cm) TFT LCD monitor. COOLPIX P500 loads 12.1 mega pixels of image sensor and supports ISO 3200 with high-speed. Serial shooting with the speed of 8 images/sec is available.
Nikon also designed it for users to control it easily by newly arranging 'Set up button for serial shooting' right next to shutter which can change from P/S/A/M mode to serial shooting mode.
<AVING Special Report Team for CP+2011 : Paul Shin, Sena Moon, Sohpia Kwag, Mia Eun>