18.1 effective megapixels with Backside illumination CMOS image sensor - High quality images even in low light situations. Consecutive shot combining technology By combining multiple shots into a single image, this technology reduces blur and noise, enabling beautiful shots with a handheld camera even in dark environments. Variety of consecutive shooting Equipped with High-speed consecutive shooting, and others. These functions offer increased processing speed to capture rapidly moving subjects such as sports and pets. Full HD 1080/60i movie recording - 14x optical zoom with highly efficient lens-shift VR The 14x zoom lens offers coverage from wide-angle 25 mm to telephoto 350 mm*. And with lens-shift VR (Vibration Reduction), images remain consistently clear with less blur. * 35mm format equivalent Leave it to the camera to take great shots With Easy auto mode the camera automatically selects the appropriate Scene mode to match the shot being taken. In Auto mode, let Target finding AF take beautiful shots in any scene effortlessly since it immediately locates your intended subject and optimizes the focus accordingly. Take shots with lots of smiles, since Smile timer (BSS) automatically releases the shutter 5 times in quick succession, then stores the photo with the best smile. Compact body with solid hold for steady shots In addition to being compact and easy to carry around, the body shape and texture offers a comfortable grip for steady shooting. Other features High-performance NIKKOR lens Powered by commonly available R6/AA-size batteries EXPEED C2 image-processing engine Smart portrait system Special effects and Filter effects Eye-Fi card support Notes: Full HD refers to this camera's ability to record movies in 1920 x 1080 format.
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