The COOLPIX P7000's successor boasts faster processing, quicker response times and features a tilting 7.5 cm (3-in.) LCD screen. It features a10.1 effective megapixel 1/1.7 inch CCD sensor, a wide-angle 7.1x zoom NIKKOR lens with 28mm to 200mm range (35mm format equivalent), RAW file format, fast EXPEED C2 processing system, quick response and full manual controls. The COOLPIX P7100 records in HD (720p) with optical zoom and autofocus, and offers frame rates of 24fps. It is also possible to set the white balance before recording begins and you can use the Auto Exposure (AE) lock to set your preferred autoexposure at any time during shooting. The COOLPIX P7100 also features a built-in HDMI connector with HDMI-CEC support for output to a HDTV and supports use of an external microphone. The COOLPIX P7100 is available in black.
The COOLPIX P7100 has an RRP of £499.99 / €580.00 and is available from 22 September 2011.
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