Nikon COOLPIX P600 Digital Camera (Red) + 64GB Memory Card + Additional EN-EL23 Battery and Charger + Small Gadget Camera Bag + All in One High Speed Card Reader + Accessory Kit

November 17, 2014 - Comment

The red Nikon COOLPIX P600 Digital Camera features a 16.1 CMOS Sensor for noticeable image quality and a 60x wide optical zoom 4.3-258mm f/3.3-6.5 NIKKOR Super ED VR lens, a considerable 24-1440mm 35mm equivalent focal length, providing you with wide angle and telephoto shooting options. A Dynamic Fine Zoom up to 120x effectively doubles your

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The red Nikon COOLPIX P600 Digital Camera features a 16.1 CMOS Sensor for noticeable image quality and a 60x wide optical zoom 4.3-258mm f/3.3-6.5 NIKKOR Super ED VR lens, a considerable 24-1440mm 35mm equivalent focal length, providing you with wide angle and telephoto shooting options. A Dynamic Fine Zoom up to 120x effectively doubles your reach for even more zoom when shooting at long distances, and for optimal viewing options, the P600 features dual viewing systems including a 3″ Vari-angle 921k-dot TFT-LCD monitor and an electronic eye-level viewfinder.

One-touch record button allows you to shoot Full HD video, and built-in Wi-Fi allows you to use your smartphone or tablet as a remote control for your camera, as well as instantly share your photos. For easy photo capture choose Programmed Auto or a preset shooting mode such as Night or Portrait, or use the Full manual settings for a more customized experience.

Bundle Includes:

•Nikon COOLPIX P600 (Red)

•Top Brand 64GB SDHC Memory Card

•Focus FC-CR1 All In One High Speed Card Reader

•2 Additional EN-EL23 Rechargeable Li-ion Batteries br>
•Battery Charger For EN-EL23 Batteries

•Focus 5 Piece Digital Camera Accessory Kit

•Focus Lens Cleaning Pen

•Focus Professional Wrist Grip Strap for Digital & Film SLR Cameras

•HDMI Standard to Micro Cable

•Small Gadget Camera Bag – Polyester

•7-inch Mini Flexible Spider Tripod

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Prashit says:

I’m also interested. I boguht the P510 recently with little knowledge of photography beyond the auto settings of a typical point-and-shoot. Will the differences in the P510 be substantial enough to warrant waiting rather than buying the P500 book? I’m anxious to get started and other than lens size and CMOS sensor size, wonder what the differences are between the P510 and P500.-Mike

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