A year after the launch of the CoolPix P310, Nikon introduces the follow-up compact point-and-shoot, the P330. Fitting easily into a shirt pocket, the compact camera is a big performer built to deliver high-quality images. It sports a bigger 1/1.7-inch 12.2 Megapixel BSI CMOS image sensor and a f/1.8 lens that is the fastest in the CoolPix line.
With a BSI CMOS image sensor, the sleek P330 offers superior image quality with low noise, even in low-light environments. It also features an ISO from 80 to 12,800. Its f/1.8 lens features 5x optical zoom and 24mm wide angle as well as Vibration Reduction image stabilization to reduce image blur when shooting handheld. Other than Easy Auto mode and a range of Scene Modes, the advanced camera also provides P/S/A/M manual controls. It is capable of taking NRW/RAW images.
Nikon’s new high-performance CoolPix is capable of Full HD 1080p video recording with stereo sound, and provides HDMI output. Its built-in GPS chip can record the location where images and videos are captured, and you can add the optional WU-1a wireless mobile adapter for WiFi connectivity.
Coming in March in black and white, the CoolPix P330 is priced at $379.95.