Review of Nikon Coolpix P330
New premium compact cameras are appearing into a market which is generally otherwise in decline. Increase by a range of sophisticated specifications and features, this kind of cameras challenge to experienced users, or those who are looking for a backup compact for everyday usage. Nikon Coolpix P330 is a new pocket compact camera conceived to apply to the enthusiast photographer.
Nikon Coolpix P330 has a 1/1.7-inch back-illuminated 12-megapixel CMOS sensor, full HD video recording is available at 1080/50i/25p, 720/25p, and 480/25p or 540/25p iFrame. It has 5x optical zoom with a focal range of 24-120mm, maximum apertures of f/1.8-5.6 and lens-shift Vibration Reduction, RAW (NRW) data processing, Wi-Fi compatibility and built-in Global Positioning System.
You can easily carry the camera around in a trouser, as it determines 103.0 x 58.3 x 32.0 mm and weighs 200g with the battery and memory card fitted.
The lens has a headline-grabbing maximum aperture of f/1.8 at the wide-angle setting, but this quickly drops off as you move through the focal range, reaching a disappointingly slow aperture of F/5.6 at 120mm, which stops in a nice way blurred backgrounds from being noted at the longer telephoto backgrounds. At the back of the camera is a 3-inch, 921k-dot LCD screen, although it isn’t touch-sensitive. Exceed C2 processor assists to facilitate both Full HD video recording and ISO capabilities from 100-3200. This is manually extendable up to ISO 12800, when using the Hi2 setting. HD video recording can be accomplished at 60, 50, 30 or 25fps.
It modifies the Nikon Coolpix P310 with an f/1.8 5x optical zoom lens rather than 4.2x optical zoom on the P310, ultra-wide angle 24mm equivalent at the wide end, and 120mm at the telephoto end, although at a f/5.6 aperture. The Nikon Coolpix P330 is available in black or white