The Nikon Coolpix P510 features a highly sensitive (BSI) Back-illuminated 16 megapixel CMOS imaging sensor, ideally suited for low-light shooting. Coupled with Nikon’s second-generation lens-shift (VR) vibration reduction, the blurry effect caused by camera shake is reduced. This second generation VR system allows shooting at shutter speeds up to 4 stops slower than normal
Record Full High Definition (1920x1080) videos with stereo sound. Easily start and stop recording using the dedicated video record button. Optical zoom with autofocus is available whilst recording. Shoot fast or slow-motion video in VGA resolution (640x480)using speeds of up to 120 frames per second
The Coolpix P510 also features a high resolution 3.0 inch tiltable lcd with an anti-reflective coating
A built-in GPS geotags the latitude and longitude data as part of the image. Images geotagged then integrate with Google Earth or the supplied View NX2 software to create a “travelogue” with pinpoints for the route travelled
Auto HDR mode combines two shots recorded at different exposures with a single shutter release, capturing an image with wide dynamic range and richer colour
Shoot panorama vertically or horizontally using Easy Panorama
Shoot 3D still images and play back on a compatible 3D HD TV
Shoot up to five full-resolution shots at 7 frames per second, or up to 30 full-resolution shots at 1 fps.
Full manual exposure control with DSLR-P,S,A,M modes. The Coolpix P510 also features a user-defined mode for quick-direct access to your preferred camera settings
The P510 will select 1 of 16 scene modes and automatically adjusts the camera settings for the image.
The P510 can also shoot with manual focus utilising a 99-point autofocus system for guaranteed sharpness, or use Subject Tracking autofocus which is useful for moving subjects. Subject Tracking AF keeps the camera focused on a selected subject even if it is moving around.
Compatibility with Eye-Fi X2 or later SD memory cards allows you to transmit your images directly to your phone or pc
The built-in retouch menu lets you enhance your photos in-camera with a range popular effects. These effects include Crop, D-Lighting, Filter Effects, Quick retouch, Rotate image, Skin softening, Small Picture. Selective Colour converts your image to black and white, and then adds a splash of colour to an area of your choice. Cross Screen lends a starry effect to bright objects
EXPEED C2 is Nikon’s fast and powerful image processing system. The processor enables faster operation, enhanced movie recording capabilities and better performance in low-light
Go further with the COOLPIX P510, the bridge camera with a 42x super zoom.
With a NIKKOR lens that offers an astounding 241000mm wide-angle to super telephoto coverage, this 16-megapixel camera gets as close as you like to the action.
The backlit CMOS sensor and advanced lens-shift vibration reduction enable steady shots in any light. The tiltable LCD monitor provides the perfect high-resolution view from any angle.
One-touch access to Full HD movie mode lets you switch to filming movies with ease. Built-in GPS includes geotags in image data.
The COOLPIX P510 Zoom beyond your expectations.
Astounding NIKKOR 42x optical zoom lens (241000mm): go further with powerful wide-angle to super-telephoto coverage. Four ED glass elements minimize chromatic aberration.
Back-illuminated 16-MP CMOS sensor: with each pixel receiving more light, this highly sensitive image sensor works with the EXPEED processor to deliver clear shots in any light.
Advanced lens-shift VR: Nikons second-generation vibration reduction system reduces the effect of camera shake in real time and lets you use shutter speeds that are up to four stops slower.
Full HD (1080p) movie recording with stereo sound: a dedicated video-record button makes
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