|2xAA batteries, USB cable, wrist strap, ViewNX 2 installer CD|
Auto focus lock
Allows you to set the focus and lock in position even if you move the camera.
Auto focus number of points
Auto focus automatically keeps the subject in sharp focus. The higher the number, the greater the accuracy of the mechanism.
Built in flash
Pictures are continuously taken while the shutter button is depressed. Ideal for sporting events.
Country of origin
Digital zoom enlarges images, but can cause pictures to lose detail and quality, or become pixellated.
Different exposure modes optimise the automatic settings to shoot in a variety of different conditions. The number of settings translates into the number of automatic shooting modes, such as indoor, outdoor, sunset, sport.
Various modes can be selected to create the desired effect on shot.
The higher the number, the closer the view of distant objects.
Height, width, depth
Image processing engine
Reduces the risk of blurry shots
Maximum ISO rating
Number indicates camera sensitivity to light. The higher the sensitivity, the less light is needed to take a shot.
The higher the number of megapixels (million pixels), the better the image quality. Higher megapixels also means you can enlarge pictures and not lose quality.
Memory card slot
Takes the card from your camera or camcorder and enables you see the content on screen
Different metering modes change the way the camera reads the amount of light. Some are more accurate but difficult to use, while others are more automatic and well suited to quick snapshots. More metering modes will appeal to those wanting more control, while fewer modes will appeal to those who just want a camera that works with no fuss.
Number of shooting modes
More modes give better versatility and can include landscape and video modes.
Optical zoom uses lenses to magnify the image to make it look closer, whilst retaining high image quality.
Quick start guide
Screen size range
Diagonal measurement of the screen in inches.
Allows you to set a time delay so you can be in your own pictures.
Different sensor designs can have an impact on the quality of your photos, but often the difference is negligible. Sensor size does make a difference though, with bigger sensors producing better photos with greater tonality.
Still image formats
|SD, SDHC, SDXC|
Technical support details
Faster downloading to PC when using USB connection.