Nikon’s Coolpix W300 is a rugged point-and-shoot with 4K chops

by Muhammad Irfan Raza
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Nikons Coolpix W300

It will not overdone by rival camera makers Olympus, Nikon will ready for making and launching the strong point-and-shoot of its own.

The new Coolpix W300 hires some amazing functions from the AW130 that was developed in 2015, including the same 16-megapixel (1/2.3-inch) CMOS sensor, wide-angle lens with 5x optical zoom, 3-inch LCD as well as built-in NFC, WiFi, and GPS.

Generally, the W300 is a waterproof (100ft/30m), freezeproof (14F/-10C), shockproof (7.9ft/2.4m) and dustproof. The function in this W300 is that it can support 4K UHD (3,840 x 2,160) video at 30fps.


You can also record their amazing moments with high resolution, you can also take pictures with amazing function and high-quality resolutions and also make the videos as well.

In term of ergonomics, Nikon tells its W300 is an improvement over the AW130, thanks for changing the redesigned grip that make easy to grip and take pictures and movies comfortably.

The Coolpix launching camera in this summer at price of for $395, about $55 less than Olympus’ recently announced TG-5 rugged camera.

Nikon's Coolpix W300


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