11/03/2006

Photography...courtesy-meee

This post is just to share to you people what things im using to post the pics in the blog...The pic above shows ma partner cam....nikon coolpix 4600..Below given is the full review of nikons lower end digital cameras cool pix 4600 and cool pix5600

Two easy-to-use compact digital cameras that make shooting more fun and convenient!

TokyoNikon Corporation is pleased to announce the introduction of the COOLPIX 5600 and COOLPIX 4600 — two new digital compact cameras with impressive image quality and packed with enhanced in-camera features that are easy to use, making them ideal for beginners of all ages.

With a comfortable grip, the COOLPIX 5600/4600 make the user feel at ease and ready to shoot right away. There’s also a range of features that enable beginners to start producing pleasing shots with confidence. A newly designed Graphic User Interface (GUI) allows the user to select functions by either name or icon. A handy “Help” button explains each menu function. Furthermore, both cameras display the menu in a choice of 11 languages. The COOLPIX 5600 and the COOLPIX 4600 feature a large, bright 1.8-inch LCD monitor that makes it easy to compose shots and to view the results. In addition to making operation even more convenient, both cameras have been designed to consume significantly less power — enabling the user to shoot almost twice as many shots with alkaline batteries, for example, in comparison with other entry level Nikon digital cameras.*

The advantage of 5.1 and 4.0 effective megapixels resolution enable the COOLPIX 5600 and COOLPIX 4600 respectively to deliver high image quality exceeding that of most entry level digital compact cameras. They also feature the advantage of a 3x optical Zoom-Nikkor lens — combining the freedom to compose in different ways with high-quality and reliability, and meanwhile supporting macro shooting from as close as 4cm (1.6 inches).

Furthermore, the COOLPIX 5600/4600 not only allow the user to achieve truly pleasing quality with minimal preparation, but they also stand apart from other cameras in their class with the handy ability to automatically improve the quality of recorded images with the touch of a button. Nikon’s exclusive D-Lighting function, for example, can be selected in Playback mode — automatically recovering and compensating for insufficient flash or excessive back lighting in order to obtain balanced exposure throughout the frame. Nikon’s Advanced In-Camera Red-Eye Fix, on the other hand, has the ability to automatically detect and correct red eyes in-camera in most situations. Both cameras are additionally equipped with Blur Warning, which alerts the user when a shot is compromised by camera shake, allowing another shot to be taken to achieve the optimal result.

Designed with a new high-density integration of key components, the COOLPIX 5600/4600 have been created with compact dimensions. They are also lightweight and easy to carry, making them even more attractive to the day-to-day user. To make operation even simpler, the COOLPIX 5600 and COOLPIX 4600 feature the same handy Scene Modes that have made the COOLPIX lineup such a success and four of them also feature Scene Assistance, enabling virtually anyone to achieve better composition. Scene Modes are easy to use — simply select the mode that most closely fits the subject, such as Sunset or Portrait, then leave the camera to select the appropriate settings automatically. The COOLPIX 5600/4600 also feature an entirely new “Underwater” Scene mode, which produces more satisfying, true-to-life colors when using the optional WP-CP3 waterproof case to shoot scenes while snorkeling or scuba diving. This exciting new addition increases the choice of handy Scene Modes to 16!

A choice of five Color Options allows the photographer to have more fun with digital photography, enabling them to select one before shooting to change the entire feel of a shot by making it sepia or black-and-white, for example. The COOLPIX 5600/4600 also have 14MB of internal memory, which enables images to be recorded without additional memory media. What’s more, they are compatible with SD cards, which enable a large number of shots to be stored and are widely available for purchase.

The COOLPIX 5600 and COOLPIX 4600 make it easy to capture action in an expressive manner with movie shooting capability. Both cameras offer a choice of three different movie modes — TV, Small and Smaller — and the COOLPIX 5600 has the ability to capture video with sound. They can also be easily connected to a TV, making it simple to share the results with friends or family.

Printing is made easy with the COOLPIX 5600/4600. PictBridge compatibility makes it possible to print directly to a compatible printer, without the need for a PC. Both cameras come bundled with Nikon’s own PictureProject software, which is user-friendly and offers a broad selection of versatile functions.

* Under CIPA-compliant test conditions, the Nikon E5600 and Nikon E4600 can shoot almost twice as many shots with alkaline batteries as the Nikon E4100.

Both cameras are compatible with the new dedicated waterproof case, WP-CP3, available as an optional accessory, offering sub-aqua shooting at depths of up to 40 meters.

Sales release schedule: Both cameras as well as the waterproof case, WP-CP3 are scheduled for release in February 2005.

Note: Specifications, design, product name, standard accessories, and release schedule may differ by country or area.

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