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Nikon debuts three entry-level Coolpix cameras

updated 09:20 am EST, Wed February 16, 2005

New Nikon Coolpix cameras

Nikon also unveiled three easy-to-use new Coolpix digital cameras for everyday digital photographers, including the the 4-megapixel . They feature Nikon's In-Camera Red-Eye Fix technology, its D-Lighting functions to compensate for insufficient flash or excessive back lighting, Blur Warning features, a redesigned graphic user interface that lets the user navigate functions by either menu item list or icon, and sixteen different scene modes (including a new underwater mode in the 4600 and 5600. In addition, the Coolpix5600 and 7600 have the ability to capture video with sound and can also be easily connected to a TV, using the included video cable. All three cameras will be available in March for $200, $280, and $380, respectively.

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