The Nikon AW100 Waterproof Compact Digital Camera is a hungry for action camera that's brawny enough to do
almost anything you feel like tossing at it severe cold (temperatures ranging as low as 14 °F), big bodies of water, or even occasional accidental plunges up
to 5.0' (1.5 m). Encompassing an optical 5x zoom lens (acts like a 28-140mm
mounted on a 35mm SLR), the AW100 contains a
16 megapixel CMOS image sensor for acquiring
beautiful underwater images, up on the ski runs, or anywhere else you would like to admonish this robust little camera.
The Nikon AW100 has an underwater-ratting to a depth of 33' (10 m), allowing you to take it with you when you're snorkeling,, sailing, or while scuba-diving. All the while while, you'll know precisely the place you are and the direction you're going, because of the GPS and electronic compass modes built-into the AW100 . If that's doesn't let you get your reference point, simply go to the on-board map located on the
uncomplicated-to-decipher 3" LCD monitor.
These functions can assist you in telling the account of the jaunt that you cataloged using high-res images
plus Full HD 1080p movie mode. Even if you're not doing any recording, the GPS on the camera's can log your position and document your route. This may also be displayed upon the AW100's LCD. Similarly, the electronic compass facilitates the documentation of the camera's point of reference.
The Nikon AW100 was conceived to be simple to control using just one hand as the remainder of your person might otherwise be engaged. HD video capture can be started by pressing a single button, while the camera's inventive Action Control mode lets you to set selected camera modes without ever pressing a button. The execution becomes gestural. This will allow you concentrate on the main task at the moment, even if that is just leaving your gloves on.
Aug 24, 2011