Yes, you did read that right, we’re all phoned out for now, so time for a bit of a change of scenery with a camera story. Nikon’s latest two digital cameras both have 7.1-megapixel sensors and come in at under £320, making them an appealing price for the average consumer. The Coolpix 7600 and Coolpix 7900 come with Nikon’s D-Lighting function which is designed to correct problems of overly bright backlighting or insufficient flash by adding light and details to the darker parts of a shot. A 3X optical zoom is present on both and while the 7600 comes with a 1.8-inch LCD screen, the 7900 has a larger, 2-inch display. The Coolpix 7600 will be out in Spring 2005 for £299.99 and the 7900 will be about in March 2005 for £319.99. An additional model, the 5900 – a 5-megapixel version of the 7900 – will be available exclusively through Jessops for £249.99.
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