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  • Nikon Coolpix A300 Digital Camera

    Take superb shots on the go with the slender and stylish COOLPIX A300. It’s small and light enough to slip in a pocket or bag, so you’re always ready to shoot close-ups of friends and family with the NIKKOR 8x optical zoom, extendable to 16x Dynamic Fine Zoom¹ and keep your…

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    $313.38
  • Nikon Coolpix L31 Digital Camera

    This camera zooms up to 5x and has a 14.1-megapixel resolution, made for shooting crisp photos. Weighing only 160 g, it won't weigh down your pocketbook. It can take up to 4 fps in burst mode. The 720p video capabilities enable you to shoot clips of events and occasions. CIPA battery life of…

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    $373.56
  • Nikon Coolpix A10 Digital Camera

    The easy and intuitive operation of the COOLPIX A10 makes taking great photos fun. With an easy-hold grip and simple-to-operate button layout, it’s designed for simplicity. A NIKKOR 5x optical zoom lets you capture great facial expressions and always fit friends into group shots. EASY…

    Price:
    $317.84

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Digital cameras, or digicams, encode images and videos digitally. A sensor, called the 'charged couple device' or CCD, records the image and the photograph gets stored on a memory card. The advantages of using a digital camera are plenty — you can take hundreds, even thousands, or pictures, delete any you don't want and, given most digicams come with an LCD screen, you can view your shot immediately. There are different types of digital cameras available in the market today, the most common ones being the compact cameras, designed for portability and for casual shooting; the action cameras like GoPro, which are rugged and small; and the DSLRs, which range from the entry-level to the professional. DLSRs and some compact cameras allow for interchangeable lenses. Canon and Nikon compete against each other in the digital photography market, but Olympus, Panasonic and Sony are not far behind.