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Set your mind as ease guys! Since the P6000 is touted to be the new flagship of the entire COOLPIX series, we'll take a closer look at what this particular device has to offer. According to Nikon's, the camera features a new 13.5 megapixel, 1/1.7-in CCD image sensor, accompanied by a 4x Zoom-NIKKOR lens with ED lens elements, which covers focal lengths from a wide 28mm (35mm format equivalent). The focus distance ranges between 50 cm and infinity, while the ISO sensitivity can go as high as 6400.

In addition, the P6000 also offers certain customization features clearly inspired by Nikon's famous DSLR line, like, for example, the Mode Dial for quick access to the various shooting modes, as well as support for NRW (RAW). The device sports 48 MB of internal flash memory, but most users will probably rely on SD and SDHC cards for much more storage space.

Another very interesting innovation introduced by the engineers from Nikon is the wired LAN support, which offers easy access to the Internet for automatic and secure online image storage and a new built-in GPS (Global Positioning System) unit that can record the location of shots when taken and attach with information about latitude and longitude to each image file, a feature that can prove to be extremely helpful when recreating routes in Google Earth, for example. This is really an amazing gadget guys!

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