Nikon came into focus by its launching of range of action camera series on monday. Key Mission action series introduces to new action cameras keymission 170 and keymission 80 and alongside the entry of keymission 360.These devices are specifically designed for the Extreme Adventures and to share the stories behind them
Starting with KeyMission 360, it is a tough wearable action camera which holds the ability of shooting 360° video in 4K Ultra-high-definition. Keymission 360 has power to handle all extreme conditions. However, comes with features like waterproof, shockproof, dustproof, coldproof. It also shoots 30megapixel stills.
The Keymission 170 model is reliable, as it is shockproof and waterproof. Captures the world with its wide angle of 170° with quality 4k UHD videos and images. It also has some unique and cool shooting modes like slow Motion; Super lapse movie and Time-lapse movie. This can be applicable for shooting dramatic scene.
Keymission 80 is wearable camera designed for quick shooting of stills and movies.It can also be called as point-to-shoot camera. Captures Memories with its wide angle of 170° and 12 Mega pixel sensor. It is equipped with a second camera with 5 megat pixels and a LCD viewing monitor for easy selfies.
Keymission 360 and keymission 170 has a exclusive app named as Snapbridge 360/170, which can be applicable for remote shooting and movie editing. While keymission 80 supports Snapbridge app .Both the version of application allow the camera to be constantly connected to a smart device.
Kazuo Ninomiya, Managing Director, Nikon India Pvt. Ltd said, “The launch of KeyMission camera is a milestone for Nikon as it signifies the innovation that Nikon is driving in the world of photography.
While , Sajjan Kumar, Senior Vice President – Corporate Sales & Strategy, Nikon India Pvt. Ltd. said, “Nikon KeyMission series is a revolutionary product which will set a benchmark in consumer created content.
Simultaneously, Nikon has introduced a wide range of mounts and accessories for handsfree shooting and to overcome the limit of the camera at various extreme activities.