Nikon D7200 vs Pentax K-50

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Nikon D7200
Pentax K-50

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Reasons For

17 Reasons For
Higher megapixel Edit
The Nikon D7200 is a 24.2MP digital camera. That's 7.92MP higher than the Pentax K-50 (16.28MP). Read more

The resolution of the images a digital camera produces is measured in megapixels (MP). One megapixel is equal to 1 million pixels and is a result of the pixel width multiplied by the pixel height of the image. While a higher image resolution generally results in sharper images, only a relatively low megapixel count is required when printing the image at a small size or to display it on a computer screen.

A sensor with more megapixels will be able to capture more detailed photos and the image will appear sharper. Images with more megapixels can also be printed at a larger size.

More total megapixels Edit
The Nikon D7200 is a 24.72MP digital camera. That's 8.23MP more than the Pentax K-50 (16.49MP).
Shorter minimum focal length (35mm film equiv) Edit
The Nikon D7200 is a 27mm minimum focal length digital camera. That's 0.5mm shorter than the Pentax K-50 (27.5mm).
One more number of diaphragm blades Edit
The Nikon D7200 has seven number of diaphragm bladess, however the Pentax K-50 only has six number of diaphragm bladess.
51.00 auto Focus (AF) pointss Edit
The number of auto Focus (AF) pointss on the Nikon D7200 is 51.00, but the Pentax K-50 only has 11.00 auto Focus (AF) pointss.
Two memory slotss Edit
The number of memory slotss on the Nikon D7200 is two, but the Pentax K-50 only has one memory slots.
7% larger display diagonal Edit
Nikon D7200 is 3.2" screen. That's 0.2" larger than the Pentax K-50 (3"). Read more

The display diagonal is the size the size of the screen integrated in to the back of the camera. A larger display diagonal makes it easier to see if a shot has turned out as intended. Pocket cameras have smaller display diagonals as full size digital SLRs.

A larger display diagonal makes it easier to take photos and to see if a shot has turned out as intended.

Vari-angle LCD display Edit
The Nikon D7200 has a vari-angle LCD display, but the Pentax K-50 does not have a vari-angle LCD display.
Higher display resolution (numeric) Edit
The Nikon D7200 has a display resolution (numeric) of 1,228,800 pixels. That's 307,800 pixels higher than the Pentax K-50 (921,000 pixels).
3% higher magnification Edit
The Nikon D7200 is a 0.94x lens magnification ratio digital camera. That's 0.02x higher than the Pentax K-50 (0.92x). Read more

The lens magnification ratio is the ratio between the true size of the object being photographed and the size of the object when projected on to the camera's sensor.

A higher lens magnification ratio is important for macro photography as it allows you to focus on very small object very close to the lens.

PictBridge Edit
The Nikon D7200 supports pictBridge, but the Pentax K-50 does not.
HDMI Edit
The Nikon D7200 has an HDMI, however the Pentax K-50 does not have an HDMI. Read more

A HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) port is an interface to transfer audio and video data between devices such as digital cameras, computer monitors, TVs and projectors.

A HDMI port on the camera allows you to connect the camera directly to a compatible TV for easy playback of your photos.

GPS (satellite) Edit
The Nikon D7200 has a GPS (satellite), but the Pentax K-50 does not have a GPS (satellite). Read more

GPS allows the camera to know where it is in the world and to automatically tag each of your photos with the location it was taken at.

If your photos have been tagged with a GPS location you can see where they were taken, automatically let your favourite photo software or website retrieve the address for that location or display them on a map.

1110.00 battery life (CIPA standard)s Edit
The Nikon D7200 takes 1110.00 battery life (CIPA standard)s, however the Pentax K-50 only takes 480.00 battery life (CIPA standard)s. Read more

The number of shots per battery charge is the number of photos that the camera will typically take on a single charge of the battery.

More shots per battery charge means you will have to recharge the battery less frequently and reduces the need to carry a second back up battery.

Wi-Fi Edit
The Nikon D7200 supports wi-Fi, whereas the Pentax K-50 does not support wi-Fi. Read more

WiFi connectivity allows you upload photos to your computer and the internet without connecting the camera to the computer with a cable.

WiFi connectivity makes it easier to upload your photos as you will not need a cable. Most cameras will also allow you to print photos via Wifi.

Near Field Communication (NFC) Edit
The Nikon D7200 supports near Field Communication (NFC), whereas the Pentax K-50 does not support near Field Communication (NFC).
Better selling
The Nikon D7200 ranks No. 586 by number of sales, whereas the Pentax K-50 ranks No. 3164.
11 Reasons For
Smaller maximum aperture number Edit
The Pentax K-50 has a maximum aperture number of 38. That's 16 smaller than the Nikon D7200 (38).
31.5mm longer maximum focal length (35mm film equiv) Edit
The Pentax K-50 is an 84mm maximum focal length digital camera, whereas the Nikon D7200 is only a 52.5mm maximum focal length digital camera (31.5mm shorter).
Higher ISO sensitivity (max) Edit
Pentax K-50 is 51,200 maximum ISO speed. That's 25,600 higher than the Nikon D7200 (51,200).
Ninety-nine times shorter flash sync-speed Edit
The Pentax K-50 has a flash sync-speed of 0.01s, whereas the Nikon D7200 is a 1s flash sync-speed digital camera (0.99s longer).
85g lighter Edit
The Pentax K-50 has a weight of 590g, whereas the Nikon D7200 is a 675g digital camera (85g heavier). Read more

The camera's weight will depend on the type and size of camera. Compact cameras are usually the lightest while digital SLRs will be heavier. Also consider the number and weight of lenses to take when using a SLR.

The lower the camera weight, the easier it will be to carry around and it will also reduce your hand luggage weight when flying.

190g lighter lens weight Edit
The Pentax K-50 has a lens weight of 230g, whereas the Nikon D7200 is a 420g lens weight digital camera (190g heavier).
32% shorter lens length Edit
The Pentax K-50 is a 67.5mm lens length digital camera. That's 21.5mm shorter than the Nikon D7200 (67.5mm).
Smaller lens diameter Edit
The Pentax K-50 has a lens diameter of 68.5mm, but the Nikon D7200 is a 76mm lens diameter digital camera (7.5mm bigger).
Cheaper by $368
The Pentax K-50 costs $417.48, whereas the Nikon D7200 is $785.00.
6 shops are selling it
The more shops stock the product, the greater competition amongst shops to keep prices low.
Slightly better user reviews
The average user review score of the Pentax K-50 is 96% based on 82 reviews, but the average rating of the Nikon D7200 is 94% (based on 104 reviews).

Reasons Against

11 Reasons Against
Bigger maximum aperture number Edit
Nikon D7200 is only 22 maximum aperture. That's 16 bigger than the Pentax K-50 (38).
31.5mm shorter maximum focal length (35mm film equiv) Edit
The Nikon D7200 has a maximum focal length (35mm film equiv) of 52.5mm, however the Pentax K-50 is an 84mm maximum focal length digital camera (31.5mm longer).
25,600 lower ISO sensitivity (max) Edit
The Nikon D7200 is a 25,600 maximum ISO speed digital camera. That's 25,600 lower than the Pentax K-50 (51,200).
0.99s longer flash sync-speed Edit
The Nikon D7200 has a flash sync-speed of 1s, however the Pentax K-50 is a 0.01s flash sync-speed digital camera (0.99s shorter).
13% heavier Edit
The Nikon D7200 has a weight of 675g, however the Pentax K-50 is a 590g digital camera (85g lighter). Read more

The camera's weight will depend on the type and size of camera. Compact cameras are usually the lightest while digital SLRs will be heavier. Also consider the number and weight of lenses to take when using a SLR.

The lower the camera weight, the easier it will be to carry around and it will also reduce your hand luggage weight when flying.

190g heavier lens weight Edit
The Nikon D7200 has a lens weight of 420g, however the Pentax K-50 is a 230g lens weight digital camera (190g lighter).
Longer lens length Edit
The Nikon D7200 is an 89mm lens length digital camera. That's 21.5mm longer than the Pentax K-50 (67.5mm).
Slightly bigger lens diameter Edit
The Nikon D7200 has a lens diameter of 76mm, whereas the Pentax K-50 is a 68.5mm lens diameter digital camera (7.5mm smaller).
More expensive by $368
The Nikon D7200 is $367.52 more expensive than the Pentax K-50.
Fewer sellers
The Nikon D7200 is only stocked by 3 sellers, but the Pentax K-50 is stocked by 9 retailers. Read more
The fewer the number of shops that stock the product, the lower the competition amongst shops to keep prices low.
User review Rating is marginally Worse
The average user rating of the Nikon D7200 is 94%, whereas the average user rating of the Pentax K-50 is 96% (based on 82 reviews).
18 Reasons Against
Lower megapixel Edit
The Pentax K-50 is a 16.28MP digital camera. That's 7.92MP lower than the Nikon D7200 (16.28MP). Read more

The resolution of the images a digital camera produces is measured in megapixels (MP). One megapixel is equal to 1 million pixels and is a result of the pixel width multiplied by the pixel height of the image. While a higher image resolution generally results in sharper images, only a relatively low megapixel count is required when printing the image at a small size or to display it on a computer screen.

A sensor with more megapixels will be able to capture more detailed photos and the image will appear sharper. Images with more megapixels can also be printed at a larger size.

Less total megapixels Edit
The Pentax K-50 is a 16.49MP digital camera. That's 8.23MP less than the Nikon D7200 (16.49MP).
Longer minimum focal length (35mm film equiv) Edit
Pentax K-50 is 27.5mm minimum focal length. That's 0.5mm longer than the Nikon D7200 (27.5mm).
One less number of diaphragm blades Edit
The Pentax K-50 is a six number of diaphragm blades digital camera, whereas the Nikon D7200 only has seven number of diaphragm bladess.
Only 11.00 auto Focus (AF) pointss Edit
The Pentax K-50 has 11.00 auto Focus (AF) pointss, however the Nikon D7200 only has 51.00 auto Focus (AF) pointss.
Only one memory slots Edit
The Pentax K-50 has one memory slots, however the Nikon D7200 only has two memory slotss.
7% smaller display diagonal Edit
The Pentax K-50 has a display diagonal of 3". That's 0.2" smaller than the Nikon D7200 (3"). Read more

The display diagonal is the size the size of the screen integrated in to the back of the camera. A larger display diagonal makes it easier to see if a shot has turned out as intended. Pocket cameras have smaller display diagonals as full size digital SLRs.

A larger display diagonal makes it easier to take photos and to see if a shot has turned out as intended.

Does not have a vari-angle LCD display Edit
The Pentax K-50 does not have a vari-angle LCD display, but the Nikon D7200 does.
Lower display resolution (numeric) Edit
The Pentax K-50 is a 921,000 pixels display resolution digital camera. That's 307,800 pixels lower than the Nikon D7200 (921,000 pixels).
3% lower magnification Edit
Pentax K-50 is only 0.92x lens magnification ratio. That's 0.02x lower than the Nikon D7200 (0.92x). Read more

The lens magnification ratio is the ratio between the true size of the object being photographed and the size of the object when projected on to the camera's sensor.

A higher lens magnification ratio is important for macro photography as it allows you to focus on very small object very close to the lens.

Does not support pictBridge Edit
The Pentax K-50 does not support pictBridge, but the Nikon D7200 supports pictBridge.
Does not have an HDMI Edit
The Pentax K-50 does not have an HDMI, however the Nikon D7200 has an HDMI. Read more

A HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) port is an interface to transfer audio and video data between devices such as digital cameras, computer monitors, TVs and projectors.

A HDMI port on the camera allows you to connect the camera directly to a compatible TV for easy playback of your photos.

Does not have a GPS (satellite) Edit
The Pentax K-50 does not have a GPS (satellite), but the Nikon D7200 has a GPS (satellite). Read more

GPS allows the camera to know where it is in the world and to automatically tag each of your photos with the location it was taken at.

If your photos have been tagged with a GPS location you can see where they were taken, automatically let your favourite photo software or website retrieve the address for that location or display them on a map.

Only 480.00 battery life (CIPA standard)s Edit
The Pentax K-50 is a digital camera that takes 480.00 battery life (CIPA standard)s, whereas the Nikon D7200 only takes 1110.00 battery life (CIPA standard)s. Read more

The number of shots per battery charge is the number of photos that the camera will typically take on a single charge of the battery.

More shots per battery charge means you will have to recharge the battery less frequently and reduces the need to carry a second back up battery.

Does not support wi-Fi Edit
The Pentax K-50 does not support wi-Fi, whereas the Nikon D7200 does. Read more

WiFi connectivity allows you upload photos to your computer and the internet without connecting the camera to the computer with a cable.

WiFi connectivity makes it easier to upload your photos as you will not need a cable. Most cameras will also allow you to print photos via Wifi.

Does not support near Field Communication (NFC) Edit
The Pentax K-50 does not support near Field Communication (NFC), whereas the Nikon D7200 supports near Field Communication (NFC).
Older by over one year
The Pentax K-50 is 16 months older than the Nikon D7200.
Less popular
The Pentax K-50 is a less popular choice amongst buyers. It ranks No. 3164 by number of sales in our digital cameras, but the Nikon D7200 ranks No. 586.

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Picture Quality

Camera Type
 SLR
 SLR
Megapixel
24.2MP
BEST
16.28MP
Image Stabilizer
 Image stabilizer
 Image stabilizer
Sensor Type
 CMOS
 CMOS
Still Image Resolution(s)
 6000 x 4000
 4496 x 3000
BEST
 6000 x 4000
 4496 x 3000
Maximum Image Resolution
 6000 x 4000
BEST
 6000 x 4000
Image Formats Supported
 RAW
 JPG
 RAW
 JPG
Image Sensor Size (W X H)
23.5 x 15.6 23.7 x 15.7
Total Megapixels
24.72MP
BEST
16.49MP
Image Stabilizer Location
 Lens
 Lens
Sensor Format
 DX
 DX
Supported Aspect Ratios
 16:9
 4:3
 16:9
 4:3

Design

Colour of Product
 Black
 Black

Lens System

Optical Zoom
5.8x Unknown - Click to provide data
Maximum Aperture Number
22 38
BEST
Minimum Aperture Number
3.5 3.5
Maximum Focal Length (35mm Film Equiv)
52.5mm 84mm
BEST
Minimum Focal Length (35mm Film Equiv)
27mm
BEST
27.5mm
Focal Length Range (f-F)
18 - 105 18 - 55
Lens Type
 Wide-angle
 Wide-angle
Lens Structure (elements/groups)
15/11 11/8
Lens Mount Interface
 Nikon F
 Pentax K
 Pentax KA
 Pentax KAF
 Pentax KAF2
 Nikon F
 Pentax K
 Pentax KA
 Pentax KAF
 Pentax KAF2
Number of Aspheric Elements
1 1
Number of Diaphragm Blades
7
BEST
6
Filter Size
67mm 52mm
Mounting Type
 Bayonet
 Bayonet

Focusing

Auto Focusing (AF) Modes
 single
 continuous
 selective
 servo
 Single Auto Focus
 Continuous Auto Focus
 Selective Auto Focus
 Servo Auto Focus
 spot
 tracking
 Spot Auto Focus
 Face detection
 Tracking Auto Focus
 single
 continuous
 selective
 servo
 Single Auto Focus
 Continuous Auto Focus
 Selective Auto Focus
 Servo Auto Focus
 spot
 tracking
 Spot Auto Focus
 Face detection
 Tracking Auto Focus
Auto Focus (AF) Lock
 Auto Focus (AF) lock
Unknown - Click to provide data
Auto Focus (AF) Assist Beam
 Auto Focus (AF) assist beam
 Auto Focus (AF) assist beam
Closest Focusing Distance
51m Unknown - Click to provide data
Auto Focus (AF) Points
51
BEST
11
Auto Focus (AF) Points Selection
 Auto
 Manual
 Auto
 Manual
Focus Adjustment
 Auto
 Manual
 Auto/Manual
 Auto
 Manual
 Auto/Manual
Focus
 TTL
 TTL

Light Exposure

Light Exposure Modes
 shutter priority
 aperture priority
 Auto
 Manual
 Shutter priority AE
 Aperture priority AE
 shutter priority
 aperture priority
 Auto
 Manual
 Shutter priority AE
 Aperture priority AE
ISO Sensitivity
 100
 25600
 25
 Auto
 50
 64
 80
 125
 160
 200
 250
 320
 400
 500
 640
 800
 1000
 1250
 1600
 2000
 2250
 2500
 3200
 4000
 5000
 6400
 12800
 51200
 16000
 8000
 10000
 100
 25600
 25
 Auto
 50
 64
 80
 125
 160
 200
 250
 320
 400
 500
 640
 800
 1000
 1250
 1600
 2000
 2250
 2500
 3200
 4000
 5000
 6400
 12800
 51200
 16000
 8000
 10000
ISO Sensitivity (max)
25,600 51,200
BEST
ISO Sensitivity (min)
100 100
Auto Exposure (AE) Lock
 Auto Exposure (AE) lock
 Auto Exposure (AE) lock
Light Metering
 Centre-weighted
 Spot
 Matrix
 Evaluative (Multi-pattern)
 Centre-weighted
 Spot
 Matrix
 Evaluative (Multi-pattern)
Light Exposure Correction
 ±5EV (1/2; 1/3 EV step)
BEST
 ±5EV (1/2; 1/3 EV step)
Light Exposure Control
 Program AE
 Program AE

Shutter

Slowest Camera Shutter Speed
30s 30s
Fastest Camera Shutter Speed
1s 1s
Shutter Speed Settings
 B
 B
Camera Shutter Type
 Electronic
 Electronic

Flash

Flash Modes
 Auto
 Fill-in
 Flash off
 Forced off
 Red-eye reduction
 Slow synchronization
 Second curtain synchro
 Auto
 Fill-in
 Flash off
 Forced off
 Red-eye reduction
 Slow synchronization
 Second curtain synchro
Flash Guide Number
Unknown - Click to provide data 12m
Flash Sync-Speed
1s 0.01s
BEST
External Flash Connector
Unknown - Click to provide data
 External flash connector
Flash Exposure Compensation
 Flash exposure compensation
 Flash exposure compensation
Flash Exposure Correction
 ±3EV (1/2, 1/3, 1 EV step)
BEST
 ±3EV (1/2, 1/3, 1 EV step)
Shoe Mounting Point
 Shoe mounting point
Unknown - Click to provide data

Video

Full HD Video
 Full HD video
 Full HD video
Maximum Video Resolution
 1920 x 1080
 1920 x 1080
Motion JPEG Frame Rate
Unknown - Click to provide data 60fps
Video Formats Supported
 MOV
 MPEG
 MPEG4
 H.264
 AVC
 MOV
 MPEG
 MPEG4
 H.264
 AVC
Analog Signal Format System
 PAL
 NTSC
 PAL
 NTSC
BEST
Video Resolutions
 1920 x 1080
 1280 x 720
 640 x 480
 1920 x 1080
 1280 x 720
 640 x 480
Resolution At Capture Speed
 1920x1080@60fps
 1920x1080@50fps
 1920x1080@30fps
 1280×720@60fps
 1920x1080@25fps
 1280x720@50fps
 640x424@30fps
 640x424@25fps
BEST
 1920x1080@60fps
 1920x1080@50fps
 1920x1080@30fps
 1280×720@60fps
 1920x1080@25fps
 1280x720@50fps
 640x424@30fps
 640x424@25fps
Video Recording
 Video recording
 Video recording
HD Type
 Full HD
 Full HD

Audio

Built-In Microphone
 Built-in microphone
 Built-in microphone
Audio Formats Supported
 LPCM
 PCM
BEST
 LPCM
 PCM
Voice Recording
 Voice recording
 Voice recording
Audio System
 Stereo
 Stereo
Noise Reduction
 Noise reduction
 Noise reduction

Memory

Compatible Memory Cards
 SDXC
 SDHC
 SD
 SDXC
 SDHC
 SD
Memory Slots
2
BEST
1

Display

Display Diagonal
3.2"
BEST
3"
Display
 TFT
 TFT
BEST
Vari-Angle LCD Display
 Vari-angle LCD display
BEST
 Vari-angle LCD display
Field of View
Unknown - Click to provide data 100%
Touchscreen
 Touchscreen
 Touchscreen
Display Resolution (numeric)
1,228,800 pixels
BEST
921,000 pixels
Second Display
 Second display
 Second display

Viewfinder

Magnification
0.94x
BEST
0.92x
Viewfinder Type
 Optical
 Optical

Ports & Interfaces

PictBridge
 PictBridge
BEST
 PictBridge
HDMI
 HDMI
BEST
 HDMI
Microphone in
 Microphone in
Unknown - Click to provide data
HDMI Connector Type
 Mini
 Mini
USB Version
 2.0
 2.0

Camera

GPS (satellite)
 GPS (satellite)
BEST
 GPS (satellite)
White Balance
 Auto
 Manual
 Fluorescent
 Cloudy
 Incandescent
 Shade
 Flash
 Direct sunlight
 Tungsten
 Daylight
 Custom modes
 Fine
 Fluorescent L
 Auto
 Manual
 Fluorescent
 Cloudy
 Incandescent
 Shade
 Flash
 Direct sunlight
 Tungsten
 Daylight
 Custom modes
 Fine
 Fluorescent L
Shooting Modes
 Auto
 Program
 Scene
 Aperture priority
 Movie
 Manual
 Auto
 Program
 Scene
 Aperture priority
 Movie
 Manual
Photo Effects
 Black&White
 Neutral
 Vivid
 Muted
 Black&White
 Neutral
 Vivid
 Muted
Self-Timer Delay
2,5,10,20 2,12
Multi-Shot
 Multi-shot
Unknown - Click to provide data
Histogram
 Histogram
 Histogram
Playback Zoom (max)
Unknown - Click to provide data 16x
Dioptre Correction
 Dioptre correction
Unknown - Click to provide data
Anti-Dust Function
 Anti-dust function
Unknown - Click to provide data
Image Editing
 Trimming
 Resizing
 Rotating
 Crop
 Trimming
 Resizing
 Rotating
 Crop
Camera File System
 DCF 2.0
 Exif 2.3
 DCF
 DPOF
 Exif
 DCF 2.0
 Exif 2.3
 DCF
 DPOF
 Exif
Live View
 Live view
 Live view
Tripod Mountable
 Tripod mountable
Unknown - Click to provide data
Camera Playback
 Highlights
 Movie
 Single image
 Slide show
 Thumbnails
 Highlights
 Movie
 Single image
 Slide show
 Thumbnails
Direct Printing
 Direct printing
Unknown - Click to provide data
Diopter Adjustment (D-D)
-2 - 1 -2.5 - 1.5
Eye Relief
19.5mm Unknown - Click to provide data
Scene Modes
 Beach
 Snow
 Candlelight
 Children
 Close-up (macro)
 Dusk
 Dawn
 Landscape
 Night
 Night portrait
 Night landscape
 Portrait
 Party (indoor)
 Sports
 Sunset
 Pet
 Food
 Backlight
 Museum
 Surf
 Beach
 Snow
 Candlelight
 Children
 Close-up (macro)
 Dusk
 Dawn
 Landscape
 Night
 Night portrait
 Night landscape
 Portrait
 Party (indoor)
 Sports
 Sunset
 Pet
 Food
 Backlight
 Museum
 Surf
Languages Support
 Multi
 DAN
 DUT
 GRE
 CZE
 RUS
 ENG
 FIN
 FRE
 DEU
 ITA
 JPN
 POL
 POR
 ESP
 SWE
 TUR
 HUN
 KOR
 CHI (TR)
 CHI (SIMPL)
 Multi
 DAN
 DUT
 GRE
 CZE
 RUS
 ENG
 FIN
 FRE
 DEU
 ITA
 JPN
 POL
 POR
 ESP
 SWE
 TUR
 HUN
 KOR
 CHI (TR)
 CHI (SIMPL)

Weight & Dimensions

Weight
675g 590g
BEST
Height
106.5mm 96.5mm
Depth
76mm 70mm
Width
135.5mm 129mm
Lens Weight
420g 230g
BEST
Lens Length
89mm 67.5mm
BEST
Lens Diameter
76mm 68.5mm
BEST
Weight (including Battery)
Unknown - Click to provide data 650g

Battery

Power Source Type
 Battery
 Battery
Battery Technology
 Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
 Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
Number of Batteries Supported
1 1
Battery Type
EN-EL15 D-LI109
Battery Life (CIPA Standard)
1,110 shots
BEST
480 shots

Operational Conditions

Operating Temperature (T-T)
0 - 40 Unknown - Click to provide data

Packaging Content

Bundled Software
Unknown - Click to provide data SILKYPIX Developer Studio 3.0 LE
Cables Included
 USB
 USB
BEST
Batteries Included
 Batteries included
 Batteries included
Battery Charger Included
 Battery charger included
 Battery charger included
Hand Strap
Unknown - Click to provide data
 Hand strap
Carrying Case
 Carrying case
 Carrying case

Networking

Wi-Fi
 Wi-Fi
BEST
 Wi-Fi
Near Field Communication (NFC)
 Near Field Communication (NFC)
BEST
 Near Field Communication (NFC)
Bluetooth
Unknown - Click to provide data
 Bluetooth
Data Network
 Not supported
 Not supported

Other Features

Video Capability
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 Built-in flash
 Built-in flash

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Image Processor
 EXPEED 4
 EXPEED 4
Self-Timer
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