, Nikon Officially Launches KeyMission Cameras in PH, Gadget Pilipinas

Cameras have played a very important role in capturing our most important discoveries: People, places, and knowledge. And renowned camera maker Nikon, is always focused on giving you the best tools for the journey. Thus comes the KeyMission lineup.

KeyMission 80 (SRP: PhP14,900)

Boasting a very compact form factor, the wearable KeyMission 80 will help you capture life’s everyday moments. Whether you’re walking on the city streets, climbing a mountain, or simply having fun with your friends, this device will take care of saving the memories.

Key Features

  • Timelapse recording and interval timer functions for high quality stills or 1080p/30p videos
  • 12MP CMOS Sensor and 25mm (80° angle-of-view) f/2.0 lens
  • Secondary 5MP camera with 22mm (90° angle-of-view), f/2.2 lens for selfies
  • Compact, Lightweight, and Rugged.
  • Waterproof up to 3.2ft., shockproof up to 6ft., and freezeproof up to 14° F
  • 1.75-inch touch screen display for adjusting settings and playback
  • SnapBridge App for seamless sharing via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi
  • Battery life: 220 shots/approx. 40m
  • Charging time: approx. 2.5 hours

KeyMission 170 (SRP: PhP20,900)

Share your stories in action with the KeyMission 170. Give your friends a glimpse of the adventure from your point of view. Mount it on your bike, your surfboard, or your backpack while hiking and let relive the experience in stunning quality.

Key Features

  • Super-wide 170° viewing angle, f/2.8 lens, and an 8.3-megapixel CMOS sensor for 4K or 1080p recording
  • Creative tools for sharing (Ex: Highlight Tagging for creating a highlight reel montage of the content, slow motion, timelapse and loop recording
  • Significantly reduce camera shake for 1080p videos with Vibration Reduction (VR)
  • Waterproof up to 33ft, shockproof up to 6.6ft, and freezeproof up to 14° F
  • 1.5-inch TFT LCD Monitor for adjusting settings and playback
  • Use Nikon SnapBridge 360/170 app for simple editing, framing and sharing while the PC/Mac utility offers more advanced editing options.
  • Features a standard 1/4-inch tripod socket
  • Comes with a remote control accessory to start and stop recording
  • An optional housing can extend the waterproof capability to 131ft.
  • Battery life: 250 shots/approx. 1 hour
  • Charging time: approx. 3 hours

KeyMission 360 (SRP: PhP25,900)

Explore, experience, and share your journeys in a unique way with the KeyMission 360. With this device, the entire environment becomes your studio as you capture full 360° videos for a more immersive view of moments that matter. Going on your first underwater tour or your first skydiving lesson? the KeyMission 360 will be your best companion in seeing the world differently and sharing your stories to others.

Key Features

  • Capture 360° videos in 4K UHD at 24p or 1080p
  • Stunning videos and photos courtesy of two f/2.0 lenses and two 20MP CMOS sensors.
  • No need for tedious editing, thanks to Automatic in-camera stitching.
  • Shooting modes like Superlapse, Timelapse, or Loop Movies help provide a different perspective to any story
  • Capture 360°, 30MP still photos
  • A stereo microphone helps provide crisp and clear audio
  • Ensure steady playback with Electronic Vibration Reduction (VR)
  • Waterproof up to 98ft., shockproof up to 6.6ft, freezeproof up to 14°F
  • Compact and rugged design, no need for any special housing
  • Share your 360° content from a compatible smart device or computer
  • Battery life: 230 shots/approx. 1h 10m
  • Charging time: approx. 2.5 hours

Accessories

Capture content from different perspectives with optional mounts and accessories:

Item Compatible With
KeyMission Tripod All KeyMission Cameras
KeyMission Extension Arm
KeyMission System Case
KeyMission Hard Case
Remote Control KeyMission 170 and 360
Helmet Strap
Wrist Mount
Handlebar Mount
Chest Mount
Surfboard Mount
Backpack Mount
Suction Cup Mount
Handy Grip
Waterproof Case KeyMisson 170
Tripod Adapter KeyMission 80

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.

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