3x Optical Zoom-Nikkor Lens and 3 Megapixel CCD Nikon?s world renown Nikkor optics are combined with a 3 megapixel CCD to create images at resolutions up to 2048 x 1536, which provides spectacular prints as large as 11" x 14". The Nikon Coolpix 3700 has a 3x optical zoom (35-105mm, 35mm equivalent) that gets you close to the action.
15 Scene Modes Scene Modes make it easy to take great pictures by automatically setting the camera (exposure, focus, etc) for optimum performance in most popular picture-taking situations. The Scene Modes are Copy, Fireworks, Close Up, Museum, Landscape, Beach/Snow, Sunset, Night Landscape, Portrait, Night Portrait, Indoor/Party, Back Light, Panorama Assist, Sports, and Dawn/Dusk.
Ultra-compact design with elegant brushed aluminum body The Coolpix 3700 weighs just 4.9 ounces and is so small (3.8" x 2" x 1.2") that it easily fits in a pocket. Plus the brushed aluminum body is sleek and sexy ? you?ll want to take it with you everywhere you go!
Record Movies with (or without) Audio Tap into your creative side with the options of recording your movies in Black and White or create an entire movie in Sepia! You can also use the audio capability of the camera to record up to a 20 second voice memo for each still image, or record up to 5 hours of sound with the supplied 16MB memory card! In addition, the all new voice activated shutter release will enable you to fire the camera at your voice command, making it even easier for you to get in the picture!
16 MB Secure Digital (SD) Memory Card The Coolpix 3700 comes with a Nikon 16MB Starter Memory Card. This card is a Secure Digital (SD) card, which provides reliable media storage in a compact form-factor. The ultra compact design of the SD card compliments the slim, clean design of the Coolpix 3700 in form and function.
Date Imprinting Add a date and time (or just a date) to your picture as a reminder when the image was taken.
One-Touch Red-Eye Fix with NikonView 6 Automatically removes most typical occurrences of red-eye with one click. There is no need to box out, highlight, or paint brush the eyes, just click a single button and, like magic, the red is replaced with a natural hue. Or use the ?Click On Eyes? option, which gives you more control to click and remove the red when the mouse rolls over an instance of red-eye in a picture.