Thumbing their nose at Kodak, Nikon has introduced the Nikon Coolpix P1 and P2. These two cameras are the world's first built-in WiFi enabled cameras to hit the market (Kodak's EasyShare One actually requires a WiFi card). The P1 features and 8 megapixel sensor while the P2 features a 5 megapixel sensor. Both cameras can use 802.11b and 802.11g wireless networks, have 2.5 inch LCDs, and 3.5x optical zoom lenses.
The sleek looking Nikon Coolpix S3 was announced by Nikon today. The next camera in the slim, compact S series, the S3 offers 6 megapixels, a 3x optical zoom, and 2.5 inch LCD in a matte black metal body. The camera includes Nikon's D-Lighting, Face Priority AF, and In-Camera Red Eye Fix. The S3 will be available in September at an MSRP of $429.
Kodak has officially announced the availability of their EasyShare One digital camera. Introduced at CES at the beginning of the year, Kodak delayed the release of this model earliter this year. Kodak worked up a lot of anticipation for this camera, which has a 4 megapixel sensor, 3x optical zoom, 256MB internal memory and a rotating/flipping 3 inch touchscreen LCD. Not to mention the the use of an 802.11 wireless network when using the Kodak WI-FI card. Their goal is to let you sit on your couch while you send pictures to your Kodak printer. The EasyShare One will be availabe in October for $599 with the Kodak WI-FI card.
Pentax has announced two new cameras, the Pentax Optio S6, their slimmest camera, and the Pentax Optio WPi, the successor the their previous waterproof camera, the Optio WP.
While highlighting the new Olympus SP-500 UZ (ultra-zoom), Olympus has added the SP line of cameras targeted the more advanced amateur photographer and enthusiast. The SP-500 UZ has a 10x optical zoom, 6 megapixel sensor and 2.5 inch LCD. The SP series will also give the photographer more power with the ability to shoot in manual mode. The SP-500 UZ will be available in October at an estimated street price of $379.
As part of their new product blitz, Olympus has announced it's new "FE" line of simple to use cameras. The Olympus FE-100 and FE-110 are 4 and 5 megapixel cameras, respectively, with a 1.5 inch LCD and 2.8x optical zoom lens. The FE-120 adds just a bit more, with a 6 megapixel sensor, 1.8-inch LCD, 3x optical zoom, and Olympus' TruePic Turbo imaging processor. All three models will be available in September at estimated street values of $149 for the FE-100, $199 for the FE-110, and $229 for the FE-120.
Olympus, following Canon's lead, has announced a plethora of new cameras today. The Olympus Stylus 600 continues the line's weather-proof design with a 6 megapixel sensor and a 2.5 inch LCD. For those wanting to use this as an underwater digital camera, Olympus has an underwater housing all ready to go. The Stylus 600 features Olympus' Bright Capture Technology and an ISO sensitivity up to 1600 to capture those low-light images. The Stylus 600 will be available in September at an estimated street price of $299.
DXG USA has announced the availability of the DXG-528, a premium 5.1 megapixel CCD digital camera designed for step-up camera buyers looking for enhanced features and photographic quality without the high cost.
The PENTAX Optio S60 digital camera emphasizes easy and enjoyable digital photography with helpful features including a handy Simple mode that allows users to concentrate on the subject while the Optio S60 selects the optimal settings automatically. In addition to a 3X optical zoom, the Optio S60 also features a large 2.5 inch LCD monitor and an optical, actual-image zoom viewfinder with diopter adjustment that enables easier operation especially for users with limited eyesight.
Canon has announced 24 new products today, including 7 new Powershot cameras, the new EOS 5D 12.8 megapixel digital SLR, and the EOS 1D Mark II N, which replaces the current EOS 1D Mark II digital SLR.
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