Nikon is adding four new Style cameras. The Coolpix S51 and Coolpix S51c are successors to the S50 and S50c. The Coolpix S510 and S700 are follow-ups to the sleek S200 and S500. The S51, S51c, and S510 will be available in September for $280, $330, and $300, respectively.
Following up on the Coolpix P5000, Nikon is adding two cameras to their Performance (P) line. The Nikon Coolpix P5100 is a direct descendant of the P5000, and the Nikon Coolpix P50 is a cheaper "performance" camera. In their new cameras, Nikon has been rolling out EXPEED, a new image processing system, and improved face detection system,and some other improvements. The Coolpix P5100 will be available in September 2007 for $400 and the Coolpix P50 will be available in October 2007 for $230.
The rumors can finally rest with the announcement of the Nikon D3 and D300. The D3 gets a full-frame FX format CMOS sensor that is good for capturing 12.1 megapixels and Nikon claims that it has the fastest startup time, shortest viewfinder blackout time, and shortest shutter lag of any SLR in its class. The D3 will be available in November 2007 for $5000. The D300 has a DX format sensor that captures 12.3 megapixels. Like the D3, the D300 has a new processing system, called EXPEED, as well as a 51 point AF system. Look for the D300 in November 2007 for $1800.
A car company once asked if they could “build one for you”. A nationwide burger chain let patrons “have it your way”. Nikon isn’t in the automotive or fast food business, but point and shoot photographers who want to let their camera do all of the work, none of the work or some of the work, rejoice! Nikon just built a P&S camera that lets you have it your way. You might want to put down that burger and drive to your nearest camera store to check out the Coolpix P5000. Read on for our initial thoughts!
The new Coolpix S10 is the latest version of Nikon’s iconic swivel-zoom camera design. The S10 is a metal bodied 6 megapixel digital camera with a 10X (38mm -380mm in 35mm equivalence) stabilized zoom, a hi-res (230,000 pixel) 2.5 inch LCD screen, 15 Scene Modes, Face Priority AF, a top sensitivity of ISO 800, and In-Camera red-eye fix.
As part of the eight cameras that Nikon is announcing today, there are four new digital cameras for the Style or S-line. The Coolpix S50 and Coolpix S50c both feature 7.2 megapixel resolution, 3x optical zoom Nikkor lenses and 3 inch LCDs. The Coolpix S200 and Coolpix S500 feature new styling with the S200 sporting an aluminum body and the S500 gets a stainless steel body.
The Nikon Coolpix S7c has a lot going for it that make it a pretty "hot" gadget - it's slim, it's attractive, it has a 3 inch LCD, and it has wireless capability. We're working on our full review of the 7.1 megapixel, 3x optical zoom camera and wanted to give your our first impressions on the camera.
Here are our first impressions on the Nikon Coolpix L6. The L6 is one of the latest models in the Coolpix L line. It features 6 megapixel resolution, a 2.5 inch LCD, a 3x optical zoom, and can take 1000 shots on lithium AA batteries. Read on for our impressions and keep an eye out for our full review, coming soon.
Nikon has announced three new cameras in their "Style" line of digital cameras. The Nikon Coolpix S9 resembles the S5 and S6 models introduced earlier this year with the slim wave design. The Nikon Coolpix S10 has the same swivel body as the S4 model from last year - they have to make room for the lens somehow. The Nikon Coolpix S7c has the slim wave design, but features WiFi, a 3 inch screen, and it's not silver.
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