After a couple weeks of leaked images and leaked web sites, Nikon has officially announced the D200. This digital SLR inherits many features from the D2X camera and captures images at 10.2 megapixels. With a 0.15 second start up time and a 50 millisecond shutter lag, the D200 can shoot five frames per second. A new 2.5 inch LCD is viewable up to a 170 degree viewing angle. The D200 will be available in December at an estimated selling price of $1699.99.
The new Nikon Coolpix L1 brings a 6.2 megapixel resolution to entry level users. The L1 includes a 5x optical zoom and 2.5 inch LCD, as well as Nikon's technologies (Face Priority AF, D-Lighting, In-Camera Red Eye fix). A redesigned user interface features more in-camera help and the ability to choose functions by text or icons. All this in a camera with an MSRP of $349 (available in September).
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.
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