Nikon started on three latest cameras that aspire for three take part viewers – touch-screen fan, those glancing for rapidity, and consumers who wish for a camera that feels similar to a D-SLR with manual controls.
Initial is the Nikon Coolpix S80, the company’s latest flagship touch-screen camera. The S80 changes Nikon’s Coolpix S70 and will go on to make use of an OLED as opposed to LCD screen. OLEDs can recommend considerably deeper black levels, which award bigger difference compared to LCD, so images appear rather conspicuous. The S80’s OLED will stay 3.5 inches (similar to its S70 predecessor), but it will be packed with about three times as a lot of pixels, so images sighted on the OLED be supposed to look much sharper (288,000 dots vs 819,000 dots).
Stipulation for the S80 contain 14.1-megapixel captures, 5x optical zoom, high-definition video capture (720p) and an HDMI out for linking to HDTVs. The Nikon Coolpix S80 will sell for $329.95 this go down in red, black, blue, pink, gold, and silver/brown.
Meanwhile, the Nikon Coolpix S810 is a compact camera with a 10x zoom and a focus on speed. The 12.1-megapixel shooter will be competent to capture 10 frames per second at full resolution and an enormous 120 frames per second at an abridged resolution. The camera will as well be capable to sudden pictures before the secure release is completely pushed. When it is pushed halfway, the S8100 can capture and accumulate two shots as well the one captured when the shutter release is completely pushed, so even if a consumers has sluggish timing, the camera still may be competent to capture the image.
The S8100 will not trait an exhibit that is as big as the touch-screen OLED on the S80, but it will be a slight sharper, with a 921,000 dot 3-inch exhibit. Videos recorded by the S8100 will as well be in high-definition except in the biggest size—1080p. The Nikon Coolpix S8100 will sell for $299.95 in September in black, red, and gold.
The last is the Nikon Coolpix P7000 camera; it’s for the fan who wishes a D-SLR feel but in a compact build.
Like its precursor, the Nikon Coolpix P6000, the camera focuses on contribution filled manual controls (program, shutter, aperture, and manual) and a viewfinder that can zoom in and out in accord with the lens, like a D-SLR. The accompaniments to the P6000 contain high-definition video capture (720p), a longer lens (28-200mm 7.1x optical zoom, f/2.8-f/5.6), and a larger and sharper resolution LCD (3-inch 921,000 dots). The 10.1-megapixel Nikon Coolpix P7000 will sell for $499.95 in September.