Four Nikon Coolpix cameras

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Four new Coolpix compact digital cameras have been announced by Nikon, the S6100, S4100, S3100, and L24. All cameras incorporate Nikkor lenses and Nikon’s Expeed C2 digital image processing engine which deliver high-quality pictures with accurate detail, striking colour and extraordinary sharpness. All four cameras include Scene Auto Selector or Easy Auto mode, which automatically recognizes the shooting situation and adjusts camera settings accordingly.

To capture flattering portraits, the Smart Portrait System incorporates a series of automatic functions including In-Camera Red-Eye Fix, Face-Priority AF, Face Priority AE, Smile Mode, Blink Warning and Skin Softening. The S6100, S4100 and S3100 feature a new Pet Portrait mode that automatically takes a picture when detecting the pet’s face.

The Coolpix S6100 features the highest resolution ever seen in a Coolpix camera, 16-megapixels, which is paired with a 7x wide-angle optical Zoom-Nikkor ED glass lens; an enhanced touch-screen interface that utilizes tabs to open up screen space, making it easier than ever to preview full-screen shots on the 3-inch LCD without the clutter of excess icons.


The Nikon Coolpix S4100 features an intuitive touch-screen interface for a seamless operation that makes it easy to compose and share images. The S4100’s 3-inch high resolution touch-screen is perfect for showcasing images and HD videos. Both the S4100 and S3100 are sleek and colourful compact cameras that feature 14-megapixel resolution with a 5x wide-angle Zoom-Nikkor glass lens. The super slim S3100 saves on space with a 2.7-inch LCD screen.


The Coolpix L24 continues the trend of premium styling for the Lifestyle-series class of Coolpix cameras. It has 14-megapixel resolution and 3.6x optical Zoom-Nikkor glass lens, and offers the options to record video.


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