Nikon’s Coolpix W300 is a rugged compact camera designed to capture and share high-quality images and 4K UHD video. The waterproof, shockproof, freezeproof, and dustproof W300 features an improved grip and handling, a 3-inch LCD display and a 5x optical zoom Nikkor lens, plus built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth via the Nikon SnapBridge app.
Featuring a 16-megapixel CMOS back-side illuminated (BSI) sensor, the W300 offers a waterproof (100ft. / 30 m), freezeproof (14F / -10C), dustproof, and enhanced shockproof (7.9ft. / 2.4 m) camera body with increased grip area and ergonomically improved shutter button placement.
It also has built-in GPS plus Points of Interest (POI) and mapping functions, as well as an altimeter and depth gauge. The camera also has a dedicated button to activate an LED light for illumination, and a new Active Guide function to display location and altitude data.
Additionally, with built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, images can transfer automatically to a photographer’s smart device so that family and friends can instantly view vacation highlights. When connected, users can also operate the camera remotely with a smart device to capture new perspectives and explore their creative potential.
The 5x optical zoom offers 10x dynamic fine zoom. The camera’s hybrid VR technology provides up to three stops of compensation to capture sharp images and smooth 4K UHD (3840×2160/30p) videos. Video features include a variety of creative functions, such as time-lapse and superlapse recording.
The Nikon Coo;pix W300 will be available in yellow and orange for a manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) of $499.95.
There are two new additions to Nikon’s Coolpix compact camera line, the W100 and A300.
Other features include a 13.2-megapixel sensor, 3x optical zoom Nikkor lens and full HD video capability.
Complete with a 20.1-megapixel sensor, 8x optical zoom lens, high-performance Vibration Reduction (VR) and connectivity and sharing via Nikon SnapBridge, the A300 is said to be an affordable and versatile compact camera.
Both new Coolpix cameras will be available in February. The Coolpix W100 will be available in blue and white for $199.95 MSRP, the Coolpic A300 in black for $179.95 MSRP.
Nikon has unveiled three new long-zoom Coolpix cameras which include a simplified way to transfer and share images using compatible smart devices with an “always on” Bluetooth connection that makes automatic upload of images possible.
The B700 is a compact superzoom camera with a 20.3-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor, and 60x optical zoom (120x with Dynamic Fine Zoom). It supports 4K UHD video at 30p.
The B500 is a long-zoom camera powered by AA batteries and features a 16-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor with 40x optical zoom (80x with Dynamic Fine Zoom). It supports Full HD 1080p video.
The A900 is a slim long-zoom compact camera with a 20-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor and 35x optical zoom (70x with Dynamic Fine Zoom). It supports 4K UHD video at 30p and includes a 3-inch tilting high resolution LCD display for shooting images from any angle.
Nikon says it has developed the new Nikon SnapBridge to help consumers automatically transfer images via Bluetooth low energy (BLE) directly to a compatible smartphone or tablet, establishing an “always on” connection. The SnapBridge app allows users to document the time and location images were taken, embed copyright or photographer information on any image, as well as operate the camera remotely (group shots anyone?). Built-in Wi-Fi and Near Field Communication (NFC) are also available. SnapBridge users can take advantage of Nikon’s free image storing service, Nikon Image Space, to store up to 20 GB of images and an unlimited number of thumbnail images (up to 2MB) to the cloud. The application will also send registered users firmware updates directly to their smart device.
The B700 offers a 60x optical zoom Nikkor ED glass lens, is capable of shooting at 5 frames per second (fps), and features a 3-inch Vari-angle LCD display. Other features include myriad Creative Modes and RAW (NRW) shooting support.
The B500 sports a 40x optical zoom Nikkor glass lens and offers hybrid VR to combat camera shake when shooting. The B500 can record full 1080p HD video, and there’s a high resolution tilting 3-inch LCD screen.
All three cameras will be available in black this Spring. The A900 packs a 35x optical zoom Nikkor glass lens, and has a 3-inch tilting high resolution LCD display.
The Nikon Coolpix B700 will be available for a manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) of $579.95. The B500 will be available for an MSRP of $339.95. The A900 will be available for an MSRP of $499.95.
In addition to this super zoom, the 16-megapixel camera comes equipped with an array of innovative features and advanced controls for capturing sharp and detailed images, says the company, as well as Full HD video. Such features include built-in GPS and Snapbridge, where users seamlessly shoot and share photos from the camera to a compatible smartphone or tablet via built in Wi-Fi and Near Field Communication technology (NFC2).
But back to that lens. It’s the equivalent of 24-2000 mm, using Nikkor ED glass and a super extra-low dispersion (ED) glass element. A high performance autofocus (AF) system is capable of shooting 7 frames per second (fps).
The camera has a built-in electronic viewfinder (EVF) with an eye sensor, as well as a high-resolution, Vari-angle 3-inch LCD display. There’s a snap-back zoom button. The Side Zoom Control button’s position helps to combat camera shake. Additionally, the camera has an intuitive control layout, with the Fn (function) button providing fast access to frequently used functions. The Command Dial and Mode Dial allow users to quickly apply or adjust settings with just one hand. The P900 also features Manual (spot), Manual (normal) and Manual (wide) AF Area Mode options that can be selected in accordance with the size and position of the primary subject.
The P900 boasts a speedy shooting lag time of approximately 0.12 seconds at the maximum wide-angle position and approximately 0.75 seconds at the maximum telephoto position. In addition, the camera incorporates the new Dual Detect Optical VR technology to help achieve the highest level of camera shake compensation available in a Nikon compact digital camera, equivalent to a 5.0-stop increase in shutter speed to help ensure sharp photos.
The camera offers features such as Scene Modes, filter effects, special effects, Picture Controls and macro mode.
Uers can capture video in Full HD 1080p with stereo audio recording or use the camera’s Time Lapse feature. The Zoom Microphone function enables the clear recording of sounds from a variety of distances.
Built-in GPS and point of interest (POI) allows users to geo-tag images and view where those images were taken on a map.
The Nikon Coolpix P900 will be available in April at a manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) of $669.95. Available in black.
The Coolpix AW130 captures photos and videos amd features a 16-megapixel CMOS sensor with Full HD 1080p video, is waterproof to 100 ft / 30 m, shockproof to 7 ft / 2.1 m, freezeproof to 14F / -10C, includes built-in WiFi and Near Field Communication (NFC) for easy sharing, and offers built-in GPS, Maps and Points of Interest (POI) technology, which allow the user to record the longitude and latitude of where images were captured.
The easy-to-use Coolpix S33 is rugged enough for almost any family outing, says Nikon, and offers a 13.2-megapixel CMOS sensor with Full HD 1080p video, is waterproof to 33 ft / 10 m, shockproof to 5 ft / 1.5 m, freezeproof to 14F / -10C, and offers 16 creative styles and effects options.
The Nikon Coolpix AW130 will be available for a manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) of $379.95 in March, available in yellow, blue and orange.
The Nikon Coolpix S33 will be available for an MSRP of $149.95 in March, available in white and blue.
Nikon has announced two affordable ultra-compact cameras, the Coolpix S3700 and L32.
The S3700 captures photos and HD videos, has a 20.1-megapixel CCD sensor, an 8x optical zoom with Lens-Shift Vibration Reduction technology and 16x Dynamic Fine Zoom, shoots 720p HD video, offers built-in Wi-Fi and Near Field Communication (NFC) for easy sharing, and has Subject Tracking to keep fast-moving action in focus.
The slim Coolpix L32 also features a 20.1-megapixel sensor, has a 5x optical zoom, shoots 720p HD video, offers 15 scene modes, and is powered by AA batteries.
The Nikon Coolpix S3700 will be available for a manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) of $149.95 in March, available in black and blue.
The Nikon Coolpix L32 will be available for an MSRP of $99.95 in March, available in black and red.
Joining the Nikon zoom Coolpix lineup are the P610, L840, S9900 and S7000.
The P610 and L840 offer 60x and 38x zooms, respectively. Those looking for smaller and more stylish compact zoom cameras that can fit comfortably in most pockets there are the S9900 and S7000 with 16-megapixel CMOS sensors and Full HD video capabilities. The P610, L840, S9900 and S7000 offer Nikon Snapbridge, where users seamlessly shoot and share photos from the camera to a compatible smartphone or tablet via built-in Wi-Fi and Near Field Communication (NFC) technology.
The P610 boasts a 60x optical zoom Nikkor ED glass lens and 120x Dynamic Fine Zoom, 16-megapixel CMOS sensor, high performance autofocus (AF) system for stills and Full HD video, both a built-in electronic viewfinder and a 3-inch Vari-angle LCD.
The P610 sports filter effects, special effects, picture controls and a macro mode. Additionally, users can shoot Full HD video with stereo audio recording or create a time-lapse video using the camera’s new Time Lapse feature.
It also delivers 7 frames per second shooting (full resolution) and 5-stop Dual Detect Optical VR image stabilization which helps minimize the effects of camera shake.
The P610 also features built-in GPS and Points of Interest (POI), allowing users to geo-tag shots and view where they were taken on a map.
The Coolpix L840 has a 38x optical zoom Nikkor ED glass lens with the ability to reach 76x with Dynamic Fine Zoom. The camera features built-in Wi-Fi with NFC connectivity for easy sharing, while being conveniently powered by AA batteries.
Thanks to lens-shift VR Technology, blur caused by camera shake is minimized.
The camera has a tilting 3-inch LCD display and an intuitive menu system as well as a dedicated video record button.
The Coolpix S9900 offers 30x Nikkor optics, a sleek body, 16-megapixel sensor, up to 60x Dynamic Fine Zoom, lens shift VR for stills and Hybrid VR Technology for videos to effectively help minimize blurred images, built-in GPS and POI technology that records the longitude and latitude of where any image was captured, and built-in Wi-Fi and NFC Connectivity.
Additionally, the camera has a 3-inch Vari-angle LCD display, automatic and manual exposure mode controls as well as new Time-Lapse video recording.
Nikon says the Coolpix S7000 features the world’s lightest design, featuring a 16-megapixel CMOS sensor, Full HD Video recording with stereo sound, and a 20x optical zoom Nikkor ED glass lens with 40x Dynamic Fine Zoom.
Sharing images can be done at the push of a button with the built-in Wi-Fi and NFC connectivity.
Equipped with a target-finding AF system, users are able to pin-point their intended subject and accurately capture even fast moving scenes.
The S7000 also allows for easy framing of any subject, using the camera’s 3-inch LCD display.
Lens-shift VR technology helps minimize blur while the camera’s 18 scene modes provide the optimal settings for a variety of common shooting scenarios. The camera also includes a new Time Lapse video function.
The Nikon Coolpix P610 will be available at a manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) of $499.95, available in black and red.
The L840 will be available for an MSRP of $299.95, in black and red.
The S9900 carries an MSRP of $379.95, in black.
The S7000 will be available for an MRSP of $299.95, in black.
All four will be available in March.
The S810C features a 16.0-megapixel, backside illuminated (BSI) CMOS sensor for excellent low-light shooting ability, and a 12x optical zoom Nikkor lens (with 24x Dynamic Fine Zoom). Further bolstering the low-light capability of the S810C, the camera has an ISO range up to 3200, as well as Lens-Shift Vibration Reduction (VR) to help prevent blurry photos, even while shooting handheld. The camera also has a fast continuous shooting mode.
When accessing the Google Play store through the camera, users have access to myriad apps including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and others where they can share photos and stay connected. With the Android OS, users can surf the Web, read their latest emails, browse through their friends’ photos and
videos, navigate with maps as well as take advantage of many other functions offered by Android apps.
By leveraging the built-in Wi-Fi capabilities, users can directly share photos instantly with friends and family. When no external Wi-Fi network is available, users can also connect to a compatible smartphone or tablet via the dedicated “Connect to S810C” app to transfer, share and view their images on that smart device.
Additionally, the S810C has built-in GPS for location-based apps, as well as a stereo headphone jack that allows users to operate their camera as a mobile media player device.
The camera has a 3.7-inch touch-screen LCD monitor as well as the ability to capture Full 1080p HD videos.
User-friendly modes and features include Easy Panorama which allows users to simply sweep the camera to create an ultra-wide panoramic image. The camera also features a new enhanced battery, allowing users to stay connected longer.
The Nikon Coolpix S810C is scheduled to be available later this month at a manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) of $369.95. It will be available in white.
Fitting, in some respects, this camera should be announced the day of the opening ceremonies of the Winter Olympics, as Nikon says the AW120 is “designed for those who want to take photos when they’re in the action, instead of watching it.”
Waterproof (up to 18 m), shockproof (up to 2 m) and freezeproof (down to -10°C), the AW120 is equipped with GPS technology and users can stay connected when they’re “off the grid” with built-in mapping and an electronic compass. Built-in Wi-Fi connectivity allows the user to seamlessly transfer images or Full HD (1080p) videos to compatible smart devices for easy sharing to their social networks, friends and family.
The AW120 features a 16-megapixel CMOS sensor for pictures and Full HD 1080p/60i videos, a 5x (24-120 mm equivalent) optical zoom lens with Hybrid Vibration Reduction (VR), an f/2.8 maximum aperture and continuous-shooting capability at approximately 6.9 frames per second (fps).
The camera sports an intuitive graphic user interface and Nikon’s Action Control function that allows seamless operation with gloved hands, plus a 3.0-inch OLED monitor.
The AW120 can be mounted to a new chest harness (sold separately) that allows users to securely fasten the camera around their chests. The camera can also be fitted with optional silicone skins (sold separately) that provide a second layer of protection and a stylish new look. The silicone skins will be available in several different colours including black, orange, blue and khaki.
The Nikon Coolpix AW120 is scheduled to be available in March at a manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) of $379.95. It will be available in orange and blue.
Nikon calls its Coolpix S32 a fun and durable compact camera. The sturdy point-and-shoot is waterproof (up to 10 m) and shockproof (up to 1.5 m). The S32 also includes a 2.7-inch LCD display with an intuitive graphic user interface.
Both photos and Full HD (1080p) videos are captured on a 13.2-megapixel CMOS sensor via a 3x optical zoom. Playback options include an in-camera slide show.
The camera also includes Motion Detection, Smart Portrait System, and Special Creative Effects.
The Nikon Coolpix S32 is scheduled to be available in March at an MSRP of $149.95. It will be available in white and blue.