Melville, N.Y. – Nikon introduced three new additions to its Coolpix point-and-shoot camera series, including a model with built-in Wi-Fi connectivity, a new flagship model with 12.1 megapixel resolution performance, and a model with ultra-compact styling.
The new models include the Coolpix S800c (available in September at a $350 suggested retail price), P7700 (September, $500) and S01 (September, $180).
The S800C stresses connectivity and image sharing from any location with its built-in Wi-Fi and the Android Operating System.
The camera features a 16-megapixel CMOS sensor, 10x Nikkor zoom lens, Full HD video recording, GPS and easy access to Android apps.
Other key features include: easy shooting, editing and sharing photos through social networks; 16-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor, Expeed C2 image-processing; 10x Nikkor zoom lens with Vibration Reduction; FullHD 1080p video, built-in GPS technology and a choice of white or black body colors.
Nikon’s new flagship Coolpix P7700 offers a 12.2-megapixel Back Side Illuminated CMOS sensor; 7.1x (28-200mm 35mm equivalent) optical zoom f/2 Nikkor ED glass lens; lens-shift vibration reduction; manual controls; Intelligent Autofocus, 19 scene modes, scene auto selector, RAW format shooting, Full 1080p HD capability, 3-inch (921,000 dot) vari-angle LCD monitor, and a black body color.
The Coolpix S01 is designed for active and style-conscious photographers with its ultra-mini body (3.1 by 2.1 by 0.7 inches, 3.4 ounces), touch-screen operation and Easy Auto Mode with six scene modes, 3x wide-angle zoom Nikkor lens and Expeed C2 image-processing, built-in Xenon flash, and a choice of red, silver, white and pink body colors.