Items tagged with Coolpix

These days, camera makers are trying all sorts of new tricks in order to make up for lost sales in the point-and-shoot department. Ever since cameraphones became acceptable enough for the masses, there have been a lot fewer reasons to splurge on a compact. And with technology constantly shrinking, we've seen a number of companies attempt to shove high-spec product into small containers. Take a look at Nikon's new Coolpix A -- it's the company's first DX-format Coolpix. In other words, the sensor is the same as was in the heralded D90 a few years ago, but its size is far more mobile. The all-glass... Read more...
Nikon announced three new additions to its COOLPIX product line. The new COOLPIX S800c is powered by the Android operating system and features built-in Wi-Fi as well as a 16-megapixel CMOS sensor, 10x NIKKOR zoom lens (25-250mm), 3.5-inch touchscreen OLED, full HD video recording, and GPS. Because the camera runs on Android, it has access to Android apps and is able to connect to your favorite social networks using a Wi-Fi connection. In addition to sharing photos via your social networks directly from the camera, you can also use the camera to surf the web or download an application or game. The... Read more...
It was only a matter of time before Android found its way onto cameras, and it appears as though that time has arrived. Nikon Rumors got their hands on some leaked product shots that clearly show a new CoolPix model running Android--which confirms what the site already said about the rumored device earlier this month. The CoolPix S800 (or S800c) will likely feature 25-250mm lens, built-in GPS and WiFi, a 3.5-inch display, Android 2.3, and the ability to run Google Play apps. It appears from the photos that there will be at least two different models, and they’ll be available in black or white... Read more...
Nikon introduced new additions to its Nikon 1 and Coolpix lines. The new Nikon 1 J2 builds upon the previous-generation Nikon 1 J1 camera. The J2 model features a new Creative Mode, metallic body, a higher resolution screen, and 1080p HD video capture capabilities. The Nikon 1 J2 features a 3-inch LCD with 921,000 dots. The new Creative Mode gives users full manual exposure controls. The camera is available in White, Black, Silver, Pink, deep Red and Orange. The Nikon 1 J2 with 10-30mm kit lens will be available in September for $549.95. Nikon is also adding a new super-compact lens to the 1 NIKKOR... Read more...
The super-zoom COOLPIX P500, COOLPIX S9100, and COOLPIX L120 cameras aren't the only new offerings in Nikon's line. In addition to these three new cameras, Nikon also added five other handsets to its lineup. Among the new offerings, you'll find the COOLPIX P300, a 12.1-Megapixel shooter with a 4.2x Wide-Angle, f/1.8 maximum aperture NIKKOR glass lens. This camera also features full manual controls as well as Aperture Priority and Shutter Priority modes. The new COOLPIX S6100 is a 16.0-Megapixel camera with a 7x Optical Zoom-NIKKOR ED Glass Lens. This camera features Touch Panel operation on a large... Read more...
Nikon revealed a handful of new COOLPIX digital cameras, including the all new COOLPIX P500 with a 36x zoom. The COOLPIX P500 features a 12.1-megapixel backside illumination CMOS sensor with a 22.5mm to 810mm (35mm equivalent) lens. Nikon also announced the new COOLPIX S9100 and L120 cameras for users who want a slim zoom or affordable telephoto camera. The new COOLPIX S9100 packs an 18x zoom (25mm-450mm equivalent) in a sleek body. The COOLPIX S9100 offers a 12.1-megapixel backside illuminated CMOS sensor and ISO sensitivity up to 3200. It also has a 3-inch high resolution, 921,000-dot LCD monitor... Read more...
More Nikon goods? That's right. The Coolpix P7000 was just the beginning, as the company has two more point and shoots to consider today. The Coolpix S8100 is a robust, well-rounded pocket camera for those who aren't quite ready for a DSLR, yet need the resolution of 1080p video. It offers a 12.1MP backside illuminated CMOS sensor, 10x zoom, 1080p video support, subject tracking, Nikon's EXPEED C2 image processor, a 4-Way Vibration Reduction (VR) Image Stabilization System and ISO settings that range up to 3200. There's even in-camera HDR, a 3" LCD on the back, in-camera red-eye reduction and a... Read more...
The prosumer camera sector just got a lot more interesting. Canon's G11 and G12 have largely stood alone in recent years; those prosumer point and shoot cameras didn't have too many rivals, but now Nikon's knocking on their door with the new Coolpix P7000. This is one of Nikon's most advanced, yet compact cameras to date, offering a slew of manual controls that you'd expect on a DSLR but within the shell of a camera that can easily slip into your rear pocket. The new camera has a 1/1.7” CCD sensor coupled with a 7.1x Wide Angle Optical Zoom-NIKKOR ED Glass Lens, not to mention an EXPEED C2... Read more...
Nikon recently added two new compact cameras to its lineup. The new COOLPIX S1100pj broadens your ability to share photos, documents, and more with its built-in projector and ability to connect to your computer via USB. When connected to a PC, the camera can project anything that is displayed on the computer screen or JPEG images saved on the camera's memory card or internal memory. The projector in the COOLPIX S1100pj is 40 percent brighter than its predecessor. This 14-lumen internal projector works with the camera's touchscreen user interface. For ease of use, the camera also has a built-in... Read more...
Well that certainly didn’t take long. Yesterday, we told you about a new Nikon camera / projector combo known as the COOLPIX S1000pj. Today, Nikon made this camera official and announced three others, one of which that has a new touch-screen interface. All of the new cameras incorporate Nikon’s EXPEED digital image processing concept. They also feature an enhancement to Nikon’s Smart Portrait System with a new Skin Softening feature, Vibration Reduction (VR) Image Stabilization, and Scene Auto Selector. Check out videos of the new S70, S640, and S1000pj here. COOLPIX S70 Starting things off, we’ve... Read more...
Don’t be fooled by the Nikon Coolpix L100’s DSLR-like looks. Although the L100 looks like a high-end camera that could compete with the functions of a DSLR, it’s really a relatively simple point-and-shoot with a wide angle 15x zoom lens as well as image stabilization, a 3-inch LCD, and a high speed burst shooting mode of 13fps that surpasses that of many cameras.The L100 is part of Nikon’s Life series of digital cameras that are known for their simple and easy to use functions. As Nikon describes it, the Life series is “Powerfully capable–yet simple, at an entry-level price.” Indeed,... Read more...
We haven't posted any links to digital camera reviews for some time, but according to Bytesector, Nikon's Coolpix L3 5MP deserves some attention. The suggested MSRP for the camera is around $270, which makes it a great buy for someone who's looking for a decent camera that doesn't cost an arm and a leg. "Nikon's L series got a big push this year with three new models and offers the Coolpix L3 as the only new 5 megapixel camera for 2006. The L3 provides some of Nikon's reliable features to help you take better pictures. But have... Read more...
Hey everyone. Well I finally got a chance to give the F.E.A.R. demo a run... it's all right. The game it's self, while not being anything we haven't seen before(except for the creepy little girl), seems to promise some intense action and killer graphics. However the demo seemed to need a little more polish, and unfortunately I am one of the ones who are experiencing horrible stuttering. If Monolith can iron out that issue and the other bugs that are found in the demo, we'll be in for a real treat later on this year. Oh, and speaking of the demo, Mr. Ghazi from TweakGuides has put out a quick guide... Read more...
Hey folks, I hope your all having a good weekend. I'm just stopping in for a few minutes to update you on the news that's floating around this weekend... enjoy! C3 Expo 2005 Coverage @ XYZ Computing "It is conveniently (for me) located at the Javits Center in New York City so even though it mainly featured enterprise level hardware and services I figured I would stop by and see if I could dig up anything interesting. Some of the more interesting companies attending were Google, CMS Products, SilverStone, Pepper Pads, and NEC. In addition to the hardware their was lots of software, conferences,... Read more...