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New Nikon flagship Coolpix camera does geo-tagging

Posted in Coolpix by Nino Marchetti on August 10th, 2008

Nikon Coolpix P6000

Among the Nikon cameras announced in the last week, the one perhaps standing out the most is this new flagship Coolpix compact camera. It is the Nikon Coolpix P6000 and you’ll be able to pick one up for around $500.

The Nikon Coolpix P6000 is a 13.5-megapixel shooter which offers up “geo-tagging” capabilities via built-in GPS. With this particular function one can note the “location where their images are captured based on latitudinal and longitudinal coordinates.” This can reportedly then be tied into any software or website that recognizes GPS data, including Nikon’s “my Picturetown” service.

Nikon Coolpix S60 offers interesting touchscreen controls

Posted in Coolpix by Nino Marchetti on August 9th, 2008

Nikon Coolpix S60

Nikon’s got a number of new cameras it announced this week. One which has some really nice design cues and tech features is the Nikon Coolpix S60, priced at around $350.

The Nikon Coolpix S60 is a 10-megapixel shooter in a compact body form. It sports a 3.5-inch touchscreen LED for controls and digital image display. The touchscreen, in fact, handles all controls, according to Nikon, except for power and shutter release. One example of this is the ability “to lock the autofocus and exposure on a subject by simply touching the corresponding location on the LCD screen.”

Nikon’s New Styling S700 & S510

Posted in Coolpix,Digital Cameras,Nikon by Chetz on August 31st, 2007

Nikon Style S510 and S700 COOLPIX cameraNikon has announced two new Style series cameras that bundle a range of software features that make it easier to take perfect snapshots every time. The 12.1 megapixel S700 ($379.95) and 8.1 megapixel S510 ($299.95, pictured) digital cameras will include Optical Vibration Reduction image stabilization which allows the shooter to take sharp photos even if they are being attacked by a swarm of bees or bouncing on a trampoline.

With VR stabilization your photos can be snapped at shutter speeds up to three times slower than would normally be possible. You can also take better photos in reduced light situations with the cameras higher ISO capabilities, have red-eye correction, compensate for excessive back-lighting or the times your flash isn’t bright enough and with the cameras’ Face-Priority auto focusing feature you can take a photo that will have up to 12 different faces clearly defined in your image.

Nikon Unveils COOLPIX L14 & L15 Simple Shooters

Posted in Coolpix,Digital Cameras,Nikon by Darrin Olson on August 30th, 2007

Nikon COOLPIX L14 and L15 Digital camerasToday Nikon announced its intention to release a couple of new additions to its LIFE line of digital cameras. Both models are targeting consumers looking for a simple point and shoot model that will take good pictures, despite their photography skills. The COOLPIX L14 and COOLPIX L15 are packed with a nice feature set and differ only slightly in their features.

The L14 has a 2.4-inch LCD and takes 7 megapixel shots while the L15 increases the LCD size by 0.4 inches and the megapixels by 1. Also, the L14 model only boasts the ability to take an unprecedented 1,000 pictures on a single pair of AA batteries since the L15 must be using up more of its power on the bigger LCD and some full-time image stabilization.

CoolPix S51c gives you wireless photo sharing

Posted in Coolpix,Digital Cameras,Nixon by Nino Marchetti on August 30th, 2007

Nikon CoolPix S51cOne of Nikon’s newest CoolPix digital cameras sports the added convenience of letting one wirelessly transmit digital images for viewing by others. The Nikon CoolPix S51c is priced at around $330 and should be available in September.

The Nikon S51c offers up 8.1-megapixels of resolution, a standard 3x zoom and a three-inch LCD monitor, among other features. What is very interesting though is the wireless sharing, which allows you to connect through an Internet “hot spot” to email to someone a picture you’ve taken. This is done through Nikon’s online Picturetown service. Photos can also be published online for others to view and also sent to the email addresses of a Blackberry device for viewing.


Posted in Coolpix,Digital Cameras,Nikon by Darrin Olson on February 20th, 2007

COOLPIX L11 digital CameraToday Nikon has announced a number of new cameras to their COOLPIX line to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the brand, and a new COOLPIX logo to boot. The COOLPIX L10 and COOLPIX L11 are similar and simple point and shoot cameras targeting the beginner.

The COOLPIX L11 is a 6.0 megapixel camera that features 3x zoom (4x digital zoom), automatic light sensitivity and the ability to automatically recognize and focus on faces when they are in frame. Nikon also states that the L11 is compatible with AA batteries. This can certainly be a convenience for the times you forget the charger, but it is also a way for Nikon to sell a camera without rechargeable batteries or a charger; both of these items are optional add-ons that come separately. A set of alkaline AA’s do come in the package, though.

The L11 also comes with …