With the camera market facing increasing competition from smartphones, camera maker Nikon has gone retro with its latest product - the new `Nikon Df' camera; the company's newest high-end DSLR which boasts retro looks that mask the modern DSLR technology.
The `Df' branding in the new Nikon camera's name stands for `Digital Fusion.' One of the optional versions of the Nikon Df is somewhat of a reminiscent of the company's `F Series' of cameras; featuring a silver-hued chassis and pentaprism viewfinder, along with faux-leather textured grip and physical dial controls.
Nikon's recently launched small camera/snapper Coolpix S02 is so compact that you can easily keep it in your pocket and carry without feeling any burden.
The small Nikon Coolpix S02 camera is merely 3.1 inches in width, 2.1 inches in height and 0.7-inch in thickness. Weighing at 3.6 ounces, it is also very light.
Despite being small, the Coolpix S02 has several striking features. It features a 2.7-inch 230,000-dot-resolution touchscreen, a 3x f3.3-5.9 30-90mm lens plus a powerful, 13-megapixel CMOS sensor.
Camera maker Nikon has added literally more than longer lenses to its latest point-&-shoot Coolpix megazooms lineup.
The new Coolpix P520 boasts a new 18MP backside-illuminated CMOS sensor, the same 42x f3.0-5.9, 24-1,000mm lens that is found on the P510 and Built-in GPS with support for tiny WU-1a Wi-Fi adapter. Built-in Wi-Fi allows users to connect the camera wirelessly to iOS- or Android-based devices for viewing/sharing photos and videos.
Nikon is all ready to showcase its three new and improved Coolpix cameras on store shelves. They may hit the market anytime later this month.
The improved versions are replica of the existing digital cameras of Nikon, with added features. They have come with sophisticated and advanced picture capturing quality and shooting functions.
The three cameras have been named as Coolpix S8100, Coolpix P7000 and Coolpix S80.