Nikon Introduces 2007 Coolpix Cameras
MELVILLE, NY (February 19, 2007) - Looking for a camera designed to meet your digital photography needs? Whether you are a first time user, a style-savvy consumer or a photography buff, Nikon's 2007 COOLPIX line-up has a camera and feature set for you. Nikon has added eight new COOLPIX cameras to its Life, Style, and Performance Series boasting high-quality design, advanced imaging and sharing technologies, and innovative new features.
"This year marks Nikon's 10th Anniversary for COOLPIX and each generation of compact cameras includes superb technologies, allowing consumers to capture great pictures with ease," says Bill Giordano, General Manager Marketing, COOLPIX for Nikon Inc. "For the 2007 line-up, we continued to make the picture taking process simple and easy while producing cameras with distinctive feature sets, allowing the consumer to choose a camera that meets their digital photography needs."
NIKON'S NEW L SERIES CAMERAS: MEMORIES MADE EASY & AFFORDABLE
Designed with the casual snap-shooter in mind, the Nikon COOLPIX L10, L11 and L12 combine high-quality design and construction with user-friendly features at affordable prices. All three cameras utilize a 3x optical Zoom-Nikkor glass lens, a big, bright LCD and a lightweight, ultra-portable body style. Additionally, each of the new L series cameras boast impressive battery life and a higher light sensitivity, which makes it easy to produce quality shots in low light situations.
With generous effective megapixel values of 7.1 for the COOLPIX L12, 6.0 for the COOLPIX L11 and 5.0 for the COOLPIX L10, users have the ability to produce clear, crisp pictures. Additionally, the L12 offers Optical VR Image Stabilization, which overcomes camera shake to produce sharper images.
The COOLPIX L10, L11 and L12 will be available nationwide beginning March 2007 at an MSRP of $119.95, $149.95, and $199.95, respectively.
NIKON'S NEW S SERIES CAMERAS FEATURE STUNNING STYLE AND ADVANCED SHARING TECHNOLOGIES
Building on the success of the COOLPIX Style Series of digital cameras, Nikon is pleased to introduce the S50 and S50c. These cameras combine enhanced imaging quality and performance with an eye-catching wave surface design. The COOLPIX S50 and the COOLPIX S50c boast 7.2-effective megapixels, a 3x Zoom-Nikkor glass lens and a huge, bright, high resolution 3.0-inch LCD screen. These cameras also utilize an Optical VR Image Stabilization system, ensuring the consumer will be able to capture stunningly sharp images. Furthermore, the COOLPIX S50c also offers the additional benefit of a built in Wireless capability for e-mail and image storage with the COOLPIX CONNECT 2 services.
COOLPIX S50c users can take advantage of Nikon's wireless transfer features through the latest version of COOLPIX CONNECT. With COOLPIX CONNECT 2 users can share pictures with friends and family from just about anywhere by emailing images directly from the camera through open access wireless hotspots. In addition, S50c users can also store up to 2 gigabytes of images on a secure Nikon server, providing a valuable back-up or an opportunity to clear memory from the SD card when capturing images away from home.
The COOLPIX S50 and the COOLPIX S50c will be available nationwide beginning April 2007. The S50c has an MSRP of $349.95 and the S50 has a MSRP of $299.95.
NIKON ADDS TWO NEW COOLPIX S SERIES CAMERAS THAT BLEND CLASSIC CAMERA DESIGN WITH INNOVATIVE IMAGING TECHNOLOGIES
Nikon has added two new, stylish, and feature-packed digital cameras to the Nikon COOLPIX Style Series line-up, the S200 and S500. Boasting 7.1 effective megapixels, a 3x Zoom-Nikkor glass lens, VR Image Stabilization technologies, and sleek all-metal bodies, these cameras exude high performance and exquisite design. Both cameras feature new body designs; the S200 is constructed from brushed aluminum while the S500 is crafted in stainless steel. Advanced performance is particularly pronounced in the S500; among compact digital cameras the COOLPIX S500 is fast, with an amazing start up time (0.6 seconds) and a shutter lag, in response priority mode (once the camera has focused), of just 0.005 seconds.