The Nikon digital cameras with non-interchangeable lenses


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Parallel to its range of SLR-type digital camera, Nikon put on the market since 1996 several digital cameras for mass-market and created a new range called Coolpix.
In 2016, Nikon presents premium cameras built around a 1" sensor and called DL. They will never be released.



Nikon Coolpix W300



coolpix W300


Nikon Coolpix W300

At end of May 2017, The Coolpix W300, a waterproof digital compact, replaces the AW130 with a new grip design. It keeps the same sensor 1/2.3" 16-MP CMOS backlit sensor, same 5x optically and electronically stabilized zoom with wide-angle from 4.28 to 16.6 mm f/2.8-4.9 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 24-120 mm) with 12 elements in 10 groups and 2 ED glass elements, a 4K/30p movies video mode (MP4 vidéo : H.264/MPEG-4 AVC, audio : AAC stéréo), a screen of 7.5 cm (3 inches) 921 000 dots, built-in SnapBridge, Wi-Fi module GPS and GLONASS integrated. It is waterproof until 98 ft and a protected from shocks, resistant to falls from 7.9ft or -10° Celsius. It has Micro-connector HDMI and Micro USB plugs and is powered by a rechargeable Li-ion battery EN-EL12.
Compared to its predecessor, it has an Active Guide mode, offering quick access to data like altitude and location.
It is available in four colors: yellow, orange, black and camouflage for $389.95 (May 2017).

Nikon Coolpix W100



coolpix W100

In August 2016, Nikon presents the Coolpix W100 that replaces S33 without offering any significant differences except SnapBridge, HDMI output, a Smile Timer of 5s (for selfie) and a power supply by rechargeable Li-ion battery EN-EL19 instead of two AA batteries. It keeps the Full HD video mode (1080/30p), a 13.2 megapixel CMOS sensor 1/3.1, the same 3x optical zoom 4.1-12.3 mm f/3.3-5.9 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 29-90 mm) with 6 lenses in 5 groups and electronic stabilization complemented by a 4x digital zoom, a 2.7" LCD screen rear of 230 000 pixels. This camera is also shockproof, waterproof camera until 10 m. This remains a dedicated camera for the whole family and children.
It is available in blue, pink, yellow white or with colorful patterns for $149 (August 2016).


The DL series


Nikon DL 18-50

Nikon DL 18-50


Nikon DL 24-85

Nikon DL 24-85

Nikon DL 24-500

Nikon DL 24-500

In February 2016, Nikon introduces new digital enthusiasts compacts DL like Digital Lens where zoom range is indicated in their name.
These cameras were originally planned in June 2016 but issues with the integrated circuit for image processing delayed the release of theses cameras. In February 2017, Nikon decided that sales of the DL series will be canceled due to concerns regarding their profitability considering the increase in development costs, and the drop in the number of expected sales due to the slow-down of the market.

These experts cameras had both a compact BSI CMOS sensor type CX 1" of 20.8 megapixel manufactured by Sony, an Expeed 6A image processor, a 160 to 12 800 ISO range, an advanced hybrid AF system with 105 phase-detection points or 171 contrast detection points, a shoot mode at 60 frames per second (30 fps with AF tracking), a 4K UHD 30d and Full HD 120p video modes, an 3" OLED Touch rear screen of 1 037 000 points protected with a Gorilla glass. They also had a WiFi mode and a low power Bluetooth mode to be compatible with Snapbridge. They had also a hot-shoe shoe that can receive viewfinder or optional Nikon SB flash, images are stored on SD, SDHC or SDXC.

The DL 18-50 has an optically stabilized (VR) zoom with dual detection of 6.7-18.5 mm f/1.8-2.8 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 18-50 mm) with 11 lenses in 8 groups (2 lenses in ED glass) with 7 blades electromagnetic diaphragm blades, a 4x digital zoom, it can receive an optional 2.359 million pixels electronic viewfinder and is powered by a rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN-EL24.
It should be supplied in black for $899 (June 2016) but was never released.


The DL 24-85 has an optically stabilized (VR) zoom with dual detection of 8.8-31.3 mm f/1,8-2,8 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 24-85) with 11 elements in 9 groups and 1 ED glass element and a 4x digital zoom, it has a built-in flash and can receive an optional electronic viewfinder of 2,359,000 pixels or a Nikon Speedlight flash. It is powered by a rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN-EL24.
It should be supplied in black or silver for $799 (June 2016) but was never released.


The DL 24-500 is a bridge camera with a built-in 2.359 million pixels electronic viewfinder and an 21x zoom optically stabilized (VR) with dual detection of 8.8-185 mm f/2.8-5.6 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 24-500 mm) with 15 elements in 11 groups and 2 ED glass elements complemented by a 4x digital zoom, it has a built-in flash and can receive a Nikon Speedlight flash. It is powered by a rechargeable Li-ion battery EN-EL20a.
It should be supplied in black for $999 (June 2016) but was never released.





Coolpix A300


Coolpix A300




Coolpix A900

Coolpix A900


Coolpix B500

Coolpix B500

Coolpix B700

Coolpix B700

Nikon changes letter prefix for Coolpix: A (stylish), B (bridge) and W (waterproof) that replaces the L, S, P and AW prefixes.
The new Coolpix have both storage on SD or SDHC cards, an Bluetooth Version 4.1 Specification and SnapBridge function that deliver a constant low intensity connection between the camera and a smartphone or tablet, and allow to control easily images from the device.

The Coolpix A300 replaces the S9900,It has a new backlit CMOS sensor 1/2.3 "(6.17 x 4.55 mm) of 20,1 millions of pixels (5152 × 3864), a 8x zoom optically and electronically stabilized of 4.5-36 mm f/3.7-6.6 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 12-200 mm) with 8 elements in 7 groups complemented by a 4x digital zoom, an 6.7 cm (2.7 inch) LCD OLED adjustable rear screen of 230,000 pixels, with anti-reflective coating and the five brightness levels, a Full HD video mode, sensitivity from 80 to 1600 ISO expandable to ISO 3200.
It has a 19Mo internal memory. It has built-in Wi-Fi and is powered by a rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN-EL19.
It is available in five colors: red rose, black, silver or red motifs for $169 (April 2016).


The Coolpix A900 replaces the S9900, It has a new backlit CMOS sensor 1/2.3 "(6.17 x 4.55 mm) of 20.3 millions of pixels (5184 × 3888), a 35x zoom optically and electronically stabilized of 4,3-151 mm f/3.4-6.9 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 24-840 mm) with 13 elements in 11 groups and 4 ED glass elements complemented by a 4x digital zoom, an 7.5 cm (3 inch) LCD OLED adjustable rear screen of 921 000 pixels with anti-reflective coating and six adjusting brightness levels, a video mode 4K UHD 30p with an input and an audio output, a sensitivity ISO 80-1600, an TTL auto builtin flash with pre-flashes.
It accepts SD SDHC cards. It has built-in Wi-Fi and is powered by a rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN-EL12.
It is available in black or silver for $449 (April 2016).


The Coolpix B500 replaces the L840, It keeps the same backlit CMOS sensor 1/2.3 "(6.17 x 4.55 mm) of 16.79 millions of pixels (5184 × 3888), a 40x zoom optically and electronically stabilized of 4-160 mm f/3-6.5 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 22,5-900 mm) with 12 elements in 9 groups and 3 ED glass elements, complemented by a 4x digital zoom, an 7.5 cm (3 inch) LCD OLED rear screen of 921 000 pixels tiltable about 85 ° down and 90 ° up, it has a Full HD video mode, a WiFi connection, an TTL auto builtin flash with pre-flashes and is powered by four AA batteries.
It is available in black, red or purple for $299 (April 2016).


The Coolpix B700 replaces the P610, It has a new backlit CMOS sensor 1/2.3 "(6.17 x 4.55 mm) of 20.3 millions of pixels (5184 × 3888) instead of 16 for its predecessor, a 60x zoom optically and electronically stabilized of 4,3-258 mm f/3,3-6,5 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 24-1440 mm) avec stabilisation optique, 16 elements in 11 groups and 4 ED glass elements complemented by a 4x digital zoom, an electronic viewfinder LCD of 921,000 pixels with diopter adjustment function (-3 to +1 m), an 7.5 cm (3 inch) LCD OLED rear screen of 921 000 pixels with anti-reflective treatment, a sensitivity of ISO 100 to 1600 expandable to ISO 3200, a 4K UHD 30p video mode with audio output and input and stereo, automatic TTL flash with pre-flashes and AF by contrast detect. It is powered by a rechargeable Li-ion battery EN-EL23.
It is available in black or red for $479 (April 2016).

Nikon Coolpix A10


coolpix A10


Nikon Coolpix A100


coolpix A100

In January 2016, Nikon presents its first cameras for eleven months.

the Coolpix A10 replaces the L32. It has a 1/2.3" CMOS sensor (6.17 x 4.55 mm) of 16 million pixels, an 5x optical zoom 4.6-23 mm f/3.2-6.5 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 26-130 mm) electronically stabilized, 6 lenses in 5 groups that can be completed by a 4x digital zoom, a 2.7" screen (6.7 cm) of 230 000 pixels , It has also 720p HD video, 18 scene modes, a smile detection mode, an effect fashion makeup and is powered by two AA batteries.
It is available in silver, black, red or purple with motifs for $79 (January 2016).

The Coolpix A100 has a 1/2.3" CMOS sensor (6.17 x 4.55 mm) of 20.1 million pixels, but shares many elements with the A10: the same 5x optical zoom 4.6-23 mm f/3.2-6.5 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 26-130 mm) electronically stabilized, 6 lenses in 5 groups that can be completed by a 4x digital zoom, the same 2.7" screen (6.7 cm) of 230 000 pixels, it also has a video mode HD (1080p), 18 scene modes and is powered by a rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN-EL19.
It is available in five colors: Silver, black, red or purple with or without motifs for $119 (January 2016)

coolpix P900

Coolpix P900





Introduced in March 2015, the Coolpix P900 becomes the top of Nikon bridges, it has a 1/2.3"(6.17 x 4.55 mm) back-illuminated CMOS sensor of 16.67 megapixels, a 83x optical zoom 4.3- 357mm f/2.8-6.5 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 24 to 2000 mm) with 16 elements in 12 groups (5 ED glass elements and 1 in Super ED glass element)with optical stabilization and 4x digital zoom, a 3" LCD rear screen of 921,000 pixels, it is powered by a rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN- EL23. It has also a built-in GPS localization and GLONASS system, 19 scenes mode, a panoramic 360°/180° simplified mode, a 3D view mode, an automatic HDR mode, NFC and a WiFi connection with WPA2 security access, an high-speed continuous shooting and 1 Full HD video (1080p) in stereo and a EXPEED C2 processor.

The Coolpix P900 is available in black for $599 (April 2015).


In February 2015, after four cameras launched a month ago, Nikon introduced seven "new" cameras at CP+:


Nikon Coolpix S33





coolpix S33


Nikon Coolpix AW130




coolpix AW130


Nikon Coolpix S7000



coolpix S7000

Nikon Coolpix S9900


coolpix S9900


The Coolpix S33 replaces the S32 with a Full HD video mode (1080/30p) but always the same waterproof camera until 10 m with the same 13.2 megapixel CMOS sensor, the same 3x optical zoom 4.1-12.3 mm f/3.3-5.9 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 29.1-87.3 mm) with electronic stabilization complemented by a 4x digital zoom, a 2.7" LCD screen rear of 230 000 pixels, it is powered by two AA batteries. This camera is also shockproof. This remains a dedicated camera for the whole family and children.
It is available in blue, pink, yellow or white for $149 (March 2015).

The Coolpix AW130, waterproof digital compact, replaces the AW120 with a new design. It is now waterproof passing from 50ft to 80ft, keeps the same sensor 1/2.3" 16-MP CMOS backlit sensor, same 5x stabilized zoom with wide-angle from 4.28 to 16.6 mm f/2.8-4.9 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 24-120 mm) with 12 elements in 10 groups and 2 ED glass elements, a Full HD movies video mode (1080p), a screen of 7.5 cm (3 inches) 921 000 dots, built-in Wi-Fi module and GPS GLONASS and QZSS integrated for saving the exact location (longitude and latitude) of shooting as a "geodesic tag". It is a protected from shocks, resistant to falls from 6.5ft or -10° Celsius.
It is available in five colors: yellow, red, black, blue and camouflage for $349.95 (March 2015).

The Coolpix S7000, replaces the S6900, It keeps the same 1/2.3" (6.17 x 4. 55 mm) CMOS sensor of 16 effective millions pixels but have a new 20x optical zoom 4.5-90 mm f/3.4-6.5 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 25-500 mm) with 12 elements in 10 groups (1 ED glass element) with optical stabilization and 4x digital zoom. It has a the touch sensitive monitor of 7 cm (3") with 460,000 pixels, Full HD video (1080/30P) in stereo, NFC and a WiFi connection with WPA2 security access, scene and edit modes, an EXPEED C2 image processor and is powered by a Li-ion EN-EL19 rechargeable battery.
The S7000 is available in black, white, red or gold for $279 (March 2015).

The Coolpix S9900 replaces the S9700, the S9800 is a Fujifilm camera. It has the same 1/2.3"(6.17 x 4.55 mm) back-illuminated CMOS sensor of 18 million pixels, a 30x optical zoom, optically and electronically stabilized from 4.5-135 mm f/3.7-6.4 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 25-750 mm) with 13 Lens in 11 groups (and 3 ED glass element) complemented by a 4x digital zoom, a swivel 3.2" LCD OLED rear screen of 921 000 pixels with anti-reflective coating and visibility from all angles. It is powered by a rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN-EL12 and has also Full HD video (1080p) mode, an Auto HDR mode, an 3D mode and EXPEED C2 processor. It has a GPS GLONASS and QZSS system and integrated Wi-Fi.
The S9900 is available in silver or black for $349 (March 2015).



Nikon Coolpix L340



coolpix L340

Nikon Coolpix L840



coolpix L840

Nikon Coolpix P610

coolpix P610


The Coolpix L340 replaces the L330. It has a CCD 1/2.3" sensor (6.17 x 4.55 mm) of 20.2 million pixels, a 26x optical zoom optically stabilized 4-112 mm f/3.1-5.9 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 22.5-630 mm) with 12 elements in 9 groups (1 ED glass) complemented by a 4x digital zoom, a 3" rear LCD screen of 460,000 pixels, it is powered by four AA batteries.
It is available in black for $179 (March 2015).

The Coolpix L840 replaces the L830. It has a 1/2.3" back-illuminated CMOS sensor (6.17 x 4.55 mm) of 16.79 megapixels, a 38x optical zoom stabilized electronically and optically 4-152 mm f/3-6.5 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 22.5-855 mm) with 12 elements in 9 groups (3 ED glass elements), complemented by a 4x digital zoom, an adjustable 3" rear LCD screen of 921,000 pixels, it has NFC and WiFi built-in modules and is powered by four AA batteries. It has also Full HD (1080p) video, 18 scene modes and an EXPEED C2 processor.
It is available in purple, red or black for $299 (March 2015).

The Coolpix P610 replaces the P600, It becomes the top of Nikon bridges, it has a 1/2.3"(6.17 x 4.55 mm) back-illuminated CMOS sensor of 16.67 megapixels, a 60 x optical zoom 4,3-258 mm f/3.3-6.5 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 24-1440 mm) with 16 elements in 11 groups (4 ED glass elements and 1 in Super ED glass element) with optical stabilization and 4x digital zoom, a 3.2" LCD rear screen of 921,000 pixels with visibility from all angles, anti-glare treatment and five levels of brightness. It is powered by a rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN-EL23. It has also a built-in GPS localization system, 19 scenes mode, a panoramic 360°/180° simplified mode, a 3D view mode, an automatic HDR mode, NFC and a WiFi connection with WPA2 security access, an high-speed continuous shooting and 1 Full HD video (1080p) in stereo and a EXPEED C2 processor.
It is available in purple, red or black for $499 (March 2015).

In January 2015, Nikon introduced four "new" cameras at CES :

Nikon Coolpix S3700


coolpix S3700

Nikon Coolpix S2900


coolpix S2900

Nikon Coolpix L31


coolpix L31


Nikon Coolpix L32


coolpix L32


The Coolpix S3700 replaces the S3600,
Like the S3600, it has a CCD sensor 1/2.3" (6.17 x 4.55 mm) of 21 million pixels, optical zoom 8 x 4.5-36 mm f/3.7-6.6 optically stabilized -6.6 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 25-200 mm) with 8 lenses in 7 groups, a 2,7" rear LCD screen of 230,000 pixels. a sensitivity of 80 to 1600 ISO, expandable to 3200 ISO. a 360°/180° panorama mode.
Compared to the S3600, it integrates WiFi and NFC modules that allow to share photos and videos, by simple contact with an NFC-enabled smartphone or tablet, or by Wi-FI through a dedicated control button for instant sharing. It is powered by a Li-ion Battery EN-EL19 rechargeable battery. It has also a 720p video mode, editing and EXPEED C2 processor mode.
It is available in five colors: blue, black, red, silver or turquoise with patterns for $129 (February 2015) .

The Coolpix S2900 replaces the S2800,
Like the S2800, it has a CCD sensor 1/2.3" (6.17 x 4.55 mm) of 21 megapixels, a 5x optical zoom optically stabilized from 4.6 to 23 mm / 3.2-6.5 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 26-130 mm) with 6 lenses in 5 groups, a 2,7" rear LCD screen of 230,000 pixels. It is powered by a Li-ion Battery EN-EL19 rechargeable battery. It also has 720p video mode editing and an EXPEED C2 processor.
It is available in four colors: black, red, silver or purple with patterns for $99 (February 2015).

The Coolpix L32 replaces the L30,
Like the L32, it has a CCD 1/2.3" sensor (6.17 x 4.55 mm) of 20.48 megapixels, 5x optical zoom with Electronic Stabilization 4.6-23 mm f3.2-6.5 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 26-130 mm) 6 lenses in 5 groups, complemented by a 4x digital zoom, a 3" rear LCD with 230,000 pixels with 5 levels of brightness adjustment, it is powered by two AA batteries or EN-MH2 rechargeable battery. It has also 720p video, 18 scene modes, an EXPEED C2 processor, fun effects filters and Smart Portrait System with smile detector and selector function and make open eyes.
It is available in silver, black or red for $89 (February 2015).

The Coolpix L31 replaces the L29,
Like the L29, it has a CCD 1/2.3" sensor (6.17 x 4.55 mm) of 16.4 megapixels, 5x optical zoom with Electronic Stabilization 4.6-23 mm f3.2-6.5 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 26-130 mm) 6 lenses in 5 groups, complemented by a 4x digital zoom, a 2,7" rear LCD with 230,000 pixels with 5 levels of brightness control groups, it is powered by two AA batteries or EN-MH2 rechargeable battery. It has also 720p video, 18 scene modes, an EXPEED C2 processor, a Smart Portrait System with smile detector.
It is available in black, silver red or purple for $69 (February 2015).


For the Photokina 2014 Nikon presents a new model oriented Selfie , the Coolpix S6900 that replaces the S6600.

Nikon Coolpix S6900


coolpix S6900

It keeps the same 1/2.3" (6.17 x 4. 55 mm)CMOS sensor of 16 effective millions pixels, the same 12x optical zoom 4.5-54 mm f/3.3-6.3 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 25-300 mm) with 9 elements in 7 groups (1 ED glass element) with optical stabilization and 4x digital zoom.
Internal memory increases from 25 MB to 30 MB and the touch sensitive monitor increases from 6.7 to 7 cm (3") with 460,000 pixels.
The S6900 allows Full HD video (1080/30P) in stereo, It has NFC and a WiFi connection with WPA2 security access, scene and edit modes, an EXPEED C2 image processor and is powered by a Li-ion EN-EL19 rechargeable battery.
The S6900 has three original points: an inbuilt camera stand to facilitate individual self-portraits, a trigger on the front plate and a new Gesture Control to trigger certain operations, including the shutter release by waving hands for example.
It is available in black, white or pink for $350 (October 2014).


In Spring 2014, Nikon introduced seven new cameras in February at CSP+ and Coolpix S810c in April:

Nikon Coolpix S810c


coolpix S810c


Nikon Coolpix S32


coolpix S32

Nikon Coolpix AW120


coolpix AW120

balise géodésique du coolpix AW120


balise géodésique du coolpix AW120

world map of coolpix AW120


world map of coolpix AW120

The Coolpix S810c replaces the S800c. It is powered by Android™ 4.2.2 Jelly Bean and keep all the capabilities of an Android™ smart device and Wi-Fi connectivity that allow to edit, style and share photos or video easier and faster. It is also a camera with It has a 1/2.3" CMOS sensor with 16 million pixels, optical zoom 12 x with electronic and Lens-shift stabilizations 4.5-54mm f/3.3-6.3 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 25-300 mm) and 9 elements in 7 groups. It is complemented by a 4x digital zoom. It has Ian internal memory of 4 GB expandable by a micro SD card to 16GB, a large 3.7" OLED touch screen of 1,229,000 dots with anti-reflecting treatment. It has 1.4 Gb of internal memory, Full HD video (1080p) in stereo, 17 scenes modes, HDR function, horizontal and vertical panorama mode, GPS module, EXPEED C2 images engine, In-Camera image editing functions and is powered by an EN-EL23 Rechargeable Li-ion Battery.
It is available in black or white for $349.95 (April 2014).

The Coolpix S32 replaces the S31 with as only differences a small sensor CCD 1/3"(4.8 x 3.6 mm) passing from a 10 million pixels CCD to 13.2 megapixel CMOS, a waterproof passing from 3 m to 10 m. Otherwise it is identical with the same 3x optical zoom 4.1-12.3 mm f/3.3-5.9 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 29.1-87.3 mm) with electronic stabilization complemented by a 4x digital zoom, a 2.7" LCD screen rear of 230 000 pixels, it is powered by two AA batteries. This camera is also shockproof. This remains a dedicated camera for the whole family and children with large buttons, integrated filters and clear menus with colored icons.
It is available in blue, pink, yellow or white for $129.95 (February 2014).

The Coolpix AW12O, waterproof digital compact, replaces the AW110, with as main differences a 5x stabilized zoom brighter with wide-angle from 4.28 to 16.6 mm f/2.8-4.9 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 24-120 mm) with 12 elements in 10 groups and 2 ED glass elements, a screen of 7.5 cm (3 inches) passing from 614 000 dots to 921 000 dots and an improved GPS and GLONASS integrated for saving the exact location (longitude and latitude) of shooting as a "geodesic tag."
It keeps the same sensor 1/2.3" 16-MP CMOS backlit sensor, the same design, an video Full HD movies mode (1080p). It is a protected from shocks, waterproof until 50ft, resistant to falls now from 65ft or -10° Celsius.
It is available in four colors: orange, black, blue and camouflage, its retail price is $349.95 (February 2014).




Nikon Coolpix P340


coolpix P340

Nikon Coolpix P530


coolpix P530


Nikon Coolpix P600


coolpix P600




Nikon Coolpix S9600


coolpix S9600

Nikon Coolpix S9700



coolpix S9700

The Coolpix P340 replaces the P330, ii keeps the same CMOS sensor 1/1.7" of 12.2 million pixels, optical zoom 5 x 5.1-25.5 mm f/1.8-5.6 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 24-120 mm) with 7 elements in 6 groups, with optical stabilization and 2x digital zoom, an built-in GPS module, an 3" ACL screen of 921.000 pixels with anti-reflecting treatment, a refillable Li-ion battery EN-EL12. It has also several modes including panoramA, 3D and Full HD video (1080p) in stereo.
It adds a versatile lens ring which provides direct access to functions without going through the menus and multitask processor that allows you to take your second shot while the first image is being processed.
It is available in white or black for $379.95 (February 2014).

The Coolpix P530 replaces the P520 and is similar : it keeps a 1/2.3"(6.17 x 4.55 mm) back-illuminated CMOS sensor of 18.1 megapixels, a 42 x optical zoom 4.3-180 mm f/3-5.9 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 24-1000 mm) with optical stabilization complemented by a 2x digital zoom, a 3.2" LCD rear screen of 921,000 pixels with visibility from all angles, anti-glare treatment and five levels of brightness, it is powered by a rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN-EL5. It has also a built-in GPS localization system, a panoramic 360°/180° simplified mode, a 3D view mode, an automatic HDR mode, an high-speed continuous shooting and 19 scenes mode, Full HD video (1080p) in stereo and a EXPEED C2 processor.
It is available in white or black for $449.95 (February 2014).

the Coolpix P600 is the top of Nikon bridges, it has a 1/2.3"(6.17 x 4.55 mm) back-illuminated CMOS sensor of 16.67 megapixels, a 60 x optical zoom 4,3-258 mm f/3.3-6.5 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 24-1440 mm) with 16 elements in 11 groups (4 ED glass elements and 1 in Super ED glass element) with optical stabilization and 4x digital zoom, a 3.2" LCD rear screen of 921,000 pixels with visibility from all angles, anti-glare treatment and five levels of brightness, It has also a built-in GPS localization system, 19 scenes mode, a panoramic 360°/180° simplified mode, a 3D view mode, an automatic HDR mode, optional Wi-Fi module (WU-1a), an high-speed continuous shooting and 1 Full HD video (1080p) in stereo and a EXPEED C2 processor.
It is available in white, red or black for $429 (February 2014).

The Coolpix S9600 replaces the S9500 with the same compact body, it has a 1/2.3"(6.17 x 4.55 mm) back-illuminated CMOS sensor of 18 million pixels, a 22x optical zoom, optically and electronically stabilized from 4.5-99 mm f/3.4-6.3 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 25-550 mm) with 12 Lens in 10 groups (and one ED glass element) complemented by a 4x digital zoom, a 3" LCD OLED rear screen of 430 000 pixels with anti-reflective coating and visibility from all angles. by a rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN-EL12 and has also Full HD video (1080p) mode, an Auto HDR mode, a 3D mode and EXPEED C2 processor. It has a GPS system, electronic compass and integrated Wi-Fi.
The S9600 is available in white, black or red for $299 (February 2014).

The Coolpix S9700 has a 1/2.3"(6.17 x 4.55 mm) back-illuminated CMOS sensor of 18 million pixels, a 30x optical zoom, optically and electronically stabilized from 4.5-135 mm f/3.7-6.4 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 25-750 mm) with 13 Lens in 11 groups (and 3 ED glass element) complemented by a 4x digital zoom, a 3.2" LCD OLED rear screen of 921 000 pixels with anti-reflective coating and visibility from all angles. by a rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN-EL12 and has also Full HD video (1080p) mode, an Auto HDR mode, a 3D mode and EXPEED C2 processor. It has a GPS system, electronic compass and integrated Wi-Fi.
The S9600 is available in white, black or red for $349 (February 2014).

In January 2014, Nikon introduced nine new cameras at CES :

Nikon Coolpix L830


coolpix L830

Nikon Coolpix L330


coolpix L330


Nikon Coolpix L30


coolpix L30


Nikon Coolpix L29


coolpix L29


The Coolpix L830 replaces the L820. It has a 1/2.3" back-illuminated CMOS sensor (6.17 x 4.55 mm) of 16.79 megapixels, a 34x optical zoom stabilized electronically and optically 4-136 mm f/3-5.9 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 22.5-765 mm) with 12 elements in 9 groups (2 ED glass elements), complemented by a 4x digital zoom, an adjustable 3" rear LCD screen of 921,000 pixels, it is powered by four AA batteries. It supports Eye-Fi X2 cards for wireless transfer. It also has Full HD (1080p) video, 18 scene modes and an EXPEED C2 processor.
It is available in purple, red or black for $230 (February 2014).

The Coolpix L330 replaces the L320.
It has a CCD 1/2.3" sensor (6.17 x 4.55 mm) of 21 million pixels, a 26x optical zoom optically stabilized 4-104 mm f/3.1-5.9 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 22.5-585 mm) with 12 elements in 9 groups (1 ED glass) complemented by a 4x digital zoom, a 3" rear LCD screen of 460,000 pixels, it is powered by four AA batteries.
It is available in black for $179 (February 2014).

The Coolpix L30 replaces and is almost identical to the A28.
It has a CCD 1/2.3" sensor (6.17 x 4.55 mm) of 20.48 megapixels, 5x optical zoom with Electronic Stabilization 4.6-23 mm f3.2-6.5 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 26-130 mm) 6 lenses in 5 groups, complemented by a 4x digital zoom, a 3" rear LCD with 230,000 pixels with 5 levels of brightness adjustment, it is powered by two AA batteries. It has also 720p video, 18 scene modes, an EXPEED C2 processor, fun effects filters and Smart Portrait System with smile detector and selector function and make open eyes.
It is available in black or red for $89 (February 2014).

The Coolpix L29 replaces and is almost identical to L27.
It has a CCD 1/2.3" sensor (6.17 x 4.55 mm) of 16.4 megapixels, 5x optical zoom with Electronic Stabilization 4.6-23 mm f3.2-6.5 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 26-130 mm) 6 lenses in 5 groups, complemented by a 4x digital zoom, a 2,7" rear LCD with 230,000 pixels with 5 levels of brightness control groups, it is powered by two AA batteries. It has also 720p video, 18 scene modes, an EXPEED C2 processor, a Smart Portrait System with smile detector.
It is available in black, red or purple for $69 (February 2014).

Nikon Coolpix S2800


coolpix S2800

Nikon Coolpix S3600


coolpix S3600

Nikon Coolpix S5300


coolpix S5300

Nikon Coolpix S6700


coolpix S6700

Nikon Coolpix S6800


coolpix S6800

The Coolpix S2800 is an entry-level model, it has a CCD sensor 1/2.3" (6.17 x 4.55 mm) of 21 megapixels, a 5x optical zoom optically stabilized from 4.6 to 23 mm / 3.2-6.5 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 26-130 mm) with 6 lenses in 5 groups, a 2,7" rear LCD screen of 230,000 pixels. It is powered by a Li-ion Battery EN-EL19 rechargeable battery. It also has 720p video mode editing and an EXPEED C2 processor.
It is available in four colors: black, red, purple or light pink for $99 (February 2014).

Le Coolpix S3600 replaces the best-selling and entry-level S3200, it has a CCD sensor 1/2.3" (6.17 x 4.55 mm) of 21 million pixels, optical zoom 8 x 4.5-36 mm f/3.7-6.6 optically stabilized -6.6 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 25-200 mm) with 8 lenses in 7 groups, a 2,7" rear LCD screen of 230,000 pixels. It is powered by a Li-ion Battery EN-EL19 rechargeable battery. It has also a 720p video mode, editing and EXPEED C2 processor mode.
It is available in five colors: blue, black, red, purple or light pink for $129 (February 2012) .

The Coolpix S5300 replaces the S5200. It has a CMOS 1/2.3" sensor (6.17 x 4.55 mm) of 16 million pixel, a 8x Zoom optically and electronically stabilized for photo and electronically stabilized for video 4.5-36 mm f/3.7-6.6 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 25-200 mm) with 8 elements in 7 groups, an integrated EXPEED 2 processor WiFi, video recording Full HD (1080p) mode, a 3" monitor (230,000 pixels) with anti-glare treatment and five levels of brightness adjustment, and the possibility of extending the sensitivity up to 32,000 ISO at full resolution. It is powered by a Li-ion Battery EN-EL19 rechargeable battery.
It is available in black or plum for $169 (February 2014).

The Coolpix S6700, not to be confused with the Fujifilm S6700, has a CMOS sensor 1/2,3" (6.17 x 4.55 mm) of 20.48 million effective pixels, a 10x optical zoom 4.5-45.0 mm f/3.5-6.5 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 25-250 mm) with 10 elements in 9 groups with optical stabilization. The zoom can be complemented by a 4x digital zoom, a swivel 2,7" screen of 430 000 pixels with an anti-reflective treatment. It allows 720/30p video face stereo sound. It has an EXPEED C2 processor and is powered by a Li-ion Battery EN-EL19 rechargeable battery.
It is available in black or red for $149 (February 2014).

The Coolpix S6800 has a CMOS 1/2.3" sensor (6.17 x 4.55 mm) of 16.76 million effective pixels, an 12x optical zoom 4.5-54 mm f/3.3-6.3 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 25-300 mm) with 9 elements in 7 groups (1 ED glass lens) and optical stabilization. The zoom can be complemented by a 4x digital zoom, a swivel 2,7" screen of 430 000 pixels with an anti-reflective treatment. It allows Full HD 1080/30p face stereo sound, it has a WiFi connection with WPA2 access, scene modes, an EXPEED C2 image processor and is powered by a Li-ion Battery EN-EL19 rechargeable battery.
It is available in black or red for $220 (February 2014).


Nikon Coolpix S3200


coolpix S3200

Nikon Coolpix S3400


coolpix S3400


Nikon Coolpix S4200


coolpix S4200

Nikon Coolpix S4400


coolpix S4400

The Coolpix S3200 has a 1/2.3" CCD sensor (6.17 x 4.55 mm) of 16.44 megapixels, a zoom 6 x 4.6-27.6 mm f/3.5-6.5 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 26-156 mm). This zoom can be complemented by a 4x digital zoom, It has a 2,7" LCD rear of 230,000 pixels. It allows video HD 1280x720p/30fps, has a EXPEED C2 processor and is powered by a Li-ion Battery EN-EL19 rechargeable battery.
It is available in black, red, blue or silver for $100 (January 2014).

The Coolpix S3400 has a 1/2.3" CCD sensor (6.17 x 4.55 mm) of 20.1 megapixels, a zoom 7 x 4.7-32.9 mm electronically stabilized f/3.4-6.4 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 26-182 mm). This zoom can be complemented by a 4x digital zoom, It has a 2,7" LCD rear of 230,000 pixels. It allows video HD 1280x720p/30fps, has a touch mode, a EXPEED C2 processor and is powered by a Li-ion Battery EN-EL19 rechargeable battery.
It is available in black, red or silver for $110 (January 2014).

The Coolpix S4200 has a 1/2.3" CCD sensor (6.17 x 4.55 mm) of 16.44 megapixels, a zoom 6 x 4.6-27.6 mm electronically stabilized f/3.5-6.5 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 26-156 mm). This zoom can be complemented by a 4x digital zoom, It has a 3" rear LCD of 230,000 pixels. It allows video HD 1280x720p/30fps, has a EXPEED C2 processor and is powered by a Li-ion Battery EN-EL19 rechargeable battery.
It is available in black, red, purple or silver for $110 (January 2014).

The Coolpix S4400 has a 1/2.3" CCD sensor (6.17 x 4.55 mm) of 20.1 megapixels, zoom optically stabilized 6 x 4.6-27.6 mm f/3.5-6.5 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 26-156 mm). This zoom can be complemented by a 4x digital zoom, It has a 3" rear LCD of 460,000 pixels. It allows video HD 1280x720p/30fps, has special effects modes and creative filters, an EXPEED C2 processor and is powered by a Li-ion Battery EN-EL19 rechargeable battery.
It is available in black, red, purple or silver for $120 (January 2014).





Nikon Coolpix P7800 with LD-100 light


Nikon Coolpix P7800 with LD-100 light




Nikon Coolpix P7800


Nikon Coolpix P7800

Nikon Coolpix S02


Nikon Coolpix S02

In September 2013, Nikon introduced two new cameras:

The Coolpix P7800 replaces the P7700. It has the same 1/1.7" CMOS sensor with 12,2 million pixels, the same large aperture optical zoom 7.1 x with Lens-shift stabilization 6.0-42.8mm f/2-4 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 28-200 mm) and 13 elements in 10 groups including an ED glass. It is complemented by a 4x digital zoom. It has a brighter and low-power RGBW 3" ACL screen of 910 000 pixels always switchable with anti-reflecting treatment. It has also Full HD video (1080p) in stereo, 19 scenes modes, complete PSAM control, RAW shooting, a EXPEED C2 processor and is powered by an EN-EL14 Rechargeable Li-ion Battery.
The main difference is a built-in electronic viewfinder of 910 000 pixels which allow better visibility in sunny environment and is more precise than optical viewfinder. It can also receive optional WU-1A wireless module to exchange data and images with IOS or Android smartphones.
It is available in black for $550 (September 2013).

Nikon reveals also the LD-1000 LED movie light for Coolpix and System 1 cameras. It has a removable bracket, a continuous lighting, a diffusion panel and is available in black or white for $100 (September 2013).

The Coolpix S02 replaces the S01. It keeps the same design and is smallest than a credit card. It has a new 1/3.1" CMOS sensor with 13.12 million pixels, the same optical zoom 3 x 4.1-12.3 mm /3.3-5.9 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 30-90 mm) with electronic VR and 6 elements in 5 groups complemented by a 4x digital zoom. It has a 2,7" ACL screen of 230 000 pixels with touch screen control and anti- reflection coating. It has also Full HD 1080p movie recording with stereo sound and HDMI connectivity, several scenes modes, an HDR mode, In-Camera image editing functions, an EXPEED C2 image-processing engine and it is powered by an built-in, non-removable Li-ion Battery.
It is available in silver, white, blue or pink for $180 (September 13).



Nikon Coolpix L620


coolpix L620


Nikon Coolpix S6600


coolpix S6600

Nikon SB-300 Speedlight


SB-300 Speedlight

In August 2013, Nikon introduced two new cameras:

The Coolpix L620 replaces the L610. it has a 1/2.3" (6.17 x 4. 55 mm) CMOS backlit sensor of 18.91 million pixels, a 14x optical zoom 4.5-63 mm f/3.3-5.9 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 25-350 mm) with 11 elements in 10 groups (2 ED glass elements) with optical stabilization and 2x digital zoom, an 3" ACL screen of 430.000 pixels , it allows Full HD 1080/60i, has a mode to combine several photos to get better by combining multiple shots into a single image, a Target Finding AF mode, an Easy Auto mode, with which the camera automatically identifies the scene and shooting conditions ... an EXPEED C2 processor and is powered by two AA batteries.
It is available in red or black for $250 (August 2013).

The Coolpix S6600 replaces the S6500. it has a 1/2.3" (6.17 x 4. 55 mm)CMOS sensor of 16 effective millions pixels, a 12x optical zoom 4.5-54 mm f/3.3-6.3 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 25-300 mm) with 9 elements in 7 groups (1 ED glass element) with optical stabilization and 4x digital zoom, a side-hinged vari-angle monitor 6.7 inches 430,000 pixels with anti-reflective coating. It has a control function that allows with a simple hand gesture, to control various functions like shutter speed, shutter, video recording, zoom etc. It allows Full HD video (1080/30P) in stereo, has WiFi connection with WPA2 security access, scene modes and edict,It has a WiFi avec sécurité d'accès WPA2, sense and edit modes, an EXPEED C2 image processor and powered by a Li-ion EN-EL19 rechargeable battery.
It is available in black, red, pink, purple or white for $200 (August 2013).

Nikon also introduced the SB-300 which seems to be an adaptation of the SB-N7 speedlight with same guide number and dimensions identical: 18 (35 mm, ISO 100 in meters) but with a Nikon iso hotshot. It is compatible DX and FX but does not support CLS functions (Nikon Creative Lighting System) and it is proposed to $129 (August 2013).

Nikon Coolpix A with DF-CP1 optical viewfinder


coolpix A with DF-CP1 optical viewfinder



Nikon Coolpix P330


coolpix P330

In March 2013, Nikon presents its first camera with a DX sensor : the Coolpix A and another coolpix for enthusiasms.

The Coolpix A is clearly proposed as a second camera for DSLR users. It has a 16MP APS-C CMOS sensor (4928 x 3264) with no optical low-pass filter. The micro lenses network of this sensor is designed to work with the lens of 18.5 mm f/2.8 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 28 mm) with 7 elements, one aspherical, arranged in 5 groups, this 18.5mm f/2.8 lens is AF with a manual focus ring.
Coolpix A has also a Full video mode 1080p at 24, 25 or 30 frames per second and save them in the MPEG4 format with H.264 compression, an 3" TFT LCD monitor of 921.000 pixels, and iso range of 100-6400 (expendable to 12,800 or 25,600), built-in flash, P, S, A, M and 21 more scene modes, and hot-shoe for external flash or optional DF-CP1 optical viewfinder, a refillable Li-ion battery EN-EL20. It accepts an UR-E24 adapter ring for attaching lens hoods and filters and also GP-1 GPS or WU-1a Wireless Mobile optional modules.
It is available in black or titanium for $1100 and $450 for the DF-CP1 optical viewfinder (March 2013).

The Coolpix P330 replaces the P310, It has a CMOS sensor 1/1.7" of 12.2 million pixels, optical zoom 5 x 5.1-25.5 mm f/1.8-5.6 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 24-120 mm) with 7 elements in 6 groups, with optical stabilization and 2x digital zoom, an built-in GPS module, an 3" ACL screen of 921.000 pixels with anti-reflecting treatment, a refillable Li-ion battery EN-EL12. It has also several modes including panoramA, 3D and Full HD video (1080p) in stereo.
It is available in white or black for $380 (March 2013).

In February 2013, Nikon presents ten updated models at CP + (Camera & Photo Imaging Show, ex-Japan Camera Show) :




Nikon Coolpix S3500


coolpix S3500




Nikon Coolpix S31


coolpix S31




Nikon Coolpix AW110


coolpix AW110



Nikon Coolpix L27


coolpix L27



Nikon Coolpix L28


coolpix L22

The Coolpix S3500 replaces the best-seller S3300, it has a CCD sensor of 1/2.3" (6.17 x 4.55 mm) 20.48 megapixels, optical zoom 7x optically stabilized 4.7-32.9 mm f/3.4-6.4 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 26-182 mm) with 8 elements in 8 groups and an ED lens, rear LCD screen 6.7 inches 230,000 pixels with anti-reflective coating, a Smart Portrait System with smile detection and glamor retouching option, it is powered by a rechargeable Li-ion battery EN-EL19. it also has 720p video, 18 scene modes and an EXPEED C2 processor.
It is available in Europa in eight colors: blue, silver, black, red, orange, purple, pink or light pink for $199 (February 2012).

The Coolpix S31 replaces the S30. The design is slightly different but the inside of camera remains the same: always the small CCD 1/3"(4.8 x 3.6 mm) of 10.1 million pixels, 3x optical zoom 4.1-12.3 mm f/3.3-5.9 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 29.1-87.3 mm) with electronic stabilization complemented by a 4x digital zoom, a 2.7" LCD screen rear of 230 000 pixels, it is powered by two AA batteries. This camera is waterproof until 3m and shockproof. This remains a dedicated camera for the whole family and children with large buttons, integrated filters and clear menus with colored icons.
It is available in blue, pink, yellow, black or white for $99 (February 2013).

The Coolpix AW110 replaces the AW100, waterproof digital compact and keeps the same design. It has a stabilized 5x zoom 5-25 mm f3.9-4.8 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 28-140 mm ) with 11 elements in 9 groups and 2 ED glass element, a 1/2.3" 16-MP CMOS backlit sensor for shooting and Full HD movies (1080p). It is a protected from shocks, waterproof until 50ft, resistant to falls from 5ft or -10 ° C.
It keeps an electronic compass, a GPS tagging and mapping global integrated in the camera and adds an new altimeter/gauge and WiFi, it can take 3D pictures and panoramas. It has 3" rear screen of 614,000 points and a control active mode to use the camera with one hand.
It is available in four colors: orange, black and camouflage and blue, its retail price is $329 (February 2013).

The Coolpix L27 replaces the L25, it has a 1/2.3" (6.17 x 4.55 mm) CCD sensor of 16.4 megapixels, a 5x optical zoom with electronic stabilization 4.6-23 mm f3.2-6.5 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 26-130 mm) with 6 lenses in 5 groups, complemented by a 4x digital zoom, a LCD 2.7" rear screen of 230 000 pixels, it is powered by two AA batteries. It has also 720p video, 18 scene modes, EXPEED C2 processor, a Smart Portrait System with smile detector and eyes open selector . < BR> It is available in red, silver, white or black or purple with drawings for $69 (February 2013).

The Coolpix L28 replaces the L26, it has a 1/2.3 "(6.17 x 4.55 mm) CCD sensor of 20.48 megapixels, a 5x optical zoom with electronic stabilization 4.6-23 mm f3.2-6.5 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 26-130 mm) with 6 lenses in 5 groups, complemented by a 4x digital zoom, a 3" LCD rear screen of 230,000 pixels, it is powered by two AA batteries. It has also 720p video, 18 scene modes, a processor EXPEED C2 and Smart Portrait System with smile detection and function selector eyes open and makeup.
It is available in red, white, pink or black for $89 (February 2013).




Nikon Coolpix S9400


coolpix S9400


Nikon Coolpix S9500


coolpix S9500


Nikon Coolpix S5200


coolpix S5200

Nikon Coolpix P520


coolpix P520



Nikon Coolpix L820


coolpix L820

The Coolpix S9400 replaces the P9200 with the same ultra-thin body, it has a 1/2.3"(6.17 x 4.55 mm) back-illuminated CMOS sensor of 18 million pixels, a 18x optical zoom, optically and electronically stabilized from 4.5 to 81 mm f/3.5-5.9 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 25-450 mm) complemented by a zoom 4x digital zoom, a 3" LCD OLED rear screen of 614 000 pixels with anti-reflective coating and visibility from all angles. It has also Full HD video (1080p), a 3D mode and EXPEED C2 processor. It is powered by Li-ion Battery EN-EL12.
The S9400 is available in red, silver, black or white for $249 (February 2013).

The Coolpix S9500 replaces the P9300, it has a 1/2.3"(6.17 x 4.55 mm) back-illuminated CMOS sensor of 18 million pixels, a 22x optical zoom, optically and electronically stabilized from 4.5 to 99 mm f/3.4-6.3 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 25-550 mm) with 12 Lens in 10 groups (and one ED glass element) complemented by a 4x digital zoom, a 3" LCD OLED rear screen of 614 000 pixels with anti-reflective coating and visibility from all angles. It has also Full HD video (1080p) mode, an Auto HDR mode, a 3D mode and EXPEED C2 processor. It has a GPS system, electronic compass and integrated Wi-Fi.
The S9500 is available in bronze, silver, black or red for $299 (February 2013).

The Coolpix S5200 replaces the S5200. It has a 1/2.3"(6.17 x 4.55 mm) CMOS sensor of 16 million pixel,an optically stabilized 6x zoom from 4.6 to 27.6 mm f/3.5-6.5 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 26-156 mm), a processor EXPEED 2, a Full HD video (1080p) mode, a 3" rear screen of 460 000 pixels with anti-glare treatment and five levels of brightness adjustment and sensitivity up to ISO 32,000 at full resolution.
It is available in silver, red, blue, black or purple for $179 (February 2013).

The Coolpix P520 replaces the P510, it has a 1/2.3"(6.17 x 4.55 mm) back-illuminated CMOS sensor of 18.1 megapixels, a 42 x optical zoom 4.3-180 mm f/3-5.9 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 24-1000 mm) with optical stabilization complemented by a 2x digital zoom, a 3.2" LCD rear screen of 921,000 pixels with visibility from all angles, anti-glare treatment and five levels of brightness, it is powered by a rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN-EL5. It has also a built-in GPS localization system, a panoramic 360°/180° simplified mode, a 3D view mode, an automatic HDR mode, an high-speed continuous shooting and 19 scenes mode, Full HD video (1080p) in stereo and a EXPEED C2 processor.
It is available in white or black for $399 (February 2013).

The Coolpix L820 replaces the L810, it has a 1/2.3 "(6.17 x 4.55 mm )back-illuminated CMOS sensor of 16.1 million pixels, a 26x optical zoom optically stabilized electronically 4-104 mm f/3-5.8 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 22.5 to 585 mm) complemented by a 4x digital zoom, a 3" LCD rear screen of 921,000 pixels, it is powered by four AA batteries. It accepts Eye-Fi X2 SSD card for wireless transfer. It has also Full HD video (1080p), 19 scene modes and a processor EXPEED C2.
It is available in purple, red, blue or black for $229 (February 2013).



Nikon Coolpix L310


coolpix L310



Nikon Coolpix L320 for left-handler


coolpix L320 for left-handler




Nikon Coolpix S2700


coolpix S2700




Nikon Coolpix S6500


coolpix S6500

in January 2013 at CES, Nikon introduces two new models:
:
The Coolpix S2700 replaces the 2600. It has has a 1/2.3" CMOS sensor (6.17 x 4.55 mm) with 16 million pixels, optical zoom 6x 4.6 to 27.6 mm (equivalent in 35mm terms: 26-156 mm) without stabilization, 5 lenses in 5 groups, complemented by a 4x digital zoom, , a rear screen 2.7 " of 230 000 pixels, It enables 720p HD video, 18 scene modes, an EXPEED C2 image processor and is powered by a rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN-EL19.
It is available in blue, purple, red, silver or black with patterns in pink or purple for $99 (January 2013).

The Coolpix S6500 replaces the S6400. it has the same 1/2.3" CMOS sensor (6.17 x 4.55 mm) with 16 million pixels, the same 12 x optical zoom f/3.1-6.5 stabilized from 4.5 to 54 mm (equivalent in 35mm terms: 25-300 mm) complemented by a 4x digital zoom, 8 elements in 8 groups but replaces the touch rear screen of S6400 by the standard 7.5 cm (3") rear screen of 460 000 points of S6300. It has an integrated Wi-Fi module to transfer photos, Auto HDR mode, a mode Easy Panorama 360/180 ° and a Li-ion Battery EN-EL19. It also has full HD video (1080p), 19 scene modes and an EXPEED C2 processor.
It is available in six colors: black, red, silver, orange, white or purple for $200 (January 2013).

At the end of 2012, The Coolpix L310 has a 1/2.3" CCD sensor (6.17 x 4.55 mm) with 14,48 million pixels, a 21x optical zoom with electronic stabilization 4.5-94.5 mm f/3.1-5.8 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 25-525 mm) complemented by a 4x digital zoom, a rear screen 3" of 230 000 pixels and it is powered by four AA batteries.
It is available in black for $179 (September 2012).

Another camera, the Coolpix L320 is similar but it has a 1/2.3" CMOS sensor (6.17 x 4.55 mm) with 16,1 million pixels and a 26x optical zoom with electronic stabilization 4-104 mm f3.1-5.9 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 22.5-585 mm). A model for left-handler is available.
It is available in black for $109 (September 2012).

In August 2012, Nikon presents five models:






Nikon Coolpix L610


coolpix L610



Nikon Coolpix P7700


coolpix P7700




Nikon Coolpix S6400


coolpix S6400



Nikon Coolpix S800c


coolpix S800c









Nikon Coolpix S01


coolpix S01

The Coolpix L610 has a 1/2.3" CMOS sensor (6.17 x 4.55 mm) with 16 million pixels, optical zoom 14x with Lens-shift stabilization 4.5-63 mm f/3.3-5.7 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 25-350 mm) and 11 elements in 10 groups including an ED glass. It is complemented by a 2x digital zoom, an 3" ACL screen of 460 000 pixels with anti-reflecting treatment. It has also Full HD video (1080p) in stereo, a 3D view mode, 19 scenes modes, a EXPEED C2 processor and is powered by 2 AA-size batteries.
It is available in red, silver or black for $250 (August 2012).

The Coolpix P7700 replaces the P7100. It has a 1/1.7" CMOS sensor with 12,2 million pixels, a large aperture optical zoom 7.1 x with Lens-shift stabilization 6.0-42.8mm f/2-4 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 28-200 mm) and 13 elements in 10 groups including an ED glass. It is complemented by a 4x digital zoom. It has any optical viewfinder but a switchable 3" ACL screen of 910 000 pixels with anti-reflecting treatment. It has also Full HD video (1080p) in stereo, 19 scenes modes, complete PSAM control, RAW shooting, a EXPEED C2 processor and is powered by an EN-EL14 Rechargeable Li-ion Battery.
It is available in black for $500 (August 2012).

The Coolpix S6400 replaces the S6300, It has a same Backside Illuminated (BSI) CMOS sensor 1/2.3" (6.17 x 4.55 mm) of 16 million pixels, but an optical zoom 12 x shift stabilization 4,5-54 mm f/3.1-6.5 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 25-300 mm) complemented by a 4x digital zoom and 8 elements in 8 groups, an 3" ACL screen of 460.000 pixels with anti-reflecting treatment et a refillable Li-ion battery EN-EL19. It has also Full HD video (1080p), 21 scenes mode and an EXPEED C2 processor.
It is available in four colors: red, silver, blue or purple for $250 (August 2012).

The Coolpix S800c is the first coolpix powered by Android ™. It has all the capabilities of an Android™ smart device and Wi-Fi connectivity that allow to edit, style and share photos or video easier and faster. It is also a camera with It has a 1/2.3" CMOS sensor with 16 million pixels, optical zoom 10 x with electronic and Lens-shift stabilizations 4.5-45mm f/3.2-5.8 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 25-250 mm) and 8 elements in 8 groups. It is complemented by a 4x digital zoom. It has 3.5" OLED touch screen of 819 000 pixels with anti-reflecting treatment. It has 1.7 Gb of internal memory, Full HD video (1080p) in stereo, 17 scenes modes, HDR function, horizontal and vertical panorama mode, In-Camera image editing functions, an EXPEED C2 processor and is powered by an EN-EL12 Rechargeable Li-ion Battery.
It is available in black or white for $350 (August 2012).

The Coolpix S01 is the smallest Coolpix camera ever produced. It has a 1/3" CMOS sensor with 10.34 million pixels, an optical zoom 3 x 4.1-12.3 mm /3.3-5.9 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 29-87 mm) with electronic VR and 6 elements in 5 groups complemented by a 4x digital zoom. It has a 2,5" ACL screen of 230 000 pixels with anti-reflecting treatment. It has also HD video (720c), 7 scenes modes, In-Camera image editing functions and is powered by an built-in, non-removable Li-ion Battery.
It is available in silver, white, red or pink for $180 (August 2012).

In Spring 2012, Nikon presents eleven models:




Nikon Coolpix P310


coolpix P310

Nikon Coolpix P510


coolpix P510


Nikon Coolpix L810


coolpix L810


Nikon Coolpix L25


coolpix L25


Nikon Coolpix L26


coolpix L26

The Coolpix P310 replaces the P300, It has a Backside Illuminated (BSI) CMOS sensor 1/2.3" (6.17 x 4.55 mm) of 16,1 million pixels, optical zoom 4,2 x 4,3-17,9 mm f/1.8-4.9 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 24-100 mm) with optical stabilization, an 3" ACL screen of 921.000 pixels with anti-reflecting treatment, a refillable Li-ion battery EN-EL12. It has also a panoramic 360°/180° simplified mode, 3D view mode and high-speed continuous shooting, Full HD video (1080p) in stereo and a EXPEED C2 processor.
It is available in white or black for $330 (February 2012).

The Coolpix P510 replaces the P500, It has a Backside Illuminated (BSI) CMOS sensor 1/2.3" (6.17 x 4.55 mm) of 16,1 million pixels, optical zoom 42 x 4,3-180 mm f/3-5.9 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 24-1000 mm) with optical stabilization complemented by a 2x digital zoom, an 3" ACL screen of 921.000 pixels with anti-reflecting treatment, a refillable Li-ion battery EN-EL5. It has also a built-in GPS localization system, a panoramic 360°/180° simplified mode, a 3D view mode, an automatic HDR mode, an high-speed continuous shooting and 16 scenes mode, Full HD video (1080p) in stereo and a EXPEED C2 processor.
It is available in white or black for $430 (February 2012).

The Coolpix L25 replaces the L23, It has a CCD 1/3" sensor (4.8 x 3.6 mm) of 10,1 million pixels, optical zoom 5x without stabilization 4-20 mm f/2.7-6.8 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 28-140 mm) complemented by a 4x digital zoom, an 3" ACL screen of 230 000 pixels, it is powered by two AA batteries. It has also HD video (720p), 18 scenes mode and an EXPEED C2 processor.
It is not available in USA (February 2012).

The Coolpix L26 replaces the L24, It has a CCD sensor 1/2.3" (6.17 x 4.55 mm) of 16,1 million pixels, optical zoom 5x without stabilization 4,6-23 mm f/3.2-6.5 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 26-130 mm) complemented by a 4x digital zoom, an 3" ACL screen of 230 000 pixels, it is powered by two AA batteries. It has also HD video (720p), 18 scenes mode and an EXPEED C2 processor.
It is available in red, white or black for $120 (February 2012).

The Coolpix L810 has a CCD sensor 1/2.3" (6.17 x 4.55 mm) of 16,1 million pixels, optical zoom 26x shift stabilization 4-104 mm f/3.1-5.9 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 22,5-585 mm) complemented by a 4x digital zoom, an 3" ACL screen of 230 000 pixels, it is powered by four AA batteries. It has also HD video (720p), a 3D view mode and an EXPEED C2 processor.
It is available in red, white or black for $280 (February 2012).

Nikon Coolpix S30


coolpix S30

Nikon Coolpix S3300


coolpix S3300

Nikon Coolpix S4300


coolpix S4300

Nikon Coolpix S6300


coolpix S6300

Nikon Coolpix S9200/ S9300


coolpix S9200/ S9300

The Coolpix S30 has a small CCD 1/3" sensor (4.8 x 3.6 mm) of 10,1 million pixels, optical zoom 3x without stabilization 4,1-12,3 mm f/3.3-5.9 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 29,1-87,3 mm) complemented by a 4x digital zoom, an 2,6" ACL screen of 230 000 pixels, it is powered by two AA batteries. This camera is waterproof until 3m and shockproof, although S and not AW model. This a camera is dedicated to the family and children with large buttons, integrated filters and clear menus with colored icons.
It is available in blue (for boys), pink (for girls), black or white (except in France) for $120 (February 2012).

The Coolpix S3300 replaces the P3100, It has a Backside Illuminated (BSI) CMOS sensor 1/2.3" (6.17 x 4.55 mm) of 16 million pixels, optical zoom 6 x shift stabilization 4,6-27,6 mm f/3.5-6.5 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 26-156 mm), an 2,6" ACL screen of 230.000 pixels with anti-reflecting treatment, a refillable Li-ion battery EN-EL19. It has also HD video (720p), 18 scenes mode and an EXPEED C2 processor.
It is available in eight colors : blue, silver, black, red, gold, purple, pink, or green for $140 (February 2012).

The Coolpix S4300 replaces the P4150, as the 3300, it has the same Backside Illuminated (BSI) CMOS sensor 1/2.3" (6.17 x 4.55 mm) of 16 million pixels, same optical zoom 6 x shift stabilization 4,6-27,6 mm f/3.5-6.5 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 26-156 mm), a refillable Li-ion battery EN-EL19 but has an 3" ACL screen of 460 000 pixels with anti-reflecting treatment. It has also HD video (720p), 19 scenes mode and an EXPEED C2 processor.
It is available in silver, black, red or white for $170 (February 2012).

The Coolpix S6300 replaces the P6200, It has a Backside Illuminated (BSI) CMOS sensor 1/2.3" (6.17 x 4.55 mm) of 16 million pixels, optical zoom 10 x shift stabilization 4,5-45 mm f/3.2-5.8 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 25-250 mm) complemented by a 4x digital zoom, an 2,6" ACL screen of 230.000 pixels with anti-reflecting treatment et a refillable Li-ion battery EN-EL12. It has also Full HD video (1080p), an automatic HDR mode, a panoramic 360°/180° simplified mode, 19 scenes mode and a EXPEED C2 processor.
It is available in six colors: red, silver, black, gold, blue or pink for $200 (February 2012).

The Coolpix S9200 replaces the P9100 with the same ultra fine body, It has a Backside Illuminated (BSI) CMOS sensor 1/2.3" (6.17 x 4.55 mm) of 16 million pixels, optical zoom 18 x shift stabilization 4,5-81 mm f/3.5-5.9 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 25-450 mm) complemented by a 4x digital zoom, an 3" ACL screen of 460 000 pixels with anti-reflecting treatment et a refillable Li-ion battery EN-EL129. It has also Full HD video (1080p), an automatic HDR mode, a panoramic 360°/180° simplified mode, 3D view mode and a EXPEED C2 processor.
The S9200 is not available in USA (February 2012).

The Coolpix S9300 has exactly same characteristics as S9200 but integrates a built-in GPS localization system.
The S9300 is available in blue, silver, black or red for $350 (February 2012).

in Fall 2011:


Nikon Coolpix S2600


coolpix S2600



Nikon Coolpix S2600



coolpix S2600 arabesque

Nikon Coolpix S2500


coolpix S2500

Nikon Coolpix S2550


coolpix S2550

The Coolpix S2500 has a 1/2.3" sensor of 12,1 million pixels (4000 X 3000), an optical zoom 4x 4,9-19,6 mm f/3.2-5.9 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 27-108 mm) with ED glass and electronic stabilization. It has an 2,6" ACL screen of 230.000 pixels, a video mode VGA (640 X 48), a built-in memory of 16 Meg and a refillable Li-ion battery EN-EL19.
It is available in four colors: silver, red, pink or black for $80 (October 2011).

The Coolpix S2550 has, into an ultra fine body, the same common elements: 1/2.3" sensor of 12,1 million pixels, optical zoom 4x 4,9-19,6 mm f/3.2-5.9 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 27-108) with ED glass an electronic stabilization, an 2,6" ACL screen of 230.000 pixels, built-in memory of 16 Meg and a refillable Li-ion battery EN-EL19. The video mode is HD (1280 X 720).
It is available in red or black for $80 (October 2011).

The Coolpix S2600 has, into the same ultra fine body, a 1/2.3” sensor of 14 million pixels (4320 X 3240), an optical zoom 5x 4,6-23,0 mm f/3.2-6.5 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 26-130) with electronic stabilization, an 2,6" ACL screen of 230.000 pixels, built-in memory of 16 Meg, a refillable Li-ion battery EN-EL19 and a video mode HD (1280 X 720).
It is available in red, pink, silver or black for $99 (October 2011).
A version arabesque exists in black or purple.

Nikon Coolpix S4150


coolpix S4150

Nikon Coolpix S6150


coolpix S6150

The Coolpix S4150 replaces the S41000. It has a 1/2.3” sensor of 14 million pixels (4320 X 3240), an optical zoom 5x 4,6-23,0 mm f/3.2-6.5 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 26-130 mm) with electronic stabilization, an 3" ACL screen of 460.000 pixels, built-in memory of 20 Meg, a refillable Li-ion battery EN-EL19, a system of images treatment EXPEED C2 and a video mode HD (1280 X 720) with stereo sound recording.
It is available in red, silver, purple or black for $120 (October 2011).

The Coolpix S6150 replaces the S61000. It has a 1/2.3» sensor of 16 million pixels, an optical zoom 5x 4,6-23,0 mm f/3.2-6.5 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 26-130 mm) with optical stabilization, a large 3" ACL screen of 460.000 pixels, built-in memory of 20 Meg, a refillable Li-ion battery EN-EL12, 19 scene modes and a system of final cutting a system of images treatment EXPEED C2 and a video mode HD (1280 X 720) with stereophony sound recording.
It is available in red, silver, purple or black for $150 (October 2011).


Nikon Coolpix AW100


coolpix AW100

Nikon Coolpix P7100


coolpix P7100

Nikon Coolpix P7100


Nikon Coolpix S1200 pj

coolpix S1200 pj


In August 2011, six coolpix are announced:

The Coolpix AW100 is the first all weather coolpix camera, if we expect the coolpix S2, all weather but not waterproof. The coolpix AW100 is a rugged, waterproof to 10m (33ft), drop-proof from 1.5m (5ft)and freeze-proof down to -10°C camera.
It has a 5x image stabilized zoom ED lens 5-25 mm f3.9-4.8 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 28-140 mm) and 16-MP Backside illumination 1/2.3" CMOS image sensor to record action photos and Full HD (1080p) movies. It includes also electronic compass, GPS geotagging and World Map display and allows 3D pictures. it has an 3" ACL screen of 460.000 pixels, an handy Action Control feature to adjust specific camera settings.
It is available in four colors orange, black and camouflage (same colors as old Nikonos V cameras) and blue (same color as Action Touch).
Its price is $379 (September 2011).

The Coolpix P7100 is an updated version of the P7000 enthusiasts' compact.
It keeps the same large 10.1-MP, 1/17” CCD sensor, the same stabilized zoom 7X; 6 – 42.6 mm f/2.8 – 5.6 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 28-200 mm), the same optical viewfinder, the same full HD video mode with MPEG-4 AVC H.264 file format, the same rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN-EL14 but looses the 79MB internal memory. The camera's responsiveness is better and the 3-inch Ultra-High Resolution (921 000-dot) display is now a flip-out LCD.
It is available in black for $499, same price as P7000 (September 2011).

The Coolpix S1200 pj has mainly same specifications as the P1100pj with a design slightly modified:
same stabilized Zoom-Nikkor 5x 5-25 mm f/3,9-5,8 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 28-140 mm), same 14.1 megapixels sensor.
It has a 20 lumens brighter and contrast ratio better with a new built-in projector. The projector's lens is a 13mm f/2.1, manual focus with light source high luminosity LED (1 each of R, G, B), size of image from 5 to 60 in. with approx. 16.7 million colors from 0.26 to 3.1m (11in. to 10ft.).
It is available in black or pink for $429 (September 2011).

Nikon Coolpix S100


coolpix S100


Nikon Coolpix S6200


coolpix S6200


Nikon Coolpix S8200


coolpix S8200


The Coolpix S100 replaces the S80 with the same slim touch-screen card-style compact camera. It has a new sensor 1/2.3" sensor of 16 million pixel, a stabilized zoom 5 X; 5.0-25 mm f/3.9-5.8 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 28-140 mm), large 3,5" OLED multi-touch screen, a Full HD (1080p) video mode with stereo and VR Image Stabilization System. It allows 3D pictures and uses an rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN-EL19.
It is available in gold, purple, black or red for $299 (September 2011).

The Coolpix S6200 replaces the S6100 with the same 1/2.3" 16 megapixel sensor, a 10X optical zoom 4.5-45 mm f/3.2-5.8 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 25-250 mm) with optical and electronic stabilization, a 2.7" screen of 230.000 dots (less than the 3" intuitive touch screen of 460.000 dots S6100). It has also 76 Meg internal memory, HD video (1280 x 720) and a rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN-EL12.
It is available in six colors white, silver, black, red, blue or pink for $229 (September 2011).

The Coolpix S8200 replaces the S8100 with a 16.1MP CMOS sensor, a 14X optical zoom 4.5-63 mm f/3.3-5.9 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 25-350 mm) with optical stabilization, an 3" ultra-high resolution (921,000 dot) display, a 1080 HD movie recording and a rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN-EL12.
It is available in four colors white, silver, black, or red for $329 (September 2011).

At February 2011, the summer Coolpix collection confirms the comeback of Nikon, eight new cameras that all included VR stabilization, movement detection, high sensibility, video facilities and used SD/SDHC/SDXC card:


Nikon Coolpix S3100


coolpix S3100

Nikon Coolpix S4100


coolpix S4100

Nikon Coolpix S6100


coolpix S6100

Nikon Coolpix S9100


coolpix S9100

The Coolpix S3100 replaces the S3000 with a 1/2.3" 14 megapixel sensor, a 5X optical zoom 4.6-23 mm f/3.2-6.5 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 26-130 mm) with electronic stabilization. This camera has a screen 2,7" of 230.000 dots, HD video (1280 x 720), a 45 Meg internal memory and an accumulator refillable Li-ion EN-EL19.
It is available in seven colors: silver, red, blue, purple, pink, yellow, and black for $139.95 (March 2011).

The Coolpix S4100 replaces the S4000, it has same sensor, zoom, video capabilities and refillable Li-ion EN-EL19 as S3100: 1/2.3" 14 megapixel sensor, a 5X optical zoom 4.6-23 mm f/3.2-6.5 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 26-130 mm) with electronic stabilization but has an intuitive touch screen interface and screen 3" of 460.000 dots. It has HD video (1280 x 720) with dedicated button but only 20 Meg internal memory.
It is available in five colors: plum, bronze, silver, red and black for $179.95 (March 2011).

The Coolpix S6100 replaces the S6000. this slim camera has a 1/2.3" 16 megapixel sensor, a 7X optical zoom 5-35 mm f/3.7-5.6 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 28-196 mm) with optical and electronic stabilization, an intuitive touch screen interface and screen 3" of 460.000 dots. It has also 20 Meg internal memory, HD video (1280 x 720) and an rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN-EL12.
It is available in five colors: silver, black, red, pink Sakura and violet for $199.95 (March 2011).

The Coolpix S9100 replaces the S8100, this pocket camera shares the new 1/2.3" 12.1-megapixel backside illuminated CMOS sensor with P500 and P300. S9100 has an 18X optical zoom 4.5-81 mm f/3.5-5.9 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 25-450 mm) with ED glass and electronic stabilization, a stereo Full HD video (1980 x 1080) and a comfortable wide viewing angle TFT LCD monitor of 3" of 921,000 dots with anti-reflection coating. It uses rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN-EL5.
It is available in three colors: black, red, and silver for $329.95 (March 2011).

Nikon Coolpix P500


coolpix P500


Nikon Coolpix L120


coolpix L120



Nikon Coolpix P300


coolpix P300



Nikon Coolpix L24 (US) or L23 (EU)


coolpix L24 (US) or L23 (EU)

The Coolpix L120 replaces L110 with a 1/2.3" sensor of 14 million pixels, a 21X optical zoom 4.5-94.5 mm f/3.1-5.8 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 25-525 mm) with hybrid VR image stabilization system and high sensitivity up to ISO 6400. HD video (720p) may be activated with a simple one-touch control button. It is powered by 4 AA batteries.
It is available in black or red for $279.95 (March 2011).

The Coolpix L24 (called L23 outside US) replaces coolpix L21 and L22.
It has the same 1/2.3" sensor of 14 million pixels as S3100 and S4100. It has a 3.6X optical zoom 6.7-24 mm f/3.1-6.7 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 37-134 mm), an 3" ACL screen of 230.000 dots, HD video (1280 x 720) and is always powered by 2 AA batteries.
It is available in five colors: pink, red, silver, black or blue for $119.95 (March 2011).

The Coolpix P500 has a new 1/2.3" 12.1-megapixel backside illuminated CMOS sensor, the new Expeed C2 dual image processor, a super 36X optical zoom 4-144 mm f/3.4-5.7 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 22.5-810 mm) with ED glass, an hybrid (image-sensor shift VR and electronic VR) vibration reduction stabilization, a wide viewing angle TFT LCD monitor of 3" of 921,000 dots with anti-reflection coating and a stereo Full HD video (1980 x 1080). It uses rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN-EL5.
It is available in black for $399.95 (March 2011).

The Coolpix P300 is the new challenger of Canon S95 (as P7000 is the challenger of Canon G12)
It has an 1/2.3" 12.1-megapixel backside illuminated CMOS sensor. It has a fast maximum aperture of f/1.8 for the 4.2x optically stabilized zoom 4.3-17.9 mm f/1.8-4.9 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 24-100 mm), a wide viewing angle TFT LCD monitor of 3" of 921,000 dots with anti-reflection coating, a twin control dials, one top and another rear, and allows also Full HD video at 30 frames/s (in MOV H.264) with a built-in stereo microphone. It uses rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN-EL12.
It is available in three colors is the US: silver, red or black for $329.95 (March 2011).


In September 2010, Nikon introduces three models:


Nikon Coolpix P7000


coolpix P7000



Nikon Coolpix S8100


coolpix S8100

Nikon Coolpix S80


coolpix S80

The Coolpix P7000 is the new flagship in Coolpix series and challenges the Canon’s G series with the same faux-rangefinder style. It has a sensor 1/1.7" sensor of 10.1 million pixel, a stabilized zoom 7X; 6 – 42.6 mm f/2.8 – 5.6 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 28-200 mm), an optical viewfinder and a 3-inch Ultra-High Resolution (921 000-dot) Clear Color Display, a Built-in Flash plus i-TTL Flash function and 5-way VR Image Stabilization System by optical, sensibility or electronic.
It is available only in black for approximately $500 (September 2010).

The Coolpix P8100 replaces the S8000 but makes use of a 12MP back-lit CMOS sensor in the place of the 8000's 14MP CCD. This CMOS sensor helps it offer 10 fps shooting and 1080 HD movie recording. Other characteristics are the same as its predecessor, It is very fine and has a same zoom 10 X; 5,4 - 54,0 mm f/3,5 - 5,6 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 30 - 300 mm) with an optical stabilization of image with detection of movement; numerical zoom 4x, an 3" ACL screen of 921.000 pixels, a sensitivity mode up to 3200 ISO, an accumulator refillable Li-ion EN-EL12.
It is currently only being released in the US in three colors red, black or gold for approximately $300 (September 2010).

The Coolpix S80 is a slim, 17mm, with bicolor touch-screen card-style compact camera. It has a sensor 1/2.3" sensor of 14.1 million pixel, a stabilized zoom 57X; 6.1 – 31.5 mm f/3.6– 4.8 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 35-175 mm), large 3”5 OLED multi-touch screen, an HD 720 a video mode with stereo and VR Image Stabilization System, an rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN-EL10.
It is available only in 6 colors red, blue, black, pink, gold or silver and brown for approximately $330 (September 2010).

In August 2010, a month before Fotokina, Nikon introduces two models:

Nikon Coolpix S5100


coolpix S5100

Nikon Coolpix S1100pj


coolpix S1100pj

The Coolpix S1100pj replaces the S1100pj first compact with also a built-projector. The S1100pj has the same stabilized Zoom-Nikkor 5x 5-25 mm f/3,9-5,8 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 28-140 mm) but with a 14.1 megapixels sensor, a new processor Expeed 2, a 720p HD video recording and a larger and higher resolution 3.0" LCD touch screen (420 000 dots). The design is slightly modified and with a 14-lumen internal projector that is 40 per cent brighter than its predecessor. It can also be linked to a PC or Mac.
It is available in black, yellow or purple for approximately $350 (August 2010).

The Coolpix S5100 a slim and stylish metal camera with 12.2 megapixels sensor, a stabilized Zoom-Nikkor 5x 5-25 mm f/2.7-6.6 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 28-140 mm), a processor Expeed 2, a 720p HD video recording, a 2.7-in. LCD display and a 4-way VR Image Stabilization System with ISO settings to 3200 at full resolution.
It is available in champagne, red, pink, blue, black or purple for approximately $200 (August 2010).


At PMA 2010, Nikon presents, like past year, eight coolpix, with SD card and processor EXPEED:

Nikon Coolpix L110


coolpix L110


Nikon Coolpix L21


coolpix L21


Nikon Coolpix L22


coolpix L22

Nikon Coolpix P100


coolpix P100

The Coolpix L110 replaces L100 it has a sensor of 12,1 million pixel and a zoom 15x 5-75mm f/f/3,5-5,4 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 28-420 mm) with a VR image stabilization by translation of the sensor, an 3" ACL screen of 460.000 pixels. It requires four alkaline piles AA and is available for approximately $280 (February 2010).

The Coolpix L22 and Coolpix L21 replace the coolpix L19 and L20. They have both the detection functionality of the faces, closed smiles, eyes and a red anti-eyes software...
L21 has a sensor 1/2,5" of 8 million pixels, a zoom 3,6x 6,7-24,0 mm f3,1-6,7 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 41-145 mm), an 2,5" ACL screen, a video mode, an high sensitivity to the light (up to 1600 ISO) and requires two alkaline piles AA. It is available chestnut, champagne or pink for approximately $99 (February 2010).
L22 has a sensor 1/2,3" of 12 million pixels, and the same zoom 3,6x 6,7-24,0 mm f3,1-6,7 (but equivalent 135; 37 - 134 mm), an 3" ACL screen, a video mode, a high sensitivity (up to 1600 ISO) and require two alkaline piles AA. It is available in black, champagne or red for approximately $130 (February 2010).

The Coolpix P100 replaces P90. It has a sensor CMOS of 10,3 million pixel, a first for a coolpix, a zoom 26x: 4,6-119,6 mm F2,8 - 5,0 (equivalent 135: 26 - 676 mm) with a stabilization of image VR by translation of the sensor and a numerical zoom complementary to 4x (until 2496 mm in format 24x36). It offers a video in full 1080p in H.264 with stereophony sound, a HDR mode and for the conditions of weak luminosity, It is also able to take to 120 frames/second in 1,1 MP a second or of 10 frames/second in 10,3 MP a second, a sensitivity mode up to 3200 ISO.
It is available for $400 (February 2010).





Nikon Coolpix S3000


coolpix S3000

Nikon Coolpix S4000


coolpix S4000

Nikon Coolpix S6000


coolpix S6000

Nikon Coolpix S8000


coolpix S8000

The Coolpix S3000 replaces S220, it has the same sensor 1/2,3" of 12 million pixel and an optical zoom 4x of 4,9-19,6mm f/3,2 - 5,9 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 27 - 108 mm) with electronic stabilization and detection of movements. This zoom is supplemented by a numerical zoom 4x, an 2,7" ACL screen of 230.000 pixels and an accumulator refillable Li-ion EN-EL10.
It is available seven colors for approximately $150 (February 2010).

The Coolpix S4000 has the same sensor 1/2,3" of 12 million pixel and the same optical zoom 4x of 4,9-19,6mm f/3,2 - 5,9 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 27 - 108 mm) with electronic stabilization and detection of movements completed by a numerical zoom 4x, a video mode HD (720p) with 24 images/sec, a touch screen of 3 inches of 460.000 pixels.
It is available four colors for approximately $200 (February 2010).

The Coolpix S6000 replaces S610. This very fine camera has a sensor 1/2.3" of 14,2 million pixels, a zoom 7x: 5.0-35.0mm f/3.7-5.6 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 28-196 mm) with an optical system of stabilization of image VR, a numerical zoom 4x, an 2,7" ACL screen of 230.000 pixels, a video mode HD (720p) with its stereophony, a sensitivity mode up to 6400 ISO, an accumulator refillable Li-ion EN-EL12.
It is available five colors for approximately $250 (February 2010).

The Coolpix S8000 is very fine and has a sensor 1/2,3" of 14,2 million pixel and a zoom 10 X; 5,4 - 54,0 mm f/3,5 - 5,6 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 30 - 300 mm) with an optical stabilization of image with detection of movement; numerical zoom 4x, an 3" ACL screen of 921.000 pixels, a video mode HD (720p) with its stereophony, a sensitivity mode up to 3200 ISO, an accumulator refillable Li-ion EN-EL12.
It is available five colors for approximately $300 (February 2010).


At Fall 2009, Nikon introduces four coolpix with SD/SDHC card, internal memory and EXPEED processor:

Nikon Coolpix S1000 pj


coolpix S1000 pj

Nikon Coolpix S70


coolpix S70

Nikon Coolpix S570


coolpix S570

Nikon Coolpix S640


coolpix S640

The Coolpix S1000 pj is the world's first compact camera with an in-built projector: it is able with its remote control to project images up to 40 inches in size with a VGA resolution and at a maximum distance of 2 meters. Others characteristics are more the same: an internal optically stabilized Zoom-Nikkor 5x 5-25 mm f/3,9-5,8 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 28-140 mm), an 2.7-inch. high-resolution LCD monitor with anti-reflection coated cover, a 12.1MP sensor. it offers also a high ISO 6400 sensibility, 16 handy scene modes, D-Lighting, 4 movie modes with sound and 36 MB of internal memory. Its price is $429 (September 2009).

The Coolpix S70 has the same internal optically stabilized Zoom-Nikkor 5x 5-25 mm f/3,9-5,8 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 28-140 mm) and 12.1MP sensor but offers an 3.5 inch touch-sensitive OLED screen. This screen allows multiple touches. It has also HD video recording modes and 20 MB of internal memory. Its price is $379 (September 2009).

The Coolpix S570 has a Zoom-Nikkor 5x 5-25 mm f/2,7-6,6 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 28-140 mm), a 2.7 inch LCD screen, a 12.0 MP sensor, 16 handy scene modes, D-Lighting, 4 movie modes with sound and 47 MB of internal memory. Its price is $200 (September 2009).

The Coolpix S640 is ultra quick and easy to use and becomes the fastest camera in the Coolpix range. It has a the same Zoom-Nikkor 5x 5-25 mm f/2,7-6,6 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 28-140 mm), the same 2.7 inch LCD screen and 12.0 MP sensor. 16 handy scene modes, D-Lighting, 4 movie modes with sound and 47 MB of internal memory. Its price is $230 (September 2009).

This edition 2009 of the PMA introduces eight coolpix, with SD card, internal memory and EXPEED processor:

Nikon Coolpix P90


coolpix P90

Nikon Coolpix L19


coolpix L19

Nikon Coolpix L20


coolpix L20

Nikon Coolpix L1000


coolpix L100

The Coolpix P90 replaces P80. It has a 12,1 million pixels sensor, a zoom 24x: 4.6-110.4 mm f/2.8-5.6 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 26-624 mm) with a VR image stabilization by translation of the sensor and an extended by 4x digital zoom (until a 2496 mm! equivalent in 35mm terms:). An 3" AFT screen of approximately 230.000 pixels with variable slope and anti-reflecting treatment and an electronic 0,24 inch viewfinder of also 230.000 pixels, a built-in memory of 47 Mo and a sensitivity mode up to 6400 ISO. It includes also manual and auto features such as Scene Auto Selector, Smile Mode, Blink warning and P/A/S/M exposure modes. In addition, continuous shooting mode can deliver 45 images at 15 fps, A refillable Li-ion accumulator EN-EL5 powers this camera.
Its price is $400 (February 2009).

The Coolpix L19 and Coolpix L20 replace the coolpix L16 and L18.
The L19 has a sensor of 8 million pixels, a zoom 3.6x 6.7-24.0 mm f/3.1-6.7 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 41-145 mm), An 2.7" AFT screen of 230.000 pixels. It requires two alkaline piles AA and has a built-in memory of 20 Mo. Its price is $110 (February 2009).
The L20 has a sensor of 10 million pixels, a zoom 3.6x 6.7-24.0 mm f/3.1-6.7 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 38-136 mm), An 2.7" AFT screen of 230.000 pixels. It requires two alkaline piles AA and has a built-in memory of 20 Mo. Its price is $130 (February 2009).

The Coolpix L100 has a new design for a model L camera but shares with L20, the sensor of 10 million pixels, the zoom 3.6x 6.7-24.0 mm f/3.1-6.7 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 41-145 mm), but with a VR image stabilization by translation of the sensor and the same 3" AFT screen of 230.000 pixels. This superzoom camera includes also D-lighting feature and a Sports Continuous mode that allows shooting at up to 13 frames per second and a sensitivity mode up until 3200 ISO.
It requires four alkaline piles AA and its price is $280 (February 2009).




Nikon Coolpix S220


coolpix S220

Nikon Coolpix S230


coolpix S230

Nikon Coolpix S620


coolpix S620

Nikon Coolpix S630


coolpix S630

The Coolpix S220, called also S203 in USA, replaces S210, like it, it has a partially metal camera body, an optical zoom 3x of 6.3-18.9 mm f/3.1-5.9 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 35-105 mm) with electronic stabilization (image stabilized by treatment of the signal) extended by a digital zoom 4x, the same 2,5" screen of 150.000 pixels. Only improvements: a sensor of 10 million pixels, a built-in memory of 44 Mo and an refillable Li-ion accumulator EN-EL10.
It is available in six colors for $150 (February 2009).

The Coolpix S230 has the same sensor of 10 million pixel, the same built-in memory of 44 Mo, same accumulator EN-EL10 and the same optical zoom 3x of 6.3-18.9 mm f/3.1-5.9 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 35-105 mm) with electronic stabilization extended by a digital zoom 4x. Its main difference is its anti-reflecting 3 inches screen of 230.000 pixels with touch screen.
It is available in five colors for $230 (February 2009).

The Coolpix S205 only available in USA has a partially metal camera body, a sensor of 12 million pixels, an optical zoom 4x of 4.9 '9619.6 mm f/3.2-5.9 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 27 '96108 mm) with electronic stabilization uc0 u8232 extended by a digital zoom 4x, a 2,3" screen of 230.000 pixels, a built-in memory of 47 Mo and an refillable Li-ion accumulator EN-EL10.


The Coolpix S620 replaces S610 with a sensor of 12,2 million pixels, a zoom 4x; 5.0-20.0 mm f/2.7-5.8 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 28-112 mm) with an VR optical stabilization system (image stabilized by lens movement), a digital zoom 4x, An 2.7" AFT screen of 230.000 pixels, a built-in memory of 45 Mo, a sensitivity mode until 6400 ISO, an refillable Li-ion accumulator EN-EL12.
It is available in five colors for $250 (February 2009).

The Coolpix S630 has a sensor of 12 million pixel and a zoom 7x; 6.6-46.2 mm f/3.5-5.3 (equivalent in 35mm terms: 37-260 mm) with a VR image stabilization by translation of the sensor; digital zoom 4x, a 2,7" screen of 230.000 pixels, a built-in memory of 44 Mo, a sensitivity mode up to 6400 ISO, a refillable Li-ion accumulator EN-EL12.
It is available in five colors for $280 (February 2009).


In August 2008, a month before Photokina, Nikon introduces seven models:

Nikon Coolpix S710


coolpix S710

Nikon Coolpix P6000


coolpix P6000

The Coolpix S710 is a high-performance digital camera with 14.5 effective megapixels of 1/1,72 inch and a 3.6x optical Zoom-Nikkor 6.0-21.6 mm (equivalent in 35mm terms: 28-101 mm); f/2.8-5.6 with 7 lenses in 6 groups covering a wide-angle 28 mm with lens-shift Vibration Reduction (VR), four exposure modes (P/S/A/M) and the possibility to move the sensitivity range up to ISO 12800. It uses SD card and has a Face-priority AF, internal memory of 42 Meg and an extra-large 3-inch wide-viewing angle TFT monitor with anti-reflection coating.
The S710 is available in several colors: urban black, titanium silver and deep (cherry) red. Its price is $329 (September 2008).

The Coolpix P6000 is the new flagship of coolpix series, It is a digital camera with 13.5 megapixel, 1/1.72 inch sensor (0.41 square cm). It includes a Zoom-Nikkor 4x ; 6-24 mm (equivalent in 35mm terms: 28-112 mm) ; f/2.7-5.9 ; 9 lenses in 7 groups covering a wide-angle and with optical stabilization. It has a 2.7" LCD monitor (230,000 pixels), It has a magnesium alloy on the front surface of the body, internal memory of 48 Meg and also records RAW files in a new NRW format. For the first time, a compact has a built-in GPS receiver, which records location at which images were recorded (latitude and longitude for automatic geotagging).
As all new S models, the S710 is housed in durable metal bodies and uses SD card. Its price is $500 (September 2008).

Nikon Coolpix S60


coolpix S60

Nikon Coolpix S560


coolpix S560

Nikon Coolpix S610


coolpix S610

Nikon Coolpix S610c


coolpix S610

The Coolpix S60 is a digital camera with 10.34 effective megapixels of 1/1,23 inch, it has an Zoom-Nikkor 5x ; 5,9-29,5  mm (equivalent in 35mm terms: 33-165 mm) ; f/3.8-4.8 ; 12 lenses in 10 groups with Vibration Reduction and a 3.5-inch touch-panel LCD. It has also features such as internal memory of 20 Meg, time-lapse movies, in-camera retouch and HDMi output.
Its price is $350 (September 2008).

The Coolpix S560 is the world’s smallest camera in its class with a 10.34 effective megapixels of 1/1,23 inch, an Zoom-Nikkor 5x ; 6,3-31,5 mm (equivalent in 35mm terms: 34,8-174 mm) ; f/3.5-5.6 ; 8 lenses in 6 groups; and a large 2.7-inch wide-viewing angle TFT monitor. It has a 42 Meg internal memory and some advanced features such as Smile Mode, It is available in several colors: Warm Silver, Sakura Pink and Black.
Its price is $250 (September 2008).

The Coolpix S610 has the fastest start-up times in its class. It has the same 10.34 effective megapixels of 1/1,23 inch and a Zoom-Nikkor 4x ; 5-20 mm (equivalent in 35mm terms: 28-112 mm) ; f/2.7-5.8 ; 7 lenses in 6 groups. It also includes Scene Auto Selector, a first for Nikon Coolpix models. It has also a large 3-inch TFT monitor and four functions to reduce blur: Lens-shift Vibration Reduction (VR), high ISO (up to 3200), Best Shot Selector and Motion Detection. The S610 is available in several colors: titanium silver, black and (Cherry) deep red. Its price is $300 (September 2008).

The Coolpix S610c has the same characteristics as S610 and is the world’s first compact camera compliant with WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup), first to boast the easy-connect WiFi Protected Setup certification.


Nikon Coolpix P80


coolpix P80


Nikon


Nikon "Eco-green" Coolpix S52


Nikon Coolpix S52c


coolpix S52C


The Coolpix P80 is a new bridge camera, launched on April 2008, who has an 18x compact optical Wide-Angle Zoom lens 4.7-84.2 mm/f2.8-4.5 (equivalent to a 27-486mm in format 35mm) who allows macro-focus on 1cm. The vibration reduction is done by translation of the DTC 1/2,33" CCD of 10.70 millions pixels.
It has also an auto Adjusts up to ISO 6400, a 2,7" ACL and an optical distortion fixing by integrated software action.

The Coolpix S52 and S52c replace 51 and 51c, they have the same design with a retractable zoom with optical stabilization VR 3x de 6.3-18.9 mm/3.3-4.2 (equivalent to a 38-114mm in format 35mm) and with a sensor of 9 million pixels. The S52C add a WiFi connection feature.
In July 2008, An exclusive special edition of "Eco-Green" coolpix S52 will fund the reforestation efforts of Carbonfund.org and will offset 1.91 tons of carbon dioxide per camera sold.


The edition 2008 of the PMA introduces eight coolpix, with SD card, internal memory and EXPEED processor:

Nikon Coolpix S210


coolpix S210

Nikon Coolpix S520


coolpix S520

Nikon Coolpix S550


coolpix S550

Nikon Coolpix S600


coolpix S600

The Coolpix S210, called also S202 in USA, replaces S200, it has the same styling case, a zoom with electronic stabilization an electronic VR (image stabilization using digital signal processing). the same zoom 3x of 6.3~18.9mm/3.1-5.9 (equivalent to a 38-114mm in format 35mm), only improvements: a sensor of 8 million pixels and a 2.5-inch screen. it is available in blue, plum, black graphite or bronze.

The Coolpix S520 replaces S510 with the same retractable zoom with stabilization optical VR (and not digital signal processing as S210 or S550) 3x of 5.7~17.1mm/2.8-4.7 (equivalent to a 35-105mm in format 35mm), a sensor of 8 million pixels and a 2.5-inch screen. It is available only in black.

The Coolpix S550 has a sensor 1/2.5" of 10 million pixels and a zoom with electronic stabilization (image stabilized using digital signal processing) 5x 6.3~31.4 mm f/2.9-5 (equivalent 38~190 mm in format 24x36); this zoom equipped already Coolpix L1. Its camera is very fine and has a 2.5-inch screen. There is available in black graphite, blue and plum.

The Coolpix S600 completes S700 with a new retractable 4x zoom with optical stabilization of 5~20mm/2.7-5.8 (equivalent to a 28-112mm in format 35mm), a sensor of 10 million pixels and a large 2.7-inch screen. There is available only in black.

Nikon Coolpix P60


coolpix P60

Nikon Coolpix L16


coolpix L16

Nikon Coolpix L18


coolpix L18

The Coolpix P60 replaces P50, with an 8 million pixel sensor and a zoom with optical stabilization 5x 6.4~32 mm f/2.9-5 (equivalent 36~180 mm in format 24x36), It receives piles standards AA and has a 2.5-inch screen. There is available in black.

The Coolpix L16 and L18 replace the coolpix L14 and L15. They have a sensor of, respectively, 7.1 and 8 million pixels, the same zoom 3x that L15 of 6.2~18.5mm/2.8-5.2(equivalent with a 37.5-112.5mm in format 35mm), a mode of automatic anti-vibration exposure, a large 3-inch screen and accept ordinary batteries. Coolpix L18 is available in blue and red.

Six months after the PMA 2007, in August 2007, Nikon present its collection autumn-winter of eight coolpix that have all the functions Nikon D-Lighting, Face-Priority AF, Red Eyes reduction features, an internal storage from 13 to 53 Meg and an increased sensitivity from 800 to 6400 ISO.

Nikon Coolpix P5100


coolpix P5100

Nikon Coolpix P50


coolpix P50

Nikon Coolpix L14


coolpix L14

Nikon Coolpix L15


coolpix L15


The Coolpix P5100 in more of the functions of its predecessor P5000 that it replaces, has a partially metal case (on the front face), a sensor CCC of 12.1 million pixels, a sensitivity up to 3200 Iso and a zoom stabilized (VR) 3.5 X of 7.5~26.3mm/2.7-5.3 (equivalent to 35-123mm in 135 format).

The Coolpix P50 has a sensor CCC of 8.1 million pixels, a sensitivity up to 2000 Iso but a zoom wide-angle lens stabilized (VR) 3.6 X of 4.7~17mm/2.8-5.6(equivalent to 28-102mm in 135 format).

Coolpix L14 and L15 replace the coolpix L11 and L12. They accept ordinary piles and have the function "motion film" and a maximum sensitivity of 1000 Iso.
The Coolpix L14 a sensor of 7.1 million pixels has, a zoom 3x of 6.3~18.9 mm/3.1-5.1 (equivalent to 38-114mm in 135 format). It is available in blue or silver color.

The Coolpix L15 has a sensor of 8 million pixels, the same lens as the coolpix L12: a zoom stabilized (VR) 3 X of 5.7~17.1mm/2.8-4.7 (equivalent to 35-105mm in 135 format).

Nikon Coolpix S51/S51c


coolpix S51/S51c

Nikon Coolpix S510


coolpix S510

Nikon Coolpix S700


coolpix S700


The Coolpix S51 and S51c replace S50 and S50C, they have the same stabilized zoom (VR) 3x of 6.3~18.9mm /3.3-4.2 (equivalent to 38-114mm in 135 format). S51 in available in silver or chestnut color, the S51C only in black. The only notable difference is the sensor that passes from 7.1 to 8.1 million pixels. The S51C has in more a WiFi connection.

The Coolpix S510 is complete the S200 with the same design including a retractable zoom with optical stabilization (and not numerical as on S200); this zoom is 3x of 5.7~17.1mm/2.8-4.7(equivalent to 35-105mm in 135 format). It is available in silver, black or pink color and has a sensor of 8.1 million pixels and an increased sensitivity up to 2000 Iso.

The Coolpix S700 has also the same design, same functions but has a sensor of 12.1 million pixels, a stabilized zoom (VR) 3 X of 7.9~23.7mm/2.8-5.4 (equivalent to 37-111mm in 135 format) and a maximum sensitivity up to 3200 Iso.

Just before the PMA 2007, Nikon reveals eight models of coolpix that have all Nikon D-Lighting, Face-Priority AF and Red Eyes reduction features. These coolpix have internal memory and use SD card.

Nikon Coolpix P5000


coolpix P5000


Nikon Coolpix L10


coolpix L10 / L11


Nikon Coolpix L12


coolpix L12


The Coolpix P5000 is the alone representing the performance range, the decline of costs of numerical SLR limits others bridges and expert compact cameras.
The P5000 has a metallic body and 10 million pixels sensor, a stabilized 3.5x zoom (VR) of 7.5~28.3mm/2.7-5.3 (equivalent to 36-112mm in 135 format), a 2,5-inch screen, and a hot-shoes for an external i-TTL flash. The P5000 can also receive optical converters.

The Coolpix L10 and L11 replace coolpix L3 and L4. They have respectively, 5 and 6 megapixel CCDs, a zoom (VR) 3x of 6.2~18.5mm/2.8-5.2(equivalent to 37.5-112.5mm in 135 format), they use ordinary AA batteries.

The Coolpix L12 has a 7.1 megapixel CCDs, a stabilized 3.x zoom of 5.7~17.1mm/2.8-4.7 (equivalent to 35-105mm in 135 format), an ISO 1600 setting. It also use ordinary AA batteries

Nikon Coolpix S500


coolpix S500

Nikon Coolpix S50


coolpix S50
not available in Europa


Nikon Coolpix 50c


coolpix S50c


Nikon Coolpix S200


coolpix S200


The Coolpix S50 and S50c replace S9 and S7C but are thinner, they have a 7.1 megapixel CCDs, a zoom (VR) 3x of 6.3~18.9mm/3.3-4.2 (equivalent to 38-114mm in 135 format), an ISO 1600 setting, a large 3-inch screen. The S50C, only this model will be commercialized in Europe, has in more a Wi-FI connection.

The Coolpix S200 presents a styling case but with an external zoom (and not internal as most of series S cameras). Its design remembers the coolpix 3700. It has a 7.1 megapixel CCDs, a zoom with an electronic VR (image stabilization using digital signal processing). This is the only 'VR' camera in new range that doesn't use lens or CCD shift. This zoom 3x de 6.3~18.9mm/3.1-5.9 (equivalent to 38-114mm in 135 format), an ISO 1000 setting, a 2-inch screen.

The Coolpix S500 has the same design, the same 7.1 megapixel CCDs, but with an optical stabilized (VR) zoom 3x, 5 elements in 5 groups: 5.7~17.1 mm/2.8-4.7 (equivalent to 35-105 mm in 135 format), an ISO 2000 setting, a 2.5-inch screen.

Nikon Coolpix S7c with WiFi


coolpix S7C

Nikon Coolpix S9


coolpix S9

Nikon Coolpix S10


coolpix S10

Before the Fotokina 2006, Nikon announced five new coolpix:

The Coolpix S7c replaces the S6 with 7.1 megapixels CCD, a large 3-inch LCD and a WI-FI capability. Nikon has also announced a free of charge service called Nikon Coolpix Connect enabling users to share their photos over the Internet directly from the camera. Currently only available with the new Coolpix S7c.

The Coolpix S9 replaces the S5 with 6.1 megapixels CCD. It is available in three colors, (red blue and silver) and features a 2.5-inch screen, 3x zoom, 15 scene modes and Face Priority AF.

The Coolpix S10 updates the Coolpix S4, it offers the same 6 millions of pixels and 10x swivel zoom lens, but adds CCD-shift Vibration Reduction and increased sensitivity (to ISO 800).

Nikon Coolpix L6


coolpix L6

Nikon Coolpix L5


coolpix L5

The Coolpix L6 replaces the L3 with 6 megapixels CCD, a 3x zoom and sensitivity up to ISO 800.

The Coolpix L5 replaces the L2 with 7.2 millions of pixel. It has a 2.5-inch LCD, a 5x 38-190mm (35mm equiv) zoom lens, Lens shift VR and Nikon's Face Priority AF.

Nikon Coolpix L2 and L3


coolpix L2 and L3

Nikon Coolpix L4


coolpix L4

Nikon Coolpix P3 and P4



coolpix P3 and P4

Nikon Coolpix S5 and S6

coolpix S5 and S6

At the PMA 2006 Nikon completes its series with seven digital cameras that have all D-Lighting function that corrects for under and over-exposure, In-Camera Red-Eye Fix that removes unsightly red eye and Face-priority AF automatically that detects and focuses on faces. They all use the SD card and have an internal memory from 10 to 23 Meg depending of models.

The Coolpix L2 L3 and L4 of entry of range, are slim and share the same body with a zoom 3x 6.3~19.2mm (equivalent 38~116mm in 135 format)*, a 2" TFT rear screen and are powered by AA batteries. The main difference is their 1/2.5" CCD sensor of respectively 4, 5.1 and 6 millions of pixels.
* The body of L4 is a bit different with a zoom 6.3~18.9mm (equivalent 38~114mm in 135 format).

The Coolpix P3 and P4 have both a zoom 3.5 x 7.5~26.3mm (equivalent 36~126mm in 135 format) with a Vibration Reduction (VR) system and a 2.5" TFT rear screen. They have an 8.1 megapixels 1/1.8" CCD sensor.
The Coolpix P4 has also a built-in 802.11b/g WiFi module.

The Coolpix S5 and S6 are super slim cameras with a 6.18 megapixels 1/2.5" CCD sensor and a zoom 3x 5.8~17.4mm (equivalent 35~105mm in 135 format). The Coolpix S5 has a 2.5" TFT rear screen and may receive a waterproof case FJ-CP1. The Coolpix S6 has a 3" TFT rear screen and a built-in 802.11b/g WiFi module.

Nikon Coolpix S3


coolpix S3

Nikon Coolpix S4


coolpix S4

Nikon Coolpix P1-P2


coolpix P1-P2

Nikon Coolpix L1/L101


coolpix L1/L101

In September 2005. Nikon presents five Coolpix cameras very different but with as common functions as an internal memory varying from 10 to 32 Meg depending on the model, the utilization of SD memory card (optional), a bright 2.5 inch LCD of 110.000 pixels and the three next functions:

  • Lighting Function is able to correct images with insufficient flash or excessive backlight and to create a copy with automatically added detail and correct light.
  • Portrait (Face AF) has the unique ability to detect automatically, in mode Portrait, the human face presence in the framework, independently of its position.
  • In-Camera Red-Eye Fix, eliminates before the recording of the effect image caused by flash.

    The Coolpix S3 upgrades the ultra slim Coolpix S1. It has the same zoom but offers a six megapixels 1/2.5" CCD sensor instead of 5.1, a quick start and a best autonomy of the battery. It is available in three colors; white, matt black and silver, priced at 359 $.

    The Coolpix S4 is the first swivel lens camera since the SQ and the E9xx series. It has a metallic body which contents a six megapixels 1/2.5" CCD sensor and a 10x Zoom lens; 6.3~63mm (equivalent to 38~380mm in 135 format); f/3.5; 12 elements in 9 groups plus a 4cm macro mode. It is powered by AA batteries but has no anti-shake function. It is priced at 399 $.

    The Coolpix P1 has a built-in 802.11b/g WiFi module, which enables it to transfer directly images to printer or computer. It is first for compact digital cameras. It has a height megapixels 1/1.8" CCD sensor, a 3.5x Zoom lens; 7.5-26.3mm (equivalent to 36-126mm in 135 format); f/2.7-5.2; 7 elements in 6 groups. It is available in silver or black to 429 $.

    The Coolpix P2 has the same lens and functions including the WiFi but with a 5.1 megapixels 1/2.5" CCD sensor to 329 $.

    The Coolpix L1 called also L101 in USA, is a very compact camera with a 6.2 megapixels 1/2.5" CCD sensor and a 5x Zoom lens; 6.3-31.4mm (equivalent to 38-190mm in 135 format); f/2.9-5.0; 9 elements in 7 groups. It is priced $299. It has also a HELP button, which displays explanations for functions on the main menu. Strangely, the black version is called Coolpix 101.


    Nikon Coolpix S1


    coolpix S1


    Nikon Coolpix S2

    coolpix S2

    The Coolpix S1 is a smart camera of 5.1 millions of pixels with an ED internal optical zoom 3x (like the Minolta Dimage X) 5.8-17.4 mm/f3.0~5.4 equivalent to a 35-105 mm with 12 elements in 10 groups. It has a new battery EL-EN8, the FaceIt technology, it is just a bit larger than a credit card and is available in three colors: white, black or silver.

    The Coolpix S2 is the waterproof version of the previous camera with the same 5.1 megapixels CCD and the same ED internal optical zoom 3x 5.8-17.4 mm/f3.0~5.4. It is just a bit thicker than the S1 and available only in silver color.

    Nikon Coolpix 4600


    coolpix 4600

    Nikon Coolpix 5600



    small rear screen of coolpix 5600

    coolpix waterproof case

    optional waterproof case

    At the PMA 2005 Nikon completes its offer with five new cameras which have in common a 3x optical zoom, SD card and optional waterproof case:
    The Coolpix 4600 and the Coolpix 5600 are entry level cameras with 4 and 5.1 million of pixels CCD for 250 and 320 $ with a 34-105 mm (35 mm equiv.) 3x optical zoom open to F 2.8 - 4.9 and a video mode.

    The three other coolpix have a unique new feature that was developed in conjunction with Identix and their FaceIt technology: autofocus automatically detects a person’s face at typical portrait and focus on it.

    Nikon Coolpix 7600


    coolpix 7600 bi-color



    finder of 7600 with Nikon face AF system

    Nikon Coolpix 5900


    coolpix 5900

    Nikon Coolpix 7900


    coolpix 7900 bi-color

    The Coolpix 7600, smaller, has a 7.1 million of pixels CCD 1/1.8", an 3x optical zoom (equivalent to 38-114 mm/2.8~4.8 in 135 format). It is available in silver or black.

    The Coolpix 5900 and Coolpix 7900, are also compact, they have respectively 1/1.8" CCD of 5.1 or 7.1 million of pixels, the same 3x optical zoom (equivalent to 38-114 mm/2.8~4.8 in 135 format) and a large 2" rear screen. The 5900 is only available on silver and the 7900 in black or silver. Optional waterproof cases are also available.

    Nikon Coolpix 4800


    coolpix 4800

    Nikon Coolpix 8800


    coolpix 8800

    Nikon Coolpix 8400


    coolpix 8400

    Nikon has presented at the Photokina 2004 three new Coolpix cameras. These three Coolpix are EVF (Electronic ViewFinder) cameras.

    The Coolpix 8400 has an optical zoom wide angle 3.5X equivalent 24~85 mm, a 2/3 SONY CCD of 8.31 millions of pixels (3.264 x 2.448 -pixels), 15 mode scene and video mode, the possibility to use the i-TTL flash mode and to record images in jpeg or raw on CompactFlash™ card (CF) type I or II..

    The Coolpix 8800 has the same functions and the same 8.31 megapixels CCD but retrieves the architecture of 8700 updated by a stabilized VR zoom 10x of 8.9~89mm/f2.8~5.2 (equivalent to a 35~350mm in the format 135). It has a 16 lenses zoom with two lenses in ED glass. The electronic viewfinder is a 235 000 pixels LCD.

    The Coolpix 4800 has a 1/2.5 CCD of 4 millions of with a zoom 8.5X of 6~50 mm (equivalent to a 36~300 mm to the format 135). It has an internal storage allowing the storage of 14 views and uses Secure Data™ card (SD) and has also a video mode.

    Nikon Coolpix 4200 et 5200

    coolpix 4200 et 5200

    Nikon Coolpix 4100

    coolpix 4100

    Nikon Coolpix 5100

    coolpix 5100

    Before the PMA 2004, Nikon launches two cameras the Coolpix 4200 and the Coolpix 5200 with a new more stylized design with metal body.
    These two cameras have a 3x Zoom-Nikkor lens with a focal range of 7.8 to 23.4mm (like a 38-114mm lens in 35mm format).
    The Coolpix 4200 has a 4 megapixels CCD and the Coolpix 5200 a 5.1 megapixels CCD. They are equipped with 12MB of internal memory and uses SD card and accept Li-ion rechargeable batteries or lithium disposable batteries.

    In June 2004, Nikon proposes two popular cameras: the Coolpix 4100 and Coolpix 5100, which have the same design as 2200 and 3200 cameras but with a 4 or 5.1 megapixels CCD and a 3x Zoom-Nikkor lens.
    Nikon propose also for them a specific waterproof case.

    Nikon Coolpix 8700


    coolpix 8700

    metal structure of coolpix 8700


    metal structure of coolpix 8700

    Sony CCD8 Meg

    RVBE Sony CCD
    RVB plus Emerald

    Nikon launches also the Coolpix 8700, a bridge camera, new flagship Coolpix that has the same magnesium alloy ergonomic body than 5700 with a larger LCD monitor. It has an 8x zoom: 8.9~71.2mm/2.8~4 (like a 35~280mm in 35mm) with two ED (Extra-low Dispersion) lens elements and the new eight megapixels 2/3" type (8.8 x 6.6 mm with 2.7 µm pixel) CCD. This CCD is a four-color (RGBE) with a new Emerald pixel added to classic RVB. The Coolpix offers also many functions and AF and exposure modes.

    Nikon Coolpix 3200


    coolpix 3200

    Nikon Coolpix 2200


    coolpix 2200

    waterproof case Coolpix


    waterproof case Coolpix

    In January 2004, Nikon has announced the Coolpix 3200 and the Coolpix 2200. These two cameras are based around the same body (that is similar to the Coolpix 3100) and have a three and two megapixels CCD sensor respectively. They use the SD card that generalizes for mass-market cameras. Both have the same optical zoom lens that has a close 4 cm macro focus capability. This pair of entry level Coolpix digital cameras also feature 14.5 MB of built-in flash memory for storage without the optional SD card or for instance in an emergency when the SD card is full. Nikon has also introduced a waterproof case for these cameras.

    In November 99, the Coolpix 800 ends the new series with the same characteristics as the Coolpix 700 complete by a 2x optical Zoom-Nikkor lens.

    Nikon Coolpix 3700


    coolpix 3700

    Nikon Coolpix 5400


    coolpix 5400

    Available on November 2003, the Coolpix 3700 is an elegant camera that has a brushed aluminum body. It is also the first Coolpix camera to use SD memory and to allow for TV-resolution (640 x 480 pixels) movies at 30 frames per second (fps) with sound. It has a CCD of 1/2.7" of 3.3 millions of pixels(image size of 2.046 x 1.536 pixels and a 3x zoom Nikkor lens 5.4-16.2mm (like a 35-105mm in 35mm format). The Coolpix 3700 can record up to five hours of voice or 20 seconds of audio tagged to each image. Nikon has introduced with the 3700 a new rechargeable, Lithium-ion battery, the EN-EL5 that offers up to 200 shots between charges.

    Available on September 2003, the Coolpix 5400 retrieves the same design than Coolpix 5000 but the CCD of 2/3" was replaced by a CCD of 1/1.8" of 5.2 millions of pixels (image size of 2.592 x 1.944 pixels. It has a 4x zoom Nikkor lens ED 5.8-24mm (like a 28-116mm in 35mm format). It keeps the 28 mm wide-angle and allows pictures from 1cm to infinity.



    Nikon Coolpix 2100





    Nikon 2100



    Nikon Coolpix 3100





    Nikon 3100

     Nikon Coolpix SQ


    Nikon SQ

    Nikon has presented at the PMA 2003, three Coolpix cameras.

    The Coolpix 2100 is a first price model. It has, as the 3100, the design of the Coolpix 775 and 885.
    It possesses a CCD of 1/3.2" of 2.11 millions of pixels and a zoom 3x 4.7~14.1 mm/2.6~4.7 (like a 36-108mm in format 24x36). It has twelve view modes and, like all the Coolpix, it uses the CompactFlash™ card (CF) type I. It has a response time reply improved. Its price is $319 (March 2003 and only $99 in March 2005).

    The Coolpix 3100 is the same camera like the 2100 but has a CCD 3/2.7" of 3.34 millions of pixels and a zoom 3x 5.8~17.4 mm/2.8~4.9 (like a 38-115mm in format 24x36). It has fourteen view modes available and its price is $429 (March 2003 and only $199 in March 2005).

    At least, the Coolpix SQ is a numerical camera with a cube design of 8.5 cm by 8.5 cm and 2.5 cm of thickness. The lens is a classical zoom 3x 8~17.4 mm/2.8~4.9 (like a 38-115mm in format 24x36), that pivots as on the Coolpix 990, 995 or 4500. The CCD is a 3.34 millions of pixels for 3.1 real.
    Comparing to the 990, it offers, besides its compactness, an extremely speed of response time (SQ means Super Quick) and an ultra luminous LCD screen with contrast and retro lighting on 120.000 pixels. Its price is $549 (march 2003).

     

    Nikon Coolpix 3500


    coolpix 3500

    Nikon Coolpix 4300


    coolpix 4300

    The Coolpix 4300 was presented by Nikon the 30 of August 2002. It has the same design as Coolpix 885 with the 4.13 megapixels 1/1.8 inch CCD that is issued from Coolpix 4500. It has also a lens zoom 3x 8~24mm, like a 38~114mm in a 35mm format. It has also a 256 Segment Matrix Metering, a multi shot mode, twelve results programs, a high speed USB interfaces etc.

    The Coolpix 3500, launched in September 2002, for the Photokina has the same design and functions as Coolpix 2500 with 3.2 megapixels CCD. It has a lens zoom 3x completed by a numerical zoom 4x (allowing a theoretical variation of 12x of the focal).
    In 2003, it seems that amateur cameras pass from 2 megapixels CCD to more of 3 megapixels CCD.

     

    Nikon Coolpix 2000


    coolpix 2000


    Nikon Coolpix 4500


    coolpix 4500

     Nikon Coolpix 5700


    coolpix 5700

    Nikon has presented the 29 of May 2002, three models Coolpix.
    The Coolpix 2000 is a basic model, easy and ready to use. It has a 2.1 millions of pixels CCD and a zoom lens 3x 5.8~17.4 mm (like a 38~114 mm in format 135), with a direct access to Internet.

    The Coolpix 4500 retrieves the swiveling design and magnesium body in of Nikon's 900 series with a new CCD of 4 millions of pixels and a zoom lens 4x 7.85~32mm (like a 38~155 mm in format 135). It is the first Coolpix to have a panorama mode. It has also a superimposition mode and a mode allowing the correction of perspectives. It is available in June 2002 at the price of $999.

    The Coolpix 5700 is the first bridge camera of Nikon. It is built around a small CCD of 1/1.8" 5.2 and 5 millions of pixels and a magnesium body. It has a zoom 8x (like a 35~280mm in format 135) with two ED lenses and may accept two optical complements. The “reflex” finder of 5700 is an electronic finder as competitors. It is not an optical as the Olympus E10 and E20 that preserve seriousness favor. 5700 is rather the competitor of Minolta Dimage, Fuji FinePix and other Canon.
    Nikon has also presented a ring macro speedlight, the Cool Light SL1 specially designed for Coolpix cameras.
    This speedlight complete the other accessories dedicated to Coolpix series: wide and telephoto adapter, slide duplicator, macro lenses and so on.

    5700 display

    Coolpix 5700 display

    Nikon Coolpix 5000


    coolpix 5000

     

     

    Nikon Coolpix 2500


    coolpix 2500

    Available on the end of 2001, the Coolpix 5000 has a large 2/3" CCD of 5 millions of pixels (image size of up to 2.560 x 1.920 pixels), and a 3x zoom Nikkor lens 7.1-21.4mm (like a 28-85mm in 35mm [135] camera format) and a lot of sophisticated characteristics. We may retrieve the magnesium alloy body but we lost the original concept of two parts body.

    Introduced in the PMA 2002 of Orlando, the Coolpix 2500 retrieves the swivel design but without optical finder. This camera is for mass market and has a 1.5-inch TFT LCD monitor, a 3x Zoom-Nikkor lens with 5.6-16.8mm coverage (like a 37-111mm in 35mm [135] camera format) and a 2.0 effective megapixels for 1.600 x 1.200-pixel images and a lot of sophisticated characteristics.

    Nikon Coolpix 995


    coolpix 995

     

    Nikon Coolpix 885


    coolpix 885

     

    Nikon Coolpix 775


    coolpix 775

    Coming during spring 2001, the Coolpix 995 is an evolution of Coolpix 990 with the same 3.34 megapixels CCD but it has a new ion-lithium battery, an optical 4x zoom (like a 38 - 152 mm f:2.6 - 10.3), a pop-up built-in flash and receives CompactFlash™ type II card (including IBM microdrives 340M and 1Go). The body becomes squatter, its sizes go from 149 x 79 x 38 mm (for the Coolpix 990) to 138 x 82 x 40 mm.

    On the market in September 2001, the Coolpix 775 and Coolpix 885 are built on the basic of Coolpix 880, they are more compact and are also available in two colors silver or black. They have an optical x3 Nikkor zoom, a 5.8~17.4mm/2.8~4.9 for 775 and .8~24mm/2.8~4.9 for 885 (both like a 38-115mm in 135 format), a link USB and they receive CompactFlash™ type I card (and type II card for the 885). Like the 880 and 995, they are powered by a rechargeable specific battery (EN-EL1). The Coolpix 885 replaces the 880, it has a 1/1.8" CCD of 3.71 megapixels, 3.21 useable and a numerical x4 zoom and the new technology PIM. Its price is 900 $ The Coolpix 775 has a modest 1/2.7" CCD of 2.14 megapixels and its price is very aggressive (less than 450 $) and constitutes its major advantage.

    Nikon Coolpix 880


    coolpix 8800


    The Coolpix 880 was showed at the Fotokina in September 2000 and has many common functions with the Coolpix 990.
    In first the 3.34 megapixels 1/1.8 inch CCD. But it has 'only' a newly designed 2.5x lens zoom 8~20mm that is equivalent to a 38~85mm in a 35mm format.
    It has also a 256 Segment Matrix Metering, a multi shot mode, several results programs, a quick start button, a high speed USB interfaces, new algorithms and of course an internal LCD monitor.
    It is more compact than Coolpix 800 and is available in two colors silver or black.


    coolpix 990


    coolpix 800

    At the PMA of Los Angeles, Nikon showed in February 2000, the Coolpix 990, new version of the 950 model with a new 3.34 megapixels CCD and an USB plug for a data transfer of pictures at 2.5 sec.
    The battery life management has been also involved.


    coolpix 700


    coolpix 950

    In February 99, Nikon introduces two cameras with a New 2.11 megapixels 1/2 inch. They have a 256-element Matrix Metering system, a speed continuous shooting of up to 2 frames per second and stores up to 128 pictures on a 8MB removable CompactFlash™ memory card. They save images in uncompressed TIFF or one of 3 JPEG compression modes for different storage options

    Coolpix 700 has 4-steps digital zoom: 1.25x / 1.6x / 2x / 2.5x and High resolution 1.8" LCD display allows real-time viewing of shots.

    Coolpix 950 has a 3x optical Zoom-Nikkor lens and 4.746 steps autofocus control and Aperture and Shutter Priority exposure modes. It has a High resolution, 2" LCD display allows real-time viewing of shots.

    Digital cameras being subjected to the law of Moore: doubly performances of the sensors every year and reduction of the selling price. The sales increase quickly and numeric cameras become obsolete quickly.
    In 1998, professional CCD is 2 Meg pixel and mass market CCD are near of 1 Meg. Nikon introduces two cameras:

    Coolpix 600 has a sensor of 1024 X 768 pixels, an objective fixes 36mm, an optical finder, a monitor ACL of 5cm and a storage of the images on CompactFlash™. One can associate with the principal module, a flash.

    Coolpix 900 lays out to him of a sensor of a resolution of 1290 X 960 pixels, of a zoom three times 38~115 directional mm in a swiveling block containing lens and flash (like the AGFA ephoto 1280), of a monitor and a matrix measurement on 64 segments.

    Nikon Coolpix 600


    coolpix 600

     Nikon Coolpix 900


    coolpix 900

    Nikon Coolpix 100


    coolpix 100

    The first two Coolpix cameras are on the market in 1996. The basic model, the Coolpix 100 is really easy to use.

    It is powered with four standards AA batteries and it has a base plate with the PCCard format that allows a direct connection with a microcomputer without it being necessary to use a heavy interfacing.

    It has a built-in flash unit, a fixfocus lens of 6.2 mm with a 1/3 CCD of 330 000 pixels.
    The CCD is 512 by 480 pixels.

    Nikon Coolpix 300


    coolpix 300

    The Coolpix 300 has some of the same features of the previous model: a built-in flash, a fix-focus lens of 6.2 mm, a 640 by 480 pixels definition with the same 1/3 CCD.
    It has also an ACL display that allows the view of the pictures.
    These features are the same as the features of products of some other manufacturers as Casio but Coolpix 300 adds the possibility to write or to drawn directly on the ACL display.

    This original possibility changes the Coolpix 300 in a numeric notepad.

    These two cameras had to face a significant competition and were served by a rather high price in spite of their originality

    For US market, Nikon has developed some special releases of Coolpix cameras.

     

     pierre j.


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