Nikon has decided to crowd the “point and shoot” market with a lot of cameras, 16 to be exact. A part of COOLPIX Spring Series 2014, the cameras range from basic point and shoots to the mega-zoom kind. Also Read - Fujifilm India to hold free online photography workshops throughout April
With the addition of these new units, the COOLPIX range now has a total of 21 cameras, available in 57 colours. The 16 new cameras (included in the above mentioned figure) are readily available across the country, says Nikon. Also Read - Nikon online photography classes are free for a limited time
Prices for the new cameras range between Rs 4,990 for the basic COOLPIX L29 and go up to Rs 23,950 for COOLPIX P600. Also Read - New ultrafast camera takes 1 trillion frames per second
The COOLPIX P600 comes with 60x optical zoom, can shoot up to Full HD (1920×1080 pixels) video with stereo sound. Positioned slightly lower, the COOLPIX P530 gets a 42x optical zoom and a maximum ISO sensitivity of 6400. The P340 offers a 5x zoom, and a fast f/1.8 aperture. It can also record Full HD videos, and make use of the shallow depth of field the f/1.8 lens offers. The whole range comes with Vibration Reduction to minimize shake in videos, and unintentional blur in photos.
|Extra Features||Wi-Fi, VR||VR||f/1.8 lens|
The COOLPIX S range of cameras offer up to 30x zoom in one of the models, and Wi-Fi and anti-shake features.
|Extras||Wi-Fi, VR||Wi-Fi, VR||Wi-Fi, VR||VR||Wi-Fi, VR||VR||Shockproof, Waterproof|
The COOLPIX L series get up to 34x zoom, and features that would interest people who have just entered the world of photography.
There’s also a new AW120 camera, that boasts shock-proofing and waterproofing. It can withstand falls up to approximately 2 meters, can survive temperatures as low as -10 degree celsius, and is dust-proof too. It’s priced at Rs 17,950.
|Extras||Shockproof, Waterproof, GPS, 6.9fps burst|