Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Nikon Announces Four portable camera which equipped with Andrews for the first time

Nikon released four Fall New - COOLPIX P7700, the COOLPIX S800c, COOLPIX S6400 and the COOLPIX S01, the COOLPIX S800c with the Android system and built-in Wi-Fi, as Nikon's first powered intelligent system camera. 

The COOLPIX S800c support Android system and built-in Wi-Fi, its operation is similar to the smart phones and wireless network connection, the user can use the camera to upload photos and videos to social networking sites or equipped with Android or iOS operating system of smart devices. The camera is also built-in GPS module can record the location information (latitude and longitude) of the image. Other hardware the COOLPIX S800c configuration 1,602 effective megapixels back-illuminated CMOS image sensor and a 10x optical zoom NIKKOR lens, 3.5-inch 819,000-pixel widescreen OLED touch screen.

COOLPIX P7700 COOLPIX series as the new flagship models, equipped with a 1/1.7-inch 12.19 million pixel back-illuminated CMOS image sensor, 28mm-200mm f/2-4 Nikkor lens, macro mode can be as close as 2cm, 3 inches can be flipped wide viewing angle TFT LCD display.

COOLPIX S6400 is equipped with 1,602 effective megapixel backside illumination CMOS image sensor, 12x optical zoom Nikkor lens with a focal range from 25mm to 300mm (equivalent to 35mm [135] format picture angle), 460,000 pixel 3-inch touch screen with full HD video recording function.

COOLPIX S01 is a model history of the COOLPIX lineup is the most compact and lightweight body even than credit card size, body weight is about 96g the COOLPIX S01 configure 1,014 million effective pixel CCD image sensor, 3x optical zoom lens, 2.5 inch to about 230,000 pixel TFT LCD touch screen.

The face of the impact from smart phones, the competition in digital camera market increasing fierce, the Nikon COOLPIX S800c launched their own first equipped with Andrews, also the news that Sony's upcoming release by the end of NEX series micro single APP installation, it seems that the mainstream imaging manufacturers have begun changing camera intelligent.

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