Nikon brings you portable performance to give your photography an adrenaline injection with the release of its new enthusiast-level DX format camera, the 24.1-megapixel Nikon D7100.
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Nikon today announces two new additions to its range of powerful super zoom cameras. Combining an astounding NIKKOR 42x optical zoom lens with advanced lens-shift vibration reduction, 8.0-cm (3.2-in.) vari-angle LCD monitor, Full HD movie recording and built-in GPS, the P520 is ideal for passionate photographers who want the versatility of a huge focal range in a compact body. Meanwhile, the classic-looking L820 packs in a NIKKOR 30x extreme wide-angle optical zoom lens but is easy to carry and simple to use. It boasts a 16-megapixel CMOS sensor, 7.5-cm (3.0-in.) LCD monitor, lens-shift vibration reduction, and Full HD video recording.
Nikon today boosts its COOLPIX range with three new compact cameras, including two high zoom options and two models with built-in wireless image transfer for instant image uploading to a compatible smart device. The 18.1-megapixel S9500 with Wi-Fi offers an incredible 22x optical zoom, a 7.5-cm (3.0-in.) OLED screen and built-in GPS. The 16-megapixel S5200 with Wi-Fi has a NIKKOR wide-angle 6x zoom lens and a high-resolution (460k dots), 7.5 cm (3.0-in.) LCD screen. Finally, the 18.1-megapixel S9400 packs in an 18x optical zoom NIKKOR lens and 7.5-cm (3.0-in.) OLED screen. All models feature a back-illuminated CMOS image sensor, lens-shift vibration reduction and Full HD (1080p) movie recording.
Nikon today unveils four new additions to its range of COOLPIX cameras, including an expert in underwater photography: the robust AW110 outdoor camera, which can be taken to a depth of 18 metres and offers Wi-Fi for sharing experiences as they happen. Meanwhile, the waterproof, shockproof and dustproof 10-megapixel S31 is a sturdy yet simple camera that the whole family can use. Finally, two new L series cameras, the L27 and L28, make capturing quality images and movies effortless.
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