TOKYO, Japan – Nikon has released three new high-end COOLPIX S-series cameras – S6400, S800c with Android, and the S01.
The Nikon S800c is designed to serve as a part-substitute to smartphones (of course, it is not equipped with calling and texting functions) for the reason that it runs on Android 2.3 and supports Wi-Fi connectivity which allows to browse social networks, and to use a number of Google apps that come preloaded, such as Google+, YouTube, Gmail and Google Maps. Coming to specs, it is equipped with a 3.5-inch OLED touch panel screen, CMOS image sensor with an effective 16 megapixel count and with a 10x optical zoom lens. The Nikon S800c is able to record 30fps full-HD movie with stereo sound and dramatic or fast-motion playbacks too.
The slim compact camera, S6400 touch panel, features a CMOS image sensor with an effective 16 megapixel count. Its sensor allows to take pictures rapidly and it is capable of 12x optical zoom. Two of the highlighting features among the advance photographic functions of this device are Target Finding AF where camera automatically recognizes the intended subject when focused on, and Quick Effects which allows to capture images with special effects. Lastly, the S6400 can record a 30fps full-HD movie with stereo sound.
Finally, the third camera, Nikon S01, is said to be the smallest and lightest digital camera of the Nikon COOLPIX series, measuring 77 x 51.2 x 17.2 mm and weighing just 96g, which easily fits in palm of a hand. It is made with durable yet thin stainless steel. The device is loaded with 10.1 megapixel CCD image sensor and 3x optical zoom lens. It features special effects and filter effects, and has 2.5-inch TFT LCD with touch panel, and records movie in 720p HD format.