Wednesday, 1 February 2012

Nikon Coolpix S9300 is the New King of S-Series Camera`s

Nikon has half a dozen new Coolpix S-Series digital cameras that intend to deliver advanced functions without coming up short on style and design. The highlight of this group would be the S9300 (although the S9200 does come close in comparison), where both are high-power zoom models which feature 18x optical zoom NIKKOR lenses, and thanks to the backside illumination CMOS image sensor and lens-shift vibration reduction (VR) system that are incorporated within, you can be sure of shooting great looking photos even when there is very little natural light around. The Coolpix S9300 will come with an integrated GPS function in order to make geotagging of your photos far easier, and you can also opt to record movies and stitching them together as a single file later on – right from the camera itself.
As for the S6300, this new model caters for the popular high-power, compact zoom model class, and despite a 10x optical zoom NIKKOR lens, it still has one of the most compact bodies in its class. Capable of shooting 16 megapixels in an image, it also has a lens-shift vibration reduction (VR) function, and does Full HD movie recording capability. The S4200 and S3200 will be slim and stylish models which will have improved zoom function and built-in VR, and apart from that, Nikon has managed to slim down the chassis even more compared to its predecessors.

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