I'll have more information in my blog on each one of these cameras closer to their actual release dates, beginning next month. For now, though, here are brief descriptions of all seven new Nikon cameras.
- Coolpix AW110. The AW110 ($349.95) can work in up to 59 feet of water depth.
- Coolpix L28. The L28 is the least expensive 20-megapixel camera on the market with an MSRP of $119.95.
- Coolpix L820. You'll find a 30X optical zoom lens in the L820 ($279.95).
- Coolpix P520. With a 42X zoom lens, the P520 ($449.95) follows in the footsteps of the popular P500.
- Coolpix S31. The S31 ($199.95) combines basic waterproof capabilities with basic photography capabilities.
- Coolpix S5200. The colorful S5200 (pictured here, $179.95) has a 3.0-inch LCD and 16MP of resolution.
- Coolpix S9500. The thin S9500 ($219.95) has a 22X optical zoom lens.
In addition, Nikon has announced two lenses for its D-series of DSLR cameras: The AF-S Nikkor 18-35mm f/3.5-4.5G ED ($749.95) and the AF-S Nikkor 800mm f/5.6E FL ED VR ($17,899.95). The lenses will be available beginning in March, and I'll publish more details on them later, too.
Photo courtesy Nikon