Contrary to popular belief, traditional digital cameras are not on the verge of extinction. Though it’s true that smartphone cams continue evolving and progressing at an unbelievable pace and also, smart cameras seem to be unexpectedly catching on.
And yet how could anyone think there’s not enough place for everyone in the tech world when Nikon announces seven digital cameras in February and then a month later another four? The newest gadgets are all part of the Coolpix family and go by the names of A, P330, S3500 and L320.
The first is the most impressive, but also the priciest of the bunch, being scheduled to go for a whopping $1,100 starting later this month. The Coolpix A offers DSLR image quality in a small and very portable package, which is a dreamy scenario for anyone passionate about photography.
You get an astounding 16.2 MP DX-format sensor, an all-glass 18.5 mm prime lens with an f/2.8 aperture and ISO sensitivity ranging from 100 to 25,600. In one word, perfection!
The other three new cams are a lot more run-of-the-mill, so we’ll go through them quicker. The P330 is very compact, comes with a 12.2 MP sensor and a $380 price tag, the S3500 is a $140 stylish point-and-shoot with a 20.1 MP CCD sensor, while the L320 wraps it all up with a nice bow, a 26x lens, a 16 MP CCD sensor and a $240 starting price.
Via [Nikon Rumors]