Posts Tagged ‘L810’
Point-and-shoot refreshes may not get you all hot and bothered like some new, networked DSLRs might, but Nikon’s doing its best to reinvigorate the category. Announced today, the new line of Coolpix digital cameras crams an assortment of dedicated features — Intelligent Auto, ultra-zoom and ruggedization — into a spread of budget-friendly, 720p HD-capable offerings. The leader of this updated bunch, the L810, combines a 26x (22.5mm-585mm) lens, 19 exposure settings and a 3-inch LCD screen with VR image stabilization for users who want to get up close and personal without compromising detail. While the bar-lowering L26 makes the art of imaging a bit simpler and removes that pesky need for photographic know-how, capturing pictures using a 5x Zoom-NIKKOR lens in tandem with its array of automatically-selected scene modes. And for the accident prone amongst you amateur Ansel Adamses, the company’s S30 packs a 10.1MP sensor and 3x wide angle lens into a drop-resistant, waterproof shell. These three digital imaging amigos are available starting this February in an assortment of colors, with the L810 retailing for $ 280 and its category siblings pegged for $ 120 each. Head on past the break to peruse the official presser and get the lowdown on the extended feature set.
Gallery: Nikon Coolpix L810, L26 and S30