Nikon Unveils Incremental Updates with the D7200 and P900


Hark! Nikon has two new cameras: the D7200 and Coolpix P900. The former is the next iteration of the Nikon D7100 with 0.1 more megapixels, no optical low-pass filter, increased buffer capacity and built-in wi-fi. It also sports an ISO range of 100-25600. The D7100 tapped out at 6400, though it could reach 25600 in extended mode. The D7200 sports HD video, and Nikon’s created a wireless lavalier microphone for all Nikon users: the ME-W1.

Speaking of sports, one of the biggest problems with the camera when shooting sports was the buffer. It’s been increased quite a bit over its predecessor.

Specs alone, we imagine the D7200 would be a fine choice for students, beginners and enthusiasts.

The Nikon D7200 will be available in April 2015 for $1,199.95 body only or $1,699.95 with the 18-140mm f3.5-5.6.

The P900 is a camera of the Coolpix variety with a long 83x zoom range. It has a 16MP 1/2.3-inch CMOS sensor with HD video capabilities and a burst capacity of 7 fps. The lens has a 35mm-equivalent focal range of 24-2000mm, and the aperture is f2.8 at its widest and f6.7 at its longest. At the widest end, there’s a shutter lag time of 0.12 seconds and 0.75 seconds at its longest.

Specs alone, we imagine this’d be great for travelers who don’t want to change lenses.

The Nikon Coolpix P900 will be available in black in April 2015 for $599.95.

Head one for image samples and full spec lists.

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Nikon Introduces a Slew of New Point-and-Shoots, Including Superzooms and Rugged Models


Nikon today announces a whole bunch of new point-and-shoots at once, among which are superzooms, rugged models and an enthusiast’s compact. The Coolpix AW120 and S32 are both water- and shockproof, with the former being aimed at the outdoor photographer, and the latter being touted as a camera for the whole family. The P600, P530 and S9700 are all superzoom models, sporting zoom factors of 60x, 42x and 30x respectively. And finally, the P340 is a Coolpix A-lookalike with a smaller sensor and a bright 5x zoom lens. All the details after the break.

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Nikon Introduces P7800 Compact with EVF, and LD-1000 LED Light

Nikon Coolpix P7800

As an update to its P7700 enthusiast’s compact, Nikon introduces the P7800, which adds an electronic viewfinder into the mix. The P7800 sports the same bright 28-200mm f2-4 superzoom lens, but thanks to the added EVF has to do without the third control dial on the top. The display measures 3″ and sports an RGBW pixel matrix for improved visibility under bright lighting conditions. Both the articulated rear display an the EVF sport 921k dots. The sensor also apparently remains the same 1/1.7″ BSI-CMOS with a pixel count of 12.2 million. In addition to the P7800, Nikon also introduces an accessory LED light that can be used with all Nikon compacts that sport a tripod mount. Details after the break.

Via Nikon Rumors

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Nikon Shows Off New Compact Cameras In Different Parts of the World


Nikon has released the full details on their Coolpix P330, Coolpix L320, and the Coolpix S3500, all of which are new entries into the compact camera battle. On the European side, the Coolpix L320 is a super-zoom compact camera with a 26x wide-angle optical zoom lens. For the Americans, the Coopix P330 looks to challenge Canon’s PowerShot S110 in both specs and price. Lastly, the Coolpix S3500 is a fun and colorful compact shooter for the entry-level photographer.


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Nikon Announces New Coolpix L610 and J2

The point and shoot market received another addition; and so did the mirrorless camera market. You’re looking at the new Nikon Coolpix L610: a compact superzoom camera that comes in three pretty colors. Otherwise though, the highly rumored Nikon J2 is also being announced. Replacing the J1, it is the camera aimed at the point and shoot market for the most part.

Specs, photos, and all that jazz are after the jump.

Edit: B&H Photo has the J2  and the new lens available for pre-order

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