Nikon have added no less than six new cameras to their existing Coolpix easy-use range, including an update to the popular P7000 by way of the P7100.
Set for official launch on September 21st, the P7100 comes packed with several new features to add on to the impressive arsenal already boasted by the current model, which include an articulating LCD, additional creative filters, front control wheel and AE lock for video shooting. The same zoon lens and 10 megapixel sensor are used as can be found in the previous model.
The new AW100 is set to be the very first foray by Nikon into the rugged camera market. This 16 megapixel device is certified for underwater use to a depth of up to 33 feet, can function fully in temperatures as low as 14 degrees Fahrenheit and can also survive a drop of up to five feet without sustaining any damage. The AW100 also features GPS, HD video capture and the option to change settings by shaking the camera to allow single-handed operation.
Another notable addition is the S1200pj, which represents the next generation of the Nikon projector camera line. The 14 megapixel camera has a 3 inch LCD and can also output projected images to a size of up to 60 inches.
These devices along with the S100, S6200 and S8200 are all earmarked for the same approximate release timeframe and are expected to command enormous sales ahead of the holiday buying period.