Fujifilm has recently announced four new additions to their J series compact cameras. The Finepix J150W, J120, J110W, J100 have the same 10 megapixel sensor with 5x optical zoom lens, but varies the LCD size and focal range. The J150 has 3″ LCD and offers a focal range of 28mm-140mm. The J120 has the same LCD size as J150 but with longer focal range of 28mm-175mm. Whilst the J110W (28-145mm) and J100 (28-175mm) have smaller LCD of 2.7″.
The FinePix J100, J110W, J120, J150W will be available in the UK from September. Pricing and will be announced nearer to the date of the launch.
This week Nikon also has introduced the Coolpix S60, a 10 megapixel camera with 3.5-inch high-resolution LCD touch screen features 5x zoom lens, 3x anti blur Vibration Reduction, Smile and Blink detection.
The Nikon Coolpix S60 will be available at the end of September 2008 for €349 / £299.99 / $349.95.
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Nikon has added four new ultra compact digital cameras to their S-series range. The S710 is a powerful 14.5 megapixel camera with 3x zoom lens, 3-inch LCD monitor, and VR. The S610C & S610 offers 0.7 second start-up time, 4x zoom lens, Wi-Fi, VR Technology and 3-inch LCD monitor. The S560 is a Sleek and stylish 10 megapixel camera with ultra-compact body, 5x zoom lens, Vibration Reduction, high ISO, and 2.7-inch LCD monitor.
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The Nikon The S710 will cost €329 / £299.99 / $379.95, available mid-September. The Nikon S610C and S610 will cost €319 / £249.99 / $329.95 and €299 / £249.99 / $279.95 respectively and be available in September. The Nikon S560 will retail for €249 / £179.99 / $249.95, available at the end of August.
Nikon has introduced the 13.5-Megapixel Coolpix P6000 features 4x wide-angle zoom lens (28 – 112 mm equiv.) with optical stabilization, 2.7″ LCD monitor (230,000 pixels), RAW Support, Optical Image Stabilization, and a built-in GPS function that will attach a Geotag with positioning information to image files which can then be used on Nikon’s ‘my Picturetown’ website.
The camera will hit stores in September 2008 and will be available for around $500/£429.99/€575.00.
Sony has introduced the 10-megapixel CyberShot DSC-T700 & T77 to replace CyberShot DSC-T70 and T30. The T77 camera is Sony’s thinnest model at less than 5/8 of an inch with a 3-inch, 16 x 9 touch panel LCD screen. Both cameras feature updated intelligent scene recognition technology, Smile Shutter™ and face detection technologies with child and adult priority, as well as high sensitivity shooting (up to ISO 3200), eleven scene modes, and in-camera image management.
The T700 model earns extra points as it has 4GB of internal memory and a hi-resolution 3.5-inch wide touch panel and it will be available in red, pink, gold, silver, and gray while the DSC-T77 will be available in black, silver, green, pink, brown.
Both models will be on sale in Japan September 5th and most likely worldwide soon thereafter for US$400 (T700) and $300 (T77)
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