Nikon Introduces Four S-series Coolpixes
<div class='os_post_top_link'><a href='http://www.dcresource.com/news/newsitem.php?id=4452' target='_blank'>http://www.dcresource.com/news/news...tem.php?id=4452</a><br /><br /></div><p><img src="http://images.thoughtsmedia.com/resizer/thumbs/size/600/dht/auto/1328113443.usr15670.jpg" /></p><p>After the excitement (or disappointment) of the P-series cameras, here are the more standard releases. Let us start with the <strong>S9300</strong> travelzoom camera. It has an 18x optically stabilised 25-450mm equivalent f/3.5-5.9 zoom lens, a 16 megapixel backlit sensor, 1080p video at 30 FPS, a 3" VGA LCD, and built-in GPS. Ships in March for US$350.</p><p>Next up is the S9300's little brother, the <strong>S6300</strong>. It has the same 16 megapixel backlit sensor, but a shorter 10x optically stabilised 25-250mm equivalent f/3.2-5.8 zoom lens. The LCD is a smaller one, at 2.7" with just QVGA resolution. GPS is also not present, but at least the same 1080p 30 FPS video is still present. Ships in March for US$200.</p><p>After that are a pair of budget compacts, the <strong>S4300</strong> and <strong>S3300</strong>. Both use a standard 16 megapixel CCD, a 6x optically stabilised 26-156mm equivalent f/3.5-6.5(!) zoom lens and 720p video. The main difference between the two is that the S4300 uses a 3" HVGA touchscreen, while the S3300 uses a 2.7" QVGA screen. The S4300 will ship in March for US$170, while the S3300 will go for US$140. More details and images at the read link.</p>
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