Nikon has introduced a couple of new cameras this evening, most notable among them being the new Nikon 1 J4 interchangeable lens compact camera. With the camera comes several features, as well as bragging rights for being the world's fast continuous shooting camera when using auto-focus tracking.
Nikon is always working on new digital cameras and some rumored specifications for a camera set to launch soon have now surfaced. The camera in question is the Nikon P700 compact ultra zoom. This camera isn’t to be confused with the Coolpix P7000 camera that Nikon launched back in 2010. The biggest feature that the rumored specs highlight is a big 1-inch Aptina made image sensor.
Nikon has taken the wraps off its new 1 V3 digital camera, a compact offering with what the maker is hailing as a world's first for interchangeable lens cameras: 20FPS continuous shooting when using AF tracking. In addition, the camera is said to have the shortest lag time of all cameras in the same category.
The DSLR market is a highly competitive one, and the relatively newer high-def HD-SLR will probably be even more so. Now Nikon is outing its latest D series flagship that it is poising to take the HD-SLR world by storm, delivering the best photo in any environment, lighting condition, or speed.
Photography aficionados, both professional and hobbyists, can now get their hands on the Nokia Capture NX-D software for their RAW image editing needs. Starting with its beta testing phase today, Nikon will be providing the RAW image processing and adjustments software to users and testers free of charge.
The last of the new digital point and shoot cameras that Nikon has unveiled today is the Coolpix S32. This camera is designed to be easy to use and family friendly with the ability to survive splashes and drops. The S32 promises to be easy enough to use that anyone in the family can take their own photos.