As much as we would all love to own expensive cameras that can take images in stunning quality and give us controls to all aspects of the cameras, that is obviously not possible, but if you’d rather have a compact camera to take photos rather than rely on your smartphone, then you might be interested in two new cameras Nikon has recently announced.
The company has recently taken the wraps off two new cameras with affordable price tags. This comes in the form of the Nikon Coolpix L32 and the Nikon Coolpix S3700. Starting with the Coolpix S3700, this is a camera that will come with WiFi and NFC connectivity, allowing the user to transfer photos and videos wirelessly, as well as controlling the camera remotely.
The Coolpix S3700 will feature a 20.1MP CCD sensor and will come with an 8x optical zoom lens with Lens-Shift Vibration Reduction technology which should hopefully address any camera shakes. It will come with Subject Tracking that is able to keep track of the subject and keep it in focus. It can also record 720p HD videos and comes with a bunch of effects.
Next up is the Coolpix L32. The camera will also come with a 20.1MP CCD sensor will has an Easy Auto Mode that will allow the camera to make the decisions for you when capturing images, which is great for the novice photographer who would rather spend less time tweaking and more time capturing. The Coolpix L32 also has the ability to record videos in 720p HD quality and comes with 5x optical zoom and a 3-inch LCD.
According to Nikon, both the Nikon Coolpix S3700 and Coolpix L32 will all be available in February 2015 with the former available in Silver, Red and Pink and priced at $140, while the latter will be available in Red and sold for $120.
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