The Nikon 1 AW1 is the first interchangeable lens camera that can accompany you from the top of a mountain to the bottom of a lake.
Nikon's Coolpix L620 offers 14X zoom range; further specializes long lens point and shoots.
Connected cameras are a growing trend, and Nikon is adding Wi-Fi features to a number of new Coolpix models announced today.
The company announced two new additions to its Nikon 1 series and two new Nikon 1 lenses Monday at CES 2013, including its smallest mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera to date.
The second-generation compact interchangeable-lens camera offers a new sensor, a new image processor, and new in-camera controls.
The Coolpix S9300 is an 18X-zoom pocket camera with very simple controls, but its image quality takes a big step backward when matched against that of its excellent predecessor.
The 16-megapixel Nikon Coolpix S800c runs Android Gingerbread and has a suggested retail price of $350.
With an F1.8 lens, manual exposure controls, and a much lower price than its premium point-and-shoot rivals, the pocketable Coolpix P310 offers excellent bang for the buck.
The Nikon 1 J2 is a slightly different version of its predecessor, with new creative photo modes, revamped lens technology, and a lower price.
A faster burst mode, a new image processor, a microphone input jack, and an optional wireless adapter highlight the Nikon D3200's new features.