So, Nikon went ahead an refreshed their Coolpix line, like they do every year. In this case, the Coolpix AW100 is a rugged point-and-shoot camera, which can shoot geo-tagged 16-megapixel shots and full 1080p video at depths of 33 feet underwater, temperatures as low as 14-degrees Fahrenheit, or after a drop from up to five feet (nice!). The AW100 will cost $379.95 and be available in the colors of black, blue, and orange. So that’s nice going there Nikon.
The second P&S camera worth mentioning here is the Nikon Coolpix P7100, with the same 10.1-megapixel sensor found in its predecessor, the old P7000, but instead adds an articulating LCD screen, which is incredibly useful or just plain annoying, depending on your uses of LCDs on cameras in the field. It will cost $499.95. Lastly, to round things off are the S8200, S6200, S1200pj, and S100 — the S1200pj is the most interesting of the latter because of its ability to project an image to an iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch, complete with 20 lumens of light — for $429.95. Check out the Nikon source link if you are so inclined. The new pack of Coolpix cameras come out in September.
Via: Nikon USA