Nikon India just has confirmed to Techsnapr that the company will be bringing its latest revealed Coolpix S800c Android-powered camera in the country by October. Aside of S800c, the company will also be launching four new products in its COOLPIX series of digital compact point-and-shoot cameras.
Apart from the Nikon Coolpix S800c Camera, the other models include Coolpix P7700, L610, S6400, and S01.
The Coolpix S800c is an Android 2.3 Gingerbread running built-in WiFi camera, comes featuring a 16MP CMOS sensor, an f/2.3 aperture with 10x optical zoom, and a 3.5-inch — approx 819k-dot widescreen OLED monitor. Featuring 1080p video capability, the shooter has circa 25mm to 250mm focal range.
It also has access to wide variety of apps from the Google Play Store. Users will be able to edit their images using popular apps like Instagram or Pixlr-O-Matic, as well as ability to share them anywhere directly from the camera itself.
Moving on, the features and specs for other four models are following below.
Nikon Coolpix P7700:
- 3-inch TFT LCD display at 921 k-dots
- 7.1x optical zoom NIKKOR lens
- f/2.0-4.0; 1/1.7-inch aperture
- CMOS image sensor
- 1080p full-HD video capability with stereo sound
Nikon Coolpix L610:
- 14x optical zoom NIKKOR lens
- Focal range from 25-350mm (35mm format equivalent)
- CMOS sensor at 16 million pixels
- Recording at full-HD (1920 x 1080p/30 fps) with stereo sound
- AA batteries
Nikon Coolpix S6400:
- 12x optical zoom NIKKOR lens
- CMOS image sensor at 16 million pixels
- Records at full-HD 1920 x 1080p/30-fps
Nikon Coolpix S01:
Featuring smallest and lightest body in COOLPIX history; All-new GUI; and Nikon’s Imaging Power with advanced shooting and editing functions.
The company, however, didn’t reveal the price tag for its Coolpix lineup. Nikon said that the price and availability info will be revealed in September. We suspect S800c to be priced around INR 20,000 or above at the launch, as it’s already available in the US for $350. The camera is expected to go on sale in October 2012. Head over to Nikon India’s website for more. For more photos, go here.