Nikon's First Rugged Cam (!), Super Bright Projector Mutant Camera and…

So Nikon announced about a million new cameras today, including its first go-anywhere, do-whatever-the-hell-you-want-to-it point and shoot. It's like when Gizmo eats after midnight, except with Nikon cameras instead gremlins. Here's a quick rundown on each of them. » 8/24/11 10:44am 8/24/11 10:44am

Nikon P90 24X Superzoom Can See American Underpants From London or…

Nikon's P90 doesn't boast the mightiest barrel of the increasingly ridiculous superzoom subset of digital cameras—that's Olympus's crown to wear—but 24x is serious step-up from the P80 and trumps Canon's latest. » 2/02/09 11:00pm 2/02/09 11:00pm

Pixels for Pistols Trades Guns for Digital Cameras

Pixels for Pistols is a Toronto-based effort by the Henry's camera chain allowing anyone to trade in a gun, no questions asked, for a Nikon Coolpix S52 or Coolpix P60 camera. That's it. You give a gun and get a camera in an effort to get rid of unused guns that could be stolen and misused for crime. Lasting for four… » 10/22/08 2:45pm 10/22/08 2:45pm

Nikon Coolpix P6000 Gets Leaked, Rumored to Deliver an Absurd 13.5…

What looks to be the upcoming Nikon Coolpix P6000 has leaked, showing a picture of the high-end point-and-shoot as well as some of the specs and a purported release date of this August. Most notable is an absolutely-bananas 13.5-megapixel sensor, which should provide you with pictures large enough to print billboards… » 7/07/08 5:37pm 7/07/08 5:37pm

CoolPix S52 and S52c: Nikon Updates Its Most Popular Point-and-Shoots

After making waves in the DSLR world, Nikon renewed its push in the point-and-shoot market with the slender feature-loaded camera you see before you. It's had slightly different model names over the past two years, but its newest incarnation, the $250 9-megapixel 3X-optical-zoom-equipped S52, is pretty slick. You get:
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