Nikon COOLPIX S-series cameras that propose new possibilities for digital cameras–a Wi-Fi® compatible model equipped with Android™ OS, an extremely compact model that fits in the palm of the hand, and a slim, high-power zoom model operated via a built-in touch panel
Nikon (NINOY) on Wednesday officially announced the Coolpix S800c, the company’s first Android powered camera. The 16-megapixel shooter supports a 10x optical 25-250mm zoom lens and is capable of recording videos in full 1080p HD at 30 frames per second. As previously reported, the device features a 3.5-inch OLED display along with built-in GPS for location tagging and Wi-Fi connectivity for easy uploading. The S800c comes preloaded with various Google (GOOG) apps — Gmail, Google Maps, YouTube, and so on — and also has access to more than 500,000 apps in the Play Store.
“With the new COOLPIX S800c, Nikon designed a camera for users looking to capture stunning images and videos with a compact digital camera but also want to share their content with their friends and family in a familiar way,” said Bo Kajiwara, Nikon’s VP of marketing, planning and customer experience. ”Now users can connect easily and instantly with their social networks through the wireless connection, and take advantage of the vast possibilities of the Android Operating System. The new S800c is truly the easiest way to share amazing images on the spot.”
• The Coolpix S800c has Android 2.3 Gingerbread and it comes with Google+, YouTube, Google Maps and Gmail.
• The camera let the users transfer high-resolution photographs and videos over WiFi to smart devices running either Android or iOS.
• Nikon’s Coolpix S800c is not the first, or only, digital camera using Android.
For more details visit: www.nikon.com
Source: Yahoo News