CES 2013: Two new Nikon compact cameras announced

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CES 2013: Two new Nikon compact cameras announced

Nikon has announced two new compact cameras due to the Coolpix S-series.

First up will be the Nikon S6500 which has a 16MP back illuminated CMOS sensor, Wi-Fi technology built-in for simple sharing of images with a smartphone plus a 12x standard zoom lens with an equivalent focal length variety of 25-300mm.

The S6500 even offers five new Glamour Retouch effects, including Brighten Faces, which brightens skin tones, and Whiten Teeth, which makes teeth appear whiter.

In addition, the S6500 lens has Nikon's VR system to help reduce the impact of vibration that may blur images captured at telephoto focal lengths.

Nikon has also given the S6500 its Smile Timer with Continuous mode where the camera captures approximately five images continuously and saves all of them, and also Best Shot Selector Mode (BSS), which captures approximately five images continuously and saves one that best captures the smile.

Like the S2700, the S6500 camera has Target Finding AF mode, when the camera tries to focus automatically around the most suitable subject by simply pointing the digital camera at it. There's also a Scene Auto Selector, that automatically sets the optimal scene mode, and Face Priority AF that automatically detects and focuses on human faces.

Full HD movie recording with stereo audio is also possible with all the S6500 as well as a movie recording pause function. The latter enables multiple clips to get recorded intermittently and combined automatically in to a single file for one continuous movie. Users can also edit movies to trim selected scenes in the footage.

Coolpix S2700

Aimed in the beginning time camera owners, the Nikon S2700 has Nikon's Scene Auto Selector mode where the camera appraise the subject and automatically selects the best scene mode from a choice of six including Portrait, Night portrait, Landscape, Night landscape, Backlighting , Close-up.

Nikon S2700

In addition, the S2700's Special Effects menu allows users to apply colour and tone adjustments ahead of shooting. Meanwhile the Filter Effects allow post-capture edits without the need for a computer.

This camera even offers a 6x zoom lens with a focal length range similar to 26-156mm in 35mm terms.

Like the S6500, the S2700 has Target Finding AF and Motion Detection that automatically boosts the shutter speed if camera-shake or subject movement is detected.

The price and availability dates with the Nikon S2700 and Nikon S6500 have yet to get announced.

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