Nikon announced Wednesday two new compact Coolpix digital cameras with either 5.1 or 7.1 megapixel imagers.
Imaging Resource described the cameras as: "Both cameras -- at 5.3 ounces -- share a similar body with a Zoom Nikkor ED 3x optical zoom lens, 2.0-inch LCD display, Secure Digital and 13.5 megabytes of built-in memory for storage, USB connectivity, and switchable NTSC/PAL video output."
Both cameras have Nikonis Rey-Eye Fix technology to correct red eyes, 16 scene modes, and have NikonÕs new Face-priority AF function that ensures an accurate focus when shooting portraits by automatically sensing the presence of a human face within the frame and setting accurate focus accordingly.
The Coolpix 5900 will go on sale in March for US$349.95, while the Coolpix 7900 will follow in April for $449.95.
For more information on the Coolpix 5900, visit Imaging Resource.
The Coolpx 5900 at US$349.95.
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The Coolpx 7900 at US$449.95.