Nikon Launches 4 new Coolpix Series in India – P, S, L and the AW series

by April 22, 2013 0 comments

With an intention to widely expand its market in India, Nikon launched its brand new range of Coolpix cameras in the country starting at just Rs. 4990. The range includes the P, S, L and the AW series. The launch is expected to contribute around 5 percent to Nikon’s global revenue, which sounds quite impressive.

Nikon Coolpix P SeriesThe Nikon Coolpix P series includes the most popular P520 and the P330. With 42X zoom and 18.2 megapixel sensor, the P520 is one of the best gizmos Nikon has ever come up with. The P330, on the other hand features a decent 12.2 MP sensor. Both the cameras are perfect ones for those planning to try their hand in photography.

The Nikon Coolpix S series aka the ‘Style Cameras’ are tagged as the most reliable point-and-shoot cameras ever built. Priced at somewhere between Rs. 6000 and Rs. 19000, these come equipped with a Wi-Fi connectivity feature.  The series includes S31, S2700, S3400, S3500, S5200, S9400 and S9500.

Finally, the Nikon Coolpix L series which holds a bit of almost all camera features. The most talked about model in the series is the L820 that features a powerful 16 MP sensor and a 30X optical zoom. Quite close to the L820 is the L320 with a 26X zoom and a 16.1 MP sensor. For those just getting started might want to opt for the L27 and the L28 both featuring a 5X zoom. These will cost you somewhere between Rs. 4990 and Rs. 15990.

By offering its Indian fans the latest in the world of photography; Nikon aims at securing the number one camera manufacturer in the country. Currently Nikon is the second largest camera maker in India. However, with its recent decision to flood the India market with its latest gizmos, it seems like the company is all set to grab the topmost position.







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