Comments: 0Wednesday, October 9th 2013 - 10:54 CEST
Nikon announces two new compact cameras in its Coolpix line up: the connected Nikon Coolpix S6600 with vari-angle LCD screen, built-in WiFi for easy sharing and a 12x zoom NIKKOR lens; and the ergonomic Nikon Coolpix L620 with enhanced zoom and Full HD movie. Taking stunning self-portraits just got easier with the addition of the Nikon Coolpix S6600’s vari-angle screen, specifically designed to help compose images and shoot from high or low angles, eliminating the guesswork required for taking a self-portrait picture at arm’s length. What’s more, Gesture Control allows you to shoot stills or video and even control the zoom with a swipe of your hand when the screen is in self-portrait mode.
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Comments: 0Sunday, September 29th 2013 - 09:31 CEST
Nikon introduced the new Coolpix L620, an easy to handle compact camera with a versatile 14x optical zoom lens that makes it easy to shoot amazing images and Full HD video up close or from a distance. A great companion for the always on-the-go individual looking to capture special moments, the L620 offers user friendly features such as Scene Modes, Easy Auto Mode, Special Effects and Target Finding AF, as well as Full HD video recording at the touch of a button.
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Comments: 0Thursday, November 5th 2009 - 23:24 CET
Isobar interactive agency Molecular, Inc. announced its collaboration with Nikon to create an innovative mobile applications for the Apple iPhone handset that provides people with quick, easy access to both educational and inspirational photo information right from their mobile phone. The free software application, called Nikon Learn & Explore is available for download. Molecular was responsible for design, implementation and QA of the Learn & Explore app, as well as all modifications to the Content Management System. Molecular has been working with Nikon USA since 2007 and is the agency responsible for creating Nikon’s current website.
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