Nikon continues with reinforcements, but now they are in the sphere of rugged cameras. After introducing the ultimate Nikon D810A, and expanding its Coolpix series, Nikon now launched a Nikon Coolpix AW130 and a Nikon Coolpix S33.
Nikon Coolpix AW130 brings a 16MP CMOS sensor, a 24-120mm lens with 5x optical zoom, 7 fps continuous shooting, a 3" 921.000-dot OLED screen, it offers 1080/30p video, as well as Wi-Fi with NFC, and GPS. It can endure pressure underwater to the depth of 30m/100ft, falls from the height of 2.1m/7ft, as well as temperatures to -10C/14F.
As for the Nikon Coolpix S33, it is somewhat weaker regarding all the characteristics, so it exhibits a 13.2MP sensor, a 30-90mm lens with 3x optical zoom, 4.7 fps continuous drive, a 2.7" 230.000-dot QVGA LCD screen, its video capabilities are 720/30p, and it is not equipped neither with Wi-Fi, nor GPS. When it comes to its durability, it is waterproof to the depth of 10m/33ft, shockproof from 1.5m/5ft, and it is also freezeproof to -10C/14F.
Both the Nikon Coolpix AW130 and the Nikon Coolpix S33 will come up for sale in March, and their prices will be $349 and $149, respectively.
The news was taken from NIKON.