Nikon has released four new point-and-shoot cameras to its Coolpix S-Series that will be available later this month and in a limited range of colors. The S3300 is the cheapest of the four, going for $140 and featuring 16 megapixels, 6x zoom, 19 picture modes and 720p. Next up is the S4300 that will retail for $170 and adds a touchscreen control to the S3300’s features. Then there’s the S6300 priced at $200 that has 10x zoom, a 16-megapixel CMOS sensor, 10880p video recording and an Easy Panorama mode. Finally, the S9300 is the highest model in the range, going for $350 and also has a 16-megapixel CMOS sensor as the S6300, but also features a GPS for geotagging, and 18x zoom.
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