Nikon announces its first Android camera, Wi-Fi and GPS
After a wait full of rumors, Nikon has finally introduced its first camera with Android operating system. The new compact is classified within the popular Coolpix line and hit the market with firm intentions to change the way we create and share our memories.
The combination of features of the Nikon Coolpix S800c , make it much more than just a camera. With its 3.5 inch screen, 16-megapixel CMOS sensor and 10x optical zoom, you can capture high quality images and full HD 1080p video with stereo sound. By having Android operating system the possibilities are virtually limitless, because you can install applications to edit images directly in the device and applications immediately share the pictures on various social networks or email them, using all features found in a smartphone, including access to the Internet via Wi-Fi and GPS use.
Additionally, it has a 1.7 GB internal memory and accepts SD memory card / SDHC as external storage media. How you can see from the pictures, the design is clean and simple controls.
It is worth remembering that this is not the first camera with Android listed on the market since early this year, the Polaroid SC1630 ventured , while Panasonic also is considering to enter the market of “smart cameras”.
Returning to the Nikon S800c, is expected to arrive the first cameras in stores for the month of September (although no exact date). It will be available in two colors (black and white) for about $350, a price well above other cameras with compact Coolpix family.
No doubt its features are very attractive, and in the case of Nikon, we can be sure that we will find a camera with an incredible performance, but will have to wait to see how it influences price in your reception from users.Tags: Coolpix, Nikon, S800c, Smart Cameras