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S1, T7 killer


the new Nikon camera has the form factor of the original Sony T1, and looking more like the T33. it has the same concept with prism assisted vertical zoom, so that the lens will not prtract outwards. i'm not really a big fan of this technology, always liked the protruding lens, but that's just me. this design will allow the camera to be much more compact especially in the width. the S1 is a 5 mega pixel, 3x optical zooming powerhouse. it has in camera software to edit your point and shoot efforts, as the target group is not the prosumers. this camera can lighten the dark areas and help you compose the photo and keeping any skill what so ever to a bare minimum. it has 17 preset modes, and even the focus is assisted (4 types)so that it doesn't necessarily have to be centered.a lot of new cameras have this, but very few are in such a small form factor. in addition the 2.5 inch screen will allow replay and display. with 1.8 frames per second this camera is no slow poke and like most cameras now, it can capture video with audio at 15 fps (not that fast) rated at 200 images per charge, you will find yourself out of memory before you finish off the batteries. start up time of 1 second, you'll be up and shooting at whatever object, person or place you wish and with the addition of a "help" menu, you can even act like you know what you're doing. but i think with a Nikon in your hand, image quality can't be far from perfect and for once, they finally have a good looking compact... pretty enough to finally bare the name "coolpix" [equipbug]




photos courtesy of nikonimaging.com
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11:57 AM

I WANT ONE NOW    



11:19 PM

i know you're a NIKON fan. and it's about TIME you got a camera. i bet your phone takes better photos than your ancient thing!    



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