Published on August 23rd,2012 at 12:55 PM
By >Daimaou - G.G-B

Nikon a annoncé aujourd’hui le Coolpix S800c, le premier appareil photo compact sous Android

Nikon announces today the Coolpix S800c, the world first Android based Point & Shoot

Nikon a annoncé aujourd’hui le COOLPIX S800c, son premier appareil photo numérique Wi-Fi sous Android. Tournant sous Android 2.3.3, le Coolpix S800c vous permet non seulement de bénéficier des avantages basiques d’Android tels que d’être connecté à n’importe quel autre périphérique nomade ou ordinateur, mais aussi d’accéder au magasin Google Play ainsi qu’aux applications et aux jeux, ainsi qu’à tous les réseaux sociaux disponibles et compatibles avec les appareils sous Android.

Équipé d’un processeur Coretex A9, le S800c est non seulement un appareil Android très performant, mais aussi un appareil photo de très bonne facture avec le moteur de traitement de l’image EXPEED C2 et un capteur CMOS rétro-éclairé 16Mpix, en plus du zoom optique 10x.

Le S800c est aussi capable de filmer en 1080/30p, possède 1.7GB de mémoire interne ainsi que le support des cartes SDHC, un GPS, et un superbe affichage OLED 3.5″ !

MELVILLE, N.Y. – Today, Nikon Inc. announced the innovative COOLPIX S800c, Nikon’s first Wi-Fi compact digital camera to incorporate Nikon’s powerful camera imaging technologies and the boundless capabilities of an Android Operating System (OS). Designed for the always connected individual, the S800c delivers the high picture quality and superior performance expected from a Nikon camera coupled with communication functions and app-based versatility of a smartphone or tablet.

The new S800c answers the call for users who need the ability to capture photos and HD video with amazing clarity and color, yet offers a familiar portal to connect to social networks and popular imaging applications through an Android Operating System. With the introduction of the S800c, beautiful images can now be confidently and quickly shared with friends and family.

“With the new COOLPIX S800c, Nikon designed a camera for users looking to capture stunning images and videos with a compact digital camera but also want to share their content with their friends and family in a familiar way,” said Bo Kajiwara, Vice President of Marketing, Planning and Customer Experience, Nikon Inc. “Now users can connect easily and instantly with their social networks through the wireless connection, and take advantage of the vast possibilities of the Android Operating System. The new S800c is truly the easiest way to share amazing images on the spot.”

Powerful Images Are What Connects Us
What sets the S800c apart from connected devices is the focus on the quality of images that people can share. Features such as the spectacular 10x NIKKOR zoom lens and the 16-megapixel CMOS sensor affords the ability to create photos and HD video with unrivaled sharpness and clarity, whether up-close or at a distance, even in challenging lighting conditions. The S800c helps users to create images they will be proud to share, while offering connectivity and additional benefits to users, including:

Optical 10x Zoom NIKKOR Lens: covering from wide-angle 25-250mm, so either the largest group or action from afar is captured with clarity that can only be accomplished with a quality lens. Additionally, the lens is bolstered with Nikon’s VR optical image stabilization for blur-free photos and stable HD video, even while handheld.

16 Megapixel Backside Illuminated (BSI) CMOS Sensor: Much larger than the CCD sensor traditionally found in smartphones or tablets, this BSI CMOS sensor excels in challenging lighting conditions, and provides images with vivid colors, low noise and exceptional contrast and sharpness.

Powered by Android: The camera’s connection features allow users to seamlessly connect, browse and upload to their social networks, including Google+™, Facebook and Twitter. Users can also take advantage of the full functionality of Android technology to surf the web or even download applications and games onto their S800c. Just like a smartphone or tablet device, the camera has the opportunity to run camera-specific photo and video applications, yet enables the various benefits of shooting with a real camera.

Google Play™: The S800c provides access to a vast world of applications for games, productivity and personal communication/ email, including Nikon’s photo storage and sharing site, my Picturetown®. Users are also able to watch video downloaded from Google Play right on their camera.

The Benefits of COOLPIX Camera Technology: With the EXPEED C2 processing engine, users will enjoy rapid response and speedy performance from their device. Additional benefits include the ability to use a camera flash to illuminate subjects, while continuous drive mode captures up to approximately 8 frames-per-second (up to three shots) to help ensure no moment will be missed. What’s more, a variety of scene modes and creative filters keep it fresh and let the user easily create stunning images.

Full HD Video: The S800c makes it easy to capture Full HD 1080p HD video with amazing fidelity and sharpness, with full stereo sound. Video clips can be instantly uploaded to popular video sites such as YouTube™ and Vimeo®.

Built in GPS: Ever wanted to track a weekend excursion or geo-tag a hard to find shooting spot? The GPS function enables recording of shooting location information on stills and movies.

Easy Settings, Easy Connection, Instant Gratification
Smartphone and tablet users will feel at home with the S800c’s familiar controls and operation, and will be able to easily navigate using the wide and bright 3.5-inch touchscreen OLED monitor. The camera will connect to the internet via granted access to any Wi-Fi network. Upon connection, the user will be prompted through an easy-to-understand set-up process, similar to that of other Android devices. The COOLPIX S800c also has the ability to connect through WPS for a fast and secure push-button connection. Additionally, when a Wi-Fi connection is not open or available, the camera can transmit images and videos wirelessly to a smartphone or tablet, allowing the user to share better images through a mobile network.

COOLPIX core technologies also make it easy for users to create share-worthy images. Various camera modes help the user achieve the greatest shot, whether it’s a macro shot of tonight’s cuisine or a scenic HDR shot of downtown, the image is instantly ready to share. For maximum creativity, the S800c has 18 filter effects, including the new Toy Camera effect, Pop and Super Vivid color filters, as well as Cross Process and Peripheral Darkening filters.

Price and Availability
The S800c will be available in September 2012 in both White and Black for a suggested retail price (SRP) of $349.95*. For more information about this COOLPIX camera, or other Nikon products, please visit www.nikonusa.com.

Via Nikon
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Nikon announces today the Coolpix S800c, the world first Android based Point & ShootNikon announces today the Coolpix S800c, the world first Android based Point & ShootNikon announces today the Coolpix S800c, the world first Android based Point & ShootNikon announces today the Coolpix S800c, the world first Android based Point & ShootNikon announces today the Coolpix S800c, the world first Android based Point & ShootNikon announces today the Coolpix S800c, the world first Android based Point & Shoot
Nikon announces today the Coolpix S800c, the world first Android based Point & ShootNikon announces today the Coolpix S800c, the world first Android based Point & ShootNikon announces today the Coolpix S800c, the world first Android based Point & ShootNikon announces today the Coolpix S800c, the world first Android based Point & ShootNikon announces today the Coolpix S800c, the world first Android based Point & Shoot
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  • benwillis

    A ce niveau là, il devrait faire téléphone… :)

 

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