After weeks of rumors and leaked photos, Nikon has finally officially announced its new Coolpix S800c compact camera – the company’s first camera to be powered by Android OS. It’s designed to be a powerful point-and-shoot that offers the versatility of app-based mobile phones.
On the photo side of things, the camera features a 16-megapixel CMOS sensor and a 10x Nikkor VR-equipped zoom lens (25-250mm in 35mm terms).
Other features include 8fps burst mode, creative filters built into the camera, 1080p HD video recording with full stereo sound, built in GPS, and a 3.5-inch OLED touchscreen.
You can visit B&H website for more details and specs of the new camera. The camera will be available starting next month in white and black flavors. It’ll have a price tag of $350. You can pre-order the new Nikon Coolpix S800c on B&H.