Nikon presents the good, bad value cams Coolpix S5200, L28

Nikon track recorded for the budget-friendly point-and-shoot was a bit mixed up the last two years, and that does not look like it will change for 2013.

On one side you have the Coolpix S5200, an update of the S4300. Priced at around $ 180, it looks like a pretty decent camera for the money. In front is a 6x f3.5-6.5 26-156mm lens. At the rear is a 3-inch LCD screen, and is within 16-megapixel backlit CMOS sensor, as well as Wi-Fi to send pictures and movies for iOS or Android devices for display or sharing.

The shooting options are based automatic fare, but thanks to the CMOS sensor, you get 1080p video capture. The sensor should also help with low-light pictures, which is good considering the lens is slow both ends.Then Coolpix L28 there is.

Presumably for consumers who just want as much as possible in their camera megapixel point-and-shoot, the $ 119.95 L28 has a 20 megapixel CCD sensor.

For the price (which will undoubtedly fall below $ 100 in a few months), you also get a 5x f3.2-6.5 26-130mm lens, and a 3-inch LCD screen (same as you can Coolpix L26 located on 2012).

Powered by AA batteries, the A28 is fully automatic, so it is best for people who want to take the occasional snapshot that does not own a phone with a decent camera in it.

Coolpix L28 both the S5200 and arrive in February.
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