Nikon had an interesting development to announce recently: new Coolpix 2200 and Coolpix 3200 digital cameras that sport new, slim designs, new and enhanced features, and 2.0 and 3.2 megapixels, respectively. The 2200 can produce pictures up to 1600 x 1200, with prints as large as 8 by 10 inches, and the 3200 can reach 2048 x 1536 resolution, with prints as large as 11 by 14 inches.
Both cameras feature a new LED light that cuts down on red-eye and helps auto focus in low-light environments, as well as 3x optical Zoom-Nikkor lenses, 14.5MB of internal memory and SD memory card slots, 15 scene modes, new Panorama Assist mode, 5 Creative Color options, a blur warning that alerts you when a picture won’t be sharp, battery life that lasts up to 320 shots, and in-camera editing tools that crop, imprint dates, and more.
In addition, both cameras offer three movie modes, with sound included on the Coolpix 3200, that record until the SD memory card is full. They’ll be available in February for US$199.95 (Coolpix 2200) and $299.95 (Coolpix 3200).