Nikon has also revealed the Nikon Coolpix S01 a diminutive point-and-shoot which the company claims is the world's smallest compact digital camera to date. A high-zoom camera with large display and fast, high-sensitivity CMOS sensors.
Nikon S01 uses Nikon's Expeed C2 sensor image-processor, as well as coming with built-in Xenon flash. This compact camera will sport a 10MP CCD image sensor and has a smaller and lighter in virtually every dimension than the iPhone 4S smartphone.
Sport a 3x optical zoom lens and comes with a 230k-dot 2.5 touchscreen display panel. This S01 has a fairly tried-and-true, consumer features set for size and the cost you’re not going to expect an enthusiast flagship model. Nikon has had to think about how best to optimize the camera for touch control and the answer is a four-segment home screen that keeps thing as simple as possible. Even for first time point-and-shoot users, various functions can be comfortably accessed through touch operation.
Measuring just 77 x 51.2 x 17.2 mm, this entry-level camera feels extremely compact and weigh only 96 grams. Pack in great image quality into an ultra-compact and stylish camera body, allowing users to be ready for fun and spontaneous shooting ability. There are 6 applicable scene modes such as landscape, portrait, night portrait night landscape, close-up and back lighting as well as Easy Auto Mode that automatically picks the best one for you.
“ By tapping a subject, the shutter is automatically released when focus and exposure are fixed while various image effects set prior to shooting can be applied to pictures. Additionally,simple in-camera retouching of photos can help the user relive their perfect memory,” Nikon stated.