Nikon has announced a bunch of new cameras all of which are compact point and shoots.
First up, the Coolpix A is the first DX-format compact for the company. The camera sports a 16MP APS-C CMOS sensor with an 18.5mm (28mm equivalent) prime lens with a maximum f/2.8 aperture, quick autofocus performance and a manual focus ring. This set is able to produce DSLR like image quality and depth-of-field. Additionally the camera features hot shoe with i-TTL compatibility, a dedicated mode dial and an adapter ring that accepts a lens hood or 46mm filters. It can transmit images wirelessly via WU-1a WiFi module. The camera allows to shoot 12 bit or 14 bit RAW images and the ISO range shoots all the way up to 25, 600. The camera goes on sale starting March for a suggested price of $1100.
Next, the Coolpix S3500 is a budget point and shoot with a CCD sensor. Aimed at casual photographers the camera sports a 20.1-megapixel CCD sensor, a 7x, f/3.4-6.4 optical zoom lens and a QVGA LCD. However, for $139 you also get lens-shift optical image stabilization, or Vibration Reduction (VR).
Lastly, the P330 is the successor to the P310. It packs a new larger 12.2MP BSI-CMOS sensor along with 24-120mm (equivalent) F1.8-5.6 optically-stabilized zoom lens. The ISO range starts from 80 and cranks up to 3200. It comes with built in GPS and offers WiFi via WU-1a WiFi module. The camera is also capable of capturing NRW/RAW images. You can grab one coming March for around $360.