Nikon Coolpix A Hands-on Photos

March 5, 2013 | Mark Goldstein | Digital Compact Cameras | 7 Comments | |
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Want to see exactly what the new Nikon Coolpix A compact camera looks like in the flesh?

Check out our extensive hands-on gallery of 48 photos of the Nikon Coolpix A compact camera, including a side-by-side comparison with the new P330 model.

The new Nikon A has the potential to be a street photographer’s dream camera - proven DX-format 16 megapixel sensor, fast f/2.8 28mm lens, an optional optical viewfinder, all housed in a compact body that easily fits in a jacket pocket. The auto-focus on the pre-production Coolpix A that we briefly tried was a little sluggish, but we’ll reserve judgement until we review a final sample in a few weeks time.

A gallery of 48 photos of the Nikon Coolpix A compact camera.

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#1 JS

Under new management??? Cam we expect more new exciting products or...

9:21 am - Tuesday, March 5, 2013

#2 Cutter

Hmmm....A Nikon DP1, must have been difficult to think that far out of the box ! :-)

10:34 am - Tuesday, March 5, 2013

#3 Ken

Don't know how well this will sell. For $100 more the Fuji x100s gives you more advanced chip technology, more advanced eye level viewfinder technology and a one stop faster lens.

3:14 pm - Tuesday, March 5, 2013

#4 JS

Trust me, a year from now it will sell for $600 or less...

4:59 pm - Tuesday, March 5, 2013

#5 AKH

Wow. Great looking camera.

10:20 pm - Tuesday, March 5, 2013

#6 Dave

When Nikon puts their mind to it, they can make really good cameras. If they can speed up the AF to match the J1, then this will take some of the shine off of the Sony RX100.

1:39 am - Wednesday, March 6, 2013

#7 shamel

Huge camera, double priced.For what it costs it could have crocodile leather grip and gold plated edges. For the camera and the viewfinder, you can buy a D7100 with a correct lens. Nikon sucks.

1:42 pm - Wednesday, March 6, 2013