April 1, 2010
Design Awards for Nikon cameras
Nikon has announced that they have received reddot design awards for their COOLPIX S1000pj and the D5000 cameras.
The awards will be presented July 5, 2010. More on the reddot award can be found at its homepage.
From Nikon's Press Release:
The COOLPIX S1000pj (released in October 2009) offers 12.1-million pixels, a 5× optical zoom NIKKOR lens, and is the world's first* compact digital camera to offer a built-in, ultra-compact projector. It offers superior basic performance with support for high sensitivities and built-in camera shake compensation functions.
The D5000 (released in May 2009) is a Nikon DX-format digital-SLR camera with a CMOS image sensor offering a pixel count of 12.3-million pixels. It is the first Nikon digital-SLR camera to be equipped with a vari-angle monitor that enables live view shooting from a variety of angles with great flexibility.
Posted by joef at April 1, 2010 2:01 PM