In addition to the Nikon CoolPix P310, Nikon also added two other compact digital cameras to its CoolPix series. They are the CoolPix S9300 and S9200 which will enter the market as the successors of the CoolPix S9100. They cameras features a slim and compact form factor and are equipped with a thin 18x optical zoom NIKKOR lens that covers wide ranges of angles ranging from wide-angle 25 mm to super-telephoto 450 mm.
Both cameras also sports a 16-megapixel backside illumination CMOS sensor, it features the lens-shift vibration reduction to reduce blur and hand shakes when shooting indoor or in low lighting conditions. It is equipped with EXPEED C2 image processing engine, a few scene modes including Night Portrait, Backlighting and Night Landscape. Both S9200 and S9300 have a 3-inch LCD display, they are capable of recording Full HD videos with a 1920×1080 resolution and can playback recorded videos in slow motion at 1/2 or 1/4 the normal playback speed, or in fast motion at twice the normal playback speed for a comical effect.
Like the CoolPix P510, these compact cameras also comes with a built-in editing function, they offer an ISO up to 3200 and HDMI output for sharing recorded content on a larger screen. The S9200 is the basic model and the S9300 gets an extra function, it comes with built-in GPS chip to record location data for each shot and log your movement or even when you not taking any photos. Nikon plans to release the GPS-equipped CoolPix S9300 on the US market in the colors of Black, Red and Silver for $249.95, while a Blue option will be available for other markets. The CoolPix S9200 comes in Blue, Champagne, Silver and Black.