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2014-02-07 08:26:55

From Super Zoom to Super Slim, the New COOLPIX P600, COOLPIX P530, COOLPIX S9700 and COOLPIX P340 Offer New Ways for Users to Express Their Creativity MELVILLE, N.Y., Feb. 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Nikon Inc. announced the latest additions to its impressive lineup of COOLPIX cameras that offer incredible optics and great performance. With a myriad of easy-to-use, creative features, the 60x zoom COOLPIX P600 and 42x zoom COOLPIX P530 provide super-long zoom lenses and the...

2013-12-02 23:24:48

Top 10 List of the Best Cyber Monday Deals 2013 Released by http://www.aboutdeal.net. The List Ranks the Top 10 HDTV, Tablet,Computer, Audio, Theater, Camera, Video Game, and Cyber Monday Laptop Deals for 2013. (PRWEB) December 02, 2013 Top 10 List of the Best Cyber Monday 2013 deals and sales information will soon be posted on Aboutdeal.net. For those who want to save money this holiday season, they can learn more about the price of the product on the website. The criteria for selecting...

2012-02-01 22:45:00

B&H Photo is excited to share the release of the newest Nikon COOLPIX digital cameras–a breakthrough in digital cameras. NYC, NY (PRWEB) February 01, 2012 B&H Photo will be one of the first retailers to stock the new Nikon CoolPix digital cameras. This marquee camera is both extremely functional, as well as aesthetically pleasing and features many of the bells and whistles found in the more expensive cameras by Nikon. The Nikon Coolpix P510 Digital Camera offers a massive...

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