Nikon's Coolpix S800c, the first in a line of photo and video capture devices running the Android 2.3 operating system, was accompanied by S6400 and S01 when it debuted.
S01 is the smallest and lightest camera that Nikon ever made, for the Coolpix line at least. It is smaller than a business card and weighs under 100 grams (96g), but it still has a touch panel (2.5-inch, approximately 230k-dot TFT LCD monitor).
It relies on a 10.1-megapixel CCD image sensor and a 3x optical zoom lens to shoot photos and 720p format video.
Nikon also included various filter effects (Vivid color, Black-and-white, Sepia, Toy camera effect, Soft, Fisheye, Miniature effect and Cyanotype).
To that list are added special effects like Nostalgic sepia, High-contrast monochrome, High/Low key, applicable prior to capturing photos or films.
There is even an option through which the camera automatically chooses the best scene mode when pointing at an object.
Nikon S6400 is a larger and stronger camera, with a 16-megapixel backside-illuminated CMOS sensor and 12x optical zoom.
It has its own share of effects (Quick Effects like Pop, Super vivid, Painting, High key, Toy camera effect, etc.) and touchscreen (3-inch TFT LCD). Video quality can go as high as 1920 x 1080p/30-fps full-HD, with Stereo Sound.
Furthermore, Nikon tossed in the Target Finding AF subject identification technology, which predicts the portion of a frame that the camera should focus on, whether or not the subject is in the center.
Nikon has fully detailed the Coolpix S cameras here
, but has also posted individual product pages. Coolpix S6400
is priced at $362 / 290 Euro and Coolpix S01
should sell for $179 / 143-179 Euro. Shipments will begin next month (September 2012).