This week, Nikon has announced a bevy of new DSLR and point-and-shoot cameras to its well established line of digital cameras. We are seeing everything from a high-end DSLR designed for stargazers to a rugged Coolpix model that claims to handle just about everything that you can throw at it. All-in-all they’ve released the details on two DSLRs and nine COOLPIX cameras. Head below for full details on the DSLRs and our standouts amongst the point-and-shoot models.

Amongst the nine COOLPIX models that we detailed by Nikon, there were three that stood out amongst the lot. These three offer a wide variety of options and features for everyone from the weekend warrior to someone just entering the photography world.

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The P610 is an upgrade from its predecessor, packing a 16MP sensor as well as expected features such as NFC, GPS and vibration reduction. Available in black or red with a 3-inch LCD and viewfinder as well as a 60x optical zoom, this camera will retail for $497 and is available for pre-order today.

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Next up is the AW130, designed for the off-road adventurous type with its water, shock and freeze-proof design. It can shoot full 1080p HD video and has built-in GPS, WiFi with NFC and a 5x zoom. This camera will ship in three colors, black, blue and yellow, with a pre-order price of $347.

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Finally, from the COOLPIX line is the L840 which offers some upgraded features at a lesser price tag than the P610. It has a 16MP sensor, shoot full 1080p HD video and has a 38x zoom. It also has a flip-out LCD with built-in WiFI and NFC connectivity. It will retail for $297 with black and red color offerings.

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As we noted above, Nikon also previewed two DSLRs ahead of the upcoming shooting season. First is the D810A with is designed specifically for deep-sky astrophotography and has the feature set to match. This DSLR is a tweaked version of the highly-rated D810 and features a high-resolution sensor, low-pass filter and low noise ISO unto 12,800 designed for capturing long distance night photos. It has a 36.3MP sensor and a magnesium alloy body and shutter for a long lifespan. This DSLR is available for pre-order now with a price tag of $3,797.

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Last, is a new videographer’s kit centered around the D750 DSLR that is already available from Nikon. In addition to the camera are three lenses (35mm, 50mm and 85mm) as well as a ME-1 stereo microphone, two lithium batteries, 58mm and 67mm Variable Neutral Density filters, an Atoms Ninja 2 Video Recorder and a HDMI cable. It will retail for $3,997 and is available for pre-order today.

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