Nikon & T-Mobile Team Up For Hotspot Access For The COOLPIX S51c

Posted: Sep 13 2007, 12:54pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:50am CDT, in News | Portable Devices

Nikon & T-Mobile Team Up for Hotspot Access for the COOLPIX S51c
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Nikon’s COOLPIX S51c digital camera is WiFi enabled to allow you to upload your images directly online from a hotspot with the Picture Main Button on the phone. The camera also features an 8.1-megapixel image sensor, image stabilization, 3x optical zoom and a 3-inch LCD screen.

Nikon announced today that they have made a deal with T-Mobile to allow users of the camera access to T-mobile hotspots nationwide. The free access along with the Nikon Picturetown services allows the emailing of images to friends and family with greater ease.

"Nikon leads the photographic industry in wireless technology," says Bill Giordano, General Manager, Marketing, COOLPIX, Nikon Inc. "Nikon's all-new 'my Picturetown' service allows S51c users to email their images to family and friends across the globe or upload them to Nikon's photo archiving service. The partnership with T-Mobile USA provides customers with the opportunity to share their images easily and seamlessly from a variety of locations." The Nikon COOLPIX S51c retails for $329.95.

Via Nikon

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