Nikon CoolPix 910 (1998)

Mirror, mirror on the wall, what is the rarest camera of them all? The Nikon CoolPix 910 certainly is among the rarest of early Nikon digital cameras, next to the 950 Millennium Edition. The CoolPix 910 was announced 1998-10-13 by Nikon Japan. It was a short-lived camera and quickly became obsolete and disappeared from the market. The reason is unknown. Maybe because the 900S that was released the same month had all the features of the 910? We don't know and everything else is simply speculation because the 900S was an almost impossible to obtain digital camera too.

The CoolPix 910's body color was Cosmic Violet and the main improvements were reduced switching time, tone correction, improved recording speed of one image every two seconds and sequential recording of two frames per second in VGA mode. The CoolPix 910 was the sold only in Japan as an equivalent to the CoolPix 900S model.

 

Specifications

  • Brand: Nikon
  • Model: CoolPix 910
  • First mentioned: 1998
  • Marketed: yes
  • MSRP: -
  • Imager Type: 1.3MP 1/2.7" CCD
  • Resolution: 1280x960
  • Internal Storage: -
  • External Storage: Compact Flash
  • Lens: 3x zoom Nikkor 5.8 ~ 17.4 mm
  • Shutter: 1/4s - 1/750s
  • Aperture Range: F2.4 - F3.6
  • LCD screen size: 2" TFT
  • Size: 157 x 75 x 35mm
  • Weight: 360 gr.
  • Remarks: -

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