Nikon following Canon and Olympus in recent weeks has announced six new cameras today. However the two most interesting models are the Coolpix P1 (a Jessops exclusive) and the P2, both of which will offer wireless access to allow users to transfer images from the camera direct to a wireless enabled PC.

The two cameras will also offer wireless shooting that automatically transfers each picture to a selected computer as soon as it is shot and can be viewed with Nikon's PictureProject software. Wireless printing also delivers the convenience of cable-free direct printing to PictBridge-compatible printers.

The COOLPIX P1 and COOLPIX P2 will offer 8.0 and 5.1 effective megapixels respectively and feature a 3.5x zoom capability and powerful 36-126mm Zoom-Nikkor lens (35mm equivalent).

Both cameras allow the user to correct images in-camera featuring D-Lighting, The Portrait (Face AF) Mode, In-Camera Red-Eye Fix, 16 Scene Modes and seven movie modes.

Those not wishing to use the wireless connectivity mode will be able to save images down to the cameras 32MB of internal memory for the COOLPIX P1 and the 16MB of internal memory for the COOLPIX P2

The two models will be available at the end of September and cost 349.99 for the Coolpix P1 and £279.99 for the Coolpix P2.

Nikon also announced an update to the Coolpix S2, the COOLPIX S3, a swivelled lens COOLPIX S4, as well as the COOLPIX L1 and L101.