For people not interested in such a long zoom, Nikon also unveiled the Coolpix S5200 and L28, which will retail for $179.95 and $119.95 when they are released in February. The S5200 is a 16.1-megapixel shooter, with a slim profile and 5x 26-130mm f/3.5-6.5 lens. It's one of the more affordable cameras we've seen to bring built-in Wi-Fi to the party, and also has optical image stabilization. The L28 is a bit less exciting, but for a $120 pricetag, you can't be too surprised about that. As with so many entry-level compact cameras, it's powered by AA batteries, and in this case packs a surprisingly large 20-megapixel resolution. It has a 5x 26-130mm f/3.2-6.5 lens, and a rather sedate 30inch, 230,000-dot LCD.