Nikon has a large, and very yellow presence at this year's show, and the Japanese manufacturer has a lot to show off. 2012 has been a busy year for Nikon, and crowds several people deep are lining up to get their hands on the latest releases, including the 12MP Coolpix P7700 - arguably Nikon's most interesting high-end Coolpix for years.
Let's not forget about the DSLRs though - the D3200 is drawing eager crowds, and for a lot of the attendees at this year's show, this will have been their first opportunity to get 'hands on' with the perennially backordered D800. The recently-announced D600, Nikon's 'budget' 24MP full-frame offering, has a stand all to itself.
Nikon's stand is very big and very yellow.
For some reason, there seems to be an unofficial competition between manufacturers, to see who can hang the most TV screens from the ceiling...
The Nikon D600 is generating the most interest on the Nikon stand - with a large crowd attracted by its high-end feature set and full-frame sensor...
...and competitive price-tag.
The Nikon J2 closely resembles the J1 but adds a higher resolution screen...
...and is now available in orange (finally!)
The Coolpix P7700 offers a brighter lens than its predecessor but retains the same zoom range.
That 28-200mm equivalent, F2-4 zoom makes the camera considerably more flexible than the P7100.