For the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) that begins tomorrow, January 8 and runs through January 11, Nikon is announcing two Nikon 1 mirrorless cameras, two new lenses, a new Coolpix S6500, and finally the D5200 is official for North America. For of all, the D5200 was already announced for Europe and Asia last November. It has a 24MP DX sensor and a swivel LCD screen. However, I was in Hong Kong a month ago, and I looked all over the place and could not find one. In the US, the D5200 is: $899.95 with the 18-55mm DX AF-S VR kit lens $799.95 body only Two Nikon 1 mirrorless bodies: J3: 14.2MP CX format sensor, $599.95 with the 10-30mm VR kit lens S1: 10.1MP CX sensor, $499.95 with the 11-27.5mm kit lens, without VR. This is the new entry-level model, but some of the remaining J1 are still available new at a lower price. Mirrowless lenses (the "crop factor" is 2.7x for CX): 6.7-13mm/f3.5-5.6: a wide zoom equivalent to 18-35mm for FX, $499.95 10-100mm/f4.5-5.6: This lens is different from the previous 10-100mm, which is a power zoom, i.e. the zoom function is controlled by a motor. The new lens has a traditional manual zoom ring, $549.95. Coolpix S6500: $219.95 Unfortunately, there is still no successor to the D300S or D7000.