It’s been awhile since we’ve brought you news about Nikon’s point-and-shoots. Today, the company announced two additions to its CoolPix line, the S52 ($249) and the S52c ($279), both of which will ship in May. Both cameras have nine-megapixel resolution, 3X optical zoom, optical image stabilization, a 3-inch LCD, and ISO up to 3200. The difference between the two is that the S52c has Wi-Fi, allowing users to e-mail pictures from the camera. It also has intergration with my Picturetown, Nikon’s photo sharing service. Through this service, users can send pictures to friends and family, publish them to Flickr, and link to blogs and social networking sites. Users can also send pictures to Blackberry devices for viewing. Like other cameras we’ve seen recently, the S52 and S52c have iTunes integration, allowing users to add their favorite songs as background music to in-camera slide shows.