Nikon Coolpix P600 Sample Images

March 15, 2014 | Mark Goldstein | 9 Comments | |
Nikon Coolpix P600 Sample Images Image

Ahead of our full review, here are 71 sample images and a 1080i movie taken with the new Nikon Coolpix P600 compact camera.

The Nikon Coolpix P600 is a superzoom camera featuring a massive 60x zoom lens equivalent to 24-1440mm.

A gallery of 71 sample images and a 1080i movie taken with the Nikon Coolpix P600 compact camera.

Nikon Coolpix P600 JPEG Images

Sample Movie

This is a sample movie at the highest quality setting of 1920x1080 at 25 frames per second. Please note that this 7 second movie is 56.2Mb in size.

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#1 vauve

No samples visible ?

4:44 pm - Saturday, March 15, 2014

#2 dave

wow, my canon sx120 shoots better pictures and my asus tablet shoots better video

3:20 am - Sunday, March 16, 2014

#3 MarioV

Missing options for RAW and 1080p60 video is annoying.. though I thought the video quality was quite good.

The lens quality and stabilisation is excellent.

4:23 am - Sunday, March 16, 2014

#4 Kurt

ISO 100 is a bad joke, all other is a disaster. I don’t know a smartphone with so bad image quality. 30x Zoom, f2.8 and a sensor with 1/1,7” would be perfect for a bridge cam.

8:41 am - Sunday, March 16, 2014

#5 MarioV

Yes, I would certainly be very interested in that.

And if PanaCanikon are listening, make sure it has a good quality EVF, raw, hot shoe, 1080p60 video and able to do tele-macro.

10:54 am - Sunday, March 16, 2014

#6 Auto Motive

First off the images shown are shot by a person that does not understand the features of the camera.  I have a Nikon P500 and learned every aspect of shooting with it thru trial and error. 
Using zoom Program mode is paramount and a tripod a must.  My pictures up to 8x10 rival DSLR quality and some of my diehard DSLR friends amazed.  The images represented here are terrible.  Check out Flickr images taken with the P series camera and be amazed yourself.

1:21 pm - Monday, March 24, 2014

#7 Fabio

    I never trust the sample images , so I decided to go for it, but really this camera is a step back when compared to the Nikon P520, it may be a little bit faster , but the sensor shows more noise, the lens are not as sharp and the LCD is smaller.
  It may take a 52 mm filter but it is too small and there’s some vignetting, much worst when using a polarizer.
    Noise reduction must be set to high and that degrades image qualtiy, the P520 makes better images with a normal setting, also sharpnesss can’t be set to the highest level, and that setting can be used in the P520.
  It’s not a bad camera and can produce some nice images, the night shot without tripod is quite good, but the P520 can do that too and if you wan’t to use P mode and shoot handheld at speeds like 1/10 or even 1/5 to keep low ISO the VR does the job in getting a sharp image. VR also seems to be better on the P520.
    So what’s left for the P600 ? The extra 440 mm, the P520 digtal zoom is excelent and in my tests on bright subjects the P600 may have some advantage after some sharpness applied, but not really .
    Ther’s a new manual focus that enhances the area in focus, I use manual focus a lot in my macros with the Raynox 250 , thought that this feature could compesate for the smaller LCD but no , it’s not really practical and only works with subjects that are clearly and well separetd from each other, the Bigger P520 LCD allows me to see what’s in focus and so I can easily get bug’s eyes sharply detailed.
      Moon and bird modes adds nothing for anyone who knows photography .
    The P520 problem is somewhat slow operation and shutter delay, but the P600 also shows that, it’s not a super fast camera like Nikon advetises.
      After spending US$500,00 on this camera my recommendation is , get the P520 while they still are around, it’s not perfect, but image quality is outstanding, something thtat this new Nikon

12:49 pm - Friday, March 28, 2014


I have a Nikon P600. I am not satisfied with the sharpness of my photographs. I get sharper pictures with my Soney HD20. Please advise.

2:48 am - Monday, October 13, 2014

#9 Auto Motive

When you complain about the sharpness of your photos is it in program zoom auto ???  Are you using a tripod on low light shots or when using long zoom?  I shoot on auto most of the time in good light and P mode for zoom shots.  I sharpen the images in Picasa from Google and the images come out great.  I have a Canon Pro 100 and the pop on my images can’t be better.  Use a tripod and try P mode.  Take several shots from the different modes and write down each shot to examine afterwards.  Shooting in the am and late afternoon is best outdoors.

5:21 pm - Monday, October 13, 2014