Nikon Coolpix P7800 Sample Images

October 7, 2013 | Mark Goldstein | 4 Comments |
Nikon Coolpix P7800 Sample Images Image

Ahead of our full review, here are 49 sample JPEG images and a full 1080p HD movie taken with the new Nikon Coolpix P7800 compact camera.

The Nikon Coolpix P7800 is a premium compact featuring a 12 megapixel CMOS sensor, 7.1x optical zoom, a 921,000-dot electronic viewfinder, 3” RGBW LCD vari-angle monitor, 8fps continuous shooting speed, and second-generation Vibration Reduction.

A gallery of 49 JPEG photos and a movie taken with the Nikon Coolpix P7800 compact camera.


Nikon Coolpix P7800 JPEG Images

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1/20 sec
f/2 | 28mm | ISO 80

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1/25 sec
f/2 | 28mm | ISO 100

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1/50 sec
f/2 | 28mm | ISO 200

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1/125 sec
f/2 | 28mm | ISO 400

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1/200 sec
f/2 | 28mm | ISO 800

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1/400 sec
f/2 | 28mm | ISO 1600

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1/800 sec
f/2 | 28mm | ISO 3200

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1/1600 sec
f/2 | 28mm

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1/30 sec
f/2 | 28mm | ISO 80

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1/50 sec
f/3.5 | 135mm | ISO 400

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1/30 sec
f/4 | 28mm | ISO 220

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1/400 sec
f/4 | 28mm | ISO 80

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1/80 sec
f/2 | 28mm | ISO 80

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1/800 sec
f/3.5 | 66mm | ISO 80

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1/500 sec
f/2.8 | 58mm | ISO 80

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1/30 sec
f/4 | 28mm | ISO 280

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1/40 sec
f/6.3 | 200mm | ISO 400

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1/50 sec
f/2 | 28mm | ISO 80

Sample Image

1/30 sec
f/2 | 28mm | ISO 200

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1/250 sec
f/2 | 28mm | ISO 80

Sample Image

1/30 sec
f/2 | 28mm | ISO 250

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1/320 sec
f/2 | 28mm | ISO 80

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1/320 sec
f/5.6 | 28mm | ISO 80

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1/160 sec
f/2 | 28mm | ISO 80

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1/250 sec
f/2 | 28mm | ISO 80

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1/200 sec
f/5.6 | 28mm | ISO 80

Sample Image

1/250 sec
f/2 | 28mm | ISO 80

Sample Image

1/320 sec
f/4 | 28mm | ISO 80

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1/125 sec
f/6.3 | 200mm | ISO 80

Sample Image

1/320 sec
f/4 | 28mm | ISO 80

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1/125 sec
f/5.6 | 28mm | ISO 80

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1/250 sec
f/4 | 28mm | ISO 80

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1/200 sec
f/5.6 | 117mm | ISO 80

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1/400 sec
f/2 | 28mm | ISO 80

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1/125 sec
f/5.6 | 28mm | ISO 80

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1/100 sec
f/7.1 | 85mm | ISO 80

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1/200 sec
f/4 | 28mm | ISO 80

Sample Image

1/200 sec
f/4 | 28mm | ISO 80

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1/250 sec
f/2 | 28mm | ISO 80

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1/50 sec
f/3.2 | 74mm | ISO 80

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1/1600 sec
f/2 | 28mm

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1/500 sec
f/2 | 28mm | ISO 3200

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1/2000 sec
f/3.2 | 74mm | ISO 3200

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1/60 sec
f/4 | 38mm | ISO 80

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1/200 sec
f/5 | 28mm | ISO 80

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1/320 sec
f/3.5 | 38mm | ISO 80

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1/160 sec
f/3.5 | 46mm | ISO 80

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1/60 sec
f/4.5 | 152mm | ISO 140

Sample Image

1/160 sec
f/2 | 28mm | ISO 80

Sample Movie

This is a sample movie at the highest quality setting of 1920x1080 at 30 frames per second. Please note that this 26 second movie is 50.3Mb in size.

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#1 dmitriy volper

Very good honest pro test. Very good camera for amateurs usage, all-in-all. For pros, some questions raised. First, the lens is a bit decentered - sharpness goes to the left. Second - auto WB is not sufficient all around, annoying blue cast is present. CA is much, sometimes, especially around contrast details. Contrast( a bit) and saturation(more) should be raised for JPEG’s. Generally, very good new camera for amateurs! THX for nice informative test!

7:52 pm - Monday, October 7, 2013

#2 Darwin

I wanted to love this camera so badly.  It seemed that there were better cameras in it’s class and even at a lower class for image quality but I needed a compact camera with a non optical viewfinder.  The P7800 fit the bill perfectly with all it’s manual controls, electronic viewfinder, the size and weight, everything except for one thing.  The camera is so new that my mac, Lightroom, nor Photoshop, all updated, can’t see the RAW .nrw files.  The workaround is to download Nikon’s software to get the pics off the camera and then export as either a JPEG, which negates shooting in RAW in the first place, or export to TIFF which I know nothing about.  I got that info from an extensive googling of the issue and it was a post about the original P7000.

I didn’t want to give up on this camera so I called Nikon support.  It was the worst experience I have ever had.  It’s so sad that this part of my experience with the P7800 wasn’t technical at all.  The representative knew nothing about the product.  Didn’t know what RAW was and misspelled NRW three times.  She kept telling me that if the Nikon software works then it’s my issue and she couldn’t help me.  I called again to try my luck with another rep and this time was a little better.  She couldn’t tell me what I assumed about the file format but nicely told me that if the Nikon software worked with the camera then Nikon couldn’t help me.

1:30 am - Tuesday, October 8, 2013

#3 Gilbert B. Weingourt

I just had the same experience with Nikon.  They were completely unhelpful.  I too can not see the the RAW .NRW files.  I was instructed to call the MAC people (I work on a MAC Pro) and ask them about the Codec for the 7800 software. I will try that but I suspect the problem is with Nikon.  I had no problem with the Coolpix 7100 which also produces NRW files.  Are there others out there who are having the same problem?

8:04 pm - Tuesday, November 12, 2013

#4 BenMcDui

Nikon keeps coming up with new RAW formats all the time. They seem to have VERY good reasons for doing so, although their competitors have developed a satisfying and stable version ages ago. It takes a while for Adobe to develop the plugin for that *all the time*. Just be patienty for a little while, it’s gonna be alright.

2:16 pm - Tuesday, November 19, 2013