Nikon Coolpix P7000 Review

October 4, 2010 | Mark Goldstein | |

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Nikon has described the P7000 as 'the ultimate Coolpix', and it certainly feels like the manufacturer has thrown the kitchen sink at it. It's a compact camera that aims to offer the feel of a digital SLR. At around £450, it's about the price of an entry-level dSLR, so is it worth the cash?
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The Nikon Coopix P7000 is a compact digital camera filled with features to satisfy more advanced users. It is built around a 10 megapixels CCD sensor behind a 7X wide-angle optical zoom lens with built-in image stabilization. This camera has a full-set of manual-controls, including manual-focusing, custom white-balance, bracketing and control over image rendering parameters. It has a number of positively high-end features like a hot-shoe, a digital-level, an optical-tunnel viewfinder, an ND filter and RAW capabilities. Its video features include 720p HD video recording with stereo sound either from the built-in microphone or an external one.
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