Nikon Coolpix B600 Review

May 13, 2019 | Mark Goldstein |


Nikon have announced a new super-zoom camera, the Coolpix B600. The Nikon B600 offers a 60x optical zoom (24–1440mm), a 3 inch, 921k-dot monitor, Full HD video and a sturdy grip. It will be available from February 2019 in the UK priced at £329 and in March in the US at $329.95.

Nikon UK Press Release


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London, United Kingdom, 17th January 2019: Nikon introduces two new COOLPIX super-zooms packed with powerful features and boasting NIKKOR optics for stunning images. From distant views to city streets, these lightweight, easy-to-use compact cameras deliver sharp wide-angle to super-telephoto images—even in low light.

The COOLPIX B600 bridge camera packs a 60x optical zoom, a large monitor, and a sturdy grip. Whether it’s a family trip to the park or a city break, this camera is a brilliant all-rounder. It shoots Full HD video in stereo sound. A host of in-camera creative modes make it simple to add an artistic touch to photos or movies.

Yoshihiro Katakami, Product Manager at Nikon UK, comments: “Both of these cameras are fantastic options for users who want to explore their creative side. The wide-angle to super-telephoto zoom range frees users to shoot almost any subject. Nikon’s 16 MP back-side illuminated CMOS sensor and Vibration Reduction help deliver superb results in low light. And SnapBridge makes it easy to share the best shots, or use a smart device to shoot remotely.”

Nikon COOLPIX B600 Key Features

NIKKOR 60x optical zoom lens. Focal length of 24–1440mm. Extends to approx. 2880 mm with Dynamic Fine Zoom.

Full HD movies. Simply press the dedicated movie button to begin recording Full HD (1080p/30p) with stereo sound.

Large monitor. 3 inch, 921k-dot LCD monitor with adjustable brightness. Treated with an anti-reflective coating.

Fast autofocus. Target finding AF ensures subjects snap into focus quickly, even in low light. 

Easy artistry. Creative Modes for photos and movies. Macro Mode for great shots of tiny wonders.

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