• Jill says:

    YES! This is coming out just in the nick of time. I think I know what my next camera will be.

  • Mike says:

    Man, I have been looking all over the place for a quality Nikon point-and-shoot to use when I don’t have or can’t practically use my D5000. FINALLY, the good Lord’s provided my answer! THANK GOD FOR THE JAPANESE!

  • […] you use a DSLR or one of the higher end point and shoots like the Nikon Coolpix P7000, if you’re new to digital photography, or if you’re new to shooting RAW, I’d […]

  • fotabug says:

    I bought the P7000 and am glad I did. I have and love both D3 and D700, but also wanted something that could be easily carried anywhere. Besides, I wanted a viewfinder, a must for me. The P7000 suits my needs and has a great feel, high quality and user friendly. Results are impressive and the 28-200 zoom (35mm equivalent) won me over. Even though the P7000 records NEF files somewhat slowly, that is still my option of choice. If I want speed, I go for my beloved D3. I didn’t get the P7000 for that. Spell me as a happy user of the new P7000.

    Vern Rogers

  • P7000 camera has a Two. megapixel sensor which gives you high resolution. This enables the digital camera to provide pictures that have vibrant colors and details. This valuable feature also ensures the camera creates clear and sharp pictures each time. With a 10x optical zoom lens it is simple for everyone to capture images that are farther away. P7000 Nikon P7000 camera also does not create blurry pictures even when you zoom in. Photographs appear the same as if the photos were right in front of you as opposed to being 100s of feet away. Videos are also free of blurring and they also look as clear and vibrant as photographs do. The sound quality is also very good so its very easy for one to listen to what’s going on in the video as well.

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