- EN-EL14 Rechargeable Li-ion Battery
- MH-24 Quick Charger
- AN-CP22 Strap
- UC-E6 USB Cable
- EG-CP16 Audio Video Cable
- COOLPIX Software Suite CD
- BS-1 Accessory Shoe Cover
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The camera gives you a Standard, Neutral, Vivid, and Monochrome selection in Picture Control.
I do not own the camera yet.
I purchased the P7000 but returned it. Although I was cautious, sand got inside the lens assembly. Is the lens assembly susceptible to contamination?
Is the lens removable for cleaning? By MFG or customer?
Is sand in the lens covered by warranty?
Class 4 & 6 – HD and Full HD video recording
Class 10 – Full HD video recording and HD still consecutive recording
UHS Speed Class memory cards have full higher potential for recording real-time broadcasts and capturing large size HD video.
I just got back from a trip and noticed one corner was developing a dark gradient. This is appearing on numerous pictures at different focal lengths. Any thoughts on why this is happening?
I included a picture with a red arrow to show where the problem is developing. This happens in vertical and horizontal pictures.
This message seems to come up when I've tried to focus in a tricky situation.
At times when it refuses to work the focus put the camera off and put on again,it should work the first time,if not press again.
The camera has a tendency to focus slightly behind the confirmed focus point.
Nikon COOLPIX P7000 Reviewby Larry Magid
Larry Magid posted his review of the Nikon COOLPIX P7000 on the Huffington Post website. Magid highlighted a number of features of the camera that he liked including the optical viewfinder, lens mount that accepts wide-angle and telephoto adapters, and its array of control dials. He also found the P7000's ability to shoot RAW a plus. Magid noted that the COOLPIX P7000 is one of the few in its class to feature a standard input for an external microphone.
Nikon COOLPIX P7000 Reviewby Scott Bourne
Scott Bourne posted a review of the Nikon COOLPIX P7000 on the Photofocus website, touting the camera's many cool features. Some of those include the camera's exposure compensation dial, macro mode, built-in horizon indicator, and auto-bracket feature. He said, "Overall, I very much like the P7000." Other features that he touted were the camera's wide zoom range and image sharpness. Bourne added that the P7000's pop-up flash works better than most other compact cameras he's tested.
Nikon COOLPIX P7000 Reviewby Terry Sullivan
Terry Sullivan reviewed the Nikon COOLPIX P7000 for the Consumer Reports website. Sullivan liked the array of features that are accessible by dials instead of menus, as well as the P7000's ability to shoot RAW.
Nikon COOLPIX P7000 Reviewby Dave Freeman
Crunch Gear's Dave Freeman posted a review of the Nikon COOLPIX P7000. He touted the camera's excellent white balance options as well as the ISO range of 100 - 3200. Freeman also noted the camera's built-in editing features which include interesting options such as miniature effect, adding a black border and skin softening. He counted the camera's light weight, D-SLR level image quality and its 7x optical zoom among the P7000's pros.
Nikon COOLPIX P7000 Reviewby Andy Ihnatko
Andy Ihnatko reviewed the COOLPIX P7000 for the Chicago Sun-Times. He touted a number of features that make the camera an ideal choice for its price range, including the ergonomics of the camera itself, especially the layout of the controls. He appreciated the many buttons and dials that allow you to change settings without having to dig into the menu system. Other features that Ihnatko liked were the button for bracketing, the inclusion of a neutral density filter; as well as the highly-customizable nature of the P7000. He also said that the camera does very well in low-light conditions.
Nikon COOLPIX P7000 Reviewby Damon Webster
Damon Webster of Photoinduced posted a review of the COOLPIX P7000. He found the ergonomics of the camera to be as impressive as many of the features. He said the 3-inch LCD is "just beautiful to look at" and the battery life "is crazy good." Other features that Webster liked: the power of the built-in flash, the range of the 28-200mm equivalent lens, and ability to add accessory lenses. Webster concluded that the P7000 is a highly recommended compact digital camera.
Nikon COOLPIX P7000 Reviewby Jim Keenan
Digital Camera Review's Jim Keenan posted his review of the Nikon COOLPIX P7000. He touted the camera's ergonomic design and nice control layout. Keenan noted that the camera offers manual shooters lots of settings. He said, "The P7000 packs the hardware to compliment a DSLR." Keenan was impressed with the P7000's high ISO noise performance. Other features he liked were the camera's ability to shoot RAW, its fast f/2.8 maximum aperture and 35mm equivalent zoom range of 28-200mm.
red dot award: product design 2011
The Nikon COOLPIX P7000 compact digital camera was awarded the red dot award: product design 2011 by Germany's Design Zentrum Nordrhein Westfalen. The broad 7.1X focal length range, EXPEED C2 image-processing engine, zoom memory, and tone level information display are just some of the COOLPIX 7000's features that were showcased in this award winning camera. This prestigious award is presented to products released over the past two years that exhibit superiority in terms of a total of nine aspects, including innovation, functionality, ergonomics, ecology and durability. More than four thousand products were entered into the competition.