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Best ergonometrics in a compact The P7100 was purchased after several epiphanies: when travelling I never have room for my DLSR any more, or even a mirror-less system for that matter; 99% of my images are never printed on paper; and as I now need reading glasses viewfinders are of lesser value. The P7100 has become my main camera replacement, taking the place of both my compact and my DSLR for almost everything. Excellent IQ but the outstanding feature is the ergonometrics; I love features like having separate controls for Aperture and Shutter and having things like Flash Compensation at hand without going to the menu. These controls are main selling feature of the camera for me. The tilt out screen is the main feature I like; I generally shoot from the waist. March 16, 2013
The best camera I had so far! It is not easy to choose a camera. So many brands and models! It took me a lot of time to make final decision. I wanted to say "Good bye" to my old 4-megapixel Olympus C-765UZ. I was using it for nearly 10 years! Great camera, but time takes its toll. I chose Coolpix P7100 as replacement. I was dreaming about decent camera, but did not want to invest into bulky dSLR or ever newer light mirrorless systems. I have read many reviews about P7100, paying extra attention to negative reviews. I noticed that many people who was not satisfied with P7100 claim to be dSLR users. Would you expect them to be fully satisfied with relatively simpler and slower camera? I would not. For me, this camera is a huge step forward from my 10-year-old Olympus. P7100 is much faster. Quality is much better. Screen is much bigger and tilting. Manual controls are much easier to access using plenty of dials. No, I don't touch them by accident like some users reported. I can control my fingers with high precision. I will have a lot of time learning how to use all the features presented in this camera, and I am looking forward to it. This camera might not be perfect for everyone, and I am sure I will find something that I would not like, but hey, is there anything perfect in the world? I don't think so. I am very happy with this camera, and I got it for just $325 dollars including shipping, Onyx bag and 4GB memory card. December 26, 2012
great camera-little dslr This is a great camera. I have a nikon d7000 which is nikons best dx camera. I use this camera when i need a light camera. The camera is great in low light. I use a sb-400 flash with this camera a great combo. I would like to have 1080p but video is good. October 9, 2012
Big improvement over P7000 Major improvement over P7000. Seems faster and I appreciate the pull-out LCD to help take photos from different angles. When shooting in manual mode it's a big help to have the front dial for quickly, easily changing Aperture. August 20, 2012
Great for everyday photography I am still in the process of learning how to use this camera. There are so many different features on it. I like that I can set it on automatic and roll with the flow, along with being able to use various settings, including manual, for more specialized shooting. Highly recommended as the camera to have with you for everyday use rather than carrying around a full blown digital SLR and lenses. Not that I plan to give up the SLR anytime soon. My only gripe is that I wish Nikon had included a case with the camera like the nice leather case that came bundled with the Coolpix S8100 I bought at Costco. Are you listening Nikon? August 15, 2012
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Can I use the P7100 manual focus to blur movies?

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Hi, I am a digital marketing consultant who is transitioning from just building websites toward doing more hands-on marketing for clients (including photography and videos). I am shopping for my first high-end point and shoot, so I am considering the Canon G20 and Nikon P7100. I am leaning toward the P7100 because of the external microphone jack. (I sometimes need to interview people, and the built-in microphone on my $100 Flip camera is really bad at capturing the interviewee and really good at getting the background noise...)

I'd like to employ some technique to some of my video shots, including a transition from blurred to focused scene intros. So my question for you is: In video mode, can I use the P7100's manual focus to transition from blur to focus?
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For manual focus and what you are doing, I recommend a cannon camcorder or a DSLR; most cannon camcorders have manual focus. If you want a mic input, then get the cannon T2I, 60D, 7D or the Nikon D5100/ D7000. If you really want this camera, a trick I use to get a rack focus effect on a point and shoot is to hold my hand about an inch in front of the lens, let the auto focus focus on my hand, then I remove my hand. The camera automatically focuses on the main object, sometimes slowly.
Bottom Line: If you want to do more serious photography, I would get a DSLR. Don't waste your time with advanced digitalis.
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On video mode the camera will set the Autofocus to AF-S (single AF) the focus is locked when the shutter-release button is pressed halfway, can't do it manually.
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Does the P7100 come with built-in flash?

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Yes. And it will also work with most of the current Nikon CLS flashes (with slightly reduced functionality).
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Yes it does have a built-in pop up flash on the top left of the camera and a hotshoe, to mount a flash.
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AC Adapter/power supply for the Coolpix P7100

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I need to purchase an AC Adapter kit for the Coolpix P7100. Are these the correct items? EP-5a Power Supply Connector and EH-5a AC Adapter
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The EP-5B is required when using the AC adapter EH-5/EH-5a to power the camera.
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Can the P7100 make multiple exposures on the same frame? If so, how?

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I want to take multiple exposure images, in camera.
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The P7100 is not able to take multiple exposures on the same frame.
For this you will likely need to look at one of the D-SLR products.
The manuals for these are available by going to:
http://support.nikonusa.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/13948#Anchor-9

It may take a bit of searching, but these manuals will let you know exactly the features supported by each camera.
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The COOLPIX P7100 has the option for bracketing; continuous shooting can be performed while changing the exposure automatically with the shutter speed or ISO sensitivity, or multiple pictures can be recorded while varying the white balance.
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Shutter Release Cable?

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Will the nikon shutter release cable (MC-30) work on the P7100, and can you shoot in "bulb" mode?
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No, the only remote supported for shutter release is the ML-L3.
There is no bulb shutter setting, but in M (manual) mode you can set it for up to 60 seconds.
 
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No you will need the ML-L3 remote and no there is no bulb mode.
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Can I use the Nikon CLS with the COOLPIX P7100?

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You can use most of the functionality of the CLS with the P7100.
The functions not supported (that I can remember right now) are AutoFP, more than one wireless group (can only use group A with a commander), and no autofocus assist.
The non-printable manual available for download goes into quite a bit of detail about this. I highly recommend downloading and reading through to see if the functionality of this camera will work for you.
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You can use a command unit with the p7100, such as the SU-800, I presume you can do the same with the SB-800/900/910, using them as a commander. I do not think that it has inbuilt CLS or that you can use the on board flash as a commander.
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is there a fisheye lens i can buy to use with the coolpix p7100?

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There is not a fisheye lens, but there is a wide angle adapter with a 0.75 diopter. You would also need to get the adapter mount for it.
 
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Nikon WC-E75A Wide Angle Converter is the nearest you are going to get I believe when it comes to Nikon gear (21mm not exactly a fisheye). Not sure about 3rd party converters.
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Does the P7100 have an external microphone input jack?

Dec 17, 2011 by
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If yes, is it a 3.5mm stereo jack and will the ME-1 work with it?
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Yes. It is on the left side of the body.
 
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Yes, it does have the Input for the ME-1 Stereo Microphone.
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Why are my P7100's custom picture-control settings not taking effect?

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The picture-control feature of the P7100 does not seem to be as straightforward as the one on my D300. Are there some steps not mentioned or explained in the user's manual? I have done everything spelled out in the manual, but my custom settings are not taking effect.

I've had the P7100 for less than a week. I have not started using ViewNX 2, but my ViewNX is up-to-date (1.5.2). I have been buying and using Nikon cameras for 35 years.
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After rereading the relevant sections of the user's manual and then experimenting with the P7100 some more, I realized on my own THE SOURCE OF MY PROBLEM: I was trying to make the picture control changes take effect through the Shooting Menu, which is the wrong place for that in the P7100 -- though that is where one does it in a Nikon DSLR such as the D300. Instead, I should have used the Quick Menu, which is unique to the P7100 (and the P7000). Unfortunately, the manual does not make this sufficiently clear. It fails to point out, in unmistakable terms, the key distinction between what you can and cannot do with the Shooting Menu, and what you can do only in the Quick Menu.

The presence of the Custom Picture Control option at the top of the Shooting Menu initially led me to think that I could BOTH make changes in the settings and make them take effect there. It turns out, the ONLY THING you can do there is to customize the settings for Custom 1 and Custom 2, nothing more. So, why is it there at all?

The settings for white balance, ISO, image quality, image size and automatic bracketing can be changed and activated ONLY through the Quick Menu; they are not available in the Shooting Menu. But, strangely, this is not the case with the custom picture control settings. Those settings can be activated ONLY through the Quick Menu but they can be changed in BOTH the Quick Menu and the Shooting Menu. This doesn't make sense; something that's already in one menu shouldn't also be in another, especially if it's in the second menu only in a very limited form. In the P7100, Nikon should do for the picture control settings what it has done for the white balance, ISO, image quality, image size and automatic bracketing settings -- make them the EXCLUSIVE domain of the Quick Menu for the sake of simplicity and to avert confusion among users.

Anyway, it was a huge relief when I found the answer to my problem. So far, the P7100 appears to be a really good camera -- it's probably the best Coolpix ever and a worthwhile replacement for my P7000, which I have sold. It seems to have retained all the good features and capabilities that made the P7000 such fun to use and to have successfully addressed practically all the shortcomings of the previous model.

I am posting this update to my question in case other P7100 users encounter the same initial quandary I had about the camera's implementation of the picture control feature.
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In order to better assist you, please click on the link below:
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Answer Link: http://support.nikonusa.com/app/ans...
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can I use the nikon sb-80 dx with my coolpix P7100?

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The SB-80 DX is a much older flash, released in 2002. You might well be able to use the flash manually but I am not sure that it would work with TTL as it wasn't able to work with any DSLR apart from the D1x and D100. I would suggest the SB400 or 600 as being the best Nikon flashes for the camera, due to their size, though I have used an SB800 on mine and if you know how to hold it, the size isn't a big problem.
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Do you mean SB800 speedlight? If so, yes it works with P7100
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GPS compatible?

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Will the Nikon GP-1 GPS unit work with this camera?
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No, this model is not compatible with the GP-1 GPS Unit.
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Can exposure bracketing be used with timer?

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No, these features won't work together.
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The front dial will control right to left navigation of menu options and also Aperture control in A or M mode.
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When will the P7100 manual be available for download?

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The user's manual for the P7100 would be available in a few weeks.
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AE lock button

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When using the AE lock button on the P7100, does it have to be held in while shooting and pressing the shutter button, or can it be released and the lock holds for the shot?
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During still picture shooting, lock only when the AE/AF-L button is pressed and release when the button is pressed again.
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When can I purchase my P7100 from London Drugs in Vernon, British Columbia

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The new COOLPIX P7100 was release a last week and it’s usually available after 30 to 45 days after release date. You may want to check with your local dealer for availability.
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What accessory needed for off camera flash?

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Not enough info here to help you. What equipment do you have now and what are you trying to achieve.
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Would an SB-800 be compatible?

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Yes, this camera is compatible with the SB-800.
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Auto-bracketed frames

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How many auto-bracketed frames frames will the P7100 shoot and what is the maximum burst rate for this camera in bracketing mode?
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In the new COOLPIX P7100 3 or 5 pictures can be chosen. For TV (exposure bracketing (Tv)) or Sv(exposure bracketing (Sv)), you can choose 0.3, 0.7 or 1. For WB (white balance bracketing), 1, 2 or 3.
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What are the correct dimensions?

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I have been searching the internet about this camera trying to find out a little more about it. Looking at different dealers and forums, I have noticed the dimensions vary especially on the width of the camera. Some say 4.5 inches, others say 6 inches. What are the correct dimensions?
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Approx. Dimensions
Height: 3.1 in. (76.9mm)
Width: 6 in. (116.3mm)
Depth: 1.9 in. (48mm)
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Will an SB700 or SB900 operate other Nikon CLS speedlights wirelessly from the P7100?

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Yes, you can use the SB-700 or the SB-900 as a commander on the COOLPIX P7100.
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Off camera flash use with P7100?

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What accessory needed for off camera flash connecting of the SB class ie 400, 700 etc speed lights?
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You don't need accessories to connect a speedlight to the camera since it has a hot shoe.
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Can you Manual Focus on Video?

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Can you record video with manual focus, and keep changing the focus as you record?
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Manual Focus can only be used when the shooting mode is P, S, A, M, U1, U2, U3, (low noise night), special effects mode or scene mode Sports. Not available for video recording.
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Is it necessary to be in front of the P 7100 to use the IR remote?

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There is not enough information to answer specifically. IR remote, model?
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How can we attach filters on the P7100?

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And what is the required filter size ?
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Due to the design of the lens no filters can be attached to this model.
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Nikon P7100 camera user manual

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Now that P7100 is already on the market maybe its time to upload user manual and make it accessible on web. I'm thinking to buy a P7100 but want to check some features before....
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Link to manual is here: http://www.nikonusa.com/pdf/manuals/noprint/P7100ENnoprint.pdf
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Can you grab a still image from a movie?

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The new COOLPIX P7100 doesn't have the feature to record a still image while recording a video. However, you may want to check other models like the COOLPIX P500, S9100 and S8100.
 
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Does the battery in the P7100 charge when connected via USB?

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The camera sales person said yes, but I can find no reference to this in the manual.
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No, USB not charge Nikon battery.
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NRW files do not display in Aperture 3.1.2

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Aperture will import the raw files but will not display them. The metadata with file type, exposure etc appears, but the picture itself can not be seen. It shows as "Unsupported Image Format". Any suggestions?
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