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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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When will the printed copy of the P7100 manual be available on line ?

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Printed copies for the P7100 are not available online. The camera comes with a CD that has printing rights. If your looking for a user's manual online, please click on the link below:
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Can you shoot a B&W movie with the P7100? Also can you use any of the special effects in the movie mode?

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Black & White and Special effects are not available in Movie mode.
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Thanks for your question about Nikon products. Unfortunately we cannot speculate about future products until official information is announced on our web site: www.nikonusa.com
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On-Screen Histogram Does Not change as Exposure Settings Change

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In manual mode, the on-screen histogram never changes, even when I change f-stops and shutter speeds. The histogram and screen always seem to show a properly-exposed picture. Why won't the histogram (and the screen, for that matter) adjust to show the actual exposure which will result as my exposure settings (i.e., f-stop and shutter speed) change?
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Why wasn't a hard copy of the manual included with the camera ?

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The User's manual for the COOLPIX P7000 comes in a CD with printing rights.
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What memory cards are recommended and supported for best performance
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Is it possible to blur the video on the P7100?

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Is it possible to intentionally blur the video on the P7100 via any method?
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The Autofocus mode while recording videos is set to Single AF is not possible to focus manually.
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Has anyone tried a SanDisk Extreme Pro SD card (95MB/s, 600x) w/ the P7100?

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I just received my P7100, and I need to upgrade to a faster SD card. From my brief research, I see that SanDisk has been making a 45MB/s (300x) SD card since early 2011, and they just released a 95MB/s card.

Has anyone tried these very fast SD cards with the P7100, and do they help speed up the camera's operation over a 10 - 30MB/s (66x - 200x) SD card? Do they help speed up the camera when bracketing or increase the camera's frames per second? Are these UHS-1 standard cards even compatible with the P7100, or does the camera resort back to treating it as a Class 10 (10MB/s, 66x) card?
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Today I purchased a 8GB SanDisk Extreme Pro SD card (95MB/s, 600x write). There is definitely an improvement over my old Class 4 (4MB/s) SD card that I already owned, but I would say the speed improvement is about 2.5x faster than the Class 4 card. In other words, somewhat as expected, it operates as a typical Class 10 SD card.

Before I purchased this SD card, I did hear from Nikon Tech Support which said that this camera does not support the new UHS-1 standard for ultra-fast writing to the SD card. The (very nice) Nikon D7000 does. I asked if they were planning a firmware upgrade to allow for this, but there are no announced plans at this time.

To illustrate the speed differences, I turned on the bracketing for 5 frames. With the Class 4 card, the camera took about 20 seconds to write the 5 NRW (Nikon RAW) / 10MP images. With this new Class 10 card, the camera took about 8 seconds.

For continuous shooting, the camera operates at ~1.2fps, and it does not appear to depend on the speed of the SD card. On BASIC setting / 10MP, NORM/ 10 MP, or FINE / 10 MP, I could shoot continuously with either card (I stopped at 50 shots). However, On NRW (Nikon RAW) / 10 MP, only 5 shots can be taken with either card. So if you need to shoot continuously, do not shoot in NRW.

So, for my wish list on this camera (or future versions of this camera), I wish Nikon would enable the UHS-1 SD card standard, the ability to continuously shoot in NRW over 5 images, and a little faster fps rate on the continuous shooting. But my biggest wish for future versions of these "P" series cameras would be the ability to screw on filters -- I really like using a polarizer, especially when I'm hiking (and when I don't really want to carry a full SLR.)
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why isnt the external mic input written in tech specs???? who writes those???

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battery level

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How does the P7100 display realtime battery power level?
My P7000 only indicates when the battery is getting low so I never really know before I leave with it whether I should charge it or not.
I want to upgrade but this feature is important to me.
I use this camera as back-up to my D700
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The battery inicator of p7100 only indicates full and low battery only so you have to fully charge before a shooting season or carry an additional battery
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how can I fix this?
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We do not recommend customers to tamper the equipment; you are welcome to send your camera in order to be evaluated by a technician.
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the 7100 or 9300 or 510

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There is not enough information to answer specifically. You can use the comparison tool in our website in order to compare the specifications of these cameras side by side to see which one will fits your needs within your price range.
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prints

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can I print gallery or museum quality prints up to 11x14" with the files of this camera?
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In the maximum image size at 10M you can print up to 12x9 inches.
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The right hand side of the Setup menu is no longer visible

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The right hand side of the Setup menu was visible two weeks ago, now only Reset All and Firmware Version are visible. To get the contents of the Setup menu, ex. Format, I have to reset the menu each time. Why is this happening and how can I correct it. When I called for tech help the problem was NOT resolved. I was told to do what I already knew and did which was to select Reset All. When I choose Reset All are the other menues affected?
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You will need to send your camera for service in order to be evaluated by one of our technicians. Also, please see page # 94 of the user's manual for the COOLPIX P7100 regarding reset all.
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There are no customisable buttons for moive mode, it is set with the mode dial on top the camera.
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I would like to take photos inside a cathedral with low light. What would be the best setting to get the clearest photo? I am a beginner

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Please visit our Learn and Explore website for Photography Techniques:
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what is the minimum time setting for timelapse on Koolpic 7100?

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Your choices are 30 seconds, 1,5 & 10 minute intervals
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Accessories Available: Teleconverter, Ring Flash

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I'm enjoying learning the P7100, and am looking for several accessories, so far with no success.

I've seen reviews of the P7100 that indicate "Nikon offers a 2X teleconverter", but I don't find anything on the Nikon site (I did see the Wide-angle converter and the adapter ring). Is a teleconverter avaialble?

Are there any ring flashes that fit the P7100?

Finally, any macro lenses that are usable to enhance the macro capability of the P7100? (Some of the objects I'm trying to photograph are 1-2 mm wide, so they are pretty tough to photograph).
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Nikon does not offer teleconverters or macro lenses for the P7100.
The best I've can offer to assist with macro is make sure to use a tripod and remote shutter release, and manual focus.

Good luck!
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Self timer & battery duration

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We need to use the self-timer to take a 1 picture every 10 minutes. No flash, just room light. How long will the battery last?
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The life of an EN-EL14 battery in the P7100 is approximately 350 shots for a fully-charged rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN-EL14 operated at an ambient temperature of 23°C (73°F). This figure is based on CIPA industry standard for measuring life of camera batteries. Since numerous variables affect battery life, your battery's performance may vary depending on your camera settings. For testing purposes the zoom was adjusted with each shot, the built-in flash was fired with every other shot and the image mode set to Normal.
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Does the Macro Setting allow for 1:1 macro photos, specifically small gold jewelry?

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I have had a Coolpix 4500 for nearly 10 years and it has served beautifully. It just broke and nobody can fix it because parts are no longer available. Thus I am looking for a replacement.
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Nikon doesn't specify reproduction ratios for COOLPIX camera macro modes but the minimum focus distance in Macro close-up mode is 0.8 in (2 cm.). A sample picture taken of a keyring with the P7100 in Macro mode is attached.
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is there an eyecup available for the nikon p7100?

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Dust in viewfinder

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Hello, My P7100 is only two months old and has an annoying speck of dust inside the viewfinder. Is there a way to remove it? If not, could this lead to any problems? thank you!
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Try wiping the glass with a lens cleaning cloth just to make sure that the dust is not on the outside of the view finder. The P7100 is warranted for 1 year.Technical support contact information can be found at support.nikonusa.com
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does nikon coolpic P7100 support underwater

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does nikon coolpix P7100 Support in underwater
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No it is not a underwater camera.
Take a look at the AW100 or AW110
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