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Key Features

Superior Image Quality
10.1-megapixel, large 1/1.7-inch CCD sensor
for stunning images.
5-way VR Image Stabilization System
  • Optical VR Image Stabilization by lens shift minimizes the effects of camera shake.
  • Hybrid VR Image stabilization by lens shift and electronic VR.
  • Motion Detection automatically detects moving subjects and adjusts shutter speed and ISO to compensate for camera shake and subject movement. 
  • High ISO up to 6400 at full resolution for optimum results when shooting in low light or photographing fast-moving subjects.
  • Nikon’s Best Shot Selector (BSS) automatically takes up to ten shots while the shutter is pressed, then selects and saves the sharpest image.
EXPEED C2 continues to expand the possibilities of photography with improved levels of image quality, fine detail and processing speed. Custom-optimized for each COOLPIX model, Nikon’s renowned digital image processing engine ensures outstanding images.
Creative Control
  • Dial controls for key functions including ISO, white balance, bracketing, exposure compensation and more.
  • PSAM (Program, Shutter, Aperture, Manual) exposure control, custom function control.
  • ISO can be set as high as 6400 at full resolution; 12,800 in Low noise Night Mode (3-Megapixel).
  • Tone Level Information provides photographers with 9 levels of grey scale information about the scene for fine exposure analysis according to user’s creative needs.
  • In-camera editing functions include Exposure Compensation, COOLPIX Picture Control, Noise Reduction Filter, Quick Retouch, D-Lighting and Active D-Lighting.
  • Electronic Virtual Horizon Display enables precise leveling of the camera in landscape or portrait orientation during LCD monitor shooting.
  • COOLPIX Picture Control can be customized for Image Sharpening, Contrast, Saturation, Filter Effects, and Tone.
High-Speed Performance
  • Ultra-fast start-up, autofocus and shooting.
  • Subject Tracking tracks a moving subject to ensure sharp focus.
  • Shoot Continuously up to 45 pictures at approx. 1.3 fps at full resolution.
  • Interval Timer Shooting captures images at specified time intervals
7.1x Wide-Angle Optical Zoom-NIKKOR ED Glass Lens. Versatile 28-200mm lens ranges wide to capture landscapes, zooms in to get close to the action. In the NIKKOR tradition of precision optics, the high-quality ED glass lens delivers superb color and razor-sharp results.
RAW file function compatible with Mac® and Windows®.
Microsoft®, Windows® and Windows Vista™ are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. Macintosh®, Mac OS® are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
Advanced Functions
  • 3-inch Ultra-High Resolution (921,000-dot) Clear Color Display for still images and movies that come alive with rich detail and improved contrast. The large LCD's wide viewing angle and anti-glare coating make it easy to compose, view and share pictures.
  • Large Optical viewfinder with diopter adjustment dial.
  • Remote control operation with optional wireless ML-L3.
  • Optional Wide Angle Converter (WC-E75A) for 21mm coverage (requires UR-E22 adapter ring)
HD Movie Recording
HD (720p) Movie with Stereo, Mic Input Jack and HDMI Output
. Records at 24 fps with Zoom, Autofocus and stereo sound. Mic Input Jack allows for optional microphone to be used during recording and HDMI output allows easy in-camera playback or convenient playback on HD-TV or computer.
Convenient Features
  • Smart Portrait System
    • Smile Timer automatically releases the shutter when your subject smiles.
    • In-Camera Red-Eye Fix™ automatically corrects most instances of red-eye as you shoot. You may never see red-eye again.
    • Face-Priority AF. Nikon’s face-finding technology automatically detects up to 12 faces.
    • Skin Softening smoothes skin tones at three different levels for optimal portraits; can be applied while shooting or during playback.
    • Blink Warning alerts you if a subject has blinked. 
  • Built-in Flash plus i-TTL Flash function when used with optional Nikon Speedlight System.
  • 18 Scene Modes, including Scene Auto Selector, for optimized shooting in a variety of settings and situations. 
  • Scene Auto Selector automatically recognizes the scene you're shooting and selects the most appropriate scene mode; offers six scene modes plus auto.
  • Macro shooting as close as 0.8 inches.
  • 350 still shots (approx.) with supplied EN-EL 14 Li-ion rechargeable battery.
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Excellent value and quality. I have only owned Nikons for five decades. I purchased the P7000 when it was first released because of its ability to take RAW/NEF images. Within the constraints of its lens it takes excellent quality images and it has way more features and functions than I will ever use. I am still learning about its many features and it is so handy to use. I process my images in Lightroom and Photoshop and I use onOne, Topaz and NIK software on my Macs. I am always pleased and I am often astonished with the results. I suppose I will upgrade to the newest version of the P7000 series some day - 1080 HD video and Wi-Fi would be nice - but I don't know if I will ever get a 'Big Boy' body/lens again. October 24, 2014
good camera at night I bought this camera because it looked like it would take good pictures in low lighting situations which none of my point and shoots seem to be able to handle. It arrived the day I was headed to a party at night so I took it along, I couldn't see anything without my glasses on so I just winged it and left it on auto and got some really nice shots. Imagine what pictures it could take if I could see what I was doing and had time to read the manual. October 6, 2012
Wonderful Camera So far I've been very impressed with this camera. I wanted a camera with full manual control and did quite a bit of research before finally settling on this one because it seemed to be just as good as its competitors, but considerably cheaper. I received it with firmware 1.1 already installed, so I don't know how slow it was before. It takes about 5 seconds to write a RAW file, which is the same as my sister's DSLR. With a class 10 memory card, the write speed was cut to 3 seconds. I don't notice a delay when I am shooting. I've found the menus very easy to use and I love all the dials, it's a pain to go racing through menus looking for important settings just before taking a shot and the dials on this camera fix that problem. The video seems adequate and I'm glad the camera doesn't have in-camera HDR because the quality usually isn't the best. The view finder is extremely important in sunny weather, I just have to remember that the last quarter of the picture is missing. It might have been nice to have a rotating LCD screen, but they break easily. The rotating screen on my friend's Canon broke very quickly. All I wanted was a camera that takes very good pictures and is easy to carry around. The Nikon P7000 more than fits the bill! April 23, 2012
Compact, But powerful P7000 Full featured professional grade tool. If your a beginner just use the auto mode to get great shots. For more advanced shooters this camera really gives some great high quality images. I have enlarged to 16x20 with good results at ISO100. Up to ISO 400 enlargements to 11x14 are stunning. Firmware is alittle quirky and sometimes its like trying to coax a drunk into a taxicab for a ride home.... but once you learn how to get your bracketing and macro modes to work you'll get great results. The qaulity of the images you get out of this little jewel is well worth the effort to work around its issues. I went to a Media Professionals Seminar at the Nelson last night. Greg Gorman was the speaker and presented about 100 of his images. Anyhow, setting up on the stage taking time lapses of the crowd assembling at this Canon sponsored event... was you guessed it... a Nikon P7000. Must have been sort of embarrasing for Canon. Anyhow, this is a great little camera and I see SLR photo's that are not as good as what I get from this camera. Yes for magazine or poster size work its not up to that level but for most everyday street photography this baby rocks. March 17, 2012
Small camera very flashy I got this camera on Christmas and I just fell in love with it.! It is very compact and it is very simple to use. Although it has many buttons and various options just take your time with it. It take amazing sharp crisp images. I am not a photographer but my life is like a photo shoot and I have caught every single moment from breakfast to dinner on by the shore. It is fast, responsive, and unique December 29, 2011
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Does the P7000 have a black-and-white shooting mode?

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Go to Picture Control menu to find your answer.
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Yes it does. And its found in the Picture Control menu where you enable 'Monochrome' to begin your black-and-white photo assignments.
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Yes, it is a selection in the Picture Control part of the Menu.

The camera gives you a Standard, Neutral, Vivid, and Monochrome selection in Picture Control.
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Yes. In the Shooting Menu, you choose Picture Control and then Monochrome. It offers several nice features including the ability to add B/W filter effects approximating the use of a yellow, orange, red, or green filter. You can also control the final result so that it renders the monochrome image with a warm sepia tone or a cooler, selenium-toned look.
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Yes it does, but if you shoot in raw you have the option for both and can choose later using a raw processing application like photoshop or capture one, even the nikon view software can do it.
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Yes, it does have the feature call Picture Control that will allow you to shoot in black and white (monochrome), Standard, Neutral and Vivid.
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Is there a recall of the Coolpix P7000? If so what is the problem and is there a solution?

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I read the reviews for this camera and was interested in purchasing it. I went to my local camera shop today, Wednesday 3/9/11, to purchase a Coolpix P7000, as it was on sale, and I was told that Nikon had recalled all of the P7000 cameras in that store, and all P7000 cameras in all of the stores in the chain nationwide.
I do not own the camera yet.
Thank you
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Read my review. That explains why the recall happened. I wish I had been as cautious as you. I bought one about the time you were looking. No one said anything about a recall!
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The only answer I can think of is that there is a firmware update available for this model that addresses several minor issues. I couldn't see Nikon issuing a recall for that though.
May 5, 2011 by
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I was at a camera shop today (3/14/11), the sales associate told me the same thing. Hopefully there won't be too long of a wait for a comparable model to come out, I'm in the market right now.
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Seems like you got some bad info, there are no issues with the P7000 and it's still shipping to all of our dealers.
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Sounds like you got some bad info. There are no issues with the P7000 and it's still shipping to all of our dealers.
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Does i-ttl work with the SB-800 speedlight

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It certainly does and quite well. The Nikon speedlight system is one of the real advantages this camera has over the Canon G12.
Mar 30, 2011 by
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The P7000 works great with the SB800. The flash tracks the lens. I believe it will work just like the SB900 in all features, except what is new on the SB900.
Mar 29, 2011 by
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The P7000 works with all current Nikon I-TTL Speed lights. I use the SB-400 with my P7000 and it works perfectly.
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Yes, it works on i-TTL Flash function when used with optional Nikon Speedlight System.
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What is the purpose of the removable ring at the base of the lens?
Is the lens removable for cleaning? By MFG or customer?
Is sand in the lens covered by warranty?
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The removable ring can be detached to allow for usage of e.g. a fisheye converter. The lens is not removable and thus cannot be serviced/cleaned by the user.
Jun 1, 2011 by
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I purchased a tube that attaches to the camera where the removable ring goes. The tube allows me to mount a circular polarizer. Corners are cut off in the image at wide angle settings but being able to use a polarizer is key.
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The removable lens ring is to mount optional wide angle lens attachments. The lens is not removable. Sorry about the sand but sand and cameras generally do not mix unless the camera is completely sealed such as for use under water. I am afraid the warranty would not cover sand.
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Sand damage is not a manufactures issue so it won't be cover under the warranty. The ring at the base of the lens is to attach the Wide-angle adapter.
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Can I use Adobe Bridge to download and view p7000 raw images?

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I've only found this possible in the latest version of Photoshop (CS5)
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Yes.
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I am not familiar with Adobe Bridge. I use an updated version of Capture NX2, version 2.2.6 to convert the P7000 "RAW" pictures to high quality JPEG format.
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Please click on the link below for more information:
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Go to Picture Control menu to find your answer.
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In the Picture Control selection in Menu, you can select Standard, Neutral, Vivid, or Monochrome.
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Yes, in either the P, S, A, or M settings.
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Yes it has both.
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what is the best type of memory card for the p7000?

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i notice some mention *class* numbered 2 thru 10 and some say extreme and some say *Raw*
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I am using Lexar SDHC 8GB, class 10 cards in both the P7000 and my D7000 and have no problems with them.
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If you shoot in Raw, get the fastest card you can afford. Also perform the firmware update. Without these two improvements the Raw read speed to the card is excruciatingly slow. I started using an Extreme III and it works great.
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Class 2 – SD video recording
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.
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How can I get my P7000 to work with studio strobes?

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I have tried a PC cord adapter in the hot shoe, but can't get the flash to fire. If there is not a way to do this currently, can this be addressed in a firmware update? This is a much needed feature.
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I tried with an old Honeywell Stobonar. I used a slave on the strobe and used the Nikon built-in flash. I lowered the built-in flash to 1/64 power, just enough to set off the slave.
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Have you tried setting the camera to manual exposure and altering the flash settings in the menu? Havn't tried but I guess that's how you'd do it. May not be firing because the flash is set to the built in flash.
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You coud use pocket wizards or those cheap radio triggers that can be found on the auction site.
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Dark area in lower corner in frame

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I just got my P7000. LOVE IT!

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.

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Looks like you have the same issue I had. The lens...cover? blades? do not open all the way. Mine is back at Nikon for service. Note the same black gradient on my photo.
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New York, NY
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EVAN ,I HAVE HAD THE SAME PROBLEM, SOME TIMES THE LENS COVER BLADES STICK I HOPE WITH TIME THEY WILL BREAK IN. I THINK THIS IS IT.CHECK IT NEXT TIME YOU SHOOT,HOPE THIS HELPS.
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On the main screen it says lens error is there anything i can do to fix this?

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I've seen this too. So far, I've had to turn the camera off and back on to resolve it.

This message seems to come up when I've tried to focus in a tricky situation.
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Nikon Family: 21+ years
Experience: 1-3 months
Role: Serious passion, hobbyist

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If it shows lens error you are still on the initial firmware,you need to up date.
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.
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INDIA. Mumbai
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INDIA. Mumbai
Age: 55-65
Favorite Subject: Nature
Nikon Family: 21+ years
Role: Professional photographer

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Please click on the link below for troubleshooting information:
Answer Title: Lens Error message
Answer Link: http://support.nikonusa.com/app/ans...
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