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An advanced performance camera that has it all—amazing zoom power, outstanding image quality and the convenience of Wi-Fi® connectivity.

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What can you see with the power of a 60x optical zoom NIKKOR Super ED glass lens? The nuance of your child's expression the moment she scores a goal; the small beads of sweat on a performer's brow during an evening concert; the flittering movements of a bird so far in the distance, it doesn't even notice you. Combine that game-changing zoom power with a CMOS image sensor capable of preserving the fine details of those views, blazing fast autofocus and shooting speeds, a swiveling LCD, manual controls and a battery that lasts up to approx. 330 shots per charge, and you've got one of the most powerful, exciting COOLPIX cameras yet, the COOLPIX P600. What's more? Moments after you capture an extreme close-up, it can appear on your compatible smartphone or tablet for easy sharing. For those seeking zoom power and advanced performance, the COOLPIX P600 delivers.
VR image stabilization
Motion Detection
ISO 6400
CMOS
Clear Color Display
Smart Portrait System
Scene Auto Selector
Target Finding AF
Subject Tracking
Full HD
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Dynamic Fine Zoom
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Get even closer to what matters

Zoom in close with Dynamic Fine Zoom

Every COOLPIX is designed around a genuine NIKKOR glass lens, the legendary optics that have helped make Nikon famous. The COOLPIX P600’s 60x optical zoom lens goes from wide-angle—great for portraits and landscapes—all the way up to telephoto—great for closeups of sports, concerts, nature and more. When you need even more reach, zoom up to 60x with optical zoom and 120x with Dynamic Fine Zoom, an enhanced digital zoom function that effectively doubles your reach.

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Your smartphone's new best friend

Built-in Wi-Fi® for instant photo sharing and remote camera control with a compatible smartphone or tablet

Your smartphone or tablet will be your favorite accessory! Take beautiful photos with the COOLPIX P600 and watch them instantly appear on your compatible smartphone or tablet. Then share them without missing a beat—text them, email them, upload to your favorite social networking site—it’s your choice! You can even use your smartphone or tablet as a remote control for the COOLPIX P600, perfect for self portraits and group shots that actually include you.


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Precise high resolution monitor

Dual Viewing systems—Vari-angle display and Electronic Eye-Level viewfinder

Shooting conditions vary, so the COOLPIX P600 has two viewing systems: a large 3-inch Vari-angle display that swings and swivels to provide easy viewing from almost any position, plus an electronic Eye-Level viewfinder for D-SLR-style shooting. Find exciting new perspectives by swiveling out the Vari-angle display and moving the camera around—raise it overhead or move it to ground-level for suprirsing new views. When conditions require, use the bright, Electronic Eye-Level viewfinder and frame exactly the shot you want.
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Take control of your vision

Full manual exposure control lets you bring your creative vision to life

The COOLPIX P600 takes exceptional images on its own, but when you want to take control of exposure, you can.  Select from Program, Shutter Priority, Aperture Priority or Manual mode and create without limitations.
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Shoot more, charge less

Take up to 330 photos on a single battery charge

The COOLPIX P600 is designed to maximize the time you spend taking great photos and videos. Thanks to an improved energy efficient design, you can shoot up to approx. 330 photos at full resolution on a single battery charge! Spend more time capturing special moments and less time waiting for a charge.
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Shoot at the speed of life

When the action speeds up, simply hold the shutter button and fire off up to 7 continuous shots per second. Catch views you may not have seen before in your photos.
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Give yourself options

With the new Multiple Exposure Mode, the COOLPIX P600 will capture two to three different exposures and combine them into one saved image.
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Record superior videos

Record phenomenal Full HD 1080p videos with stereo sound. Connect to an HDTV* and watch your videos come alive.
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Let the camera call the shots

Easily match your situation to one of 20 Scene Modes like Beach, Snow, Night Portrait, Sunset and more, and enjoy effortless great shots. Or, choose Scene Auto Selector and let the camera choose for you.

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This camera's built-in Wi-Fi® capability can only be used with a compatible iPhone®, iPad®, and/or iPod touch® or smart devices running on the Android™ operating system. The Wireless Mobile Utility application must be installed on the device before it can be used with this camera.
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Super Zoom Quality Package My purchase was to upgrade from a 14.1, 26X Optical Zoom camera that was four years old. I read many reviews from third parties and users with samples on Flickr. While my camera was being shipped I downloaded the manual to learn of its features. When it arrived I installed the strap and lens cap string and proceeded to charge the battery fully. The whole process was simple. My first picture was of a squirrel high up a mature pine tree beyond my backyard using the Bird-watching setting. I also took a shot using my other camera but, it was out of optical zoom range. When the little white box turns red it is out of focus. When it turns green it is in focus so then you gently press the shutter button all the way and the shot is processed quickly. I am using a SanDisk Ultra Plus, Grade (10) Speed up to 48 MB/s** 320X so my video and process time is much faster than others were experiencing. When I attached the camera to my computer the transfer rate was very fast. The squirrel shot was a Wow! You could clearly see the whiskers against a white and dark background. It was beautiful detail right out of the camera. My hobby is wildlife photography and that means the Nikon Coolpix P600 with 60X optical zoom is most important. I was now able to photograph Bald Eagles at their nest using all of the 60X zoom. After just a little over one month useage the quality, detail and sharpness of images is a huge jump forward from my previous camera. I believe Nikon has advanced the technology substantially with these types of cameras using small image sensors and one lens to cover a huge range. I am used to moving the lens slightly when you land on a spot where the camera has problems with focus. It works like magic. I had a situation where I could see two Bald Eagles on a nesting platform for Osprey that required full optical zoom and one was calling to the other. It was not possible for me to hold the camera still for a video with that much zoom. I put my portable tripod on the hood of my vehicle using the Full HD 1080 30p and shot a beautiful video with her calling to him next to her on the platform. Immediately following those calls she flew to the nest nearby and settled to the center of the nest where she has been on eggs and will be with help from him for 35 days. The camera is amazing. February 7, 2015
Reasons to buy this camera and tips when buying this camera! I bought the P600 in red and am SO HAPPY! I am 22 and bought for vacation and travels, even if it's just around town. I wanted a better quality camera than my iPhone (picture and description comparison below) REASONS TO BUY 1) It's lightweight and easy to carry around. I made sure not to buy a heavy camera that would hurt my neck or hurt my shoulder when it's in a shoulder bag. It has a non-slip grip for your fingers and for when you rest your thumb on the back of the camera. 2) There is a flip screen. That was one of the biggest factors I had when buying a camera. Great for me if I want to be in a picture with someone but I'm outside and don't have a tripod. 3) There are also different settings. I like using "night landscape" and "night portrait" for when it gets dark outside. 4) The red color looks sharp. The black appeared dull and matte to me. That's why I bought the red, for the shiny pizzazz. Red is only available online but this product has free overnight shipping. 5) The quality is amazing! Stunning photographs. 6) There is WiFi, but I'm ok with plugging the camera into the computer. For Mac users, the photos and videos default download to iPhoto, you can select what you want to download, and then you can choose to keep or delete photos from the camera. TIP - MEGAPIXELS: I kept wondering if I should buy a camera with more megapixels. My friend has a 24 megapixel camera; this one has 16.1 megapixels. I looked online, as long as you have 14 megapixels, you are good! My friend spent over $800 and compared mine and didn't understand why she paid so much. Online it says companies increase the megapixels as a ploy to make you pay more money and believe it's much better. Unless you do a lot of cropping or want to make outrageously large wall-sized printouts of your photos, 16.1 megapixels is enough :) TIP - VS. IPHONE: The iPhone has 8 mp. Sure, the iPhone takes decent pictures, but there is a definite image quality difference when comparing the P600 to the iPhone. With the P600, I look so much clearer! My skin is smooth, not grainy like the iPhone pictures. The iPhone also can't zoom when you take a picture and doesn't have all these settings, and also does not have a self-timer. TIP - WHEN TO BUY: I bought in December (Christmas time). It was on sale for $416 after tax, and then I bought the additional 2 year warranty for $50. I bought on this website. OVERALL: Great camera! I'm extremely pleased and everyone is impressed with the pictures. Bought it for Christmas and everyone and everything looks great in our Christmas photos! December 26, 2014
Crisp pix; maneuverable screen; Wi-Fi - all what I was looking for What caught my eye when I saw this was the maneuverable screen, which I have on my old Pentax. I really use that a lot to be able to see what I am shooting from low angles or holding the camera high over my head. No guessing. I had looked for that for some time and saw this camera on display. The second feature I was looking for was Wi-Fi so if I am out and about and want to send a pic to someone thru my Smartphone. It took me awhile to figure this out, but finally got the phone to read the camera (which acts as a modem). The SSID is built in so you don't have to put anything in. The instruction manual is useless for this, but I looked on line to get a little more help and a techie friend looked at it for me and we quickly figured it out.(You do have to download a free app so these will connect. I took some amazing night shots on the streets of our town with Christmas decorations and the flash was not needed. I'm very happy with the resolution of these photos. The zoom is the right dimensions for most pix I want. This does look like an SLR camera, but it is not. It does have the better zoom than other point and shoot and is easy to figure out the controls. I've just had this a month and I'm quite pleased with it! December 9, 2014
Small and convenient, Great for travel. I was looking for a camera to take with me on trips and for special occasions but I wanted something that was not complicated to operate. Yet had to take a quality picture like my old SLR with multiple lens. So after several months of research I choose the P600. This camera is great. I've only had it about a month and still experimenting with it but it's all that I wanted. November 5, 2014
Excellent Super Zoom I am basing my rating on other cameras of this class, I would not expect to get the same image quality from this as I would a full frame, $6000.00 camera. Having said that, this camera pleasantly surprised me with the sharpness and color saturation I got throughout the 60x zoom range. Very impressive. The camera is packed with features and I love taking it out to the zoo to get close up shots of the animals. It is also very good for close up macro images. The camera is packed with features and I highly recommend you give this camera a try if you are looking for the convenience of an all in one super zoom. September 7, 2014
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can you attach a lens hood and filters?

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YES, you can use 52mm filters on it. I have been using them on mine for 6 months now and I have never had a problem. I have included a photo I took this past summer using some ND filters and as you can see, they worked great!
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I just purchased the P600 and was able to attach a 52 km. filter as well as a lens hoob, both older models from Vivitar.
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52mm filter fits perfect!
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No, The COOLPIX P600 is not compatible with any lens hoods or filters.
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Were can I download a copy of the P600 Manual

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When do you foresee the manual coming out for the P600?
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PDF file will not download. Says network error do you want to reload.
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Sorry link didn't show up
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Not available yet, here is the site it will come up on when it is available. You just have to keep checking.
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Can you take a photo while video is on?

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I want to be able to take a photo while video taping at the same time.
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At certain video settings the P520 will shoot up to 10 still photos per video file. I've used it frequently. If you can't do that with the P600 I would be surprised (and disappointed), given the additional claimed video settings.
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the Performance series (P) of Coolpix cameras isn't designed to replace either the mirrorless cameras (with the ability to shoot still image while video taping# NOR THE DSLR cameras with a full line of accessories and high performance abilities.

This camera follows a nice history of performance compact cameras with built-in lens - - now at super range! A DSLR with lens to allow close to such focal lengths, would cost far beyond $500 - - but would also sport larger sensor and more of the precious glass which adds clarity and weight as well as $$.

This P600 is ideal for the serious photographer or family shooter on the go: When your phone or small camera isn't allowing quite enough zoom: this is your answer! This category of super zoom began at 10x, 18x and has now jumped from 42x to 60x... boasting optical zoom: the 35mm equivalent of 24x wide and 1440x telephoto! #with additional digital zoom included just shy of 2000!)

The Nikon 1 V3 bridges the Coolpix smaller package and the versatility of the DSLR systems.

Nice job Nikon!

With small cameras with built in flash and built-in lens,there are limitations - - still tremendous reasons for moving to Nikon 1 or DSLR with optional lenses, external flash shoe and optional vertical grip, flashes, filters, tele-converters and more... D3300, D5300, D7100, D610, D800, D4, and the D3x!
...each packed with features and enough limitations to call us to the next level of camera!

YET, to my knowledge, only the Nikon 1 with the mirrorless system allows shooting stills and video at same time. Does anyone know any different?
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no u can't.!
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The P600 does not take RAW pictures, jpg only.
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P600 files are JPEG only.
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Raw files can be transferred as well as jpeg's
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nikon p600 camera software

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Does nikon software let you save images in a folder each day. Or is it all just numbering with no folders?
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The COOLPIX P600 stores still images, movies and voice memos in numbered folders. A new folder is created when the number of files in the current folder reaches 200, when using interval timer shooting, or when "Reset File Numbering" is performed. Information on using "Reset File Numbering" can be found on page 73 of the Reference Section of the P600 manual. A copy of the P600 manual can be downloaded from this address: https://support.nikonusa.com/app/an...
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You can create your own folders or destinations.
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If you import with Transfer it can be set to save to individual as date shot folders
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is there any new firmware update for the p600?

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Yes, Now is available. Firmware 1.1 to anticipate over exposure. You can visit Nikon authorized dealer. Nikon Team send me e-mail tell me like that in Indonesia.
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There no current firmware updates for the P600.
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Hi, can one buy a compatible remote shutter release for the Coolpix P600

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WI fi app work well with mobile phone or tablets in nikon software site.
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No, there are no remotes available for the P600
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Nikon does not make a remote release for the P600
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Is there any "shutter lag" like on the P510 ? This would affect decision to purchase.

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Not only does it have shutter lag but when you try to compensate for the shutter lag by shooting in bursts it takes forever for the P600 to process the data and recover to the point that will allow you to take another picture. Meanwhile the animal or bird is long gone. I have had to use video for shots like that and pull a picture from the video. I have talked with a Nikon tech and they blame it on the memory card. That is only a cover up for their slow processor or a glitch in the system they don't want to deal with. I got rid of my Canon SX50 HS for this P600 and I am very disappointed that I did. The SX50 allowed me to take multiple pictures and be ready for another burst in less than a second. I took a bath getting rid of my SX50 and don't want to lose money again with this one so I am stuck with it. It does take really nice still shots and the zoom is awesome but falls short in the speed department. After I spoke with a Nikon tech about it I went out and bought a faster memory card to remedy this problem. I had already tried 3 different manufacturers' cards that were 32gb and ranged from 30 to 40 MBs speed. They all took the same slow amount of time #26 seconds# to recover from a 6 picture burst. The new 32 GB card, is a Sandisk Extreme Plus 80MBs and still a full 20 second lag after a burst of 6 pictures until you can take the next one. To me that is extremely unacceptable! I wish I could talk to someone at Nikon that can talk to me and HONESTLY explain why the lag is so long on the P600 vs the SX50 HS. I guarantee it has nothing to do with the memory cards. The 30MBs ones I had with the SX50 HS were all capable of handling a 6 shot burst and getting the camera ready for another burst within a second. Just for the record, I am doing these tests with the camera at 12Mpx and not the highest setting of 16.1Mpx.
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Yes, there is shutter lag! I bought my p600 last week and have decided to return it. Shutter lag is one of the main reasons. I would not recommend this camera to anyone who is taking bird pictures from a distance unless the birds don't move. By the time the camera focuses the shot is over or turns out blurry. Otherwise it's great for stills.
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Shutter lag is not in the published specifications of the COOLPIX P600. However, The COOLPIX P600 can take up to Up to 7 shots at approximately 7 frames per second.
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What is the lens filter size and does it accommodate threaded filters or require an adaptor?

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It takes a 52mm filter and you won't need an adaptor. I have been using filters and hoods with mine for 6 months now and have not had any problems.
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Nikon Family: 11-20 years
Experience: 6-12 months
Role: Professional photographer

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The COOLPIX P600 is not compatible with filters and is not equipt with threads to attach a filter.
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What all comes with my order,chager,batteries,case,tri pod,ectt....

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Park Falls, WI, USA
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Park Falls, WI, USA
Age: Over 65
Favorite Subject: Landscape
Nikon Family: 21+ years
Experience: Less than a month
Role: Occasional user, memory keeper
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Dera Nikon Chelsea,

I think it must be MH67P, not 71P
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Jakarta, Indonesia
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Jakarta, Indonesia
Age: 45-54
Favorite Subject: Nature
Nikon Family: 0-1 years
Experience: 1-3 months
Role: Serious passion, hobbyist

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COOLPIX P600 comes with an AN-CP21 Strap, UC-E21 USB Cable, EN-EL23 Rechargeable Li-ion Battery, Charging AC Adapter EH-71P, LC-CP29 Lens Cap.
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