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Just Posted: Nikon Coolpix P310 review

By dpreview staff on Jun 22, 2012 at 20:36 GMT

Just Posted: our review of the Nikon Coolpix P310 mid-level compact camera. The P310 builds on the groundwork done by its predecessor, the Coolpix P300 - offering the manual control of its more expensive enthusiast peers, such as Canon's S100 but using a smaller sensor to keep the cost down. The P310 features a 24-100mm equivalent, F1.8-4.9 lens in front of a 16MP back-lit CMOS sensor capable of 1080p30 video.

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Gesture
By Gesture (Jun 22, 2012)

Thanks for reviewing. There's some typos in the text.
"Flash unusable for closest macro capabilities (0.8 inches/2cm) due to overexposure and shadow cast by lens " WOW. My Coolpix 995 can do better. I wish Nikon would take point and shoot cameras seriously. Give this an EVF like the Coolpix P60!

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Vincent Aquilino
By Vincent Aquilino (Jun 23, 2012)

No raw because this camera is more for the person who just wants to take decent pictures in a small package and not sit at a computer all day to modify them.If you want raw buy a P7100 or
Nikon 1 series.I think it is funny that if a camera has no raw that
people won't buy it.Almost sounds like they can't take a good picture without raw because their crummy photographers.They need software to get a decent picture,da already,get a life already.

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dpreview grateful user
By dpreview grateful user (Jun 23, 2012)

FYI, Nokia 808 costs over £460 GBP (717 US$) in the UK

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Gesture
By Gesture (Jun 25, 2012)

Didn't comment on absence of RAW.

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