Nikon Coolpix 2200

Announced Jan 8, 2004 •
2 megapixels | 1.6 screen | 36 – 108 mm (3×)
roboshooter
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Excellent pictures with very little post processing work. Great macro mode, excellent flash exposures, long battery life, great size.

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franroca
 
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Tot i que no és una càmera avançada, permet fotos força correctes per a un afeccionat de nivell mig quan és vol rapidesa i poques complicacions.

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EdfromNZ
 
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I have owned it 12 months, 3500 shots. Easy to carry, easy to use, good photos, quite good even without flash in lowish light. Reasonably rugged. Excellent camera for point n shoot. Problems: None. LCD a bit small, and gets crowded with image info turned on.

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LVT
 
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- Small, light and strong plastic body, easy to use. - Optical zoom 3x. - Powerful flash. - The camera can take excellent pictures in macro mode and outdoor. - One mini usb connector for both PC and TV. - Buttons are well placed with easy access. - Excellent batteries life (I'm taking about rechargeable Ni-MH) - Movies quality is OK Problems: - No AF Assist Lamp. - No sound for movies. - No voice for picture note. - Slow focus in low light area, sometime is impossible. - Indoor pictures are ...

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iwanabfishn
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I purchased this camera as a back up to my Oly and for my wife & kids to use. Wanted a small, easy to use camera for the whole family. Looked at others, but for the price the Nikon CP2200 offered the most. Pictures are of good quality with excellent colors. Like that it uses AA batteries. Problems: none so far.

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Patrick Wils
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There are better options for the money... Good: The blur warning. Tells you that a photo may be blurred. Very useful. Good thinking Nikon! It has a pretty quick reaction on the shutter, especially for the cheapest camera (of a brand that is) you can get. Too bad: the lens is a real let down. Too much chromatic abberations in the corners, soft lens altogether. Colours are far too saturated in bright light Resolution is quite a bit worse than for example Canon A60 (which is now so cheap that it ...

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dgonzal
 
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One of the best values around. I can hardly think of another camera with similar features in this price range: -Great price (got mine for $135) -Small, lightweight and easy to use -Overall nice pictures -Excellent macro capabilities -Nice 3x optical zoom. Problems: -Pictures tend to come blurry or noisy, especially without the flash or at some of the "scene" modes. -Chromatic aberration is visible sometimes. -Batteries and SD card slots doors feel very cheap, I'm afraid I might break them at ...

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maney gomes
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Overall this is a decent camera and good value for the money. The Goods: It has better build quality than its competior. -Perffect physical size and shape. -The LCD is a lot better and sharper than olympus, samsung, vivitar and minolta in the same price range. -LCD gives a cleaner image under low light condition. -Overall Good image quality considering it is only 2MP. -Better image quality than Olympus D565 and minolta 2MP. -Better battery life than most 2AA cameras. (D565) -In general, ...

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Best right now for under $140-150. Got it for $137 shipped (newegg) for fiancees' parents (+$33 for 128MB SD). I also have used extensively Coolpix 4300, canon a70, canon s50, Fuji A210 (other relatives). Can't compare to more expensive cameras but cannot be beat at this price. For 4x6, and some blow ups it's perfect--a friend who has 2100 coolpix--an 8x10 looked fine. Highly recomended for entry level / basic users--maybe not most in this forum but if you getting inexpensive for someone ...

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Appraiser
 
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If you like the coolpix cameras, then get the 3200. After reading about the coolpix 2200/3200 on dpreview.com nikonusa.com and other sites plus talking with retail store sales reps, I bought the 2200 thinking the only difference was 1 megapixel. Wrong. The 2200 does not have sound with its movie feature, does not include the rechargable lithium battery pack with charger, and does not have an Auto Focus lamp. All are well worth the $100US price difference. Pros include small pocket size, ...

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