Nikon Coolpix 950

Announced Feb 15, 1999 •
2 megapixels | 2 screen | 38 – 115 mm (3×)
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Originally the door to the battery compartment was broken and thus re-chargable batteris ran down very quickly. The problem was fixed by Nikon at no cost (camera was still under warranty) Since then the camera has been flawless. I have fabulous success printing digital images on an Epson Stylus photo 1270 Problems: see user review above

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My first Digital Camera was reconditioned CoolPix 900- I used it for about 7 months before it's hinge failed. I was so impressed, I purchased new 950 in spite of failure of 900. I was much more impressed with it in spite of it's rather cumbersome menu interface and unintuitive tendency to change settings on it's own. The Coolpix 950 is, in my opinion, the best of the 9XX line in terms of what it had to offer when it was released vs. other cameras. That said, I think Nikon has really fallen ...

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This was my second digital camera. My first, an Olympus D-600L, I still have. I have tried to sell the Olympus, but to no avail. It still takes great pictures, so what the hay, I think I will keep it. Back to the 950. Bought this puppy in '99 just after it came out. I was instantly thrilled by the high quality photos that this digi produced. And its macro capability is awesome. I have seen some people comment that they can only get 5x7s out of this camera. You guys oughta see the 8x10s ...

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Amatuer's dreamboat, generally good all-around camera for snapshots, family photos, macro shots of flowers, and a few amazing photos. We've had this camera for about 2 years now, bought it used, dropped it many times, and it still works pretty well. Picture quality is quite good, resolution is perfect for everyday and good enough to give a small framed pretty picture for a present, but 5x7 is the limit. Easy to pick up and use, difficult and sometimes not worthwhile to customize settings, ...

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I used this camera for just under a year. It was my second digital camera. The learning curve was a bit steep on this one, but once I was comfortable with the many features, I really enjoyed the camera. No complaints here. I just ordered the 995 and I'm giving this camera to my dad who wants to get started with digital photography. Problems: More often than not, I had to do some image manupulation with my favorite photo editing software to clean up my pictures. I struggled a bit getting ...

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Good overall. Red eye reduction is poor and the camera lens always starts up at the full zoom position.

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After having considered one of these and reading several reviews, both pro and con, I decided to take the plunge. I have owned several other dcams, most recentley a Sony DSC-S75 and an Epson 3100,( the 3100 IMHO, far exceeds in terms of image quality and ease of use, the sony!!) that being said, I feel this camera is on par with most if not all others I have used. Image quality is very nice, accurate colors, very sharp and has been stated to the point ad nauseum, the macro capabilities are ...

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Camera is great. More than enough features. . Problems: Only problem Ihavae had it will not download on the new windows XP and Nikon says they are not going to upgrade software to make it happen

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This is a fantastic camera with fantastic features.

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Have had this camera about two or three years. Bought it, within the price range, because it would allow for some interchangeable lenses... something close to SLR. On that score, the camera was an expensive bust... it's very difficult to do any real "slr" type photography with this camera, and in the end I'd spent about $1500 for the whole thing... I would have done better to go in a different direction. A lot has changed in the last few years, but seeing that the newer cameras in this line ...

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