Nikon Coolpix P2

Announced Sep 1, 2005 •
5 megapixels | 2.5 screen | 35 – 126 mm (3.6×)
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You can use it as a point and shoot but it also has aperture priority and program mode. In aperture priority it is one-click to get to a screen for changing f-stop and exposure compensation. From program mode it is one-click to get to a screen to change the speed/f- stop combo and exposure compensation. There is a designated ISO click-stop on the top dial, so no need to go into the menus. There is a click-stop on the top dial for Set-Up and from there there is a screen that allows you to set ...

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Just bought one for my friend and tried one day. The grey market is US$191 in my local store. For this price, I really think that it has the best value for money. One more delight is that I find that it has image ratio 3:2 other than the default 4:3. In Dpreview's table it only shows 4:3. For my friend who don't like to edit photo, this feature is very helpful. The operation speed and 2.5 inch screen is very impressive. I have a 3700 and 7900 already, my friend's purchase makes me envy. hehe. ...

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Have had this camera for 1 week (to replace my awesome looking but horrible performing Sony DSC-T7) Pros: 1. Aperture priority 2. Definable WB 3. WiFi 4. quick easy of use menu interface 5. not too much noise at ISO400 Cons: 1. build is cheap plastic (especially the lensecover and the wheel button). could have been the "good" plastic at least. 2. focus is a bit slow and hard to get under less than ideal light closeup 3. LCD is 110pix and not 200pix Problems: WiFi stopped working on PC. Need ...

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This camera is excelent! Ive had it for almost a month and I have to say that Im still playing with all the features. I Specailly like the WiFi, it just makes it so easy when you have a notebook and are outdoors, it sends them as soon as you take the picture. Image quality is, for a point and shoot, really good, it comes very close to what you see. And its only 300 bux, more affordable than the Olympus and Canon equivalents. And it comes with good software, Picture Project is easy to use and ...

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