Nikon Coolpix P310

Announced Feb 1, 2012 •
16 megapixels | 3 screen | 24 – 100 mm (4.2×)
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........never the less very much satisfied with it. IQ is the best you`re gonna get from a sensor this size but it`s generally more than good enough especially for $159 new. The auto WB is excellent and color straight out of the camera is far better than my LX7. I do much less post processing with the Nikon. It`s hard to see the slightly better IQ from my LX7 unless I blow em up full pixel size on the screen and that`s far larger than I`ll ever print. The P310 is the camera I take with me ...

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A Nice manual control compact camera at this price range. Love the 1.8 bright len, ISO100 and the Fn button. If Nikon can add a built-in GPS and a bigger CMOS sensor in this same compact size... it will be a winner and I don't mind paying more for it.

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Does great work up to 1600 at any size you're likely to print from a compact camera. This an impressive little piece that can duplicate most DSLR work aside from the focal length extremes. The 1.8 24mm wide sealed the deal for me: sharp, fast, and great for street shots. Well thought-out feature set with full manual control and some useful scene mode/post-processing gimmicks. My favorite handling features include the assignable shortcut button on the front of the camera which I use to ...

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Am very disappointed in the Nikon P310's HD Video capabilities, and its only a average still-image picture taker as well. I'm going to return it today for a refund or credit. The 1080p and 720p HD video clips of moving objects like cars and trains jitter during playback, and sometimes a lot. And videos taken indoors show severe artifacting if panning around; Vertical edges (corners of walls, doorways, Windows, furniture) get jagged. When panning slowly indoors, there seems to the a ...

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Doug
 
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Good old .jpg doing it right and1.8 takes care of all your 'on the town' photos. Pick one light source or 3 types. My opinion, Nikon has another keeper. A must have. I still have the wrapper in hand, beaming over first impression the camera points and shoots as never before. It will take a lot of time to beat this little beauty to pieces, but for now, very impressive. Read the specs. for info on intended usage. Problems: How much smarter do these 91 AE AF points need to be?

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