Nikon Coolpix P5000

Announced Feb 20, 2007 •
10 megapixels | 2.5 screen | 36 – 126 mm (3.5×)
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I last owned a Coolpix when it was 5 meg. I now use a Nikon D200, which is great, but heavy. I sprung for this Coolpix to have something small. It is shockingly good. I had no idea. Furthermore, the controls are very sophisticated for the not-point-and-shoot crowd. As one example, when you put on the wide angle accessory lens, there is an option to offset the barrel and pincussion distortion. I believe this camera could be happily used by someone who would do little or no computer work ...

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I bought this camera to replace my SamSung V50. P5000 is a very friendly camera in almost every aspect. It is light. It is Ok for man and woman to carry around over your necks. Even with 10 million pixels, the camera can store the pic quite fast. This new Nikon P5000 has all the features that a NEW camera should have. VR image stabilization works very good. This camera has a very User-friendly menu. It only takes you a few tries to get used to it. It has a Hot shoe for external ...

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Bought the camera in preparation for a trip overseas as soon as it became available on the market. I knew I wasn't going to get dslr quality images and therefore lowered my expectations. The camera feels like a real cameras, the body has some heft to it and feels solid..not like some other cameras out there...the image stabilization is dead on target, rock solid. the menu is easy to use, you don't even need to look at the user's manual. I spent the last 6 days testing it, using it the same ...

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