Nikon Coolpix P7000
Announced Sep 8, 2010 •
10 megapixels | 3″ screen | 28 – 200 mm (7.1×)
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My sb-400 works perfectly with my P7100 and P7800, but it doesn't work at all with my new P7000. I bought the P7000 from keh. Actually I bought a P7000 in EX+ and the sb-400 didn't work with it so I sent it back. This one is the replacement also in EX+ and the sb-400 doesn't work with it either. Neither does my sb-600 or sb-300 all of which work with my other Nikons and should work with the P7000. I'll contact keh on Monday, but I was hoping someone here could help.
Preface: I brought this Ultimate Addons Messenger Bag(link for reference) a while ago; originally use to fit my netbook and a phone. Since then I have converted into fitting a tablet and a phone. Well, it will fit an additional normal P&S camera. A little problem with something like a Nikon P7000 but I still can struggle to make it fit. Since then, I have brought a factory refurb Canon Powershot G1X at a good deal for $400. And this thing is like double the size of even...
Hi there, I'm an amateur photographer who has been pondering a question. Every year or so cameras improve their IQ and low noise performance. When I look back at my original DSLR (a 6 MP Digital Rebel that was released in 2003) and compare the images (using the totally unscientific method of just looking at a lot of my photos) with my Nikon P7000 camera (which came out late 2010) the IQ looks similar and the low light noise performance of the P7000 actually looks better. I understand that...
HiI have been using a J1 for the past four months. It's a great camera that I am very happy with, except when shooting video. Video just seems much darker than I expect. I could be taking pictures in A mode and the moment I switch to video the LCD view becomes noticeably darker. There must be a technical reason for this but so far I haven't come across it in my searches.In comparison, the P7000 or D5100 don't exhibit such behaviour. Any answers?
In short: Considering the rebates to add to my lens kit without going broke. I'm a serious amateur wanting the best family photos, vacation, kid sports, assisting some organizations such as scouting. Have the Nikon 24-70 and 28-300, considering the 70-200 and possibly the 24-120 and primes due to the rebates. Any insights welcome! Here's the whole story!!!: Found my Nikon P7000 with its 28-200 covered 95% of my focal lengths but IQ, speed, and low light that were important to me were...
I bought a Nikon D5100 this summer and have been absolutely loving my first time with a DSLR, and sold my old Nikon P80. However, I realized I have need of a compact "point and shoot" for vacations and other "can't tote a DSLR outings" and have been trying to find a decent one. This has turned out to be something of a nightmare. I actually purchased a CoolPix S9050 (a Best Buy Black Friday exclusive) but have been a bit disappointed with the visual noise and somewhat grating focus noise.I...