Nikon Coolpix P7000

Announced Sep 8, 2010 •
10 megapixels | 3 screen | 28 – 200 mm (7.1×)
JoeDS
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I really like this camera. So much so that I gave each of my sons one even though we all had Nikon SLRs. I always take it on vacation as a backup in case something happens to my D7000. My wife carry's it and uses it for her camera. She just shoots on Auto and rarely gets a bad shot. I especially like the fact it has a optical viewfinder. So often we are in bright sun and an LCD is mostly useless. Its a lot of shot for the buck.

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Wilmar Boer
 
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I just got a P7000. I chose it over the P7100 because it was €120,- cheaper. Now I have it I just don't understand some of the negative reviews that say it's too slow. I don't mis a shot and the menu's and write times are fast enough. Yes, my D700 dSLR is quicker. But I'm happy I didn't spend €120,- more for the little speed difference. The second dial on the front of de P7100 is nice. But now I'm used to the two dial's at the back the P7000 is working fine. With my thumb I can set shutter ...

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The P7000 is my third digital, all Nikons, all "point and shoot" compacts. I bought one in April, 2011, after very careful consideration of all possible alternatives, including big, heavy, noisy DSLRs. I was a full time working pro for over 30 years, 16 of them with my own studio. I know photography, I know cameras, and I know limitations (show me the camera that does not have some). The P7000 replaced a P5000 I'd used for almost 3 years. I wanted the slightly bigger sensor and many of the ...

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custer
 
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I have buy the P7000 because I want to have a smaler camera as the D90 as an "every by myself camera"! The photos that I make with the D90 are all in Nikon RAW! And I develop it in Nikon Capture NX2! So the same I do it with the P7000 and the quality is most the same as the D90! To make photos with the P7000 is very comfortable. The menue is a little bit slow. To save a RAW (NRW) file the same, but it´s not a Problem! PS:Sorry for my bad english! Problems: The flash in AF-funktion ...

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We bought a P7000 to have a backup in case of technical failure of our D200 DSLR camera while traveling (we do not want to take a second heavy DSLR camera in our luggage). Most of the photos are quite good. The camera is easy to use, is light, and has a very good LCD-screen. It will not replace our DSLR camera, but as a backup in case of emergency it fits perfectly. We are quite happy with this compact camera, and it does what we expected it to do. Problems: After a few months the lens door ...

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