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Nikon Coolpix P7700 Digital Camera Review – 2012 Best Point-and-Shoot Camera

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5 comments

  1. This video simply gave me a headache – it's relentless. Yak, yak, yak.

  2. The Nikon P7700 is solidly built and it feels tough…. but still light. The telephoto range (about 200 mm) captures most of the stolen shots of people and signs. If I add the wide angle converter lens, the telephoto range should get shorter. I think I will be ok for a 150 mm reach. About 90% of my shooting is indoors and that is why the 20 mm to 24 mm would take care of most indoor shots. All in all, its a great one-camera to travel with. Oh yes, that Nikon name in front attracts. tnx Ed

  3. I am very happy with the Nikon P7700. The pics and video came out great. I tried the scene museum mode (no flash). I was so surprised at the better colors and bright depth of field. The F2.0 lens really helped, I think. I like to get a wide angle converter lens so it can capture most of the indoor shots like the Sony 24 mm lens (which are 80% of my shots). I like to add a polarize filter to bring out more vivid pictures (like its alive) and incredible blue skies (like the Pentax DSLR) tnx Ed

  4. Andrés Guzmán

    So if you are a begginer, s t a good idea?

  5. This or Canon g15 or Lumix LX7 or fujifilm x10?

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