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It looks and feels good in the hand, with a rubber grip on its front right. The Nikon CoolPix P is compact enough to slip in a backpack or hang comfortably round your neck but not so small that the buttons are teeny or the frame too small to use. Menu items can largely be selected using the navipad, with grouped menus to adjust for setup, shooting modes for stills, movie settings and playback. Standard adjustments to image size, white balance, modes and camera-assist tools such as the vibration and motion reduction tools can be selected without having to switch from modes on the camera's top dial. Scene modes on the Nikon CoolPix P are either user-selectable or automatic. Aperture priority, shutter priority, multi-point autofocus and user-defined manual settings are all accessible from the dial menu.
Nikon COOLPIX P100
Nikon Coolpix P100
The 3in tilt-adjustable LCD on the back of the Nikon CoolPix P and the huge extending lens are the only aspects that seem out of place on this otherwise well-proportioned Nikon COOLPIX P100 - and these are hardly complaints. The K-pixel LCD panel is a little stiff, but it's definitely useful to be able to angle it and capture awkward shots when shooting video.
You can toggle between using either the electronic viewfinder or LCD, while a prominent red button on the back of the camera is used to start and stop video recording. We preferred this to the Nikon COOLPIX P100 arrangement of video mode selected from the dial. Before getting into the results, let's just say that the Nikon P is a fun camera, thanks to the 26x zoom which let me capture the top of the Eiffel Tower, stacks of colorful slot machines, and the bust of Julius Caesar not many places where you can pull that off! It's light, has a good feel, and --unlike a DSLR--won't have you swapping out lenses at inconvenient times or bumming a shoulder massage after carrying one around all day.
The menus, while a bit cumbersome at first, are easily mastered so you have access to the photographic tweaks you find appealing. I did most of my shooting at the 3, x 2, pixel Fine setting, kicking off in Auto, then moving through the Mode dial options. Unlike some competing mega-zooms, the Nikon P does not have a RAW option, so if that is a key consideration, look elsewhere.
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Options seem unlimited with the Nikon P Its light weight makes it easier to bring along too. I had the camera with me walking The Strip, exploring hotels and casinos. Nikon COOLPIX P100
Overall I Nikon COOLPIX P100 quite impressed with still-image quality. Colors were very accurate in bright sunshine as well as indoors. Quality images are to be Nikon COOLPIX P100 in Las Vegas during daytime, and the Nikon P delivered in spades. Blue skies were spot-on to my taste as were the flower sculptures in the Bellagio hotel. The camera was less successful with bright greens and yellows, which were a bit muted. Critically important is Nikon's VR stabilization system and this worked very well at extreme telephoto in almost all cases. It's not perfect, as one of my super-zoomed shots of neon-lit restaurant sign was a bit fuzzy. Given the distance, however, it was still a keeper.
It's also versatile enough to capture the extreme uniqueness of Las Vegas, where you never know what you'll find. In the lab, wide-angle and telephoto zoom settings produced somewhat soft images overall, even at the center of Nikon COOLPIX P100 frame telephoto much more so than wide-angle. It was less noticeable on my 8xinch prints. There was very slight barrel distortion and only a trace of pincushion distortion, thanks to the P's optional Distortion Control feature. Not surprisingly, distortion was higher than average with it off. Chromatic aberration at wide-angle is actually quite low, with only a hint of coloration on the side of the target lines.
Telephoto, however, exhibits a large number of bright blue-ish pixels, which extend far into the black target areas.
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I took some macro images of desert flowers and liked the Nikon COOLPIX P100 results. This was borne out at the lab where it was determined macro mode captured sharp details at the center of the frame, though blurring is fairly strong in the corners and around the edges. Minimum coverage area is 0. Noise wasn't a major issue for my prints. I shot my test subject at ISOand found noise under control up to ISO with it becoming more of an issue at 1, and 3, In the lab detail is already soft at ISObecoming increasingly smudged from there on out.
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