Nikon Coolpix P4 reviews

Nikon Coolpix P4 review Trusted Reviews has posted a Nikon Coolpix P4 review and write: “In the Coolpix P4 Nikon has produced an excellent all-rounder, a pocket compact camera with a wider than average zoom range, a useful selection of features and options, and superb image quality. It is rather expensive compared to its immediate competition, but the extra money buys the quality and reliability that go with the Nikon brand. If you are looking for something a little more than the average snapshot camera it is well worth a look.”

PhotographyBLOG posts a Nikon Coolpix P4 review where he writes about the 8 megapixel digital camera: “The “P” in Nikon Coolpix P4 stands for “Performance”, and overall this camera delivers on that promise. This is a fairly compact camera that you can take everywhere, which is well-designed in the sense that it is intuitive to use, rather than good to look at. The 3.5x zoom lens covers a versatile focal length of 36-126mm, and the new Vibration Reduction feature is a very effective addition to the Coolpix range, especially as the fastest ISO speed of 400 is rather noisy. Image quality is very good, with only the night photograph spoiling the overall performance. The action aspect is the weak point of the Nikon Coolpix P4. There is no shutter-priority mode, a slowest shutter speed of only 2 seconds, and a slow continuous shooting speed. For most other situations, however, the P4 is perfect, with the aperture-priority mode and new menu system being particularly well implemented.”

ePhotozine has posted a Nikon Coolpix P4 review and write: “The Nikon Coolpix P4 may not be the smallest, lightest or even most stylish compact digital camera available, but it makes up for this with by being packed with features and producing excellent quality images. The VR system is effective, although this can be offset by the limited ISO range of the camera as many newer cameras now have sensitivities up to ISO1600. An aperture-priority mode on a compact is a great feature, it allows greater control over shutter speed and depth-of-field which is fantastic for more demanding photographers whilst the auto and preset scene modes are simple enough for a novice to get to grips with.”

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