Nikon P7000

Posted by Scott

If you’re looking for a high end compact camera, the newly announced Nikon P7000 may just fit the bill. I’ve found myself leaving the full size SLR behind more and more lately so I’ve been thinking of filling the gap with something a bit more portable without sacrificing much in picture quality.

You can pick one up later this month for around $500. Plenty more info and specs over here.

Source Engadget

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Keith says:

September 8, 2010 at 7:28 am

looks pretty good…if you’re in the market for a really great compact, I’d recommend the Panasonic LX-5…it’s essentially identical to the Leica D-Lux 4 that I have, which packs alot of punch for such a small camera…LX-5 has a Leica lens too, shoots well in low light, really great macro ability, and costs about as much as this new Nikon…


ryan says:

September 8, 2010 at 8:04 am

Yep, Nikon’s me-too G10/11. Though, I gotta say (as someone who’s loved his G10 for the last year and a half: ), I still don’t take it around with me as often because it’s too big for anything but a jacket pocket or messenger bag. The S90 that i got my girlfriend does all the same stuff (raw, manual control, etc.), and it fits in your back pocket without pulling your pants down. A little less glass, but worth it if you really want to have a good camera with you.


Luis says:

September 8, 2010 at 8:10 am

Scott, may I suggest the Lumix LX 3/LX 5 over this Nikon or the G11. That sensor and that lens (A Leica, nonetheless) combination is awesome.


J. Woodward says:

September 10, 2010 at 4:19 am

I like the aesthetics of the Canon G series, but I always wish Nikon did something similar in look and feel. I guess my wishes have been answered?


Jeff Finley says:

September 11, 2010 at 9:56 am

That’s my biggest issue with nice cameras, is never wanting to take them with you unless you’re deliberately going shooting. I’ve been looking for a small compact camera that still packs a punch. Thanks.


Jiver says:

October 27, 2010 at 11:49 pm

So has anyone tested the P7000? Trying to figure out which compact in the 400-500$ range is most worth it. It’s a hard field to assess!