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Nikon COOLPIX 775
3.0 out of 10

Nikon COOLPIX 775

Easy-to-use 3x zoom digital camera with 2.0 effective megapixels Read more

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Nikon Coolpix 775 CCD

Cloudy Nights
15 June 2003
  • Excerpt: 06/14/03 Conventional astrophotography began with a lot of fans, many amateur astronomers entered this branch of astronomy with many expectations, but when they discovered that it was not that simple since there are many things you have to consider like film type, camera, exposure time and the development of the negatives.
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Overall 8

Expert Review

17 May 2003
Overall 8
Value for money 8
Features 7
Ease of use 8
Picture quality 8
Construction 9

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DP Review
18 March 2002
  • Conclusion: Here's my rating of the Nikon Coolpix 775: (2 megapixel ultra-compact) The Coolpix 775 marks Nikon's first foray into the ultra-compact market. It has all the elements, it's small, very light, has good ergonomics (it's amazing what difference a decent hand grip can make) and a 3x optical zoom lens. Features are simple but adequate, the camera is easy to use, handle and is quick enough for its chosen market (except maybe for that 6 second start-up time).
  • Pros: Good metering, good tonal balance, relatively good colour, Noise free, 'smooth and clean' images, Auto white balance works well, manual preset option, Auto Focus is fast, good continuous AF, Good macro (at wide angle - barrel distortion is visible), Ultra-compact size, light weight, Comfortable ergonomics, hand grip helps small size, Easy to understand menus, thoughtful point-and-shoot features, Scene exposure modes, Good build quality, Automatic lens cover, Optional ...
  • Cons: Lens quality / barrel distortion at wide angle, Overall image softness, Didn't produce the resolution we'd expect of a second generation two megapixel digital camera, Some chromatic aberrations, Resets certain settings on power-up (flash, white bal., sharpening), Relatively slow startup time, Movie mode doesn't capture audio
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Nikon Coolpix 775 Review

4 October 2001
  • Conclusion: Beginners will be content to rely on the 775's fully automatic, point-and-shoot mode, while more serious photographers will use the same mode but take advantage of the LCD menu options to adjust exposure compensation (-2 to +2 EV, in 0.3 EV increments); image sharpening (auto, normal, high, low, off); and white balance (auto, incandescent, fluorescent, cloudy, sunny, flash, or manual -- the last a bit unusual in a consumer-oriented camera with no provision for manual...
  • Pros: Itty-bitty size, Rechargeable battery and charger included -- that's $40 or $50 worth of value right there, Scene exposure modes and best shot selection are great improvements on generic point-and-shoot
  • Cons: Slightly soft, "merely 2-megapixel" image quality is a letdown compared to other features, Typical bare-minimum 8MB instead of larger memory card, No uncompressed or TIFF image mode; no sound in video clips
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Dc Resource
30 August 2001
  • Excerpt: Of the major camera manufacturers, Nikon probably has the smallest product line. There's the Coolpix 995 at the top, the 885 in the near-top, and the 775 at the bottom. Of course, the 775 isn't really a "bottom of the line" camera -- it's more like a midrange camera, like the Olympus D-510Z (see our review), Fuji FinePix 2600Z, and Sony DSC-P50 (see our review). Along the way, I will compare the Coolpix 775 ($449) to the competition, as much as possible.
  • Pros: Very good bundle, Support for conversion lenses, Very small and light, One touch image transfer
  • Cons: Proprietary battery, Lackluster photo quality, Feels "cheap", Not competitive with Sony and Olympus models in this price range
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Steve's Digicams
30 July 2001
  • Summary: The ultra-compact $449 Coolpix 775 packs a 3x 38-115mm (35mm equivalent) Zoom-Nikkor lens and 2.14-megapixel CCD into the lightest (6.5 ounces), pocket-sized point-and-shoot digital camera. The Coolpix 775 is perfect for capturing digital photos anywhere, anytime, quickly and easily. Sharing digital photos, emailing friends and family, printing digital photos and creating online photo albums has never been easier.
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Nikon CoolPix 775 Digital Camera

1 February 2001
  • Excerpt: Of all the little (lower resolution) point-and-shoots we've played with, we've got to say the CoolPix 775 was our favorite. It's so cute in a sturdy kind of way, handles well, is quick and responsive, and everything you need to know...
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Nikon Coolpix 775

18 July 2002
  • Summary: Net als de andere camera’s van Nikon produceert de Coolpix 775 foto’s met een koele kleurbalans. Als je de camera de beelden automatisch laat verscherpen zijn de foto’s verrassend genoeg wat minder scherp dan de andere 2 megapixeltoestellen. Gelukkig kan je een en ander manueel corrigeren. De detaillering is voldoende.
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Kipróbáltuk: Nikon Coolpix 775

25 March 2002
  • Summary: A Coolpix sorozat a kezdetben egy időben csak egy modellből állt, majd a félprofi vonal mellett megjelent egy hasonló tudású, de egyszerűbb és olcsóbb automata vonal is. Tavaly ez a sorozat is kettévált és megszületett a Nikon első igazi kompakt, automata digitális fényképezőgépe a 775-ös.
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