Summary: Bought this camera when it first came out. It was broken the first time I turned it on. It took photos on its own. I took back to where I bought it. They laughed. So I put it on the counter and turned it on. So after a minute the flash opens on its own and off we go taking pics like a champ.
Summary: My original 8700 was rained on, dropped, battered, and bounced everywhere in my backpack. Yet it lived many years before it gave up. I loved that you didn't have to "line in" to deal with your chips, allowing me to carry extra chips while traveling and take thousands and thousands of photos.
Summary: It is cool to use and quite attractive in that my friends are busy asking to know where I got this camera, from, please if you have more available at this same price do bring it to my notice, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Great camera that is between a point and shoot and an SRL
2 April 2014
Summary: I have been using a coolpix 5700 for years, but bought an 8700 and discovered it had some features that the 5700 did not. I like that it is like an SRL, in that you can use a view finder rather than the display.
Summary: for a product manufactured almost ten years ago this camera still holds up in many respects. the availability of settings is impressive if not exactly easily accessible and the quality of pictures leave a bit to be desired compared to today's standards ...
Great Camera still takes better picts than current 14 mp cameras
27 April 2012
Summary: I purchased my Nikon COOLPIX 8.0 camera as my very first digital camera. I was told when they got to 8.0MP that would be equal to 35mm boy that is a understatement! I have used this camera to blow up pictures to 16 by 20 inch and beyond. With NO blurring.