Conclusion: The Nikon Coolpix P1 has most of the stuff that makes a WiFi digital camera great: 8 megapixels, a 2.5 inch LCD, a slightly longer than average 3.5x optical zoom lens, lots of scene modes and aperture control. The Nikon Coolpix P1 (and P2), unlike the other 2 WiFi cameras on market from Kodak and Canon, have several protrusions; namely the lens barrel and grip.
Pros: WiFi enabled (Only 3 other cameras have this), Affordable, Large 2.5 inch LCD, Slightly longer than average 3.5x zoom lens, Many scene modes and some controls, Aperture control with bracketing feature, Shutter speed/aperture combinations, VGA 30 FPS movie mode, Good image quality
Cons: Average battery life; High power consumption with WiFi on and extra battery pack is expensive, Weak flash, LCD lacks resolution and visibility in low-light, No full manual mode and control over shutter speed, Buffer clearing not fast, Some soft photos and redeye, No remote shooting
Conclusion: Nikon Coolpix P1 Wireless - Wi-Fi connection The convincing sales argument of the Nikon Coolpix P1 is of course the possibility of transferring your photos through Wi-Fi. The Nikon P1 is the first camera available with this option together with the Nikon Coolpix P2. But the competing brands have not sat still and will soon introduce some Wi-Fi models.
Excerpt: Physical Views The Coolpix P1 compared to a standard CD disc. The Coolpix P1 and the 6-megapixel Coolpix L1 . The Coolpix P1 and the 6-megapixel Coolpix S4 . Continue to the Features & Controls Page Coolpix P1 Specifications Type of Camera: Digital camera P1 Effective Pixels: 8.0 million Image Size: 8M (3264), 5M (2594), 3M (2048), 2M (1600), 1M (1280), PC(1024), TV (640), 3:2 (3264) Lens: 3.5x Zoom-Nikkor; 7.5-26.3mm (35mm  format equivalent to36-126mm); f/2.7-5.2;...
Conclusion: I’ve focused on all the delightful, futuristic functions of this camera without much attention to the build quality. The metal body is functional in form with a comfortable grip at the front of the camera. The main control dial is practical to navigate and the buttons and four-point command control on the rear of the camera feel positive to the touch. I found the On/Off switch a little too recessed, making it awkward for large fingers.
Summary: A superb all-rounder, offering great image quality, ease of use, top photo features, accessible wireless technology, plus it all comes at a very reasonable price. It also produces good colour reproduction and pin-sharp detail. Fast, fun and about as future-proofed as a digital camera can be.
Summary: Nikon's 8-megapixel Coolpix P1 and similarly-featured 5.1-megapixel Coolpix P2, along with Kodak's EasyShare-One, are the first Wi-Fi cameras to go on sale in Australia. With the growing popularity of home wi-fi networks, the concept looks appealing: a camera that can be wirelessly connected to your computer from anywhere in your home. However, making it happen isn't as easy as you might think! . .