Excerpt: The Nikon P6000 was onto my list since release in 2008, i've bought it back into 2013 or 2014 (can't remember currently) for just 100 bucks (NOS almost), the full retail package with 4 new extra Nikon spare Batteries.
The first one was a gift and I loved it. I used it in every travel I ...
12 May 2015
Summary: This is my second Coolpix P6000. The first one was a gift and I loved it. I used it in every travel I took, until I lost it in a taxi in Singapore, February of this year. I searched for a replacement, and I found this , for $95.00. The battery that came with it did not hold the charge well.
Summary: Ok, first off, i would like to give you an idea about how well i know this camera. During the summer of 2009, i biked across America with this camera. And later today, I leave for Tanzania for 5 weeks to climb Kilimanjaro (I'll update this review with this camera's performance).
Summary: The only problem I see with this camera is the battery. You are going to be charging it every 30 minutes. Never saw anything like this before. Also I believe the GPS function is something worthless. What I really love of this camera is the capability of shooting square format.
Excerpt: Basic operation and features are OK. Still, I sold it due to the shortcomings mentioned below. I used it for a whiile and decided to move on. Before this one, I owned the P5100, then the P6000.
Summary: I got the camera for a trip out West. It worked great and did everything I wanted it to do. I love the time-lapse feature which I still want to play with, but have not yet. GPS is a little slow to acquire a signal sometimes, but that's only a minor irritation in the big scheme of things.
Excerpt: This is my 2nd Nikon compact camera in my life, the 1st one was CoolPix 3100, this was story over 10 years, it was really disappointing me for its battery life, I still remember that I keep buying batteries for the camera as the batteries get exhausted too fast....
Summary: Very briefly, the only reason I bought this camera was for the built-in GPS capability, but it's been a disappointment. Time and again, I find myself outdoors hoping to document something with GPS data (e.g.
Summary: I have owned this camera for just over a month now (I previously owned the more compact but less stylish P5100), and I can say that it performs well under most circumstances, and occasionally takes a beautiful picture.
Excerpt: It is a basic camera- if all you want is a point and shoot it is fine. The lens is not very good, the auto focus is bad, especially in low light, and there is no manual focus. no intervalometer, and white balance is so-so (there should be a deticated button for it- not buried in the menu.