Summary: I bought this to have an extra battery for a roadtrip that we were taking. The fact that it was a Nikon branded battery and that the kit included a car charger is what pushed me to ordering this one specifically and it was a resonable price too.
Summary: The most reassuring thing about this kit is that the battery is a genuine Nikon EN-EL14, not a generic. As a recent purchaser of a Nikon P7100, I wanted to have a spare battery in my camera case, as I am now at the mercy of proprietary battery packs.
Summary: I own 4 quality DSLR's and probably 5 or 6 Point and Shoots. After one session with the P7000 I'm completely hooked and it is now my Go To camera for everything. Professional features like Fill-Flash are just perfect.
Pros: On features and performance this camera rocks. Large, bright LCD, a real viewfinder, very fast lens, all the adjustments of a quality DSLR in a smaller lighter package. Very well made with a solid, professional feel. For the price it is unmatched. You will not be disappointed.
Cons: Haven't really found any cons. Meets my expectations in every way.
Summary: I work full time as a pro photographer and normally take my own gear along when I go on vacation. I have finally found a small family camera that I will gladly take along when we go to the beach and will leave my pro camera gear in the safe at the studio.
Pros: Pros... high ISO rating with more than acceptable quality at 1600 and above. Very short lag between shutter press and capture, which is a huge downfall for most Point & Shoot cameras. Small enough to fit in a purse or small bag, but won't be a pocket camera. For me, this is a plus as it's actuall...
Cons: Cons... the only con I have so far is that it isn't quite a DSLR. I love my pro bodies. The ease of use cannot be beat. The controls on this are a bit clunky when compared to a full feature DSLR, but stellar when compared with many P&S cameras.
Summary: Just the thing to consider if you want to step up from the usual run-of-mill point and shoots. Gives you the same kind of control as a good DSLR.
Pros: Versatile in every way. A real viewfinder. Excellent low-light capability. Rugged. Excellent zoom range (35mm equiv 28-200mm). Not overly small - easy to handle. Large, bright display for easy preview. A real bargain or an upper end point and shoot.
Cons: Tough to think of any cons. I've used many cameras. Hav similar design in a Canon G10. also a great camera. But the P7000 has greater zoom range.
Summary: What I received is exactly what I ordered. Battery works just like the one that came with my camera and I really like all the cleaning accessories. it even came with a screen protector that you can cut to fit your camera.
Summary: This is a nice point and shoot camera with knobs to change settings, and priced where it is now (in the $200's) well worth the money. Many of the negative reviews are bashing this camera for what it is not... it is not a DSLR. Right, yes, we got that...
Summary: I did NOT want to like the P7000 but it won me over. I purchased it because of the heavily discounted price but I really wanted a camera that would fit in my front shirt pocket. I was convinced to send it back to Amazon and was going to go with the Canon Elph 300 HS.
Summary: I am still a film guy at heart but wanted a little more than my point and shoot digital could deliver. The Nikon takes great pictures. The wife can use it just like a point and shoot and I can change some settings to try to get the picture I want so we basically got a two for one.
Summary: let me start off with this camera is GREAT!!! Ok, that's out of the way. Let me point out a couple obvious items, 1. This is not an SLR, nor does it have a full frame or APS sensor. 2. This is not a sub-compact. It will not fit in the coin pocket in your jeans.