Summary: Where consideration for the Nikon P7700 becomes tricky depends on its intended use. For those already equipped with a DSLR and lenses, the P7700 makes an excellent second camera to use when the bulk of a DSLR system is cumbersome.
Pros: Great lens sharpness, Low image noise, Excellent retention of image details, Reliable metering, Nicely saturated but natural colors, Impressive image stabilization, Fast AF in good light, Short shutter-lag, Good ergonomics, Generally sturdy, Unique bright 7X optical zoom lens
Cons: Slow AF near telephoto, Slow shot-to-shot speed, Self-timer resets entering Playback, Not, Live-Histogram, Blank LCD during continuous drive, Weak LCD hinge, Not, Very slow video zoom, 1s video record delay
Summary: The Nikon Coolpix P7700 has a lot to offer for those looking for a fixed lens compact that fits somewhere between a small sensor compact and a DSLR. With the advent of large sensor compacts like the Canon PowerShot G1X and Sony RX100, added to the continuing popularity of mirror-less compact system...
Pros: Bright f2 - f4 28-200mm zoom., 1080p30 video, plus slow and fast modes., Wide range of physical controls., High degree of customisation., Versatile auto bracketing., Excellent image quality.
Cons: No viewfinder., Poor continuous shooting performance., Slow buffer write times., Poor menu design., No built-in Wifi or GPS.
Summary: Whether you like the size of the Nikon Coolpix P7700 will depend on what you want from a camera. It may be larger and heavier than the competition, but this is balanced with an excellent range of controls that most enthusiast photographers will really appreciate.
Excerpt: Most serious photography enthusiasts aspire for a D-SLR, but hate to lug around the bulk. Thankfully, many camera manufacturers have brought out high-end compact cameras with features packed to the gills.
Pros: Great image quality; Good low-light performance; Shoots in camera RAW; 3" flip LCD; Several built-in effects and filters including ND; Supports external flash and mic; GPS.
Cons: Slow performance; No movie recording button; No viewfinder.
Pros: Good design, Manual control, Control dials and customisable buttons, Nikon has worked hard to produce a camera that is visually appealing, with dials and function buttons beckoning to serious photographers who want quick access to their most commonly used settings.
Cons: Slow shot-to-shot times, Not a touchscreen, Noisy at high ISOs, Unfortunately, shot-to-shot time is seriously slow, leading to missed shots and a lot of frustration waiting for the camera to catch up with you. Perhaps this is something that could be addressed by Nikon with a firmware upgrade.
Conclusion: The Nikon P7700 looks and performs every part the high-end camera; it’s far better in almost every area than its predecessor, although the lack of a viewfinder (or ability to add one that works in conjunction with the zoom) is perplexing. This Coolpix isn’t shy of controls either.
Pros: Multiple controls, 28-200mm f/2.0-4.0 lens range and brightness, sharp images, decent image quality from the latest sensor, fast autofocus, design and performance improvements beyond predecessor, vari-angle screen mount, Nikon CLS for controlling one Speedlite off camera (at up to 1/2000th sec sp...
Cons: No viewfinder, chunky design won’t suit all, bokeh effect in conjunction with overexposure, freeze out after burst shooting raw files, price considering the competition, white balance can be inconsistent
Excerpt: Nikon avait essayé de concurrencer la série G mais à vrai dire n'avait jamais réussit à livrer un produit véritablement à même de concurrencer les experts de Canon, il y avait toujours un élément décevant.
Pros: Rapport qualité - prix, Amplitude du zoom, Vidéo full HD, Ecran orientable