Nikon should have never removed the viewfinder. Poor design
3 August 2014
Summary: I have been a loyal fan of P7x00 series. I currently own a P7100 and purchased the P7700 to upgrade. What I did not know was that Nikon removed the finder and only the LCD was available for composition and viewing. I hate the idea of holding a camera away from my face.
Excerpt: In November 2013 I bought the Nikon p7700 as a complementary camera to my D3200, especially when flying or for weekends away. I cannot say how surprised I am by the quality of the images from this superb compact camera.
Excellent second camera or first beginner's camera
Miye Cohen, Amazon
12 December 2013
Summary: This camera is excellent. I have a Nikon D80 and the P7700 has more options on it, just not an interchangeable lens. However, I picked it for its portability, ease of use, and good quality pictures.
Summary: I love this camera. I was looking for a compact camera that shoots in RAW and has a lot of features that the bigger SLR cameras have, so I could get professional looking pictures without having to take my big Nikon D7000 everywhere.
Summary: I'm a total newbie when it comes to photography, and I would definitely recommend this as a first camera for amateurs (such as myself). I bought it used for a very low price ($300) but it's a pretty inexpensive camera to begin with, and would've bought it new if buying used wasn't an available...
Summary: Photography is my hobby, I bought this camera as backup camera when I cannot take my D7000 and heavy lens sets. Pros: -Decent 7.1x zoom -Picture quality is good for point and shoot and small sensor size -Lots of preset modes like fireworks and such -Fast focus -Probably the best button layout in my...
Summary: If you're a techno-geek, you will love this camera even if you never take a single picture with it. The good news: if you aren't a geek, there's still hope for you. Just set the mode dial to the camera icon and the P7700 becomes a fully automatic (and very high quality!) point-and-shoot.
RX100 , G16, or P7700 - all fine cameras, but.....
Bears Fan Jim "qm2-703", Amazon
30 August 2013
Summary: ================ ========================= ================= ======== After trying the RX100, G15, XZ1 and XZ2, I picked up the Nikon P7700. At its price then of $359, as soon as I had it in my hands, I fell in love, and no longer "just had to have a really small camera body".