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Nikon COOLPIX P7800

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Overall 7
7.0

Nikon Coolpix P7800

PC Magazine
11 April 2014
  • Conclusion: The Nikon Coolpix P7800 is an enthusiast compact with a great control layout and 7.1x lens, but it's not the right camera for everyone.
  • Pros: Sharp lens. Vari-angle LCD. 7.1x zoom range. Hot shoe and EVF. Lots of physical controls. Microphone input. Raw shooting support. Slow-motion video.
  • Cons: Disappointing EVF. Images on the noisy side. Lacks touch screen and Wi-Fi. Limited burst shooting. Slower to focus in low light and in macro mode. Bulky.
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Overall 7
7.0

Nikon Coolpix P7800 review: Good image quality, but slow operational speed is a letdown

Tech2
8 March 2014
  • Summary: Nikon Coolpix P7800 comes at a price of Rs 27,950, which is considerably less than the Sony RX100 II and Canon Powershot G16, who are its closest competitors. The Sony RX 100 II is certainly a much better low light and overall performer than the Nikon P7800, which can be attributed to its larger sensor size and faster lens (f/1.8 maximum aperture).
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Overall 8
7.8

Nikon Coolpix P7800 – Review

Review guidelines
20 February 2014
  • Summary: The Nikon Coolpix P7800 is a compact, semi-bridge intended for photo enthusiasts who want to be able to intervene manually on the most important settings. Among its features stand out the swiveling display high-resolution, high-definition viewfinder, support the RAW format, the rings, the accessory rail, burst, a fairly large objective and high durability the battery.
  • Pros: Electronic viewfinder, RAW support, Manual controls, Vibration Reduction, HDMI output, Full HD movies, Vari-angle display, Display size and Resolution.
  • Cons: Optical zoom is not very high
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Goondu Review: Nikon CoolPix P7800

techgoondu.com
6 January 2014
  • Excerpt: Advanced compact cameras are now a dime a dozen, so the 12.2-megapixel Nikon CoolPix P7800 finds itself in a tough fight with both compact camera systems, such as the Panasonic GM1, and compact cameras such as the Sony RX100 and Canon S120.
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Overall 8
8.0

Nikon Coolpix P7800 Review

Digital Photography School
27 November 2013
  • Excerpt: It helps now and then to look around the market and see what’s out there. Occasionally, a downscale camera that has escaped your notice can precisely answer your needs. Successor to the COOLPIX P7700, reviewed only six months ago, the P7800 delivers full-scale manual shooting, with some functions normally available only in DSLRs.
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Overall 8
8.0
Design 8
8.0
Value for money 8
7.5
Features 9
9.0
Performance 8
7.5
Picture quality 8
8.0

Nikon P7800

What Digital Camera
4 November 2013
  • Summary: While the P7800’s predecessor, the Nikon P7700, was an impressive camera that mertied a Gold Award, unfortunately the latest version isn’t up to the same standard.
  • Pros: Feast zoom lens; Build quality; Articulated monitor
  • Cons: Slow performance; Over-complicated controls; Size; Weight
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Overall 7
7.0

Nikon P7800

Imaging Resource
5 September 2013
  • Conclusion: The Nikon P7800 is an intriguing breed that mixes compact portability with DSLR functionality, while not necessarily taking either capacity to any extreme. It does a number of things exceptionally well, with its class-leading image quality (at low ISOs), intuitive interface, generous physical controls, easy customization, and commendable optics. It's also feature-packed and well-built, the "Swiss Army Knife" of premium compacts.
  • Pros: Excellent image quality at low ISOs, Relatively long 28-200mm eq. 7.1x zoom lens with f/2-4 max aperture, Fast f/2 max aperture performs well in low light and produces very good portraits with some nice bokeh, Solid build quality, Nice rubbery grip, Built-in EVF added for those that missed a viewfinder in the P7700, 3-inch fully-articulating RGBW LCD lets you easily compose images from difficult angles, Built-in ND filter, Close macro mode, Lots of physical controls i...
  • Cons: Excellent image quality at low ISOs, Relatively long 28-200mm eq. 7.1x zoom lens with f/2-4 max aperture, Fast f/2 max aperture performs well in low light and produces very good portraits with some nice bokeh, Solid build quality, Nice rubbery grip, Built-in EVF added for those that missed a viewfinder in the P7700, 3-inch fully-articulating RGBW LCD lets you easily compose images from difficult angles, Built-in ND filter, Close macro mode, Lots of physical controls i...
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Expert Review

PhotoRadar
5 September 2013
  • Conclusion: Overall though, this is a very likeable camera, with just a few let downs. It's worth noting that it is a lot cheaper than the Sony RX100 II, although the price point is similar to an entry level DSLR, so we're not talking cheap either.
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Overall 8
8.0

Nikon Coolpix P7800 review

Pocket Lint
15 April 2014
  • Conclusion: If you're after a high-end compact camera with an abundance of features then the Nikon Coolpix P7800 certainly ticks all the boxes, but it just doesn't quite excel in every department. Good rather than great is the overall sentiment. We're sold on the presence of a viewfinder - and find an electronic one preferable to an optical version in this instance - and yet the P7800's 921k-dot panel doesn't feel as high-spec as we'd like.
  • Pros: 28-200mm f/2.0-4.0 lens range and brightness, sharp images of a good quality, vari-angle screen, built-in viewfinder, physical controls
  • Cons: Chunky design won’t suit all, viewfinder quality limitations, price considering competition, some exposure oddities, no physical lens ring
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Overall 8
8.0

Nikon Coolpix P7800 review

Amateur Photographer
3 April 2014
  • Summary: The Nikon Coolpix P7800 is great as a travel camera for users who wish to shoot mostly JPEGs at low sensitivities. It offers a wide zoom range, great build quality, a good maximum aperture and excellent resolution in the lower range of ISO sensitivities. However, push ISO speeds to higher thresholds and detail starts to deteriorate. Not only that, but the processing of burst or raw shooting is painfully slow.
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