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Nikon Coolpix P5000 Digital Camera Sample Photos

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Marketed: 20-Feb-2007
Megapixels: 10
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Comments
David Chin18-Sep-2007 11:29
For a compilation of interesting photos taken with the Coolpix P5000 seehttp://www.dpnotes.com/nikon-coolpix-p5000-samples/
Guest 03-Apr-2007 03:11
I was looking for a small purse camera to complement my D50 and D70. I do have older Coolpixes including the 8800, and I still enjoy those, but find myself needing a camera to carry in my purse more and more. The P5000 is working out well for me. I experimented a little with the settings to get the photo quality I wanted and as I familiarize myself with the little camera, I am getting results that I am pleased with. I do like that, in spite of its small size, there is room for my fingers and there is a good grip. I like the styling and I like that I can easily change most settings quickly with buttons on the camera. The VR is very effective, same as the 8800. I agree with Bill Creech that the good Nikon color is present. I am pleased with the photo quality and Nikon did a good job on the noise levels. So far, no negatives.
Bill Creech31-Mar-2007 18:42
I was looking for a small portable camera to complement my Nikon D70 and D80 DSLR. Small enough to fit in my pocket or on my belt, light enough to always have with me, yet have advanced capabilities and produce good quality photos when I did not have a DSLR with me.
I have tried many cameras from Nikon and Canon. The P5000 has the right set of features and price to meet my needs. The Canon G7 does have some superior features, but is larger and weighs more so does not fit in my shirt pocket but OK in coat pocket, and is ~$100 more. I have had the P5000 for almost a week and it has been on my belt in the leather case every day. Very travel friendly. I also have the small light SB-400 iTTL Flash in my brief case to add more Flash capability and it is great.

Picture quality is finally what has to be good. The P5000 produces very good IQ with that "Nikon Color" I am used to. I tested the P5000 in good lighting versus my Nikon D80, Nikon S7c and CoolPix 5400. The D80 wins hands down as the best quality. But the P5000 is much better that my other CoolPix. Plus going back and forth from the D80 to the P5000 was smooth due to button placement and similar shooting style. The hand grip on the P5000 is excellent for such a small camera too. I have posted my test pictures on my PBase Gallery athttp://www.pbase.com/billcreech/p5000d805400s7ctests for the P5000 D80 5400 S7c Tests.
Plus comparison pictures of the Nikon P5000, S7c and 5400 are athttp://www.pbase.com/billcreech/p5000

Cheers Bill Creech
Jack Hoying31-Mar-2007 13:39
Overall nice camera, but not the breakthrough photos that I was hoping for. Might be too early in my testing to give an absolute opinion.

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