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Shooting with the Nikon P Easy access to the functions I want is the main feature I look for in Nikon COOLPIX P500 digital camera, and the Nikon P gives me that. Some cameras are so capable, it's blinding to dig into the menus, and you have to if you want to change major settings. I don't feel that way with the Nikon P And as I mentioned in the menu section above, when I do go into the menus, I find what I need right up front. Yes, the window on the bottom is the window at the top of the building in the wide shot.


Compared to the P, one of the Nikon P's basic features are more readily accessible: That's as it should be, especially in a camera with such a wide array of available drive modes. Nikon's Best Shot Selector mode is one of the more consistently offered and consistently ignored features that now has more reason to be publicized. The fact is that even with dual image stabilization, it can be difficult to get a tack sharp shot at full telephoto with the Nikon P Its millimeters equivalent at maximum telephoto is a loooong lens, and Nikon COOLPIX P500 it is tough. But with BSS on, just hold the lens on target as well as you can, and hold the shutter button down. The Nikon P will capture ten images and choose the least blurry shot to save to the card.

It's not perfect, because the image jumps around so much, making it difficult to frame at mm, but it's a good idea if you really want that shot and don't have a tripod or other object at hand against which to brace the camera. The Nikon P is just the right shape and size for a day at the airshow or the park. It's not too Nikon COOLPIX P500 hanging around your neck, and fits well in a hand when I feel the need Nikon COOLPIX P500 protect it or keep it at the ready.


I love the grip, though I do worry that Nikon COOLPIX P500 might chafe a little on more tender hands with the diamond pattern it has up front. My reviewer's hands are Nikon COOLPIX P500 so far, after two days of using the Nikon P, so those with rougher jobs than manning a keyboard all day should be just fine. Take it all in. Even from across the street, you can still capture the height of tall buildings. Though I like the new zoom control on the left side, I find myself still using the zoom ring around the shutter, since most of the cameras I use have their zoom control there.

With my fingers under the lens barrel, my thumb finds the control instantly, but I'd have to train it to handle the subtle motion necessary to zoom like that. Nikon COOLPIX P500 also a little more useful when using the EVF rather than when I'm holding the camera out in front of me; when using the EVF, the camera is braced against my face well enough that using the more traditional zoom toggle is just as easy. A bag of lenses. It really would take a bag of lenses to make an SLR do what you can with just one Nikon P, making it extremely fun. Holding the Nikon P Nikon COOLPIX P500 in front of me, composing images on the LCD, it seems more natural to support the left side of the camera with my middle finger, while my index finger works the zoom, but again, this motion isn't that much better than just using the zoom ring.

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I also tend to Nikon COOLPIX P500 cameras from hand to hand as I'm walking and shooting, and I was occasionally surprised that my left hand had started the zoom slowly creeping out to its more vulnerable telephoto position without my knowledge. That can happen as easily with the zoom toggle, I suppose, but it's just Nikon COOLPIX P500 something I was expecting, so Nikon P owners would do well to be careful. Standing where I usually do yields not just more of the church, but more of the tree that stands over it.


When I was out shooting in my usual stomping grounds, I noticed a peculiar difference: It was the extreme wide-angle lens's tendency to grab everything in sight; more than I'd even considered photographing. I've grown accustomed to thinking in 28mm terms, and 24mm tends to satisfy me. It's strange, since it's only Nikon COOLPIX P500 1.

Shots I usually make of particular buildings require me to frame my images by carefully moving left or right to dodge large trees that are in the way. It became part of a new story in my usual photos just how far some of the very large Georgia trees rose high into the air over otherwise imposing structures. Just as I warned, I, too, was enticed by the vast wide-angle view. That, of course, can be a mistake, even in landscape photography, so after a few shots, I was zooming more to crop things, or getting close to use the distortion to help exaggerate sizes. I honestly Nikon COOLPIX P500 often drawn into zooming to extreme telephoto very often, but that would change at the zoo. Optical zoom is supported.

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Click to download the Video on the Nikon Coolpix P is accessed very easily thanks to the prominent Record button on the back. Integrated around the button is a selector switch for choosing between HD and High speed video. I only shot HD video for this review, however. The slightest motion is even picked up with the camera mounted Nikon COOLPIX P500 a tripod at that focal length. The other aspect I explored in greater depth was the Easy Panorama mode.

I think Nikon's approach here may be even easier than Sony's, which is notable, given that Sony pioneered the whole idea of "sweep panorama. You have to choose a static subject and sweep somewhat evenly, and it seems you need to maintain Nikon COOLPIX P500 relatively straight horizon line, but I quickly got used to it.

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I found that if I just kept up a steady speed and pivoted with my spine, the images stitched just fine, with few errors. I'm not necessarily advocating this practice Nikon COOLPIX P500 a good one; it's just what I did. Doing a was a little more difficult, as my spine doesn't go all the way around like that, but the camera did well as I just carefully stepped around in a circle. Once I'd completed the circle, the camera stopped, processed for a few seconds and served up a nice degree strip. The P supports capture of high-quality images with 36x zoom and effective noise and distortion reduction.

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