Nikon’s latest advanced compact, the Coolpix P7700, has some significant upgrades over its predecessor, not least a 12.2-million-pixel CMOS sensor and a redesigned lens. Read the Nikon Coolpix P7700 review...
Nikon Coolpix P7700 at a glance:
- 1/1.7in, 12.2-millon-pixel CMOS sensor
- 6-42.8mm (28-200mm equivalent) Nikkor lens
- f/2-4 maximum aperture
- ISO 80-3200 (extended to 6400)
- 8fps shooting rate
- 118.5 x 72.5 x 50.4mm
- 392g incl battery and card
- Street price around £449
Nikon Coolpix P7700 review – Introduction
With the introduction of the Coolpix P7000 in 2010, Nikon reinvigorated its line of advanced compact cameras, moving away from the small design of the Coolpix P6000 to a camera that looked like a Canon PowerShot G-series model. Although the move was bold, the camera was somewhat slow and clumsy to use. These issues were resolved to some degree with the launch of the Coolpix P7100 the following year, and the latest version, the Nikon Coolpix P7700, has seen even more revisions.