Solid design, Whopping 26x zoom, Flexible LCD screen, Excellent burst mode.
Good color reproduction and image quality, good 1080p video recording, superb LCD display, 26x optical zoom, rugged build, ergonomics, hybrid image stabilization, auto bracketing
Good 26x zoom lens with sensor-shift Vibration Reduction (VR), 26-678mm eq. lens is wide with excellent telephoto reach, Well-balanced feel, comfortable grip, Very simple control layout, Sharp vari-angle 3-inch LCD screen rated 460K dots, 0.24" EV...
Umer compact cameraSENSOR: 10.3-megapixelsVIEWFINDER: 3in vari-angle TFT LCDLENS: 4.6-120mm, f/2.8- f/5.0 (35mm equivalent); 26x zoomISO RANGE:160 - 3200EXPOSURE MODES: Program, Auto, Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority, Manual, Scene modesVIDEO MODES:...
Good image quality, Very good shutter lag and AF acquisition times, Good high ISO noise performance, Versatile, user controllable stabilization options.
Lightweight and small, Decent build quality, Amazing zoom ratio, HD video capture, High speed settings
Solid design; overflowing with photo, movie features; very fast shooting performance for its class.
No shortcut menu, No Vibration Reduction for movies, Very modest 10cm macro, Poor battery life.
Mixed image quality, Clunky incamera battery charging, Pricey
Disappointing distortion and sharpness scores, No RAW shooting, Allplastic build and popup flash feel flimsy, Bad video performance in low light
Noise at ISO400 and higher, image quality could have been better, lowest ISO 160, no automatic panorama stitch mode
Build quality, slow start up time, poor image quality, poor LCD screen viewing angle
Zooming and autofocus problems in movie mode. Continuous shooting limitations. Weak HDR mode.
Somewhat soft images, High chromatic aberration at telephoto, High geometric distortion at both wide-angle and telephoto, but the Distortion Control feature eliminates most of it, No RAW option, Mediocre battery life, Menus need updating, Loss of detai...
Electronic Viewfinder could be better; cumbersome lens cap.
Battery charges in camera unless you purchase a separate charger, Short delay going to video recording.
Dynamic-range problems – easily blown highlights, Lens performance issues, Pictures display an overly digital, plastic feel, Short battery life
Photo, video quality is weakest part of the package.
By About.com on May 24, 2011
Nikon's Coolpix P100 is one of a growing number of digital still cameras offering 1920 x 1080p HD video recording. While the Coolpix is obviously a still camera first, we'll focus this review on the camera's video recording capabilities....70
By GadgetReview on March 17, 2011
The P100 is a decidedly good camera, with an exceptionally fast zoom lens and accurate color reproduction. It’s lightweight enough to carry for the long haul and agile enough to swing around to take whatever shot appears one-handed. And with 26x...80
By PC Mag on January 31, 2011
An upgrade to the Coolpix L110 ($279.95 list), Nikon's Coolpix P100 ($399 list) sports a 26 millimeter wide-angle NIKKOR ED glass lens with 26x optical zoom and 10.3 megapixel CMOS optical sensor. While it certainly looks like its predecessor, the...-
By Camera Labs on January 01, 2011
The Nikon COOLPIX P100 looks similar to the P90 it replaces, but is, in fact, a very different camera. At its heart, the new 10 Megapixel back-illuminated CMOS sensor has very different qualities to the 12 Megapixel CCD sensor of it's predecessor....85
By ConsumerSearch on January 01, 2011
Reviewers agree the Nikon Coolpix P100 ultra-zoom is loaded with stunning features, yet falls short of the competition with unremarkable image quality. CNET's Joshua Goldman praises the P100's solid design and easily managed controls, and says...-
By IT Reviews on December 21, 2010
The P100 is unlikely to appeal to serious photographers, as its picture quality isn't top of the class - but its range of shooting options, plus the addition of Full HD movies and a massive zoom will attract the compact crowd demanding more....-
By Cameras UK on October 01, 2010
The Nikon Coolpix P100 is up against plenty of stiff competition. I like the features it has, especially the fast burst mode, but I felt picture quality suffered a bit by comparison to other cameras in this category. Test Shots See larger images ...80
By Steves Digicams on September 27, 2010
Building on the success of past P-series super-zoom models, Nikon has introduced the Coolpix P100. This unit replaces the P90 from 2009. The overall look and feel hasn't changed much, however Nikon has added some appealing new features to the P100...-
By Macworld UK on September 24, 2010
Updating the DSLR-shaped P80 model, the CoolPix 100 – of practically identical dimensions to Samsung’s WB5000 – matches the Fujifilm with a 10.3 megapixel effective resolution via its backlit CMOS sensor promising increased sensitivity...80
By PCWorld on September 08, 2010
The powerful P100 does everything easily, thanks to its 26X zoom lens, versatile features, and intuitive controls. Exposure quality and color accuracy are superb, but its photos suffer from distortion and lack of sharpness. Shop for the Coolpix P100...60