Very good, accurate photos, Tweaks galore, Good zoom range, Top-notch LCD screen.
Good lowlight shooting, Solid 7X lens, Optical viewfinder, Lots of simple control dials, Comfortable in the hand, Hot shoe and lens adapter support, Reasonably good 720p video, Horizon level.
A nice set of shooting-focused features; optical viewfinder and built-in neutral density filter; very good photo quality for its class; comfortable, relatively streamlined shooting design.
Very good image and video quality, Well built with ample controls, Fast JPEG shooting.
Superior image quality with very sharp photos, Optical viewfinder, Excellent macro mode, Incamera editing and enhancement tools, 7.1X optical zoom (28mm to 200mm), Buttons provide fast access to manual settings.
Generous zoom range for class, Optical image stabilization, Comfy, compact design that feels good in your hand, 3-inch, 921,000-dot LCD, Optical viewfinder, Very fast autofocus lag, RAW support, 720p HD videos with stereo sound, Stereo mic jack, Optica...
Excellent detail at low ISOs, Good performance for a compact at high ISOs, Useful zoom range, Good lens quality, Great build quality, Good control layout
Design, Image quality, Ample LCD screen
Solid build quality; longer zoom range than competing models; good picture quality; easy access to controls; plenty of features to satisfy advanced photographers.
Relatively expensive, Very slow response (1.3 fps), Sub-par movie performance
Occasionally difficult menu system, No swivelling LCD, Needed to do more to stand out, No builtin, wired commander mode, Dodgy camera strap.
Relatively slow raw shooting.
Lens freezes requiring restart, Sluggish camera responsiveness, Less than useful “Fn” button
Control complexity may intimidate casual users, Disappointing video quality, Maximum aperture of F2.8, A bit bulky.
Unoriginal design; too closely resembles Canon's latest G-series cameras, Slow cycle times and burst rate, Extremely slow buffer clearing, Camera is unresponsive while writing to card, Unacceptable slow shot-to-shot times when shooting RAW, Slightly o
Autofocus can be hit and miss, Metering struggles in high contrast scenarios, Control dial on the rear can be fiddly, Issue with how live view displays images when using Dlighting
Incredibly sluggish Raw capture and processing, Slow AF
Slow RAW recording speed; use of proprietary RAW format.
By Digital Trends on March 31, 2011
It’s hard to take issue with the P7000’s quality 10-megapixel images and a 7.1x wide-angle lens, and yet we’re reticent to go all in....75
By Electronista on March 13, 2011
Nikon's changes in the P7000 have transformed the top of the Coolpix range and given it credibility. The cleaner output, 7X lens and general attention to control are all great improvements over the P6000 introduced just last year. If you're...80
By DigitalCameraReview on February 24, 2011
The Nikon P7000 is an excellent advanced compact in its own right with exceptional image quality, but it falls just a hair short of the Canon G12's...90
By DigitalVersus on February 17, 2011
The P7000 should have marked Nikon's big comeback to the expert compact market. Unfortunately, a picture quality that could be better in telephoto mode and an irritating overall slowness don't really make this camera a match for the Canon...80
By cnet on February 16, 2011
The Coolpix P7000 is a fine camera that lots of enthusiasts will appreciate for its smart shooting design, interesting feature set, and worthy photo...77
By Expert Reviews on February 13, 2011
High image quality and lots of impressive features, but painfully slow menus are enough to put us off...60
By Here's How on January 28, 2011
This is a very solid camera with traditional styling, a small zooming optical viewfinder and some mechanical dials. The P7000 is quite affordable for a prosumer camera with a wide-range zoom lens, and offers maximum value for the...-
By T3 Magazine on January 27, 2011
This brick of a camera boasts a battleship-tough build and comprehensively featured control layout with rangefinder-style dials that resemble a digital SLR with the lens mount removed. So for DSLR owners who want a more portable alternative that...100
By Camera Gear Guide on January 24, 2011
With its new sensor, new form factor, and impressive specifications, the Nikon Coolpix P7000 should be more than just a contender in the enthusiast’s compact camera category. If we just analyzed image quality, build, and even video functionality,...60
By PCWorld on January 20, 2011
The Coolpix P7000 combines great image quality, extensive manual controls, and a 7.1X optical zoom lens. DSLR owners should feel at home behind the wheel, but the unit's button-heavy interface may intimidate novice users....80