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Nikon CoolPix P7800 12.2MP Digital Camera - BUNDLE - with 16GB Class 10 SDHC Card, Camera Case, and Lens Cleaning Kit

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  • P7800 Digital Point & Shoot Camera
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With the Nikon P7800, Nikon has added an essential ingredient to this small camera designed for serious photographers. Nikon has added an electronic eye-level viewfinder. Unlike the dinky little squintfinders that covered not quite 70% of the image and were on some of the P7800's predecessors and which can still be found on one or two competitors, the P7800's 921k high-resolution finder covers 100% of the scene so you can compose precisely. Unlike the optical finder, it does this while still allowing room for a 3-inch, fully articulated LCD monitor.

In addition to the new viewfinder, the Nikon Coolpix P7700 features a magnesium-alloy body and is fronted by a glass 7.1x zoom lens that covers 28-200mm (35mm equivalent), the same focal range as its predecessor, but with a faster f/2.0-4 wide aperture range. Lens-Shift Vibration Reduction is said to minimize camera shake. In Macro Close-Up mode, the lens focuses to within an inch.

Full Manual Control
The Nikon Coolpix P7800 offers full manual exposure control as well as shutter- and aperture priority and program modes. The camera also has 19 Scene Modes and a Scene Auto mode that automatically selects the most appropriate mode based on the shooting situation. In-camera special effects include Nostalgic Sepia, Vivid, and Painting. A noise reduction filter is available for low-light/higher ISO shooting. Another low-light option is consecutive shot combining, which combines a sequence of ima ge s to reduce noise, or HDR to increase dynamic range. The ISO range is 80-1600, boostable to 6400. There are three custom modes so you can quickly switch to your most frequently-used settings.

The Nikon P7800 can capture full 1080p HD video, and video exposure can be controlled using auto, manual, aperture-priority or custom movie mode. Autofocus is active while shooting videos, and the P7700 offers both a built-in stereo microphone and an external microphone jack and an HDMI mini connector and HDMI-CEC support.

The Nikon Coolpix P7800 is a true system compact, compatible with the Nikon Creative Lighting System, in addition to a built-in pop-up flash. The P7800 supports wireless lighting by controlling Nikon Speedlights (the Nikon SB-910 and Nikon SB-700) wirelessly via a master unit and remote unit group. The hot shoe can also accommodate the Nikon GP-1 GPS unit or Nikon ME-1 external stereo mic. A new Wireless Mobile Adapter WU-1a, allows users to share images online via their iOS or Android device using a free Nikon app.



Nikon P7800 Features

  • Adorama Camera Valuable Bundle. Kit Includes.
  • Nikon CoolPix P7800 Camera, Black, AN-CP22 Strap, UC-E16 USB Cable, EN-EL14 Rechargeable Li-ion Battery, MH-24 Battery Charger, LC-CP26 Lens Cap, NikonView NX 2, Nikon 1 Year USA Warranty.
  • 16GB LX PRO Memory Card, SD Adapter.
  • Dashpoint 30 Camera Pouch, Slate Gray, Shoulder Strap.
  • Adorama Cleaning Kit for Optics and Cameras. Kit Includes: Spray Cleaning Fluid, Cotton Swabs, Lens Cloth, 3 Sheets Universal LCD Screen Protectors, Squeege Card, Lipstick Brush, Blower Brush, Lens Tissue, New Deluxe Storage Bag.

Nikon P7800 Specifications

Type
Compact Digital Camera
Effective Pixels
12.2 million
Image Sensor
CMOS
Sensor Size
1/1.7 in.
Total Pixels
12.76 million (approx.)
Lens
7.1x optical Zoom, NIKKOR ED glass lens
Lens Focal Length
6.0-42.8mm (angle of view equivalent to that of 28-200 mm lens in 35mm [135] format)
Lens f/-number
f/2-4
Lens Construction
13 elements in 10 groups
Lens Zoom
7.1x
Vibration Reduction
Lens-shift VR
Digital Zoom
Still pictures: Up to 4x (angle of view equivalent to that of approx. 800 mm lens in 35mm [135] format)
Movies: Up to 2x (angle of view equivalent to that of approx. 400 mm lens in 35mm [135] format)
Autofocus (AF)
Contrast-detect TTL AF
Autofocus (AF) Focus-area selection
Auto (9-area automatic selection) Face priority
Manual with 99 focus areas
Subject tracking
Target Finding AF
Center (wide, normal)
Focus Range
[W]: Approx. 1 ft. 8 in. (50 cm.) to infinity
[T]: Approx. 2 ft. 8 in. (80 cm.) to infinity
Macro close-up mode: Approx. 0.8 in. (2 cm.) to infinity
Focus Lock
Yes
Viewfinder
Electronic
Viewfinder Frame Coverage
Approx. 100%
Monitor Size
Size 3.0 in. diagonal
Monitor Type
Monitor Type Vari-Angle
Wide Viewing Angle TFT-LCD with Anti-reflection coating
6-level brightness adjustment
Monitor Resolution
921,000-dots
Monitor Frame Coverage (shooting mode)
100% horizontal (Approx.)
100% vertical (Approx.)
(compared to actual picture)
Monitor Frame coverage (playback mode)
100% horizontal (Approx.)
100% vertical (Approx.)
(compared to actual picture)
Storage Media
SD memory card
SDHC memory card
SDXC memory card
Internal Memory
Approx. 86MB
Storage File System
DCF
EXIF 2.3
DPOF MPF compliant
Storage File Formats
Still pictures: JPEG
Still pictures: NRW (RAW)
Audio files: WAV
Movies: MOV (Video: MPEG-4 AVC/H.264, Audio: AAC stereo)
3D pictures: MPO
Movie
Audio file format: AAC stereo
Full HD: 1920x1080p / 30fps
HD: 1280x720p / 30fps
HS (high speed) movie: 120 fps (640×480), HS 60 fps (1280×720) or HS 15 fps (1920×1080)
Movie file format: MPEG-4 AVC H.264
Standard TV: 640x480 / 30fps
Voice Memo Function
Yes
Image Size (pixels)
4000 x 3000 (12M)
ISO Sensitivity
ISO 80-1600
ISO 3200, Hi 1 (equivalent to 6400) (available when using A, B, C or D mode)
Lowest ISO Sensitivity
80
Highest ISO Sensitivity
6400
Exposure Metering
224-segment matrix, center-weighted
Spot (digital zoom 2X or more)
Exposure Control
Programmed auto exposure with flexible program
aperture-priority auto
exposure bracketing (Tv, Av, Sv)
exposure compensation (-3.0 to +3.0 EV in steps of 1/3 EV)
manual
shutter priority auto
Exposure Modes
Programmed Auto
Scene Modes
Back Light
Beach
Black and White Copy
Close Up
Dusk/Dawn
Easy Panorama
Fireworks Show
Food
Landscape
Museum
Night Landscape
Night Portrait
Party/Indoor
Pet Portrait
Portrait
Scene Auto Selector
Snow
Sports
Sunset
In-Camera Image Editing
Black Border
COPY
Crop
D-Lighting
Filter Effects
NRW (Raw) Processing
Quick retouch
Red eye reduction
Skin softening
Small Picture
Straighten
Exposure Compensation
± 2 EV in steps of 1/3 EV (Movies)
± 3 EV in steps of 1/3 EV (Still pictures)
Exposure Lock
Yes
Exposure Bracketing
Yes
White Balance
Choose color temp
Cloudy
Daylight
Flash
Fluorescent (FL1 to FL3) Incandescent
Preset Manual
Auto 1
Auto 2
Shutter
Electronically controlled mechanical and CMOS electronic shutter .
Shutter Speed
1/4000-1 sec.
1/4000- 60 sec. (when ISO sensitivity is set to 80 - 400 in D mode) .
Top Continuous Shooting Speed Full Res
Up to 6 shots at approx. 8 frames per second
Continuous Shooting Options
Best Shot Selector
Continuous H
Continuous H 60
Continuous H 120
Continuous M
Continuous L
Interval Timer
Multi-shot 16
Single
Aperture
Electronically-controlled 7-blade iris diaphragm
Self-timer
Can be selected from 10 and 2 seconds duration
Accessory Shoe
Yes
Built-in flash Range (ISO: auto)
[W]: 0.5 to 10m (1ft. 8 in. to 32 ft.)
[T]: 0.5 to 5.5m (1ft. 8 in. to 18ft.)
Built-in Flash Control
TTL auto flash with monitor preflashes
Built-in Flash
Yes
External Flash Shoe
Yes
Interface
Hi-speed USB
Interface Data Transfer Protocol
MTP
PTP
Video Output
NTSC
PAL
HDMI Output
Can be selected from:
Auto
480p
720p
1080i
I/O terminal
Audio/video (A/V) output; Digital I/O (USB)
External microphone connector (Stereo mini-pin jack (3.5 mm diameter), plug-in power type)
HDMI mini connector (Type C) (HDMI output)
Accessory terminal
Supported Languages
Arabic
Bengali
Brazilian Portuguese
Chinese (Simplified and Traditional)
Czech
Danish
Dutch
English
Finnish
French
German
Greek
Hindi
Hungarian
Indonesian
Italian
Japanese
Korean
Norwegian
Polish
Portugese
Romanian
Russian
Spanish
Swedish
Tamil
Thai
Turkish
Ukranian
Vietnamese
Power Sources
One Rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN-EL14 (supplied) .
AC Adapter EH-5b (used in combination with the Power Connector EP-5A) (availableseparately)
Battery
Rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN-EL14
Charging Time Approx.
1 hour 30 min (when using Charging AC Adapter MH-24; battery fully discharged) (Approx.)
Battery Life (shots per charge)
Still pictures: Approx. 350 shots
Tripod Socket
1/4 in.
Operating Environment
Temperature: 32 to 104°F / 0 to 40°C
Dimensions (Width x Height x Depth)
4.7 in. (118.5 mm) x 3.1 in. (77.5 mm) x 2.0 in. (50.4 mm)
Weight
14.1 oz / 399g
Mfr #
26427 A
SKU
INKCPP7800A

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3.8

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best yet of P7000 series

I have owned the 7000, 7100 and now the 7800. For years I carried two slr bodies and three lenses. Im in my 70's now with arthritic hands and the P7800 is an answer and only a small compromise. The EVF and the F/2 to F/4 and totally flexible controls make me feel like Im using my old D300. Low light work is fine, noise is not an issue below ISO 400 and Bokeh is acceptable. The smaller sensor is not a negative as I have won several exhibition competitions even with minimal cropping and enlarge...

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I have owned the 7000, 7100 and now the 7800. For years I carried two slr bodies and three lenses. Im in my 70's now with arthritic hands and the P7800 is an answer and only a small compromise. The EVF and the F/2 to F/4 and totally flexible controls make me feel like Im using my old D300. Low light work is fine, noise is not an issue below ISO 400 and Bokeh is acceptable. The smaller sensor is not a negative as I have won several exhibition competitions even with minimal cropping and enlargements to 11 x 14. I waited over a year for the much anticipated 8000 to arrive with a larger sensor but Nikon is putting their money behind the mirrorless platform and I doubt if they can maintain the 200mm zoom in a similarly sized package to the P7800 so I bought one. Im extremely satisfied.

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4.0

best yet of P7000 series

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I have owned the 7000, 7100 and now the 7800. For years I carried two slr bodies and three lenses. Im in my 70's now with arthritic hands and the P7800 is an answer and only a small compromise. The EVF and the F/2 to F/4 and totally flexible controls make me feel like Im using my old D300. Low light work is fine, noise is not an issue below ISO 400 and Bokeh is acceptable. The smaller sensor is not a negative as I have won several exhibition competitions even with minimal cropping and enlargements to 11 x 14. I waited over a year for the much anticipated 8000 to arrive with a larger sensor but Nikon is putting their money behind the mirrorless platform and I doubt if they can maintain the 200mm zoom in a similarly sized package to the P7800 so I bought one. Im extremely satisfied.

 
1.0

Frequent Lens Cover Problem

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The Nikon Coolpix 7000 series have an unresolved problem on the lens cover system. Make a search on the www to realise that. The repair cost is almost the same of a new camera. Choose a better camera.

 
4.0

Great Camera

By

Bought this for use when DSLR is too big to carry. Great travel camera. Great improvement on my original P7100. Love the lens cap rather than original metal leaf cap.

 
5.0

Good travel camera

By

I bought this camera to take on trips. I wanted a high-quality camera that went beyond a simple point-and-shoot, but I didn't want to lug around a DSLR with multiple lenses. The features that drew me to the 7800 were: size and weight; electronic viewfinder, 7x optical zoom; f/2.0 lens. I had been using a Canon G9 but wanted a similar camera with a faster lens that still could zoom out to ~200 mm (35 mm equiv). I'm still learning to shoot with the 7800 but it is relatively intuitive. This camera reminds me of my old Leica.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

A feature-packed wonder

By

Frankly, I had to "warm up" to this camera upon first usage. There is so much to like and so many features, but with a few, "huh?, why wasn't this included?" things missing. However, what's "missing" is more than compensated for, when you look at the sum of the parts. As an "enthusiast" who has won a few blue ribbons, best of shows, etc., I take my photography seriously, but still want it to be fun and non-burdemsome. As I get 'older', I am finding my beloved,tried-and-true Nikon D300 being used less due to size and convenience. This the reason for opting for the P7800 - and now I can have the features, control and photo quality I need, in a 'grab-and-go' package. Looking forward to the future of photography with this thing.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Much appreciated improvements

By

The P7800 is a welcome upgrade from my original P7000. The f2.0 lens at 28mm, and the swivel monitor is much appreciated. Waited for this version so I could enjoy using the view finder, though it's now electronic, it's needed in direct sun situations where the monitor is hard to see. In general, the access to menu items has been somewhat better integrated. Very clean files and the ability to shoot raw is makes this a camera I carry everywhere.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great IQ, Controls

By

I bought this camera to have something with good IQ, instead of having a do-it-all lens for my D7100 and D600. These options always left me cold, as the 28-200 FX and 18-250DX lenses are mediocre at best, but you still need the bigger body. The P7800 has surprising good IQ - way better than the reviews, and the long zoom range makes it, for me, a better choice than the Canon, Sony, and Fuji offerings. Nikon forgot to mention that the fill flash works to 1/4000!, which is one of the big selling points of the Fuji X100S. Great controls, esp. manual exp. flash exp. comp, and exp. comp. Love this camera!

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Coolpix 7800

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I am a retired Pro Photographer and just got back from a two week vacation. I just don't want to carry the Nikon D3 and three lens and a flash with me for casual photos and some scenics. I picked the 7800 because it is one of the few point and shoot cameras with an optical viewfinder. In the short time I have had it, I find it easy to use and produces image files good enough to make large prints. However the learning curve may take a while due to the many menu options. You can use it as a simple point and shoot or if you want to delve into the menus you can override just about every option. Now I am waiting for Nikon to provide a fix to allow Photoshop and other editing software to read the new raw file format that comes with the camera.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Beware if you shoot RAW

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I had read that this series was slow to write RAW files to the SD card. I could not have believed how SLOW. I have a fast card and it still made me pause between easy shots. If you are shooting jpeg, there will be no worries. I returned the camera immediately.

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Shopper  When shooting in RAW, is the write speed that slow as some have claimed? Has anyone used the ML-L3 wireless remote with this camera? And are you able to use wireless triggers for external flashes? Thanks in advance for any responses.
SURESH S  When shooting RAW, the write speed of your photo on the card varies on what card you use and the speed of the card also matters. If you are using a pro-level card that has more than or equal to 60MB/sec, need not worry. Also if you shoot on Contious Shutter mode, you might see a difference. Other than that RAW mode doesn't make any noticeable difference for Single Shutter shots. Logically if there is a flash hot shoe, we can use the wireless flash trigger. But I have not tried this. Hope this helps. Thanks
Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
NED P  Liked the P7700 but really wanted an eye level Electronic View Finder (EVF) so I upgraded. My 7800 came with a Lowepro bag and a 16 gig card. Love the camera. The best feature is the video recording. Takes great photos but the videos are excellent. Nice solid feel to the body. The articulated monitor is a feature not available on most cameras.
Shopper  When shooting in RAW, is the write speed that slow as some have claimed? Has anyone used the ML-L3 wireless remote with this camera? And are you able to use wireless triggers for external flashes? Thanks in advance for any responses.
SURESH S  When shooting RAW, the write speed of your photo on the card varies on what card you use and the speed of the card also matters. If you are using a pro-level card that has more than or equal to 60MB/sec, need not worry. Also if you shoot on Contious Shutter mode, you might see a difference. Other than that RAW mode doesn't make any noticeable difference for Single Shutter shots. Logically if there is a flash hot shoe, we can use the wireless flash trigger. But I have not tried this. Hope this helps. Thanks
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