Is the P600 Right for You?
Photographers who are experienced and serious about photography will consider the Nikon Coolpix P600 as the camera of their choice. The Nikon Coolpix P600 is pretty straightforward to use and has a versatile zoom range, which eliminates the need to carry extra lenses. Above all, the 60x zoom is its hottest selling point; there is, virtually, no camera as adaptable as the Nikon Coolpix P600.
Nikon’s Coolpix P600 users find the available picture quality to be much more crisp than previous camera editions. Even photographers with slightly less zoom capabilities, like of 42x or 50x, noticed an obvious difference with the P600.
The zoom is especially favored by outdoor photography enthusiasts, as the penetrating zoom and quick lense adjustments make for timely pictures, especially of wildlife or landscapes. The remarkable zoom, however, has a downside of a weak, wide-angle shot. With practice, the problem can be normalized as users adjust their positioning and zoom out. A tripod is recommended when the zoom is at its maximum reach.
With a functional design, the P600 has a lot of similarities to the slightly older model, the P520. Available in black or red, its body is made from a vigorous metal-alloy/polycarbonate and it has competent seals to prevent dust, moisture, or grime to seep in cracks and surfaces. The P600 has Wi-Fi connectivity and offers a 16-megapixel resolution. The Coolpix P600 weighs about 565 grams and its dimensions are 125 x 85 x 107 mm.
Equipped with an electronic viewfinder, which is common for ultra-zooms, photographers may choose to use the LCD screen or the EVF to preview images, or compose shots. Characteristics of the LCD also include a 3.0-inch monitor and a 921K resolution. The LCD will automatically adjust the brightness on its own if there is less light, but these automations can be manually changed, if needed.
The Nikon Coolpix P600 is a lot of zoom for the money
Nikon Coolpix P600 Features
- 60x zoom
- WiFi Connectivity
- Focal Range: 24-1440mm
- Digital Zoom” 5760 mm
- CMOS image sensor: ½.3-inch, 16.3 megapixel
- Maximum Aperture: f/3.3 at 24 mm and f/6.5 at 1440mm
- Aperture, shutter priority
- VR (Vibration Reduction) image stabilization
- 330 Shots per battery charge
- Video Capture (1080p/i;1920X 1,080 pixel)
- Full HD
- Active D Lighting
- Manual Mode
- Special Effects
- Picture Controls
- Panorama Mode
- Filter Effects
- Storage: 56MB
- And More!
- High image quality
- Excellent ease of use
- Powerful 60X zoom
- Less than ideal lag time with video capture
- Higher than average barrel distortion
- Slow autofocus
This is a solid bridge camera that will appeal to the masses. Great for the beginner to intermediate.