Nikon Coolpix P1 – Review @ Steve’s Digicams

Steve’s Digicams has recently posted their his review on Nikon Coolpix P1, a 8 Megapixels digital camera with builtin Wifi (802.11b/g-compatible) which will allow its users to immediately transfer images wirelessly to a computer or any PictBridge-enabled printer equipped with Nikon Wireless Printer Adapter.

nikon Coolpix P1

In conclusion he writes: “Ergonomics are surprisingly good. Although it is very compact, what we consider an “ultra- compact”, the enlarged hand grip makes for a comfortable feel in you hands and its various controls are laid out well and easily accessed by your fingertips. The WiFi features were simple to setup and use. Using the supplied software it was easy to get the camera to talk to my D-Link 802.11g router and transfer photos. It really does work as advertised as long as you are within the operating limits of your router.

Nikon’s Coolpix P1 is a nice ultra-compact digicam that produces good quality 8-megapixel images and VGA sized movies; and lets not forget its 802.11 b/g certified. I liked just about every feature on this model, and was only annoyed when trying to capture spontaneous moments of friends and family indoors. However, outdoors or when shooting under very good lighting, it will keep up with similar models in its class.”


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