Nikon Coolpix P520 Advance Point and Shoot

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Effective Pixels : 18.1 MP
Optical Zoom : 42.0x
Digital Zoom : 2.0x
Sensor Type/Size : CMOS, 1/2.3 inch
Screen Size : 3.2 inches
Focal Length : 4.3 - 180 mm (35 mm Eq...
Image Stabilizer : Yes
Self Timer : Yes
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Nikon Coolpix P520 Advance Point and Shoot Reviews

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Durability
3.5
Battery life
3.0
Video quality
4.0
Design
4.5
Image quality
4.0
Speed
3.5
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Are you a photography enthusiast? Have you planned of upgrading from your previous point-and-shoot to a new and better camera? Do you like getting really close to distant objects? Do you want more manual control on the pictures you click than a conventional point-and-shoot? If the answer is yes, then dear reader Nikon P520 might be the camera you need. This camera has many pros and as everything has, some cons as well. But dont let that disappoint you. This camera has a quite appealing personality. Throwing some light on its pros. The camera has an incredibly long zoooom capability (Some extra Os for that ). With 42X you can have something distant magnified in your viewfinder beautifully, something you cant possibly see with your bare eyes(And the quality isnt distorted; GOOD NEWS!). We...
Are you a photography enthusiast? Have you planned of upgrading from your previous point-and-shoot to a new and better camera? Do you like getting really close to distant objects? Do you want more manual control on the pictures you click than a conventional point-and-shoot? If the answer is yes, then dear reader Nikon P520 might be the camera you need. This camera has many pros and as everything has, some cons as well. But dont let that disappoint you. This camera has a quite appealing personality. Throwing some light on its pros. The camera has an incredibly long zoooom capability (Some extra Os for that ). With 42X you can have something distant magnified in your viewfinder beautifully, something you cant possibly see with your bare eyes(And the quality isnt distorted; GOOD NEWS!). Well thats the main attraction of the product. Talking about others, the camera can do incredibly well in the macro range, can take some quality videos in 1080p full HD. The camera further has many capabilities and settings that can further enhance your photography experience. Selective colour, manual shutter speed and aperture controls, manual focus are just to name a few. Some of the few cons of the camera are its image quality, slow focus time and dim light photos. This camera comes with most of the features of an entry level DSLR but there is only one thing where it lags behind, that is the image quality. It is mainly because of the small sensor size 1/2.3. In dimly lit conditions, photography can be a disappointment sometimes. But the camera provides a solution to that. Upto 8sec shutter speed. You just need to keep the subject still. Finally, I spoke about some of the pros and cons of the camera. Overall speaking it is a very good camera, better that some entry level DSLRs in many ways. No different lens requirements for both macro and telephoto. Well thats quite enough to save some serious amounts of cash. The photo quality is good, its just that when you crop the pic it does not retain its original sharpness. But if the picture matters to you then this is a perfect choice. Happy buying.
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The advance point and shoot range from Nikon is definitely one of its finest. Advanced point and shoot cameras are perfect for people who are unwilling (or like me just plain lazy) to learn how to use a DSLR. I recently bought a Nikon P520 after comparing many cameras in that price range and deciding that it was the best one. The stand out feature of this camera is its zoom, 42x optical zoom is no joke by any standards. Also, since its optical zoom and doesn't involve stretching any pixels like in digital zoom, the quality of the photos remains unchanged. And at a glorious 18.1 megapixels, youll want that. The image quality is fantastic, the auto exposure exposes the photos perfectly, and the auto focus does a good job of focusing at moderate levels of zoom, however, at high levels of z...
The advance point and shoot range from Nikon is definitely one of its finest. Advanced point and shoot cameras are perfect for people who are unwilling (or like me just plain lazy) to learn how to use a DSLR. I recently bought a Nikon P520 after comparing many cameras in that price range and deciding that it was the best one. The stand out feature of this camera is its zoom, 42x optical zoom is no joke by any standards. Also, since its optical zoom and doesn't involve stretching any pixels like in digital zoom, the quality of the photos remains unchanged. And at a glorious 18.1 megapixels, youll want that. The image quality is fantastic, the auto exposure exposes the photos perfectly, and the auto focus does a good job of focusing at moderate levels of zoom, however, at high levels of zoom I find that the auto focus takes an inordinate amount to focus properly, but when it manages, the quality is amazing. The best part is that you can use the auto mode when you just want to sit back and take some good pictures, however, if youre feeling a bit experimental, this camera allows you do full manual. In full manual, you gain an amazing amount of control over the pictures, with a bit of practise you can start taking some seriously good photos. The video capture takes place in full HD, which is pretty good. But the icing on the cake are those two stereo microphones. They do an excellent job of editing out wind noise, which is absolutely essential in outdoor video. The battery life is so-so on the device, it lasts for around four hours on a full charge, which is decent if not excellent. For long outdoor picture trips I would highly recommend a battery pack. The design of the camera is one of its strong points, the rubberized grip makes it easy to hold even with one hand. The build is fully plastic, but I think that its more of an advantage than a disadvantage actually, the camera already has some weight to it and the plastic in the construction helps it from becoming too heavy. Also, the plastics used are of good quality and give the camera quite a premium feel. The camera is quick to start up and there usually isnt much delay in taking photos. However in the auto mode at high zoom the camera does take quite a bit of time to focus. Overall, at this price range I think that the Nikon P520 is easily one of the best advanced point and shoot cameras out there.
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Effective Pixels

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Digital Zoom

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Sensor Type/Size

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Focal Length

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PicBridge

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External Flash Connection

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Self Timer

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Effective Pixels

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Sensor Type/Size

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PicBridge

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External Flash Connection

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Red Eye Reduction

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Face Detection

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Nikon Coolpix P520 Advance Point and Shoot Specifications

General
Camera Type
Point & Shoot
Lens
Lens Type
NIKKOR Lens
Effective Pixels
18.1 Mega Pixels
Auto Focus
Contrast Detect AF
Manual Focus
Yes
Digital Zoom
2x
Optical Zoom
42x
Sensor Type/Size
CMOS, 1/2.3 inch
Focal Length
4.3 - 180 mm (35 mm Equivalent to 24 - 1000 mm)
Display
LCD Display
TFT LCD Monitor with Anti-reflection Coating
Screen Size
3.2 inches
Image Resolution
921000 dots
Video Resolution
1920 x 1080, 30 fps
View Finder Type
Electronic viewfinder, 0.5 cm (0.2-inch)
Interface
Audio Video Interface
Audio / Video Output (NTSC, PAL)
USB
Hi-speed USB
Flash
Flash Range
0.5 - 8.0 m (W), 1.5 - 4.5 m (T)
Built in Flash
Yes
Continuous Shooting
Yes, 7 Shots at 7 fps
Exposure Control
ISO Sensitivity
ISO 80 - 3200, ISO 3200
Exposure Metering System
Matrix, Center Weighted, Spot
Minimum Shutter Speed
1 sec
Maximum Shutter Speed
1/4000 sec
Shooting Modes
Auto, Scene (Scene Auto Selector, Portrait, Sports, Night Portrait, Party / Indoor, Beach, Snow, Sunset, Dusk / Dawn, Close-up, Food, Museum, Fireworks Show, Black and White Copy, Panorama, Pet Portrait, 3D Photography), Night Landscape, Landscape, Backlighting, Special Effects, User Settings, Program, Smart, Manual
White Balance Modes
Auto 1, Auto 2, Cloudy, Daylight, Flash, Fluorescent, Incandescent, Preset Manual
Imaging
Image Size
4896 x 3672 Pixels
Image Format
JPEG, MPO, DCF, EXIF 2.3, DPOF, MPF Compliant
Video Format
MOV, H.264 / MPEG-4 AVC
Audio Format
WAV, AAC
Physical
Dimensions
125.2 x 84.1 x 101.6 mm
Weight
550 g
Storage Media
Inbuilt Storage
15 MB
Upgradeable Memory
Yes
Memory Card Type
SD / SDHC / SDXC
Power Supply
Battery
Li-ion Rechargeable Battery
Others
Self Timer
Yes, 2 and 10 sec
Macro Mode
Yes, 1 cm
Face Detection
Yes
Image Stabilizer
Yes