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Nikon COOLPIX P7700 12.2 MP Digital Camera with 7.1x Optical Zoom NIKKOR ED Glass Lens and 3-inch Vari-Angle LCD

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  • Extra-large 12.2 megapixel CMOS sensor (1/1.7")
  • 7.1X optical zoom-NIKKOR ED glass lens with Vibration Reduction
  • 3.0-inch Vari-angle LCD which swivels for easier shots
  • Full HD (1080p) videos with stereo sound
  • Fast f/2.0 maximum aperture ideal for brilliant low-light shots
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.7 x 2 x 2.9 inches ; 13.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0090SLE30
  • Item model number: 26360
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (151 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,672 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 20, 2012

Product Description

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Product Description

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Empower your creative passions with a camera that sacrifices nothing for portability. Create absolutely stunning photos and Full HD (1080p) videos with uncompromising speed. Take complete creative control with PSAM modes, or let one of 19 Scene Modes do the thinking for you. Rethink what's possible with a compact point-and-shoot camera.


COOLPIX P7700 photo of low light Venice canal scene

Impress with every shot

Endless creativity and superb image quality

The COOLPIX P7700 satisfies even the most passionate shooters. At its heart is a 1/1.7" 12.2-megapixel CMOS sensor—larger than the sensor in most compact cameras—that delivers exceptional image quality and detail. Use that power to bring every shot to life in vivid clarity. A 7.1x Zoom-NIKKOR glass lens takes you from wide-angle (28mm) to telephoto (200mm) in an instant. Create an expansive landscape one shot, a stunning close-up the next. But as powerful as the COOLPIX P7700 is, you don't need to be a pro to excel with it. Whether you prefer letting Auto Mode do the work for you, using Scene Modes to match your shooting situation or taking complete control of your images with full manual control, you'll be proud of every photo and video you create.

COOLPIX P7700 low-light performance photo of Venice buildings

Excel in low-light situations

Bright f/2.0 lens and highly sensitive CMOS sensor

Great low-light performance starts with the lens, and the COOLPIX P7700 has one of the best lenses we've ever put in a COOLPIX camera. With a maximum aperture that's wider than most compact cameras (f/2.0), the 7.1x Zoom-NIKKOR glass lens gathers maximum light so you can shoot with faster shutter speeds. Combine that with a highly sensitive CMOS image sensor and Nikon's renowned ISO performance, and you'll capture the shots you've been missing—low-light indoor shots, evening group shots around a fire, nighttime cityscapes, fast-moving subjects and much more.

COOLPIX P7700 keeps up with fast action

Create with remarkable speed

Fast operation and continuous shooting

Life moves fast, but the COOLPIX P7700 keeps up. In an instant, it powers up, zooms in, autofocuses and captures stunning shot after shot. Hold down the shutter button and fire a blazing-fast 8 fps (up to 6 shots) for some of the most impressive action-freezing sequences you've ever seen. Plus, every photo and video will be sharp and steady, even if your hands are not—Nikon's VR image stabilization ensures a little camera shake won't ruin the shot.

Photo of the COOLPIX P7700 and its Vari-angle display

Find exciting new perspectives

Moveable 921,000-dot Vari-angle display

When you can swivel your camera's LCD display to just about any position, you're free to explore exciting new perspectives all around you. Hold the COOLPIX P7700 at ground level for a surprising new view of a common scene. In tight, cramped spaces, raise the camera overhead and get the shot or video you need. Every shot you frame, review or share is rendered in 921,000 dots of brilliant detail. When transporting the camera, protect the LCD by flipping it to the closed position.

COOLPIX P7700 photo of blue covered gondolas in Venice and Full HD video icon

Explore new possibilities

Full HD (1080p) video with stereo sound

Apply your creativity to videography. With the touch of a button, go from shooting stills to recording Full HD (1080p) videos that can easily be shared on your computer, social networking sites or an HDTV. The COOLPIX P7700 lets you use the optical zoom while recording, so you can frame exactly the shot you want. It also lets you maintain creative control; adjust the aperture and exposure settings, add creative filters, special effects and more. The built-in stereo microphone captures clear, natural audio (it even includes wind noise reduction), but for maximum sound fidelity, add the optional ME-1 stereo microphone.

Comfortable, smart design

The COOLPIX P7700 is designed to be used—as often as possible. Its compact, ergonomic body lets you create comfortably. All the camera's settings are accessible through easy-to-navigate menus, and key features are at your fingertips. You can even program your favorite settings for quick recall.

Expand your capabilities and creativity

The COOLPIX P7700 includes a full-size accessory shoe that's compatible with Nikon's most popular D-SLR accessories: Nikon's renowned Speedlights, GP-1 GPS module, ME-1 stereo microphone, and more. Build a creative system around the COOLPIX P7700.



Supplied Accessories

  • AN-CP22 Strap
  • UC-E17 USB Cable
  • EG-CP16 Audio Video Cable
  • EN-EL14 Rechargeable Li-ion Battery
  • MH-24 Quick Charger
  • LC-CP26 Lens Cap
  • NikonView NX 2 CD-ROM

Product Description

Meet the COOLPIX P7700, a high-performance compact camera with the power and precision to fuel your creative passions. Its extra-large CMOS image sensor is paired with one of the best NIKKOR lenses we’ve ever put in a COOLPIX camera. Your photos and Full HD (1080p) videos will be second to none. With an Auto Mode you can rely on every time, 19 Scene Modes for getting the most out of every shooting situation, creative in-camera effects, complete PSAM control, RAW shooting and more — the COOLPIX P7700 will go as far as you want to go. For shooters seeking the ultimate compact digital camera performance, the COOLPIX P7700 delivers.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

This is basically a G12 with a large sensor. The pictures are great, but continued shooting is slow. Close focusing is not very close. Read more ›
I took it on vacation to Europe and was very pleased with the results. The picture quality is great and the various controls allowed me to experiment and tailor my photos. T… Read more ›
This nikon's is comprable there to the others I've owned. Photo quality is decent, video as well. Not very crisp at all when viewing native resolution. Read more ›
I have to say the overall quality is very good. But I am still at trial stage to test out this camera. Read more ›
Super happy with my P7700. Picture quality is outstanding. Much better than my G15 so it is up on eBay already. Read more ›
Unless you need 7 layers of HDR or a long action stopping lens, the P7700 is all you need. Images are sharp, 16 x 20+ prints are well within it's capability. Low light… Read more ›
I also have a dslr, but I don't have any resistance to carrying this coolpix anywhere. it is lightweight, the controls are awesome, my friends and I are crazy about the in… Read more ›
Pictures are great. Controls are great. What is not great is the write speed as others have pointed out. Read more ›
I love it, I use it when I am traveling and when I am on a family outing (when I don’t wish to bring my…The controls are outstanding, they spoil me when using my D5000. I… Read more ›
The focal range of this,…The camera is full-featured, so she can learn about ISO, exposure, and the rest if she wants to - but it works very well in full auto mode. The… Read more ›
So,…Although I bought the camera because it can be used in full manual mode I admit to using the "auto" setting when I don't have time to "think" (don't tell my instructor). Read more ›
I recently sold a Nikon full-frame DSLR with a couple of lenses and also a Nikon P7100 and bought this P7700. The P7700 is an excellent camera with outstanding features! Read more ›
Overall the quality is very solid, as you would expect from…The lens is very good, I compared it with a set of my other cameras and the difference in sharpness is marginal. Read more ›
Accessing all the controls is a breeze and if you've been using Nikons for a while like me(D50/D7000), even easier. The lens is very good and the VR works well too. I love… Read more ›
But this Nikon is something special. The 28-200 lens is faster than its predecessor and it seems to me that it is sharper as well. AF is somewhat faster and more reliable,… Read more ›
I have been shooting weddings for…With the current slow-down of my business (I now only shoot 1 or 2 a year), I decided to dump my gigantic collection of lenses and bodies. Read more ›
Thought I would miss a viewfinder, but the articulating LCD screen more…Also, the ability to add lenses is great, plus the lens hood I purchased separately does a good job. Read more ›
After many years of using a Ricoh SLR with a 1.2 lens (a great camera and lens combo!), I graduated to digital a few years ago with a Coolpix E7600, which I bought when… Read more ›
Try it with an open mind - you might really find something new! (11) the articulated display is great! I've gotten more unique image angles than if I had the camera smushed… Read more ›
All in all, the Nikon is good for people who want a swiveling screen, 12MP is good enough and sharper than most cameras - the P7700 has the best quality from a 1/1.7"… Read more ›
In this respect it's a better handling cam than the G15. The flip out display is as good as the one on my D800 and it's adjustable! Somehow Canon decided to remove their… Read more ›
Got all the power and features of any DSLR I've ever seen cept changeable lens. The fully articulating 3in view screen is a HUGE plus and very handy. It doesn't have a eye… Read more ›
Excellent picture quality and color accuracy, sharp lens, great LCD, highly tweakable or down right simple, and very expandable, all in all the P7700 is a great (almost… Read more ›
4. Articulating LCD with beautiful screen 5. Read more ›
For a novice this is the camera for you. I needed the flexibility in a camera that also kept it simple to use. Great product and price. Read more ›
I don't find the newer photo editing software to be as easy as the older version was but I am learning to get the job done, Photo quality is very good. Camera is easy to use. Read more ›
Excellent camera. Very sharp and very easy to use it. I bought this camera to take everywhere with me, and I'm not disappointed. Read more ›
I normally use a Nikon D300 but this compact camera was able to take photos that are equivalent to my D300! It was lightweight and easy to use, even with gloves on. I shot… Read more ›
This was a great decision. Picture quality is excellent and it is very easy to use. Read more ›
Arrived within a week.. Very easy to use. Started taking great pictures . Read more ›
Video: The video is nice! 1080p is mind blowing. the only downfall is the AF on video. Read more ›
The video features are also great. Read more ›
I appreciate all the easily-changed settings options on the outside of the camera, the quality of the JPEG files, the accurate white balance…The video quality is nice, too. Read more ›
Very sturdy, quiet and most of all it looks and feels great. Easy to use controls, takes great videos too. Read more ›
It was my birthday present. This camera takes great pictures and videos. It's fairly easy to use. Read more ›
Quality of pictures is very good. Easy to video Read more ›
I'm excited to keep learning about the features on this camera. It's a great size and has a nice sort of vintage look to it as well. Read more ›
Superb medium size camera in all respects. I got this as a gift for a camera buff --- I was surprised to see how compact it was for such a quality camera. Read more ›
I love this camera. It's the perfect mix of DSLR features with the compact size of a point-and-shoot. The price was much lower here, too. Read more ›
The camera is a good product, but the canon versión is still the best. It has a good size and shape. Read more ›
Nikon quality, excellent picture quality, nice size, love the adjustable view screen. More features than I know what to do with. Read more ›
I wanted a compact advanced point and shoot mainly for the occasional landscape photograph and love the shape, size and weight of the Coolpix 7700 but boy oh boy fiddling… Read more ›
Zooms from (equiv) 28 to 200, has manual, a hot shoe,…Images have great latitude and rich color with good noise control and characteristically excellent Nikon lens quality. Read more ›
B./ Sony WX300 mostly just for its zoom in a tiny size, great jpeg color, and the fact that it connects easily to my Samsung tablet for sharing "moments" with others around… Read more ›
If…F.Y.I. The two pictures I took that were uploaded are of a Red-Winged Blackbird with beautiful colors, at the top of a Lighthouse in Rhode Island at over 25 feet away. Read more ›
The sensor is larger (1/1.7" vs 1/2.33") and a CMOS instead of a CCD. The CCD generated richer colors and fewer over exposures. The telephoto feature is less powerful (7x… Read more ›
In either auto mode it would shoot at very high ISO due to its slower lens, and I got nothing but grainy shots on top of…I just did not like the color on the NEX one bit. Read more ›
After all that, let's just say it is closer to a DSLR than a compact camera. blurry background, excellent colors, sharpening...And I don't believe that other brands on mid… Read more ›
Zoom is decent at 28-200mm equivalent and lens is fairly fast 2.0 - 4.0 at full zoom. The camera does not have an internal lens cover. Read more ›
I can also use my Nikon SB700 flash on camera or as a remote flash as the P770 works in commander mode just like my D7000. The zoom range is great at 28-200 35mm equivalent. T… Read more ›
That said, image quality is very good, approaching that of the Sony RX100, which has a much larger…Lens optics are very good and the zoom range is all most people need. H… Read more ›
When I bought this camera it was a 3rd party seller in…The camera shot nicely but the zoom button was broken and the seller said they fill out the warranty card for me. I… Read more ›
Pros: Nice pictures, zoom ok, good flash, pictures on back/white great. Handy., many features I have get through. Read more ›
- hot shoe - decent zoom - decent macro capability Read more ›
I have assigned the combination of Fn 1 press and main dial to ISO, this is very useful but again not as easy as the Ricoh GXR where you can just press the Adj lever left… Read more ›
I am an ISO nerd and am constantly changing ISO on my camera to match the existing…The Coolpix has and ISO range that starts at 80 and goes all the way up to 6400. Sure… Read more ›
- limits on the ISO. The photos are amazing up through ISO 400, but beginning at ISO 800 they begin to show some noise. On the bright side, ISO goes down to 80. Read more ›
The photos are amazing up through ISO 400, but beginning at ISO 800 they begin to show some noise. On the bright side, ISO goes down to 80. - because there is no viewfinder… Read more ›
As expected, the…This made access of the various functions such as ISO settings, white balance, auto bracketing and such to be far easier than exploring the camera menus. Read more ›
Bought the Sony RX100. It's smaller, has better optics, is TRUELY pocketable, has built in panorama, and has great high ISO. Focus is instantaneous and I really like the… Read more ›
At $389, the P7700 offers awesome adjustments and features for a P&S. The build quality is good, with a fine handgrip. Good flash, excellent features, and with a high-speed… Read more ›
Based on the overall quality of the vast majority of the images I captured, these are minor drawbacks…Build quality is excellent, though the zoom "lock-up" bears watching. Read more ›
The stark white letters on the knobs and wheels contrasting against what seems like a kind of matte black…The overall finish is very nice though, almost understated. It… Read more ›
With all dials and buttons logically placed for easy access. The build quality is pretty good. The articulated LCD is sharp and works well even in bright sunlight (one… Read more ›
For the record I am and…The Fuji was very beautiful and felt well made the build quality and feel was very reminiscent of the old rangefinder cameras of the 50s and 60s. Read more ›
On the plus side, the construction is very nice, and the lens is excellent (great image quality). Read more ›
-Fast focus -Probably the best button layout in my opinion, really easy to handle. -The camera body feels solid and fits with good grip Read more ›
6. Function 2 (Fn2) 7. Quick Menu Button (center of the Quick Menu Dial) 8. Flash - pops-up the flash and enables the flash modes Read more ›
The camera is well balanced with…Unlike the Canon G15, the P7700 camera has two customizable function buttons, one in front and one on top, that are easily accessible. T… Read more ›
* Multiple shooting options, including Aperture and Shutter priority, Program, fully Automatic, full Manual, numerous Scene modes,…* Programmable Function buttons (2) *… Read more ›
It failed on day 9. Powers up but goes full telephoto by itself and no function buttons work. Very polite Technical Assitance but no solution. Read more ›
The command dials are wonderful and make shooting manual painless. The function buttons and overall layout of the camera are well thought out and easy to use. I have been… Read more ›

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

287 of 295 people found the following review helpful By John Williamson TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 14, 2012
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The new Nikon COOLPIX P7700 was announced in the late summer of 2012 as the company's Performance-series flagship, a camera designed with the true photo enthusiast in mind. As a current owner of the Nikon COOLPIX P7100, I was curious as to what improvements might have been made.

Read a good number of first-look previews, then decided that it was worth a second look. I luckily had a chance for a short hands-on local preview, along with a few other cameras as noted below, then decided that there were enough features and improvements that made the P7700 well worth considering, so I put in my order here on Amazon and waited for it to be released.

It's a decision that I don't regret. Getting down to the subjective nitty-gritty, here are my basic observations.

◆ Pros:

+ Substantial 7.1x optical zoom; extra punch over 4x or 5x helps
+ Fully articulated 3-inch Vari-Angle LCD display; extra sharp at 921,000 dots
+ New 12.2 Megapixel CMOS-type sensor; offers excellent image quality
+ Improved ergonomics; rational array of controls, easy to master
+ Rechargeable EN-EL14 Li-ion battery; averages 310 - 330 shots per charge
+ Full manual exposure plus Program, Aperture- and Shutter priority modes
+ Much faster operational speeds than the P7000 or P7100
+ Uses readily available SD, SDHC and SDXC memory cards; full support
+ RAW (NRW) support; 19 Scene modes for creative control
+ ISO range is 80-1600; can be boosted to 6400
+ Accepts any Ø40.
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65 of 69 people found the following review helpful By Seldon Bradley on October 2, 2012
Finally, Nikon puts a major effort into the advanced pocketable (uh. .jacket pocket) camera market. Unless you need 7 layers of HDR or a long action stopping lens, the P7700 is all you need. Images are sharp, 16 x 20+ prints are well within it's capability. Low light performance is excellent as is the micro function. One of the major online reviewers states that this camera has no micro capabilities. I thought so too until I discovered that after selecting micro in the on screen menu you have to push the ok button on the rotary sensor.

I purchased this at a local CS (price is the same everywhere for now) and compared it closely to the Canon G15 - which is the same price. Most obvious is the feel of the camera when you first pick it up. The last two digits of your hand curl around a grippy rubber covered projection on the right front of the body making it very secure in one hand - leaving the thumb and forefinger to manipulate the various adjustment dials. There is also a grippy flair out on the back - right where your thumb fits - thoughtful touch. This design can only bring grief for lefties - but the dial layout is super convenient for the rest of us. For instance the +/- exposure control in auto mode is a rotary dial, right under the thumb - no lifting and fumbling with that annoying ring (never used it didja).

Two rotary dials control manual exposure - thumb wheel on the back controls shutter speed and a wheel in front, under the forefinger, controls aperture. The screen stays bright throughout exposure manipulation - still looking for the stop down button. However, a sliding bar exposure meter is positioned below the on screen shutter and aperture info.

While the G15 has a slightly larger screen, it abandons the articulating function.
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54 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Michael M. Shaw on October 5, 2012
I have owned and enjoyed the Nikon CoolPix P7100, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX5W (and briefly, the LX7K; it had a de-centered lens so I sent it back for a refund).
But this Nikon is something special.
The 28-200 lens is faster than its predecessor and it seems to me that it is sharper as well. AF is somewhat faster and more reliable, too. The flip'n'twist 3.0 inch LCD to me is an upgrade and is a tad larger than the Canon G-12's 2.7 inch display, and it deploys with a little stiffer motion than the Canon. I thought I would miss the OVF but even in bright sun, the LCD is perfectly adequate.
Raw files are much larger than the P7100's NRW files, so consider a faster, higher-capacity SD card to go with your new P7700.
What will really strike you, though, are two things:
1) the images are so much cleaner, less grainy and sharper than the P7100. Full zoom at 200mm effective still renders images that are sharp and contrasty.
2) the feel of the camera is much more solid, substantial and "pro-like".
This is a beautiful, must-have update on a camera that I really enjoyed before.
In essence, the Nikon CoolPix P7700 is a solidly built, impressive camera that you will come to rely on, appreciate and carry anywhere.
Just so you know, I did not buy the Nikon CoolPix P7700 from Amazon.com, so I did not experience any registration issues, though this has been resolved and buyers should have no registration concerns.
EDIT: As of 10/30/2012,the Nikon CoolPix P7700 Amazon.com review rating of 4 stars still reflects the negative ratings given by buyers who were told by Nikon that they could not register their new camera. This is so unfortunate, as this was a (very) temporary glitch on Nikon's part and has no bearing on the P7700's quality or useability.
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