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Nikon COOLPIX P300 12.2 CMOS Digital Camera with 4.2x f/1.8 NIKKOR Wide-Angle Optical Zoom Lens and Full HD 1080p Video (Black)

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  • 12.2 -megapixel CMOS sensor for high speed operation and exceptional low-light performance.
  • 4.2x Wide-Angle Optical Zoom-NIKKOR Glass Lens
  • 4-way VR Image Stabilization System
  • EXPEED C2 with enhanced image quality and processing speed
  • 3-inch Ultra-High Resolution (921,000-dot) Clear Color Display
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Nikon COOLPIX P300: Hands-on preview by dpreview.com

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Nikon has released the COOLPIX P300 compact with manual controls and an F1.8-4.9 lens. It incorporates a 1/2.3-inch 12MP back-illuminated CMOS sensor, 920K dot 3.0-inch LCD and features 1080p Full HD movies and P/A/S/M shooting modes. We've had access to a pre-production example of the P300 and have prepared a brief hands-on preview.

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.3 x 4.1 x 2.3 inches ; 6.7 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004M8SVGG
  • Item model number: P300 Black
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (173 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,530 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 7, 2011

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Create in any light.

The fastest lens ever in a Nikon COOLPIX.
P300 lens

The COOLPIX P300 camera does justice to your photographic talents with a 4.2x wide angle, f/1.8 maximum aperture NIKKOR glass lens. This is the fastest lens Nikon has ever designed into a COOLPIX camera—it offers a 24-100mm optical zoom range and impressive telephoto performance for razor-sharp images. Plus, its maximum aperture of f/1.8 assures exceptional low-light results and minimum depth of field. This outstanding lens will showcase your skills whether you're shooting portraits, panoramas, weddings, real estate, products, publicity stills or any other challenging compositions—and will do so with still images or Full HD (1080p) movies. Simply put, this high-performance lens catches detailed images while displaying Nikon's proud tradition of producing precision camera optics.

Advanced features for challenging conditions.

Its 12.2-megapixel CMOS sensor provides superb image quality, high speed operation and exceptional low-light performance. The back-illuminated CMOS lets you shoot true-to-life pictures with remarkable detail and color clarity. The COOLPIX P300's four-way VR Image Stabilization is also a boon for handheld shooting. Custom optimized for this COOLPIX P300 model, Nikon's exclusive EXPEED C2 processing engine enhances professional quality images.

high ISO and advanced image processing engine deliver exceptional low-light performance and stunningly sharp photos

You'll also love Motion Detection's ability to identify moving objects in frame, adjust shutter speed and ISO, and freeze the subject to create stunningly sharp photos. When activated, Best Shot Selector automatically records up to ten shots with a single press of the shutter and then selects and saves only the best image. The camera's high ISO speed of up to 3200 with advanced noise reduction assures brilliant still images of dimly lit and fast moving photo subjects.

Manual control for the serious photographer.

The COOLPIX P300 allows photographers to stretch their creative limits with an impressive range of manual control. There's a Mode Dial for quick and convenient control over select settings, including shutter/aperture/programmed and manual exposure. Exposure Bracketing automatically brackets exposure for three shots. And the ISO can be set as high as 3200 at full resolution to control image quality in low-light conditions or when shooting fast moving subjects.

high-contrast black and white shot of a beach scene
High-Contrast Monochrome
High-Contrast Monochrome

The COOLPIX P300 also features several new in-camera special effects, including High-Contrast Monochrome for sophisticated black and white shots. Nostalgic Sepia adds character and mood or creates shots with an antiqued look. In-camera editing functions such as active D-Lighting restore details and contrast. This camera comes with several filter effects like Painting, Fisheye, Miniature, and Cross Screen. You can also control images with a creative slider that adjusts brightness, intensity and hue.

built-in camera effects
Full HD movie recording at 1080p
record button

HD movies have become the standard for web posting, website design enhancement, publicity clips and real estate property tours—or simply for capturing action that delivers so much more impact in high quality video. With the COOLPIX P300, you can shoot Full HD (1080p) movies while recording full stereo sound. The One-Touch recording button allows instant moviemaking, while the optical zoom control creates a variety of cinematic effects. Slow and fast motion HD movie options for 15, 60 and 120 fps*. Viewing and sharing your movies is simple too, with an HDMI-CEC output that allows in-camera playback or convenient hookup to an HDTV or computer.

* reduced resolution

The COOLPIX P300 takes the guesswork out.
Advanced Night Landscape mode in action
Advanced Night Landscape mode

Every shooting environment comes with its own unique characteristics, and the COOLPIX P300 has intuitive features to help you master each one. It optimizes settings for up to 20 common scenes so you simply point and shoot. Turn on the Scene Auto Selector and the camera automatically recognizes the scene you're in and selects the best one from among seven choices. With Nikon's ingenious Easy Panorama Scene Mode, just pan in any direction and it will automatically detect the movement, then combine and assemble the various shots into one seamless 180-or 360-degree panoramic image.

Nikon knows that night and low-light shooting present tricky challenges. Advanced Night Landscape and the related Advanced Night Portrait are invaluable tools that eliminate the guesswork by shooting consecutive shots at fast shutter speed and composing them into sharp depictions of night scenes.

Convenient features

Photo ops often arrive without warning, but your COOLPIX P300 is always ready with invaluable features like ultra fast start-up and autofocus—plus automatic High Speed Shooting that can capture up to seven shots in a second at full resolution. You can compose your shot using the large, three-inch LCD Clear Color Display. This precision, 921,000-dot, ultra-high resolution screen produces rich detail and excellent contrast, and includes anti-glare coating for easy viewing of photos and HD movies.

s6100 high resolution display
921,000-dot, ultra-high resolution screen

Nikon's Smart Portrait System offers useful tools that refine every shot. Smile Timer automatically releases the shutter when your subject smiles, while Face-Priority AF detects and focuses up to 12 faces at once. When activated, Blink Warning alerts you when a subject may have blinked and suggests a retake. The innovative in-camera Red-Eye Fix‡ addresses the problem by correcting for red-eye while the camera is shooting. Uneven or ruddy complexions can also be corrected with Skin Softening, which smoothes skin tones at three different levels and can be applied while shooting or during playback. Your close up shots will also be enhanced by the COOLPIX P300's Macro Shooting capabilities, taking clear, sharp pictures as close as 1.2 inches. And feel free to click away, as this COOLPIX has a 240-still shot capacity and comes with an EN-EL12 Li-ion rechargeable battery.

Nikon knows that night and low-light shooting present tricky challenges. Advanced Night Landscape and the related Advanced Night Portrait are invaluable tools that eliminate the guesswork by shooting consecutive shots at fast shutter speed and composing them into sharp depictions of night scenes.

What's in the box
  • COOLPIX P300 Digital Camera
  • AN-CP19 Strap
  • UC-E6 USB Cable
  • EG-CP16 Audio/Video Cable
  • EN-EL12 Rechargeable Li-ion Battery
  • EH-69P AC Adapter/Charger
  • Nikon View NX 2 CD-Rom

Product Description

Shed new light on your creativity with the fastest lens in a Nikon Coolpix camera with its new, wide angle, f/1.8 maximum aperture Zoom-NIKKOR glass lens.

The fastest lens ever in a Nikon Coolpix.

The Coolpix P300 digital camera does justice to your photographic talents with a 4.2x wide angle, F1.8 maximum aperture NIKKOR glass lens. This is the fastest lens Nikon has ever designed into a Coolpix camera—it offers a 24-100mm optical zoom range and impressive telephoto performance for razor-sharp images. Plus, its maximum aperture of F1.8 assures exceptional low-light results and minimum depth of field. This outstanding lens will showcase your skills whether you’re shooting portraits, panoramas, weddings, real estate, products, publicity stills, or any other challenging compositions—and will do so with still images or Full HD (1080p) movies. Simply put, this high-performance lens catches detailed images while displaying Nikon’s proud tradition of producing precision camera optics.

Manual control for the serious photographer.

The Coolpix P300 allows photographers to stretch their creative limits with an impressive range of manual control. There’s a Mode Dial for quick and convenient control over select settings, including shutter/aperture/programmed and manual exposure. Exposure Bracketing automatically brackets exposure for three shots. And the ISO can be set as high as 3200 at full resolution to control image quality in low-light conditions or when shooting fast moving subjects. The Coolpix P300 also features several new in-camera special effects, including High-Contrast Monochrome for sophisticated black and white shots. Nostalgic Sepia adds character and mood or creates shots with an antiqued look. In-camera editing functions such as Quick Retouch, and active D-Lighting restore detail and contrast. This camera comes with several filter effects like Painting, Fisheye, Miniature, and Cross Screen. You can also control


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Customer Reviews

I bought this camera a while ago, and I wanted to test it out for awhile before i made a review. I haven't had any problems, the pictures are very sharp and crystal clear. I… Read more ›
Nikon had put in great manual features into this point and shoot camera. Above all the Video and Audio quality is very good. Occasionally we also record slow motion video… Read more ›
Also I like how it can take a clear photo even if the subject is backlit. My photos are extra sharp in comparison to what my old mini camera could do. I've only made a few… Read more ›
Low light shooting is great with out a flash. Action shots are good for this type of camera. start up is very fasy Read more ›
I love the fact that you have the option to keep the flash up or down depending on the picture you are…The pictures are crystal clear and the camera is so easy to use. I… Read more ›
I rarely have to put on the flash, so I can shoot more inconspicuously. And the quality of the pictures is still great. Would highly recommend this camera. Read more ›
Just came back from Riviera Maya Mexico and this…Videos are pretty good however there are definitely better ones, Lumix LX7 is much better when comes to recording videos. Read more ›
I realize I am not using the camera to its fullest, but it doesn't perform well unless you have a still subject in low light or an action…The video is great and works well. Read more ›
It is very light and can feel less stable when using it. Videos are not good at all when you use zoom. Read more ›
Video is great, can use zoom during recording and keeps focus. (Not like fix focus flipcamera). Read more ›
This camera is a perfect companion. The video capability is also great - I am going to take it along with all my gear on vacation and do some comparisons. I will post my… Read more ›
They are clear, crisp and full of details that I could barely see in the scene with my own eyes!! HD videos are excellent too and battery life is pretty good. I recommend… Read more ›
A little pricey compared to other point and shoots, but I think worth it was it. The macro mode is fantastic and the camera is great in low light conditions. I also like… Read more ›
It is not super small (which I like)…Controls are in good spots (although on/off button is a little small and I sometimes can't depress it all the way down at first try). Read more ›
I only use flash as daytime fill-in for back light. The Portrait setting is very useful to me. I find that I can take my own picture held at arm length using Portrait… Read more ›
In this case I found shooting via "live view" in the monitor actually made it…The menus are intuitive and extremely easy to navigate, and second nature to any Nikon user. Read more ›
I like the dual wheel control. The menus are easy to navigate. I wish there was a way to program the wheel not being used in aperture to shutter priority mode to control… Read more ›
So far I love the Nikon P300, it takes good pictures in automatic mode, and you…The macro funcionality is fantastic and also the panorama mode which is very easy to use. Read more ›
I seldom use flash unless I really need it. The lens is fast and sharp. The only downside is the low zoom, but you can't have eveything. Read more ›
I especially like the 24mm equivalent wide angle lens. The fast f1.8 lens opening is also useful for taking inside pictures without a flash. This is nice where a flash… Read more ›
Images are not as sharp or clean as Leica (when you compare at 100%), but every moment…The colors are accurate even with mixed or minimal lighting, and the lens are fast. Read more ›
I liked the viewfinder on the P7000 and the hot shoe, but it was slow and…The interface is a lot faster on the P300 and the fast f1.8 lens is awesome for a point and shoot. Read more ›
Their cameras are sturdy and durable. Their lenses are sheer perfection and set the standard for the others. Overall, Nikon stands for quality. Read more ›
Initially I was a big fan of the S95, but it was too slow and missed shots. Then I got the P300, it has a much faster lens with far fewer missed shots. I work as a… Read more ›
small, easy to use, good focus screen, switching from photo to video is remarkably easy. Photos on the computer screen are first rate and very clear. Read more ›
Small, easy enough to use, fantastic pictures, lot of options, fits in a shirt pocket, and well worth the money. Read more ›
This Nikon is amazing for its size and price. It shots sharp pictures, does video, and its menus are easy to use. I "borrow" this regularly when I don't want to… Read more ›
They rated it highly. This camera is so easy to use, full of features, and can really take a licking. I have dropped this camera on a linoleum floor with the lense out, and… Read more ›
I have been testing the camara and it is amazing, good image quality(very good in low light), easy to operate, well builded. Of course you must read the manual to get more… Read more ›
AWSOME pictures/video !!!! VERY easy to use!! I give it TEN stars!! Read more ›
-Fairly compact and light weight -Screen is very sharp and reasonably bright -Full HD video capture w/ stereo sound Read more ›
Being a long…The 921k screen was very nice, but one thing that bugged me was that it did not automatically update the screen when changing exposure/iso/shutter/aperture. Read more ›
The camera may feel like it's not solid since it is so light but it is. The screen is so bright and detailed as well. The battry life is also amazing and I probably won't… Read more ›
I tried the Video and Continuous shooting (Sports) the only complaint I have is that the screen goes…Pic are Fine and the screen is bright enough to see in bright sun. B… Read more ›
button is great too. The lcd screen is beautiful. The camera turns on Read more ›
Its 1080p video also looks great but haven't really tried it out yet. Also its LCD is HUGE unlike most other cameras you can actually see the details of pictures you take. W… Read more ›
The lens sharpness on the P300 is very comparable to the ones on S95 and S100. - The color from S95/S100 seems to be more realistic, but the Nikon color is more pleasant. Ho… Read more ›
Excellent still photos and videos with nice sharp edges. Colors are very vivid and lifelike. The camera performs very well with both photos and videos in low light situations. Read more ›
It "back focused" a few times, probably operator error. The colors are vividly realistic. This will be my walking around camera, the Canon collection will be on reserve for… Read more ›
Got this for my wife last Christmas and I've been really impressed with it. It takes high quality pictures with great color, very easily. Video too. Read more ›
Crisp photos, perfect colors, long life battery. Much better than Canon. Read more ›
This is a very nice camera for the money. The image quality is excellent with vivid colors and sharp details. The quality is not as good as my Canon DSLR, especially when… Read more ›
But a superb camera with DSLR qualities and options including a…I shot a community XMAS tree event with this camera and the shots, sans flash even, were marvelous. Read more ›
Shots are colorful, sharp and well exposed. Low light photography (don't care for on-camera flash) is exceptional. Gives you Aperture and Shutter Priority modes, full… Read more ›
I then remembered that I had forgotten to pop the flash up, but the P300 captured the shot anyway. When you do need the flash it is very bright. I know I have taken flash… Read more ›
4- Interesting scene modes- like the panorama and high contrast monochrome in particular 5- pop up flash is easy to understand-works only when popped up 6- 24mm wide angle… Read more ›
I like the fast F 1.8 lense that will allow more light in. The result of low light images without flash are very good. However the panorama pictures are not as good as I… Read more ›
So far I don't need it. The flash design is great, it allows you to place your left index finger right behind it when it's raised. I didn't like how some new Canons have a… Read more ›
Focus is razor sharp, low light ISO is quite literally the best I've experienced in a point and shoot of any kind. It really is on par with some of the more expensive Nikon… Read more ›
We have used the camera…For us, image quality and focus capability was not good enough to justify having another point and shoot at home (Canon s90 is our other one). I… Read more ›
In terms of still shots on the SL3050, a few out of every 100 shots may be slightly out of focus which is a reasonable hit rate for me. The overall sharpness on the… Read more ›
2) Indoor image quality is the best among the ones I…Even though it is not perfect, the color, noise and focus are decent when keeping the image not higher than ISO 400. Read more ›
It produces excellent color balance, clarity…One small complain I have about the P300 was about the slowness in capturing the first picture with good focus on active kids. Read more ›
I have been very pleased with the camera so far. The photos I have taken have turned out well, with good colors and focusing. The pop-up flash takes a bit to get used to… Read more ›
5x telephoto. Fairly easy to carry but big for a P&S (as I knew). The viewfinder is important as I'm used to using one and pics have less blur from camera shake. Read more ›
I would highly recommend this camera. Easy to carry and takes great photos. Buy it, take it with you and click away! Read more ›
But for the price, you really can't go wrong with…It isn't perfect, but I think so far I'm impressed, and it's been a great camera to carry around and follow the kids with. Read more ›
Again I picked this as a simple camera to carry around with P/A/S/M features and great video. Low-light is very good but not DSLR quality in any of these cameras. Read more ›
I have taken aprox 400 pics so far and have no…If you want better then just go spend more money but for a small compact easy to carry around camera AAWESOME choice Read more ›
Europe trip 2011. I had to decide whether or not to bring my Nikon D90, Canon 7D....or buy a little point and shoot that might be easier to carry around. Well about a week… Read more ›
Good for my old eyes. And the zoom is easy to work and makes taking pictures from far away easy as pie. I think Nikon lenses give you the sharpest picture but I am no expert. Read more ›
I haven't gotten into any elaborate photos yet but it takes great pictures. The zoom feature is quite clear and sharp. Very happy with the purchase. Read more ›
Excellent camera for the price, nice photos, the optical zoom works fast and smooth, clear and sharp pictures, the video is full HD, I noted only the fault of a continuous… Read more ›
That was "cool" at first, but became painful to actually use. I love the controls on this, the zoom is solid and the picture quality is excellent. No complaints with this… Read more ›
It also offers a choice from seven images (sports setting) of a child who…The modest zoom range is a reasonable compromise to get sharp images in existing or low light Read more ›
This camera provides lots of options for a great variety of photo techniques. It provides wide angle with a decent zoom. I didn't buy this camera for the zoom I bought it… Read more ›
Quick start up time and little lag time between photographs. Price was also excellent when compared to similar canon and sony cameras. Read more ›
Good value, this is an amazing camera. The preview screen is bright and the anti shake feature is sure to be appreciated for those split second photo opportunities. Read more ›
For a point and shoot camera it has a lot of extra capabilities that I haven't began to understand. This is great for the price and nikon's craftmanship is above and beyond! Read more ›
This camera takes very good pictures. It is a good value for the money you spend. There has been criticism about the performance of the panorama function in low light. Read more ›
Everything else was 400 or more. I think it takes good images but not the best (but good for the price). It is weak indoor like all other P&S (without the flash) producing… Read more ›
Honestly, I never liked coolpix…But when I saw the quality and capabilities of this camera, I bought it right away, and Amazon is selling it for a very reasonable price. Read more ›

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520 of 525 people found the following review helpful By Patswamp on March 29, 2011
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Over the last couple of weeks I've bought all three, returned the Canon
and Panasonic. Here's my opinion (again this is mostly opinion, not
fact):

- P300 and S95 are almost the exact same size, LX5 was too big (i.e., too
thick for a pocket)
- P300 and LX5 both have direct video record buttons
- LX5 and S95 both shoot RAW (wasn't a factor for me, but may be for
you)
- All three have great picture quality (1. P300, 2. S95, 3. LX5)
- Two have great video quality, S95 is just OK (1. LX5, 2. P300, 3. S95)

Because I have an SLR for high-quality pictures, I just want a portable
p&s for when I don't feel like carrying an SLR. That factor hurt the
LX5, which I thought was the best camera, just not pocketable.

The LX5 had great video, really fast focusing (for pics and vid), and
strong build quality. It's JPEGs were the worst of the three, but third
best in this class is generally better than 1st place in a lesser class
of cameras. It felt solid. I liked the direct video record button. I
disliked the lens cap.

The S95 never did much for me, it's pics were good but not better than
the P300. It's video was definetly the worst of the three, but again,
solid for a point and shoot. The ring around the lens was cute, but felt
loose to me. The lack of a direct video record button was limiting and I
found the auto pop-up flash annoying (it pushes your finger out of the
way, both other cameras have mechanical flash pop-ups).

The P300 is great. Love the picture quality and video quality. Warning,
the video is jumpy on pans, this camera won't take the place of an HD
video camera, but it's great for a point and shoot. The direct video
button is great too.
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127 of 127 people found the following review helpful By robbieY on April 13, 2011
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Note: this review is for the layman--who wants to eventually learn to use manual features--but ends up using only auto-mod, so all you pros please don't make too much fun of me.

I'm a father of a 2-year-old and I take lots of indoor shots and tons of video clips. My almost 3-year-old camera was a Canon SD790IS: 10 MP, 640p video (Yes, very low resolution but it never lost focus!), mono microphone.

Question: Is it too much to ask for a camera with great low-light abilities, Full HD video, a stereo microphone, and no removable lens cover? Apparently the answer was YES!

I bought a Canon SD4000IS but returned it because it couldn't hold a focus in HD video mode. Not even on stationary objects using a tripod! Ridiculous!

My online search continued with finding cameras that had good video but too many megapixels (above 12 MP is bad) for a point-and-shoot, which made the pictures worse!

I eagerly awaited the reviews for the Canon SX230 but was devastated when I noticed blurring in some posted videos by infosyncworld.

I was even ready to shell out the big bucks for the Panasonic LX5 but it has a removable lens cover! Are you kidding me? I don't have time to remove the cover before powering up.

So finally, this Nikon P300 comes along and it does everything I wanted! Finally! My 2-year search has ended!

The HD video is amazing! The focus stays sharp throughout. I don't think I'll be using the 1080p mode too often (I have a Canon VIXIA camcorder that records 1080p that I use for birthdays), 720p has made me very happy. Even the slow-motion mode can record in HD! Check out YouTube for cool slow-motion videos. A lot of new Canon models recently released can record in slow-motion but only very low quality, less than 640p.
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148 of 153 people found the following review helpful By sharoninmass on April 5, 2011
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"Should I buy this camera?" is like asking "Should I buy this car?" The answer to both questions is: It depends on what's most important to you. For me, I was looking for a point-and-shoot that takes good HD video as well as good still photos, and is reasonably small, light and affordable. I already have a DSLR, and wanted a camera to complement that -- one I could slip in a pocket and take to the beach or an evening out without having to worry about it.

I believe other commenters that there are P&S cameras out there that take better photos than the P300, but those models are either considerably larger and heavier, a good deal more expensive (one comment here compared a camera costing $500 with this one at slightly over $300), or the video quality is unacceptable. After a lot of research, the P300 turned out to be the camera that best met my needs.

I've only had this for a couple of days, but here's what I like so far:

* Nice ergonomics. I enjoy holding and using the camera, which isn't something I can say about my previous P&S.
* Large, bright, sharp LCD
* A good mix of manual controls for when I want them and auto settings for when I don't.
* Macro closeups are excellent
* Low-light performance is generally good for a P&S, especially with the fast 1.8 lens.
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