Uncompromising creative portability
On the road? Your passion for photography goes hand-in-hand with the COOLPIX P7100. Versatility, performance, speed—get amazing photos and movies with intense detail, thanks to a large 10.1-MP, 1/1.7” CCD sensor and Nikon’s superior image technology.
$479.95*MSRPMSRP (Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price) listed only as a suggestion. Actual prices are set by dealers and are subject to change at any time.
- AN-CP21 Strap
- UC-E6 USB Cable
- EG-CP16 Audio/Video Cable
- EN-EL14 Rechargeable Li-ion Battery
- MH-24 Battery Charger
- NikonView NX 2 CD-ROM
- Reference Manual CD
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Awesome point and shoot camera This camera is great. It is exactly what I want. I don't want to carry around a big SLR or a bunch of lenses and equipment. I just want something that is small enough to take everywhere, and that will take great pictures. This camera does that. It gives me all the flexibility I need with almost all of the adjustments you get in an SLR. July 6, 2012
fantastic camera My CoolPix 7100 does everything and more than my non -Nikon D SLR does. I love the light weight, compact design, easy to change settings. The zoom saves lugging extra lenses and the view finder is a necessity when the sun is very bright. I especially like the flash switch...so easy to use without going to a menu . The same can be said for changing Quality settings. This is my first Nikon and I am extremely pleased with my new purchase. June 18, 2012
Its a Nikon, say no more! I purchased the Nikon P7100 because of the larger sensor and extensive manual features. I have had the camera now for close to a month and could not be happier with the overall performance. I upgraded from a 12.2 mega pixel point and shoot and I can say the dynamic range of both contrast and colors with this Nikon P7100 camera are outstanding. I have been working with all the features and noticed the controls for these features are very easy to access with all the function buttons on this camera. My passion is macro photography and this P7100 does a very nice job, no complaints. The tilting display makes it very nice to shoot at all angles, a must for macro. The low light capabilities are also a plus, thanks to the larger sensor and wide angle lense. Oh and did I mention the lens? Well it is Nikkor glass, thats what defines a Nikon and this P7100 is truly Nikon all the way. I could go on and on about the features but it is easier to just say if you are looking to upgrade to an advanced point and shoot with extensive manual controls then do not hesitate to purchase a Nikon P7100, you will not be disappointed. . June 2, 2012
Great features in a nice compact camera As a long time Nikon DSLR shooter, I was getting tired of hauling the big dslr & its lenses around all the time, especially on short trips, so I went looking for an advanced compact camera to provide most of what my dslr does without the weight. The other requirement was no lens changes. The P7100 meets those requirements plus brings more options than I had even thought about. Fairly steep learning curve; got David Busch's guide to help. Just one week into the new camera; the pictures are great & it is so much fun to shoot with! May 24, 2012
Quality Product Improved over P7000 - Faster, better white balance and color rendition (better than primary competition). Great battery life. Good feature set. Good build quality. Reliability to be determined. Expected to be good based on previous Nikon experience. Could benefit from UV haze filter and Polarizing filter. Quick disconnect neck strap would improve versatility. April 19, 2012
Digital Imaging Gear of the Year 2011Here's How magazine's website announced its Digital Imaging Gear of the Year 2011, honoring the Nikon COOLPIX P7100. Editor Peter Burian said that the camera offers a full selection of features in a compact body. He noted that improvements over its predecessor include a new front dial, additional special effects modes, better noise reduction and greater responsiveness. In describing the P7100, Burian said, "This is the type of camera that pros carry during their free time so they won't miss great photo opportunities."