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Nikon Coolpix P7700 Digital Camera in Black

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The Nikon Coolpix P7700 is a fast, responsive creative camera with a large extra-sensitive CMOS chip and fine optics. There are auto, custom and manual controls plus the ability to record in RAW format.

Bright, Sharp 7.1x Lens
The 7.1x Nikkor zoom lens on the Coolpix P7700 has a wide f/2.0 – f/4.0 maximum aperture ideal for low light and soft focus backgrounds. The 28-200mm equivalent focal length covers just about every eventuality in normal shooting and it includes two ED elements for low chromatic aberration (ie reduced colour distortion). As well as this there is a Neutral Density filter built-in for allowing longer exposures and a 7-blade rounded aperture which gives a pleasing smoothness to out-of-focus areas. This lens features a Lens Shift VR system (Vibration Reduction) which physically corrects camera shake and gives approximately 4 stops more to play with – especially useful at long zoom settings and in dim conditions.

Extra Bright Sensor
The large 12-megapixel CMOS sensor is 1/1.7” in size and is a backlit design which gathers roughly double the amount of light compared with a standard CMOS. This in combination with the EXPEED C2 processor allows ISO sensitivity up to 6400 (equivalent) using Hi1 setting.

Large Rotating Monitor
The 3-inch Vari-angle monitor on the Coolpix P7700 is a detailed 921,000-dot design with a wide viewing angle and anti-reflective coating, ideal for outdoors. It offers 100% RGB colour reproduction with a high contrast ratio so it can even be viewed in bright sunlight.

Creative Options
As well as having straightforward auto modes this is an enthusiasts’ camera with RAW file shooting and manual mode, plus P/S/A modes with three user modes for preferred settings and 2x custom function buttons. You can also adjust the vividness of colour before shooting, even in RAW format.

Full HD Movie Features
The Coolpix P7700 records movies in Full HD 1080p quality with stereo sound and optical zoom. Includes a Custom Movie Mode for controlling ISO, aperture and other settings during recording. There is even an external microphone input for improved or more directional sound quality.

Additional Features
  • Front and Rear Command Dials
  • Quick Startup, fast AF and easy switching between modes
  • Up to max 8fps continuous shooting for up to approx 6 frames
  • Special Effects such as painting, filters such as Selective Colour
  • Accepts Nikon Speedlights incorporating the Nikon Creative Lighting System making it compatible with multiple flash systems
  • Eye-Fi X2 and later compatible


  • Touchscreen: No
  • Charger Included: Yes
  • HD Compatible: Yes
  • GPS: Optional Upgrade
  • Battery Compatibility Fitting: Nikon EN-EL14
  • Colour: Black
  • Remote Compatibility Type: Nikon ML-L3, Nikon MC-DC2
  • Optical Zoom Banding: 6-9.9x
  • Bag/Case size (not supplied): Kata DF-404 DL, Nat Geo Africa Vertical Pouch, Apex 60 AW
  • Wi-Fi connectivity for Compacts: No
  • Megapixel Banding: 12 to 12.9 Megapixels
  • Maximum Image Resolution: 4000 x 3000 pixels
  • Optical Zoom: 7.1x
  • Lens: Zoom
  • Digital Zoom: 4x
  • Focal Length (35mm equiv) for Digital Compact Cameras/Lenses: 28-200mm
  • Macro (cm): 2cm
  • Storage for Digital Compacts: SDXC, On board, SD Card, SDHC
  • Internal Memory: 85MB
  • Connection Type: HDMI, USB 2.0
  • Monitor Size: 3.0"
  • Optical Viewfinder: No
  • Electronic Viewfinder (EVF): No
  • Built-in Flash: Yes
  • Audio Recording: Yes
  • Burst Mode: Yes
  • Image Sensor : 1/1.7 inch
  • Exposure Compensation: Yes
  • Filter Thread: None
  • Movie Mode: Yes
  • Video Out: HD Component, PAL, NTSC
  • Tripod Thread: Yes
  • Dimensions (WxHxD): 118.5 x 72.5 x 50.4mm
  • Weight (g): 392

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