• Review: Nikon Coolpix P7000

    Short Version: It’s no secret that I love photography. I’m also very attached to my DSLR. I rarely leave the house without it and consider it to be an important part of my life. That being said, I’ve found something that makes me leave my DSLR at home. I’ve finally found a camera that’s small enough to slip into a pocket but still has the features and qualities… Read More

  • First Look: Nikon CoolPix P7000

    Nikon announced their new CoolPix P7000 point and shoot on September 8th, and we’ve been waiting to get a review unit ever since. We still don’t have access to a unit that I can fully review; however, I’m currently at the Albuquerque Balloon festival with Nikon, and have had a chance to take a pretty close look at their newest power-P&S. First impression: I like it. Read More

  • Hands-Off Comparison: Nikon D7000 And P7000 Vs. Canon 60D And G12

    Canon and Nikon, the photography world’s Hatfields and McCoys, have both recently released new DSLRs and compact manuals. While all of them are certainly excellent cameras, they’re clearly gunning for each other and a quick perusal of all their specs seems in order. Read More

  • Nikon Coolpix P7000 Looks Like A P&S, Controls Like A DSLR

    We speculated this morning that the new Nikon P7000 was going to be a G11 fighter, and now that we have the official specifications it certainly appears that is the case. Read More

  • Early Hands-On Of The Nikon P7000 Leaks Out, Reported As A Canon G11 Fighter

    The Canon G series has been a fan favorite. The cameras in that series constantly offer near-DSLR performance in a compact size, but Nikon has so far not been able to produce such a product. The upcoming P7000 seems to be worthy of the title of G series fighter. Nikon has yet to announce the pocket cam, but DPreview got an earlier look at the cam and apparently published and then pulled… Read More

  • Epson rolls out 4-inch high-res photo viewers

    Epson Imaging today announced the P-7000, a photo viewer with a 160-Gbyte HDD, which holds RAW data of about 9,000 shots from a 10 megapixel resolution digital camera. The low-temperature polysilicon (LTPS) TFT LCD displays 16,770k colors (200 ppi), supports SD/CF (Type II) cards and is equipped with two USB 2.0 ports. Users will have to wait only for 1.5 seconds to see a 10 megapixel JPEG file… Read More