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    Valent Turkovic

    Is vibration reduction (VR) really rubbish on Nikon B700 when compared to previous model Nikon P610 as this Amazon reviewer clamims it is: https://www.amazon.com/review/R25V3P0VQYCN36/ref=cm_cr_dp_title?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B01C3LE44G&channel=detail-glance&nodeID=502394&store=photo

    More 4 days ago
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    Vivienne Frankel

    I have two Nikon cameras with Wi-Fi. P600 and S9500. When I try to use the Nikon App to download photos it constantly freezes up. Is there another App I can use that will work better?

    More 13 days ago
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    Rob Le Page

    I have used many cameras since 1967 in a hobby and professional capacity for a variety of uses, and have had good results, then from 2005 onwards moved to the digital camera era with some lovely cameras and lovely results. The previous lovely results from previous cameras have changed, and I have now turned this weekend to fantastic results since acquiring the new Nikon Coolpix A900 (silver). Comfortable to handle, easy to understand instructions, marvelous results in all settings including low light, wide angle, zoom etc. on still shots. Excellent colour, pin sharp. Next weekend will be trying the HD and 4K video.

    More about 1 month ago
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      Hillary Grigonis

      Thanks for you input Rob! Camera technology has come a long way and this Nikon looks to be an excellent option!

      More about 1 month ago
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        Rob Le Page

        Hi Hillary, Can I add that I have since taken 200+ photos with the Nikon A900 in six days including internal lecture photos with and without flash, sunrise and sunsets, airport shots under the apron lighting, flower and other close ups, building site photos and I have not been disappointed yet. I have done a photo shoot of a subject starting from wide angle then zooming to max Optical equivelant to circa 840mm then on tripod to equivelant to circa 1680mm with excellent results. I am impressed.

        More 30 days ago