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Cached Nikon Coolpix P7000 pages

Here are the cached pages from the dpreview Nikon Coolpix P7000 leak I mentioned earlier today:

http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8&q=cache:http://www.dpreview.com/previews/nikonp7000/

http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8&q=cache:http://www.dpreview.com/previews/nikonp7000/page2.asp

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  • Jabs

    WOW, two pages – any more Administrator?

  • Doroga

    Galery page 5 with no pictures :)

  • Rahul

    Admin, You are Sherlock Holmes man!!

    • http://nikonrumors.com/ [NR] admin

      no, Doroga is the men – he posted the links in the comments section.

      • LGO

        Kudos Doroga! :-)

      • Doroga

        Admin, when i came directly to Nikonrumors.com – latest post i see is with p7000 supposed picture, to see these latest pages with dpreview leaks i need to go there from my RSS reader or google it.

        Full refresh or different browser does not help.

        • Doroga

          All is ok now.

          • http://nikonrumors.com/ [NR] admin

            yes, probably the page was cached

    • Rahul

      Google displayed dpreview’s P7000 page when I searched for http://www.dpreview.com/previews/nikonp7000, however it was not showing the ‘cached’ hyperlink in front of the search result. I wonder how you obtained the link of the cached pages.

      • Rahul

        Oh, Just read your reply. Thanks Doroga.

  • alvix

    yeah!
    you BIG Guys !! :)

  • TomasF

    I can’t believe they dropped the GPS which was in P6000 from the P7000. On top of what others have been pointing out, it’s becoming more and more clear that the G11 killer will be… the G12. Guess I waited for nothing :)

  • Nikkorian

    Ah well, at least Nikon is slowly catching up. Shall Canon have their G12 ahead of P7000… I wish, Nikon would place their next “P8000″ cam between the Canon and Panasonic models: more compact, dropping EVF (for a bright AMOLED screen), and staying with normal zoom range, starting at (equiv.) 24mm and going to somewhere between 70mm and 100mm but keeping the number of manual controls. I prefer a built-in flash for emergency, but like the possiblity of an external flash.

  • http://nikonrumors.com/ [NR] admin

    Ok, I lost my Internet connection at home. I will try to cover the announcement tonight from my iPhone, if not I will post updates tomorrow morning. Expect three new Coolpix cameras to be announced around midnight tonight (US Eastern time).

    • http://leafloose.org/ T1T4N1UM

      that can’t be too good, hopefully you can fix it soon.

    • http://www.robertbromfield.com Robert Bromfield

      You should tether you iPhone to you computer.
      @robertbromfield

      • http://nikonrumors.com/ [NR] admin

        I tried that with one of the apps and it did not work for me. Must try again.

    • stutee

      Let me guess. Austin. Time Warner Cable. Am I right?

      • http://nikonrumors.com/ [NR] admin

        No, Comcast :)
        I just got Internet access back, I hope it will stay.

    • gt

      You’ve been incredibly unlucky this announcement season

      • http://nikonrumors.com/ [NR] admin

        tell me about it, I think it’s a conspiracy :)

    • Mike

      Maybe Nikon finally figured out how to cut you off! ;-). But they underestimated the almighty iPhone! Muwahaha!

      • http://nikonrumors.com/ [NR] admin

        LOL!

        • Astrophotographer

          I have this image: in the bowels of Nikon marketing some lackey tell his boss “we attempted to silence NR but we foiled by an iphone.” Boss: “Curses! You have failed me.” Then trap door opens.

  • Adam

    CMOS SENSOR? OR CCD?? They List 2 different ones on the same page…

    Nikon Coolpix P7000 Key Features

    * 10MP CMOS sensor
    * 720p HD video recording with mic jack for external microphone
    * ISO 100-3200
    * RAW capture option (.NRW format) and NRW+JPEG (fine)
    * 7x zoom (28-200mm equivalent) f/2.8-5.6 with 2 ED elements and built-in ND filter
    * 3.0 inch 921k dot LCD screen
    * 4 Picture Control preset modes + custom mode
    * EXPEED C2 processor
    * Active D-Lighting
    * Electronic virtual horizon
    * HDMI output
    * Zoom memory function
    * i-TTL compatibility with Speedlight SB-400/600/800/900 flashguns
    * Dual IR recievers (front and rear) for wireless remote control ML-L3.

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/rhlpedrosa/ rhlpetrus

    DPR says CCD. I like the looks of it, I always preferred the Canon G line to the Nikon P line, I have the G9, pretty good handling.

    I wished they’d had a faaster and shorter range zoom, like LX5. Let’s see if lens and sensor perform well compared to G11 and LX5.

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/rhlpedrosa/ rhlpetrus

    What is this “low noise night mode” with ISO 400 to 12800? Some sort of multiple shots or binning?

    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/rhlpedrosa/ rhlpetrus

      Sensor is same size and pixel count as G11’s. Is Nikon using Canon’s sensor ;) ?

      • zzddrr

        I would not be surprised that Nikon would buy sensor from canon. Anyway Nikon cannot make its own sensor.

        Sony has 16mp sensor and that’s what we’ll get in the D7000.

        I am getting a bit disappoint about Nikon’s this year’s performance. 1 dslr with a sony sensor. Pehaps we can be happy because this became the new flagship for Nikon at least in the DX area. I am afraid Nikon will manage to screw up the DX segment the same way they did with the coolpix. I hope I am wrong.

        • King Of Swazilandc

          Any idiot with a design in hand, and millions of dollars to rent a semi-conductor fab can make any chip that that fab has the technology to etch. Nikon can, and has, made their own sensors (in a rented fab plant, obviously) before. Though it does seem like the D3100 & D7000 will be using the Sony chips, or at least based on the Sony chips (reference designs?).

      • http://davidandstella.wordpress.com/ David

        Most likely both using Sony sensor.
        Google this “ICX685CQZ”

        • zzddrr

          David, excellent catch. I did not know that. But this may explain why these companies don’t compete seriously.

  • http://www.robertbromfield.com Robert Bromfield

    I can’t till next week’s announcement!
    @robertbromfield

  • zzddrr

    so what will be the big nikon surprise? So far Nikon has not delivered anything noteworhty this year. (I mean for those who want a D700 replacement.)

    I am afraid this year’s photokina will be a big disappointment from Nikon and I guess this is the big surprise.

  • megafolie

    I can’t believe that they dropped the network port. This was the most interesting feature from the P6000 and now it is gone. What a shame. ;-)

    • zzddrr

      At least they did not manage to put a projector in it. :-)

      • megafolie

        Actually I would have prefer a direct print button. :-D

        • zzddrr

          Ok, let’s wait for at least for a nikon developed web browser or email. :-)

          Hey, if we keep our mouth shut then we can get at least an mp3 player. (and no need for speakers etc….)

  • zzddrr

    Latest News
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    ◦MELVILLE, NY (September 8, 2010) – Integrating stylish design with intuitive operation, Nikon Inc. introduces the new COOLPIX S80, equipped with a beautifully bright 3.5-inch ultra high resolution organic LED (OLED) touch screen with an enhanced interface for a…
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    ◦The S8100’s Compact Design Includes 12.1 MP CMOS Sensor to Capture Amazing Photos Up To 10 FPS MELVILLE, NY (September 8, 2010) – Nikon Inc. today announced the COOLPIX S8100, which offers a 12.1-megapixel backside illumination CMOS sensor to…
    September 7, 2010
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    ◦New COOLPIX Camera Gives Enthusiasts Full Manual Controls and Superior NIKKOR Optics in Addition to Advanced Photo and Video Features in a Package That Evokes SLR Familiarity MELVILLE, NY (September 8, 2010) – With advanced functions and features similar…

    http://press.nikonusa.com/

    no surprises than you nikon!

  • deBaemm

    images are online now on dpreview :D

  • zzddrr

    Nikon, stop throwing more crap at us. It is getting embarrassing with these crappy coolpix and 1 dslr.

  • Kevin
  • zzddrr

    and most importantly all of these crap will be available in a choice of stylish colors including red, black, blue, pink, gold and silver/brown. :-)

    I guess now we know the big Nikon surprise. F**k, finally we have pink!!!! This will go very well with the new a-hole nikon president’s fairy tales. :-)

  • DSLRMania

    Well, at least it has a nice pop-up flash built-in

  • jdsl
  • bob

    Why did DPReview take this down??? Is there supposed to be a media embargo until the announcement is made?

  • http://haroldellis4444@gmail.com Harold

    boy yawn boy

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