Nikon P7700 camera price drop

Nikon Coolpix P7700

The price of the compact Nikon Coolpix P7700 camera went down 14% three months after its announcement - currently listed for $426.95 - down $72 from the original price of $500.

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  • nikkor guy

    Finally, this may actually be a good camera to carry everyday instead of luggin the D600 around.

  • Bernard

    The “lack of viewfinder effect ” ?… I wonder…

    • HotDuckZ

      Why people still want that useless viewfinder? Thank.

      • Spy Black

        Because when you’re in a bright environment and can’t see the screen, it’s hard to shoot. Obviously you either haven’t been in this situation, or you don’t even own such a camera.

        • bernard

          +1 !

          • Spy Black

            Do you own one of these? I doubt it.

            • Walkthru


        • HotDuckZ

          Sorry but I think today LCD is better than tunnel technology.

  • RamesesThe2nd

    P&S cameras even at $400 are insanely expensive. In a year, these cameras lose half their value (Canon S100 was on sale last weekend for $229). To be competitive, P&S cameras have to show IQ better than camera phones and be around $200. Only camera enthusiasts buy a newer camera every years merely based on technical specs.

    • Walkthru

      This is a little bit more than just a simple P&S camera Rameses. These would outdo any phone camera going. Canon’s equivalent is the G1x, not the S100.

  • Mansgame

    I wouldn’t mind having this camera but after spending 8 grand on the D600 along with the lenses and other things, I have to draw the line somewhere. The sync speed is nice too. For now, the D600 and 50mm 1.4D has to be my “point and shoot”. Maybe the D90 for rainy weather.

  • Zorro

    If this camera had the EVF from the Nikon 1 V1/V2, I’d buy one immediately even without the price drop. I simply won’t buy a camera without an accurate eye-level viewfinder.

  • John Henry

    12.2 MP just isn’t all that special anymore for a premium enthusiast point and shoot, especially when Sony has broken the 20MP barrier with its very well received small camera and Fujifilm is making retro-inspired enthusiast cameras that are also well received. I have the P7000, which does well the things I like about Nikon, especially macro, but the autofocus is just not close to the standard expected in the category. I don’t use the OVF all that much, so leaving it off is fine, but this camera just hasn’t met the standard required of this category, especially for the price. BTW, I see now the big NYC shop has lowered the price to $389. That says blowout before a new camera.

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