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The camera can capture images in RAW format, but RAW decoding is only possible on a Windows OS PC.

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The Nikon Coolpix P6000, announced in August 2008, has a high-resolution 13.5 megapixel CCD sensor and a 4x Nikkor zoom lens with a maximum width of 28mm (moderate wide-angle). The camera can capture images in RAW format, but RAW decoding is only possible on a Windows OS PC, which has caused vocal disappointment among photography enthusiasts. Optical image stabilization, scene modes and a manual exposure mode to set shutter speed and aperture at the user's choice offer simple point-and-shoot or more sophisticated image control. A built-in GPS can record location coordinates forgeo-tagging photographs, an unusual feature not found on many digital cameras.

Features:
  • 13.5 megapixel CCD sensor
  • 4x optical zoom lens
  • JPG and RAW image format (RAW processing requires Windows OS)
  • built-in GPS records location for geotagging
  • optical image stabilization
  • optical viewfinder
  • 28mm wide angle
  • manual exposure mode
  • scene modes
  • wireless control of external flash (flash unit not included with camera)
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Spencer
09/27/2010 01:42

Nikon Coolpix P6000 - I purchased one of these cameras in Jan 2010. Took the camera on holiday to Japan and we noticed the shots were over exposed. Try to get it repaired in Japan no joy as we didn't have the warranty card or invoice. Returned home and it took two weeks to get it repaired. Poor camera, poor service.

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