Nikon Coolpix P1 Video
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Nikon Coolpix P1 Review
The good: Wi-Fi transfer and printing; very good image quality; many customizable image parameters.
The bad: Sluggish performance; limited manual-exposure control; can't e-mail images or post them to the Web via Wi-Fi.
The bottom line: The Nikon Coolpix P1's good image quality offsets its novel but limited Wi-Fi capabilities.
Nikon Coolpix P1 Specs
Manufacturer: Nikon Inc.
Part number: 25534
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