Nikon Coolpix P530 Review

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Nikon Coolpix P530 Review

 Bridge cameras such as Nikon's P530 get lumped in with the compact camera category, which can seem a little odd when you consider their overall body size. Offering a huge zoom range, and generally full manual control, one of the reasons bridge cameras find themselves in this category is down to their small sensor size.

The P530's 16 million-pixel CMOS sensor is just 1/2.3 inches in size, making it much smaller than a DSLR's. It's also a reduction in resolution from the P520, which featured an 18 million-pixel device. It seems that Nikon has simplified the P530 when comparing it with its natural predecessor, the P520, making this a more budget offering. For those looking to spend a little more money, the P600 now exists, with a huge 60x optical zoom.

While the P530 features the same 0.2 inch, 201,000 dot electronic viewfinder as the P520, the screen is now fixed, remaining at 921,000 dots, but losing the full articulation of its predecessor's screen. What has also stayed the same is the 42x optical zoom, which gives an equivalent of 24-1000mm in 35mm terms, making it useful for a wide variety of subjects.....read more
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