|07-16-2007, 09:58 AM||#1|
Join Date: Jan 2006
Location: Bocaygeon, Ontario
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Nikon Coolpix 5700
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The Nikon 5700 was one of the best digital cameras available when it came on the market, and I bought mine new at that time -- 4 years ago.
The camera's main features include 5 Megapixel CCD imager and a full 8X Optical Zoom.
I've moved on to a new Nikon SLR and so am selling this one for a small fraction of the $1,400 (Cdn) I paid for it four years ago.
A complete review of the Camera is available on the web at "Steve's Digicams" and following is the link for the Conclusions page of that review: http://www.steves-digicams.com/2002_...n5700_pg6.html
If you want to see more of Steve's Review, click on the "Select review Page) button at the top left of the Conclusions page.
My 5700 includes: the instruction manual, two batteries (one used as a spare), the battery charger, the USB to camera connection cord, and two CF Cards, one 32 MB, and the other 256 MB.
Also included is a well used but perfectly good "Lowe Pro" camera bag.
There is one minor problem -- sometimes the built in pop up flash will not stay down. I simply put a rubber band around the lens barrel over the top of the flash and then remove it when I actually want to use the flash.
This is an excellent camera, but I wanted an SLR and so the 5700 is for sale for $ 375.00 shipped anywhere in Canada (and I paid $ 1,400 a few years ago --
If you want more information just PM me. If you want samples of picture's I have taken with it, send me your e-mail address and I'll forward you some.
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