So, you like to take holiday snaps, do ya? Wink, wink, nudge, nudge. We got ya. That's why we're here to undress the Nikon P6000 Compact Digital Camera, and take it out for a review.
Look below the cut for the written review from Attack of the Show.
What You Need to Know
- There are a lot more options on it since it's more of a "professional" point and shoot, which means there are a lot of buttons; these are all laid out like Nikon's more expensive cameras (D-60, D-90)
- For the GPS, you tell the camera how often to find its location (every 30 seconds up to two hours) and once it finds them, the camera geo-tags each photo with coordinates, but you have to use Nikon's software to see the actual location
- As for uploading to the internet, you just plug in an Ethernet cord to the bottom of the camera and give it an e-mail address and you can then upload to Nikon's My Picture Town site and it registers you automatically
- For anything in mid to low level lighting, you have to use the flash
- 79% (how do we rate gadgets?)