Nikon CoolPix 5700 Discussion
See the Imaging Resource's review for the Nikon CoolPix 5700 here...

Comments (16)

Does someone know when Nikon 5700 is being launched??? Thats the big question, but looks like no one bothered to highlight that little info? Thanks for the excellent review though. Very helpful!..

Comment #1

I have read it will be available in July....think Steve's is where I saw that. I downloaded photos from Nikon-Japan & they look wonderful...

Comment #2

On photo. net it was stated the launch is scheduled for July 02...

Comment #3

Yes, thanks for the review on the Nikon 5700. I am skeptical about the EVF feature added to this camera. Can anyone teel me if this feature is someting you can choose to turn on and off or is it the only viewfinder option?..

Comment #4

Who can tell me which is the best: Nikon CoolPix 5700 or Minolta Dimage 7i ?

Comment #5

Do not count on the availability of ANY Nikon peripheral devices or support for Nikon digicams. Even though I own all Nikon stuff and generall support Nikon strongly, I must say that Nikon's support has been ZERO for the CP 5000. It has been almost a year now, and I have been unable to get lens adapter, battery pack, etc., either online or via my local retail Nikon dealer. And Nikon's direct response has been "not yet available" even though the producte were announced a year ago, and now the successor to the CP 5000 has benn announced. Very poor performance by Nikon - do not buy Nikon digicams if you will be dependent on any peripheral equipment unless you first get the peripheral equipment...

Comment #6

Does anyone have an idea how much the Nikon Coolpix 5700 will cost?.

And, has anyone heard when Nikon will start shipping the D100?.



Comment #7

No idea on the price but Nikon's website specifies July for the rollout as someone has stated before. One detail though that was different in the review from the specs from Nikon - the movie mode can only take up to 1 min of video. The review said 'as long as there's memory...', which one is it? Maybe the prototype didn't have the 1 min limit? Or is Nikon just downplaying some of it's features, as I've sometimes be plesantly surprised to find out? Thanks! paul..

Comment #8

A head to head, user competition, evaluation in a variety of both controlled situations, like the usual picture comparisons, and a photogrpaher on the street shooting opportunity shots, say some sports or other moving targets, etc.. I like the idea of comparing to the Dimage 7i and Sony 707, etc. A subjective evaluation or similar features like focus tracking , shot time, viewfinders, etc. How about taking them to a zoo, a park with amateur sports, etc. That 200+ zoom range really starts to reach out and hint at usability in those arenas! Is this one going to relegate my Maxxum 5 with 28-105 and 75-300 zooms and Supra 400 to the scrap heap?..

Comment #9

I strongly dislike digital cameras without lens threads for filters. While Sony's DSC-F707 and Minolta's DiMAGE 7 (and 7i) already have threads built in, Nikon chose to leave the front optical element vulnerable to scratches. For this reason alone I'll wait till an improved threaded model comes along...

Comment #10

The Nikon website shows the number 162,000. If that's the price in Yen, that's about $1300 US...

Comment #11

That's rediculous, for roughly $400 more you can get the D100 when it comes out. I've never really been a fan of Nikon digicams (with the exception of the CP 995), and I always thought they overpriced everything. I think I will still prefer the DiMage 7/7i over this one...

Comment #12

Go to & search for Cool pix 5700. I don't know if these are per-in stock prices but they're not bad.,6902,,00.html?nFormID=0&id=114249793&key word=coolpix&Min_price=0&Max_price=0&MANUFACTER_ID=0&SortBy=0&header=&result_id=&Total_Count=&org_kw=&act_kw=&IsPrd=0&GSID={24F6BF2C-407C-4024-9489-E79F2D929E96} It looks like it's going to go for a bit above $1100 or so. If you decide to go for a D100 you still have to get a lens (or more). If you want to go the SLR route the D100 is the one to get. If size is an issue the 5700 or the 4500 is a good bet. JH..

Comment #13

Hi, I just saw the 2 machines in Hong Kong. 5700 - USD $1013.

D100 - USD $2180 I didn't realize that the 5700 was so small!!..

Comment #14

I understand the difference between a CYGM CCD and a GRAB CCD I'd like to hear what the Nikon's CYGM CCD will do to my image quality. Every where you look there is advice on how to shoot with a GRGB but nothing I the CYGM. I can find nothing on if the CYGM is better or what to watch out for when using it. Please Help...

Comment #15

1195.00 Published list ... this is from Nikon USA..

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