The Nikon P6000 is a high-end compact with a wideangle 28-12mm lens, 13MP, and new features including Raw shooting and GPS, so how does it perform?
Value for Money
The P6000’s street price is just over £300, which means it goes up against many other enthusiasts’ compacts such as the Panasonic LX3, and Canon G10.
Of course, most entry-level DSLRs can be had for around the same price, though the P 6000 strikes a balance between image quality and portability – and it does so very well indeed.
The P6000 does have a great many features that may find themselves useful, even when the hit-and-miss GPS system isn’t taken into account, so it’s fairly good value.