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?

Product Overview

Overall rating:


Nikon Coolpix P6000

Overall score:88%
Image Quality:85%


  • Ergonomics and handling, fringing control, grip


  • Detail hampered by noise, underexposure, over-processed images


Nikon Coolpix P6000 Review


Price as reviewed:


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.

  1. 1. Introduction
  2. 2. Features
  3. 3. Design
  4. 4. Performance
  5. 5. Image Quality
  6. 6. Value for Money
  7. 7. Verdict
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