Nikon COOLPIX 5400 Digital Camera
Price Range:$298.99 to $299.99
The true beauty of the new COOLPIX 5400 is found in its world-renowned Nikkor optics, and its carefully selected suite of advanced... Read More
The true beauty of the new COOLPIX 5400 is found in its world-renowned Nikkor optics, and its carefully selected suite of advanced photographic functions, features and capabilities. The COOLPIX 5400 has been designed to help you capture all of the images you see around you, and those you've yet to imagine - faithfully, in brilliant color and striking clarity and detail. Grab a COOLPIX 5400 and prepare yourself for the photographic experience of a lifetime. Minimize
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Jan 3, 2004
Getting to know Nikon 5400
Pros: many features, easy to learn/use, high quality built, excellent photos, small size,battery life
Cons: no low light focus aid
I highly reccoment this camera for people who want something more than a simple point and shoot camera and for pros who want a simpler camera than their SLR Read More at Epinions.com
Oct 30, 2003
Nikon 5400 is the best travel camera
Pros: It is the world's lightest, most compact full featured digital camera for the serious amateur.
Cons: It is not the ideal snapshooter's camera for family photography.
The 5400 is unique among digicams in offering wide angle and total control in a pocket sized package. Results are excellent once you learn how to use it. Read More at Epinions.com
Feb 6, 2005
I Love My Nikon 5400!!!
Pros: Metal Body, Nikon quality, great pictures, manual mode, external flash opt, solid camera for money.
Cons: Heavy, big (but metal body), battery life average...otherwise for the money cant be beat! Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 22, 2005
Pros: Great photo quality, great colors,easy to use,strong construction.
Cons: Needs external flash at nightshots Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 12, 2004
Pros: High Quality Photos, easy to use. Detailed instructions
Cons: bit on the big side,not very compact Read More at Epinions.com
Oct 15, 2004
Nikon Coolpix 5400 in the field - durable, intuitive, ergonomic.
Pros: Good image quality for a digital camera, durable, intuitive, reasonably fast zoom.
Cons: Shutter lag, focusing could be faster, poor low light focusing, image quality could be better.
Recommended for its good feature set, durability, and reasonably good image quality. Advanced amateurs will probably also find everything they're looking for here. Read More at Epinions.com
Sep 28, 2003
Comparison and review of Nikon 5400
Pros: Wide angle lens. Excellent metering. Minimal artifacts. Good grip. Good software.
Cons: Bad low light focussing. Slow image processing. Small preview screen.
Wide angle lens and best images in the 5M prosumer class, little slow processing though. Massive range of features. Read More at Epinions.com
Sep 28, 2003
Tried it for a week and returned it
Pros: Cool design, very full featured, 15 scene modes
Cons: Image quality and performance not as good as I expected.
Nice piece of equipment, better than most in the 5 megapixel below $1000 class. I recommend it - but try before you buy, at $799 expected better from Nikon Read More at Epinions.com
Sep 23, 2003
A Camera for the Outdoors Man
Pros: Wide Angle Lens. Produces very rich, accurate colors. Small size, easy to tote around.
Cons: Dim light focus problem. ISO 400 has too much noise. No RAW file mode.
This camera is for someone who wants professional features in a camera, but doesn't want to spend 2 or 3 thousand dollars. Give it 4 1/2 stars. Read More at Epinions.com
Dec 6, 2003
SMALL SHARP EASY WIDE a flexible satisfying camera to use
Pros: Lightweight, great wide angle, feels good in the hand, sharp.
Cons: Slow to "write" image. No other problems!
Buy it for the wide lens. At this price, you can't beat the size, sharpness, and reliability. Read More at Epinions.com
Jul 11, 2003
Nikon CoolPix 5400: Decent camera but can it trump the competition?
Pros: Tons of features, decent battery life, excellent closeup macro ability, etc.
Cons: soft images, images less sharp than my Canon S50, slightly worse image than 5000
Solid camera overall but lacks punch that the competition adds. Maybe more improvements in 5 Megapixel CCD sensors have to come before expecting so much from prosumer 5MP cameras? Read More at Epinions.com