Nikon CoolPix P600 Review and The Crow Photography14:08
I settled for a 'crow' after I noticed how it was cawing frantically and doing what seemed unmistakably like 'exercise'. This crow was not one bit interested in the camera which was shooting it or the girl behind the camera. It was in its own world, scratching itself until eternity...
Photography is my new found hobby and luckily I got my hands on a camera which is perfect for wildlife photography, the Nikon P600 which has a massive zoom BUT don't go buying this camera after reading my little praise! The insides of this camera are NOT as sturdy as they look from the outside. The USB pin of this Cam broke within 6 months of its purchase and let me tell you, the Nikon service centers are PATHETIC. They wouldn't fix it even though it was well under warranty saying that it was 'accidental damage' and asked me 7000 bucks to get it fixed. I walked out of their service center the damaged cam in my hand and got it fixed for 2000 bucks from a local shop in Majestic! *sigh*
I haven't used this cam much after getting it fixed but when I browse through some of the images I have clicked through it, I feel like getting it out... soon.. soon. No doubt it captures beautiful pictures.. true to life ones!
So in a nutshell:Buy the Nikon Coolpix P600 if:
- You love wildlife photographay and are looking for a massive zoom feature in your camera. This camera is perfect for you in that case. Just be careful not to drop it or it's going to give you a hard time!
- You hate carrying bulky stuff while travelling, because this cam is REAL heavy!
- You are clumsy and tend to keep dropping your gadgets.
So, what you think about these clicks? Don't you think this crow looks a bit angry? Wonder what was up with it.. O_o