Nikon P3 - Auto focus and Macro|
According to Yin Wong: "The Nikon Coolpix P3' AF is fast and works very well, even in low-light conditions. In extreme low-light, the Auto focus (AF) Illuminator automatically (if you've set it on in the menu) kicks in to help achieve focus. One thing we've noticed is that the AF Illuminator is placed quite high in relation to the lens and is not able to light up a subject at close macro range, so you might have some problem achieving focus lock in very close macro range in low-light".
Nikon Coolpix P3 compact camera - Wi-Fi communication
Yin Wong continues: "It was easy to install the wireless software on my Wi-Fi equipped laptop. Once this is accomplished, all you have to do to transfer images from the camera to PC is rotate the Mode Dial to Wireless Transfer (the blue symbol), turn on the camera, and press OK. The feeling of euphoria that you get from realizing that you do not need to use any cables anymore cannot be quite easily described! The Nikon P3 is just packed-full of practical features like VR that actually help you take better pictures and built-in Wi-Fi technology that increases the enjoyment of using the camera. You want to learn more about the Nikon Coolpix camera? Continue to read the Nikon Coolpix P3 review at Photoxels.
Photoxels was founded in 2002 by MyKhanh Wong (Owner, Editor) and Yin Wong (Contributing Editor), the editors behind Photoxels. In 2001, we went on the Web to learn about digital cameras like everyone else. But it seems that the more we read about digital cameras, the more reviews we scrutinized, and the more we searched... the more confused we became. If we were somewhat confused about which digital cameras to buy before visiting the digital camera review sites, we became even more confused after reading most of the (very) technical reviews. Slowly, one article and one review at a time, we pieced together what were really important to know about digital cameras and clarified many of the digital photography-related terminology. We decided to share what we learned on the Internet, and Photoxels was born.