Nikon Coolpix 5700

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Nikon Coolpix 5700
TypeBridge digital camera
Lens8× Zoom-Nikkor ED lens (35-280mm equivalent zoom range)
Maximum resolution2560×1920 (5 million)
ASA/ISO range100 - 800
StorageCompact Flash
Focus modesManual, Automatic, and Center-only. Single shot AF or Continuous AF
Focus areas5 zone selectab le
Exposure modesAutomatic, Programmed Auto, Manual, Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority
Metering modesSpot, Spot AF Area, Center Weighted, 256 Segment Matrix
FlashBuilt-in Speedlight with hotshoe
Shutter speed range1/4000-second to 8 seconds, 5 minute Bulb mode
ViewfinderElectronic viewfinder
Image processing
Custom WBAutomatic, Incandescent, Fluorescent, Daylight, Speedlight, Cloudy, Shade, Preset (Custom). Fine tunable.
Rear LCD monitor1.5", 111,000 pixels with swivel design
BatteryEN-EL1 Li-ion
Weight512g (18.1oz)

The Nikon Coolpix 5700 is a 2002 bridge digital camera manufactured and distributed by Nikon, succeeded by the Coolpix 8700, now both discontinued.

A large zoom lens, a magnesium body, and other features make the 5700 unusual for a bridge camera, and it is very different from the later Coolpix cameras. Despite the solid construction, these cameras suffer from unprovoked sensor failure, a common problem for which Nikon has issued a service advisory. This was the last of the Nikon Coolpix series to use the CYGM colour filter. The camera is capable of RAW output with 12-bits of precision.

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