Nikon Coolpix 5700

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Nikon Coolpix 5700
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Overview
TypeBridge digital camera
Lens
Lens8× Zoom-Nikkor ED lens (35-280mm equivalent zoom range)
Sensor/medium
SensorCCD
Maximum resolution2560×1920 (5 million)
ASA/ISO range100 - 800
StorageCompact Flash
Focusing
Focus modesManual, Automatic, and Center-only. Single shot AF or Continuous AF
Focus areas5 zone selectab le
Exposure/metering
Exposure modesAutomatic, Programmed Auto, Manual, Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority
Metering modesSpot, Spot AF Area, Center Weighted, 256 Segment Matrix
Flash
FlashBuilt-in Speedlight with hotshoe
Shutter
Shutter speed range1/4000-second to 8 seconds, 5 minute Bulb mode
Viewfinder
ViewfinderElectronic viewfinder
Image processing
Custom WBAutomatic, Incandescent, Fluorescent, Daylight, Speedlight, Cloudy, Shade, Preset (Custom). Fine tunable.
General
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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