Network and Wireless Cards


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Most new WiFi gear supports the higher-speed G standard, but there’s a lot of older “b” hardware out there. The Nikon Coolpix P1 goes quite a bit beyond the simple pre-flash red-eye reduction approach though, as it also incorporates special software inside the camera that can look for and remove red-eye before it saves the images to the memory card. The Coolpix P1 had a little trouble with the deliberately harsh lighting in the test above, producing very high contrast with washed-out highlights and deep shadows. All in all, a pretty nice little package, and the P1’s images were first rate too. The Memory card releases with a downward press. The nav disk has a separate button in the middle for accepting selections, a solution that is easier than trying to press in the entire disk as we’ve seen in other cameras. It’s also Wireless G rather than Wireless B like Kodak , so connecting it to a wireless network won’t degrade network performance [applause].

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Coolpic selecting the network, you’ll see a screen that says “Connecting to the network,” while the camera searches for the network you’ve chosen. On the opposite side of the camera is the slightly bulging wireless antenna with a blue LED to indicate transfer activity.

These days, – MB is a good trade-off between cost and capacity. Cycle time shot to shot.

Our random “Gallery” shots showed very pleasing color across a wide variety of subjects. We then discovered that our Apple Airport routers supported variable-length keys, which apparently aren’t the standard for WEP networks.

T54 LG Electronics Inc. While I don’t have a standardized colpix test for whatever reason, our eyes here at IR just don’t seem very prone to redeyeI can attest that the P1’s system does indeed seem to remove red-eye very well when it’s enabled, vs when it’s disabled. Our test lighting for this shot is a mixture of 60 and watt household incandescent bulb, a pretty yellow light source, but a very common one in typical home settings here in the US.


Pressing the zoom control in the telephoto direction zooms in as much as 10x on the subject, handy for checking image details and focus.

The Coolpix P1 had a little trouble with the deliberately harsh lighting in the test above, producing very high contrast with washed-out highlights and deep shadows. Finally, L1 mode displays thumbnails of all the images on the camera’s memory card in the Transfer application’s window, letting you select which ones you want to copy over, controlling the transfer process from the computer.

All these functions are easy to implement, too. Its unique WiFi image transfer abilities not only make it more convenient to off-load images, they also permit a unique “live slide show” capability that should be great for pp, weddings, etc.

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Instruction manuals and registration kit. Standard Macro Macro with Flash The Coolpix P1’s macro setting performs well, capturing a very small minimum area of 1. Hair With plenty of light at low ISO, the P1’s noise suppression holds on to subtle detail unusually well.

In Playback mode, the “W” button activates the index image display mode, while the “T” button controls digital enlargement of the captured image.

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Macro A very small macro area with good detail and high resolution. But there’s no optical viewfinder, the flash has been repositioned, and the LCD has grown to 2.

Now, an international group This option struck cpolpix as potentially being the most fun, as you could leave a slide show running on a laptop at a table at a party, with images being added to it in real time as the affair progressed.

Pressing the Menu button displays the following options:. This is what most consumers do, even thought it’s not cooopix good idea to leave your WiFi networks open to anyone who happens by.

The screen shot above shows the Transfer window. Slightly taller than a credit card just about as wideand a little under an inch and pp1 half thick, the Nikon P1 is designed to fit nicely into shirt pockets and small purses, perfect for travelers. The information overlay can also be made to automatically disappear after a few seconds of inactivity.


This mode does slow the shot to shot cycle times of the P1 substantially though, because the camera makes you wait until pp transfer is complete before letting you snap the next picture.

In “real life” though, be sure to use fill flash in situations like the one shown p it’s better to shoot in the shade when possible.

Your mileage may vary of course, depending on what you have talking to the P1 on the other end. At ISO noise became significant, but there was much less falloff in sharpness than we’re accustomed to seeing.

While the P1 was indeed fairly easy to set up when dealing with a simple, unprotected network, we did encounter our fair share of hiccups as we experimented with the camera. If we were connecting in “Infrastructure” mode, through an existing access node, the information to be input would be exactly the same as above, with the exception of colpix number. Easy Transfer simply copies all the images from the camera’s memory card onto the host computer, while Shooting Date, Marked Images, and Selected Images let you transfer some of the images selectively.

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The camera also warns you when it thinks the image might become blurred by camera shake when it’s forced to use a slow shutter speed, by flashing a red “jiggling hand” icon. PhotoRescue is about p best and easiest tool for recovering digital photos I’ve seen. In Record mode, the arrow keys control specific exposure features.