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When the Nikon Coolpix 8400 was released, it became the widest lens SLR-like digicam on the market. It offers an eight megapixel output resolution with a full array of exposure modes from full auto to manual. It has a twist and flip LCD monitor design and a high resolution electronic viewfinder. The 8400 is packed with features such as 15 preset Scene modes, BSS (Best Shot Selector), Ultra HS shooting mode, and much more. In our review, we discovered that it offers a good amount to its users. It is capable of producing high quality images with exceptional color reproduction. The 8400 can record JPEG images with low compression that are free from JPEG artifacts. In addition, it offers TIFF and RAW recording options. In our review, we found that there are several strengths and weaknesses in regard to image quality. Read on for a full review of this feature-packed, wide angle digicam.

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  • pigdog - Wednesday, January 12, 2005 - link

    The return of the hairy hand! Reply
  • ShinGouki - Wednesday, January 12, 2005 - link

    Oops I've noticed its Mr Caston that is the author of the review sorry for the mistaken identity. Reply
  • ShinGouki - Wednesday, January 12, 2005 - link

    That you playing the guitar in those clips Anand?

    Don't suppose there's any hope you feel like starting a section on consumer to semi pro level audio recording hardware / software eg M-audio Audiophile or Terratecs DMX fire type cards not that Creative rubbish. Be nice to have anandtech quality reviews on that type of product and who knows might even cause them to release less buggy drivers if they are under more scrutiny.

    *sorry for being totally off topic :), in other news its nice to see you continue with the camera reviews*

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