|I've always got the P500 handy|
|Nikon Coolpix P500|
|I like seeing individual feathers|
|I was 250m away for this shot|
|This photo was cropped a bit, but I wasn't using the zoom.|
|This photo and the one above were taken from the same place on the boardwalk. For this photo, I used a lot of zoom, cropped the image to frame it and the end result looks crisp enough for online viewing.|
|I used the Dusk/Dawn setting for this shot|
Here's an example of video from the Aquarium in San Sebastien, Spain. It looks like Blogger processed some of the definition out of it, but its still pretty vibrant.
|Dead batteries at remote sites suck|
One of the new settings that I've made frequent use of is the Easy Panorama feature. You just point the camera and turn through 180 or 360 degrees and the camera takes a continuous panorama around you. Its quick and fast. If you want a higher resolution photo, the Panorama Assist option is still there to help you take pictures in sequence that can be stitched together later.
|The harbour at San Sebastien, shot using Easy Panorama|
|Baby Snowy Owl|
|It works on small stuff, too.|
1: Lori White
2-10, video: Tim Rast