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    P900, p950, p1000

    P900, p950, p1000
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    Re: P900, p950, p1000

    I have a Facebook friend who recently purchased the P950 as an upgrade from the P1000. I don't know if it's simply the settings changes, but the clarity of her photos is greatly improved (I don't think she does much, if any, post processing). The P950 doesn't come with a paper copy of the user manual although a PDF is available to download.
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    Re: P900, p950, p1000

    Quote Originally Posted by hark View Post
    I have a Facebook friend who recently purchased the P950 as an upgrade from the P1000. I don't know if it's simply the settings changes, but the clarity of her photos is greatly improved (I don't think she does much, if any, post processing). The P950 doesn't come with a paper copy of the user manual although a PDF is available to download.
    Could be the P1000 was a bit of a handful at full zoom
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    Re: P900, p950, p1000

    My lovely wife gifted me the P900 for my B-Day and I have been very happy so far. For Christmas I mention to her that the standard card that she got was a bit slow and that a faster card could be good.

    So for Christmas, she got me a San Disk Extreme SDXC UHS-I Card
    (write speed 150MB/s) however when I insert the card into the camera, I get an error that the card cannot be used and I cannot even go to the Menu to try to format it.

    Any help.. anyone? and yes.. it is not locked.
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    Re: P900, p950, p1000

    i see a few people using these when we are on the bird walks
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    Re: P900, p950, p1000

    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfsatz View Post
    My lovely wife gifted me the P900 for my B-Day and I have been very happy so far. For Christmas I mention to her that the standard card that she got was a bit slow and that a faster card could be good.

    So for Christmas, she got me a San Disk Extreme SDXC UHS-I Card
    (write speed 150MB/s) however when I insert the card into the camera, I get an error that the card cannot be used and I cannot even go to the Menu to try to format it.

    Any help.. anyone? and yes.. it is not locked.

    I think i would ask Nikon,if they say it should work then go to san disk,did she get the card from a reputable dealer there are a lot of fake cards about.
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    Re: P900, p950, p1000

    Quote Originally Posted by mikew View Post
    I think i would ask Nikon,if they say it should work then go to san disk,did she get the card from a reputable dealer there are a lot of fake cards about.
    Thanks.. yes Best Buy.

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    Re: P900, p950, p1000

    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfsatz View Post
    Thanks.. yes Best Buy.
    Is your P900 compatible with SDXC?
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    Re: P900, p950, p1000

    Quote Originally Posted by Horoscope Fish View Post
    Is your P900 compatible with SDXC?
    ^^^^ see table above ^^^^

    that is what I thought!

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    Re: P900, p950, p1000

    For reference and follow up. The card while being read and written by Windows and Chromebook without issues. Could never be recognized by the Nikon P900.

    Howeever, a faster card.. with less capacity was recognized without issue. Neither Sandisk nor Nikon were able to tell me why and only threw intangibles. I also forgot that Best Buy now has 15 day return policy and long gone are the days of 30 day returns. So now I have a 256 gig card on my chromebook.. and a faster 128 gig on the Nikon.

    Card in question is the 256 SanDisk Extreme... while the 128 is the Extreme Pro (170mgs/s)





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