Questions & Answers

1-10 of 42 Questions
  • Question
    What is the battery life like?   (2 Answers)

    By Taylor April 19, 2017.

    Answers
    • Best 
      Answer

      I shot over 700 photos yesterday and this is still going strong. I have it set for shutting off after one minute and I'm thinking that makes the difference. I had a second battery with me just in case, but didn't need it. Pretty awesome, I'd say :)

      By BearGirl April 23, 2017.

    • Question
      What comes with the camera   (1 Answer)

      By Bo September 30, 2016.

      Answers
      • Best 
        Answer

        The Nikon COOLPIX B700 digital camera comes with everything you need to enjoy using your Nikon camera right away. In the box with the camera will be a EN-EL23 Rechargeable Li-ion Battery, an EH-73P Charging AC Adapter, a UC-E21 USB Cable, an LC-CP29 Lens Cap and a AN-CP21 Strap.

        By NikonStaff October 3, 2016.

        • Nikon Representative
    • Question
      in the macro mode and a closeup of .4 to inf what zoom are you able to achieve.   (1 Answer)

      By bob August 29, 2016.

      Answers
      • Best 
        Answer

        When the B700 is set to Macro focusing it is at the wide end of the camera's zoom range. It will not macro focus to 0.4 inches past that.

        By NikonStaff August 29, 2016.

        • Nikon Representative
    • Question
      What is the equivalent 35mm zoom of the lens?   (1 Answer)

      By Anonymous July 19, 2016.

      Answers
      • Best 
        Answer

        The B700 has a 60x optical Zoom-NIKKOR lens on it. The 35mm equivalent is 24-1440mm.

        By NikonStaff July 19, 2016.

        • Nikon Representative
    • Question
      Hey Guys, Does the Nikon Coolpix B700 have the "Dual Capture/Record" mode, i.e. when videoing, can you snap off single frame pics at the same time without having to stop videoing? Also, is there much difference between this and the P610? Thanks!   (2 Answers)

      By Inquisitive May 27, 2016.

      Answers
      • Best 
        Answer

        THe B700 does save still images while recording or during playback. The B700 has Nikon's new Snapbridge low-energy Bluetooth technology that enables your camera to always be connected to your smart phone or tablet. You can instantly download and share your pics with social media or email them to friends!

        By NikonStaff May 31, 2016.

        • Nikon Representative
    • Question
      I've been looking at the P900 but the reviews say that printing of photos is not good beyond a 4x6. How good is printing quality of photos taken with the B700, and how does the zoom compare with the P900?   (2 Answers)

      By Judy August 1, 2017.

      Answers
      • Best 
        Answer

        I chose the B700 for several reasons: 1. The B700 is 20mp instead of 16mp for the P900, so that's a plus. 2. The B700 can shoot in RAW, which gives you better "raw" pictures. That will really help the quality of the output (prints) 3. The P900 is 83x zoom, while the B700 is 'only' 60x, but both are incredibly long, so it didn't matter to me. 4. The B700 shoots 4k video which I like.

        By SteveS02 August 2, 2017.

      • Question
        How do I upload my pictures to my computer. I do not have wifi.?   (3 Answers)

        By Bellakat June 20, 2017.

        Answers
        • Best 
          Answer

          Images can be transferred to a computer by taking the card out of the Nikon COOLPIX B700 camera and inserting it into a card reader port on the computer to upload them. Another way to get the images transferred from the camera to the computer is by leaving the card in the camera and connecting the camera to the computer with the provided UC-E21 USB Cable. The Nikon B700 can also connect and transfer images to a compatible, Bluetooth-capable smart device running the SnapBridge application. To learn more about the SnapBridge application for smart devices or for Nikon software options for your computer, please contact Nikon Support.

          By NikonStaff June 21, 2017.

          • Nikon Representative
      • Question
        is there a closeup lens adapter for the b700   (3 Answers)

        By bob August 28, 2016.

        Answers
        • Best 
          Answer

          The COOLPIX B700 - when placed in the camera's Macro Mode - has a close-up range or 0.4 inches to infinity. It does not require, nor does it have available, a close-up lens adapter.

          By NikonStaff August 29, 2016.

          • Nikon Representative
      • Question
        I have heard that the snap bridge app is not that great. If this camera has WiFi, can’t you just send photos to another device via that? I am getting more confused the more I read. I’m still not sure why you would need Bluetooth on Camera.   (1 Answer)

        By Linmat November 15, 2017.

        Answers
        • Best 
          Answer

          The SnapBridge application allows you to have a constant connection between your Nikon camera and a compatible smart device, so each shot you take automatically appears on your smart device. This is done by using Bluetooth, a minimal energy use technology. Besides built-in Bluetooth, the Nikon COOLPIX B700 digital camera has built-in Wi-Fi, which allows you to remotely control the camera through a connected smart device that is using the SnapBridge app. Pairing the camera and your compatible smartphone is easy and can be done in a couple of steps. To learn more about SnapBridge please contact Nikon Support.

          By BrandAnswers November 16, 2017.

          • Nikon Representative
      • Question
        What is the low resolution setting for this camera. I need 640 X 480 for ebay etc...   (1 Answer)

        By REP September 13, 2017.

        Answers
        • Best 
          Answer

          The lowest resolution size that you can take an image with is 1600x1200, or 2m, on the Nikon COOLPIX B700 digital camera. However, this camera has a feature that will allow you to further reduce the size of an already taken image in the camera before it is uploaded or shared. To resize an image press playback and choose the image you want, then press the Menu Button. This will give you three size options to choose from for scaling down your image(640x480, 320x240, 160x120). Choose a size and highlight the yes option before pressing the OK button. Images that cannot be scaled down from original size are those that have an aspect ratio of 3:2 or 1:1.

          By NikonStaff September 14, 2017.

          • Nikon Representative

      Best Buy is not responsible for answers provided by Community Answers, Customers, or other third parties. Accuracy not guaranteed. Terms and Conditions