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The camera may be cheap, but if that's what you're looking for, then you will get what you paid for. It's a nice enough little camera. I have taken it EVERYWHERE. I use it all the time. The only problem is, I am quite into photography, and it is by no means a professional camera. Sometimes it takes some serious photo editing to create an acceptable professional-quality image.
The video function accepts loud sound, so in that respect, it is good for concerts (whereas other cameras garble the sound). However, the picture quality is grainy unless the light is very bright. Daytime setting would be ideal. Camera does not handle low light well AT ALL. Which is the biggest problem for me, trying to create a portfolio of concert photography on a shoestring budget with a camera that fails in low-light situations.
This camera is very easy to use though. Takes nice enough pictures for what you will pay for it, and is probably a bit outdated now, therefore making it a great bargin buy at what must be a reduced price.
It has 3x zoom, 7.1 megapixels, sound recording, video recording, and various photo modes, including a helpful panorama mode which has created some beautiful images.
Like all other models in the popular COOLPIX series, the COOLPIX 7600 has been designed to make things simple for you and give you greater versatility, without compromising your enjoyment of the moment. Its high-quality 3x optical Zoom-Nikkor ED lens and 7.1 effective megapixel resolution give you great control over how you compose your shots, and greater image quality than most entry-level cameras. The COOLPIX 7600 features 16 handy Scene modes, four of which offer a Scene Assistance function. These user-friendly modes automatically control camera settings, enabling you to achieve high-quality results, simply choose the Scene Mode that best matches the subject. The COOLPIX 7600 stands apart from other cameras in its class with its handy ability to automatically improve the quality of recorded shots with the touch of a button. Nikon's exclusive D-Lighting function, for example, can be selected in Playback mode - automatically compensating for insufficient flash or excessive back lighting in order to obtain balanced exposure throughout the frame. Nikon's proprietary Advanced Red-eye Reduction, on the other hand, has the ability to automatically detect and correct red eyes in-camera in most situations.