DCRP Review: Nikon Coolpix 2500 Photo Gallery
by Jeff Keller, DCRP Founder/Editor
Last Updated: Tuesday, April 9, 2002

You read our extensive review of this camera, right?

Photos 1-7 were taken at Crissy Field in SF.

Photos 8-11 were taken at Fort Funston, at the southwestern edge of the city.

Photos 12-14 are from Golden Gate Park.

Photo 15 was taken right here at home.

Photos 16-20 were taken at the Botanical Gardens in Golden Gate Park.

Photos 21-22 were taken at the tulip gardens in GGP.

Photo 23 shows the "Painted Ladies" on a cloudy day in SF.

I've noted any special modes I used underneath the photo.

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Two postcard shots

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I saw one of these new 2003 Mercedes SL-class roadsters and had to take a picture. Man is it RED!

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Don't mind the camera strap in this picture (oops).

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The Park Rangers completing a cliff rescue.

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Macro

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Indoor flash shot

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This one isn't going to win any awards.

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