Pcmag has published a new review on the Nikon P7700. Although P7700 is a competent camera, it has many competitors such as Canon G15, Panasonic LX7 and Fuji X10 / X20. You should check all of them out before settling on the P7700. The problem with P7700 is that there’s no particular area where it really shines. Check out this review.
Their conclusion: The P7700 is a very good camera with a few flaws. Its control layout is excellent, its image sensor performs well through ISO 1600, and it features the longest zoom lens in its class. It’s not as speedy as similar cameras—the wait time between taking photos in single-shot mode is a bit disconcerting—and it doesn’t have an optical viewfinder like the Fujifilm X10 . Its lens is fast, but not the sharpest optic wide open, making the Canon PowerShot G15—which has a slightly less ambitious 28-140mm f/1.8-2.8 zoom—a more attractive option for anyone who doesn’t need a 200mm reach. The Sony RX100, which features a larger 1-inch image sensor, is still our Editors’ Choice for enthusiast compacts, but it lacks a hot shoe and articulating LCD, and its 28-100mm f/1.8-4.9 lens doesn’t match the P7700 in terms of range, or in speed at the telephoto end.