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  Steves Digicams - Nikon Coolpix 5000 - User Review
The Coolpix 5000 is Nikon's newest flagship of the Coolpix line with a 5-megapixel CCD imager housed in a compact and durable magnesium body.
Building on the feature set of the Coolpix 995, the Coolpix 5000 is equipped with a new 3x optical (28-85mm equiv 35mm) Zoom-Nikkor lens with enhanced wideangle and a stepless 4x digital zoom.
The Coolpix 5000, Coolpix 995 and the Coolpix 885.
www.steves-digicams.com /2001_reviews/nikon5000.html   (1099 words)

  Rain Bird - Landscape Irrigation: Products: 5000 Series Rotor
The 5000 Series Rotor is a rugged mid-range gear-drive rotary sprinkler, offering durability, performance, and the convenience of arc adjustment from the top, for residential and light commercial applications.
The full and/or part circle sprinkler shall be a single-stream, water-lubricated, gear-drive type capable of covering a ___ foot (xx meter) at ___ pounds per square inch (psi) or (bar) with a discharge rate of ___gallons per minute (___ gpm) (___ m3/h).
When so indicated on the design, the shrub model shall contain all of the specifications of the standard 5000 series rotor plus a locking screw to fasten the shrub unit to the riser.
www.rainbird.com /landscape/products/rotors/5000series.htm   (1073 words)

 Nikon Coolpix 5000 Review: 1. Introduction: Digital Photography Review
The Coolpix 5000 was first announced back in September this year.
Clearly the Coolpix 5000 doesn't follow the previous line of prosumer Coolpix cameras, all of which had a longer split swivel design with an 'internal focusing' lens.
The Coolpix 5000 is aimed at the prosumer market, carrying a slew of manual features, a large amount of image processing controls as well as details such as the AE / AF lock button, command dial and flash hotshoe.
www.dpreview.com /reviews/nikoncp5000   (356 words)

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