Don't bother searching for this Nikon model because Nikon DO NOT have such a model... bear with me ;)
If you own a Nikon Coolpix P7700 AND a Nikon WC-E75 Wide angle converter lens, you already own a WC-P7700 ultra-wide point and shoot!
Nikon Coolpix 8400 in 2005.
The optional WC-E75 wide-angle converter lens took the build in 24 mm_e zoom lens of the 8400 even wider to an unmatched 18 mm_e of ultra-wide coverage!
The same WC-E75 was used on my favorite Canon G-12, converting the 28 mm_e to a very wide 21 mm_e!
Of all the wide angle conversion lens ever made, Nikon's WC-E75 is; as far as I know; optically, the best!
A shot taken with the WC-G12, you can see I am holding the camera above my head.
posting on the WC-G12, you will realise that the chunky WC-E75 glass was mounted to the G12 with the help of a tube and ring combo from Lensmate.
To my dismay, Lensmate do not have a adapter tube for the P7700!
As a matter of fact, they don't even made the tube for G12 anymore!
I can see the value of the WC-E75 with the G12 ringed tube going sky high ;)
Despaired, I try by inserting my WC-G12 combo over the protruding P7700 zoom (at 28 mm_e); holding on to the tube while I shoot.
With the WC-E74 glass in my jacket pocket and the P7700 around my neck, I test drive my WC-P7700 at our Civic Square, down town; Wellington.
Taken with the Nikon P7700 at 28 mm_e.
The Nikon WC-E75 conversion lens was held in front of the P7700 zoom, see how much wider it is!
Plain Jane P7700 @ 28 mm_e again.
With the WC-E75 in front of the P7700.
Passage way between the old Wellington City Council building and the stainless steel clad Michael Fowler Centre. 28 mm_e, P7700.
Same location as above but at a different spot, with the WC-E75.
Wellington City Council, Wakefield Street; notice my parked Lancer VRX?
To Market, To Market...
P7700 @ 28 mm_e, holding above head.
WC-P7700, holding above head; see my fingers? Ha ha ha...
It is a good idea to wrap your bare WC-E75 glass in a large lens cleaning cloth if you are trying out my WC-P7700 way, putting the unprotected chuck of glass in your jacket can cause scratches to the protruding front element!
What are you waiting for? Go shoot with your WC-P7700 but be careful not to drop your WC-E75 glass, I was told that this rather hard to come by Nikon glass was going as high as US$ 500.00!!