I have one panorama example in Photographer’s Guide to the Nikon Coolpix P500, but I had to place it sideways on a page of the book (for now, only in PDF format) so it would be at a reasonably good size; if it were placed in normal orientation, it would be an awfully small image.
So, I’m posting here another copy of that panorama taken with the Coolpix P500, so you can see it without having to turn your head sideways, and at a decent size. This was taken with the Easy Panorama setting, in which you pan the camera for about 15 seconds and it automatically stitches the scene together in the camera. I found that function to work very well. (You also have the option of taking individual shots using the Panorama Assist mode, and then stitching them together with Nikon’s panorama software.)