Announced earlier in March, Nikon‘s Coolpix P900 point-and-shoot camera boasts an 83x zoom lens that was put into test by zooming in on the moon.
The camera has a remarkable 83x zoom that allows the photographer to see clearly from miles away more than any Nikon COOLPIX yet. The focal length of its lens spans the range from 4.3mm to 357mm. In full frame 35mm angle-of-view equivalent, that’s a reasonably wide 24mm at one end and a monstrous 2000mm at the long end.
The coolpix P900 has a 16-megapixel CMOS sensor, Image size is 4,608 by 3,456 pixels.
It has a 3.0-inch screen, screen is featured Vari-Angle TFT-LCD with Anti-reflection coating, 6-level brightness adjustment.
Nikon coolpix P900 has a built-in Wi-Fi connectivity along with near field communication (NFC) and GPS for geotagging pictures, Application for iOS and Android devices that allows the camera to wirelessly offload its photos to a smartphone or tablet also lets you see the camera’s viewfinder, adjust the zoom and take photos.
Nikon coolpix P900 offers, ISO range is 100-1600 with program modes that extend the ISO range to 6400. The camera’s motor can shoot at 7 frames per second the shutter range is 0 to 15 seconds.
Nikon coolpix P900 saves images in .JPEG format only. The P900 can records videos on HD 1080p can be zoom during video recording, and the P900 also has built-in stereo microphones.
You can charge battery via microUSB port. It can approximately 360 shots or 1 hour 20 minutes of video per charge. Recharging the battery takes 3 hours 40 minutes.
Below is the example video of Nikon coolpix P900. The camera could zoom in so close that you actually see the moon surface and moving moon.