Nikon has announced the COOLPIX P900 camera. The camera comes with 83x zoom power. It has a 16MP image sensor.
The long zoom option provides users with NIKKOR optics and a 166x Dynamic Fine Zoom range capable of reaching long distances.
The COOLPIX P900 comes with features such as built-in GPS and the experience of Nikon Snapbridge. It is compatible with smartphone or tablet via built in Wi-Fi and Near Field Communication technology.
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The camera comes with a powerful 83x optical zoom (24-2000mm equivalent) NIKKOR ED glass lens with the ability to reach 166x using Dynamic Fine Zoom and a super extra-low dispersion (ED) glass element.
The zoom is equipped with a 16MP CMOS sensor and a high performance Autofocus (AF) system capable of shooting 7 frames-per-second (fps).
The camera has a built-in electronic viewfinder (EVF) with an eye sensor or high-resolution, Vari-angle 3-inch 921K-dot LCD display.
The COOLPIX P900 also features Manual (spot), Manual (normal) and Manual (wide) AF Area Mode options that can be selected in accordance with the size and position of the primary subject.
The device has a shooting lag time of approximately 0.12 seconds at the maximum wide-angle position and approximately 0.75 seconds at the maximum telephoto position.
Nikon Snapbridge can be used for sending photos wirelessly from Wi-Fi enabled Nikon DSLR, Nikon 1 or COOLPIX camera to a compatible smartphone or tablet.
The COOLPIX P900 will be available in Black for a suggested retail price of $599.95. The camera will be available for purchase in April 2015.