Nikon COOLPIX P900 Digital Camera with 83x Optical Zoom and Built-in Wi-Fi(Black) – Essential Accessories Bundle

October 4, 2019 - Comment

Shoot the moon with the 83x optical zoom COOLPIX P900 Digital Camera from Nikon. The camera has a 16MP CMOS sensor and a built-in lens with a 35mm equivalent focal length of 24-2000mm. For an even further reach, the camera also has 166x Dynamic Fine Zoom, and 332x digital zoom, effectively quadrupling the optical zoom.

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(as of 04/19/2020 10:16 am GMT-0500 - Details)

Shoot the moon with the 83x optical zoom COOLPIX P900 Digital Camera from Nikon. The camera has a 16MP CMOS sensor and a built-in lens with a 35mm equivalent focal length of 24-2000mm. For an even further reach, the camera also has 166x Dynamic Fine Zoom, and 332x digital zoom, effectively quadrupling the optical zoom. The P900 features Dual Detect Optical VR, providing up to five stops of compensation, and reducing the appearance of camera shake in your images. A vari-angle TFT LCD screen and an electronic viewfinder allow you to review and compose images, as well as navigate the menus. The camera also shoots full HD 1080p video, has built-in Wi-Fi, NFC, and GPS, and manual exposure control.

INTERNATIONAL VERSION (NO WARRANTY)

Product Features

  • Bundle Includes : Nikon COOLPIX P900 Digital Camera + 67MM 3Pcs Filter Kit + 32GB SD Card + SD Card Reader + CC4 Camera Gadget Bag + Full Size Tripod + Wrist Strap + Micro HDMI Cable + Lens Cap Keeper + Dust Blower + Brush Pen. INTERNATIONAL VERSION (NO WARRANTY)
  • 16MP CMOS Sensor // 24-2000mm 35mm Equivalent Focal Length
  • 83x Optical Zoom NIKKOR Super ED VR Lens // Vari-Angle TFT LCD Screen
  • Electronic Viewfinder // Dual Detect Optical VR // 166x Dynamic Fine Zoom, 332x Digi Zoom
  • Full HD 1080/60p Video // Built-In Wi-Fi, NFC, and GPS // Auto & Full Manual Exposure Control

Comments

Anonymous says:

Never put your P900 directly on the tripod. I am writing this review in hopes that I can protect someone else from what happened to me. I had my camera about 6 weeks when I decided to put it on my tripod. I had it on the tripod one time and this is what happened. What happened was I had it on the tripod once and not for long. So I had just left the tripod attachment on it. Then I had it in my lap when I was texting a friend about changing the settings. So after changing my settings I took my camera and set it on the Dining room table…

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