Capture the world with the Nikon Coolpix P900 Point and Shoot Camera. The zoom power of this camera is spectacular. It provides 83x optical zoom that enables you to capture subjects that are far away with crystal clear quality. It is compact in size and offers a firm grip. A high resolution Electronic Viewfinder turns on automatically when you lift the camera to your eye. The camera is driven by a powerful battery that enables you to capture up to 360 shots per charge. It also supports WiFi and incorporates Near Field Communication technology, letting you connect the camera wirelessly to a compatible device such as smartphones or tablets for instant photo sharing and remote camera control. Powerful yet stylish, this camera by Nikon looks trendy in a modish black finish.
POWERFUL ZOOM FUNCTION
The Nikon Coolpix P900 Point and Shoot Camera has a focal length of 2000m that fills your frame with subjects that are barely visible to the naked eye. The Dynamic Fine Zoom feature doubles that reach to a 4000mm equivalent. You can press and hold the Snap Back Zoom button to zoom out if you lose sight of your subject. Once the subject is found again, you can release the button to zoom right back in. The VR performance of your camera is improved by the Dual Detect Optical VR feature.
The Nikon Coolpix P900 Point and Shoot Camera provides two ways to frame your shots. You can use the swiveling variangle LCD display and a high resolution Eye Level Viewfinder (EVF). You can flip out the display and capture video clips or photographs from different angles and perspectives. Or, you can lift the camera to your eye, which automatically turns EVF to click detailed photographs. You can record video clips in Full HD at a resolution of up to 1920 x 1080 pixels with this camera. A PSAM mode dial is available on top of the camera. You can control the aperture and shutter speed of your camera to capture photographs the way you want them. You can turn on Moon Mode, zoom in with a power of 83x optical zoom and capture detailed photographs of the moon. If you are in a forest sanctuary or out camping and want to click pictures of moving animals or birds, simply hold the shutter button and capture up to seven photographs continuously per second.