Nikon Coolpix P1000 Camera

Jul 13, 2018

Category: Tech

If you ever wanted to capture the intricate details of the moon, Nikon has made a camera with an insane zoom that has the ability of a telescope. The Nikon P1000 has the most powerful zoom lens ever gifted to a Coolpix camera.

The P1000 has a monstrous 3000mm optical zoom that has the ability to capture the craters, peaks and valleys of the moon’s surface, perfect for aspiring astronomers or photographers wanting to capture the beauty of outer space. It’s a bit overkill, but we’re in complete awe of this juggernaut of a lens that makes this Nikon camera a bonafide game-changer. The camera also has 4K Ultra HD video capabilities, rock-steady ‘Dual Detect’ image stabilization, as well as great low-light capability and an accessory hot-shoe. With a whopping 16 million megapixels and RAW, time-lapse and super lapse shooting, in addition to various creative modes, you can let your imagination run wild with this beast. It’ll cost you a pretty penny, but it will also you help you see infinity and beyond.

Purchase: $1,000

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