Nikon Coolpix P1000 Brings it all into Focus

The Nikon Coolpix P1000 has a lot to live up to. According to their claims, the Coolpix not only brings the moon into focus, but each of the craters, peaks, and valleys on that celestial body. You can even see the International Space Station, or the rings of Saturn with the Coolpix. If you’re able to see into the distant heavens, imagine the photos of wildlife, sports, or locations that you could capture.

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The zoom comes courtesy of Nikon’s 3000mm equivalent NIKKOR ED glass lens. Of course, being zoomed in so much can amplify any little movement, no matter how tiny. Coolpix uses a Dual Detect Optical Vibration Reduction system to minimize the horizontal and vertical movements. You can view your images in the 3.2 inch 921,000 dot LCD display when either composing or checking your images. The camera also comes with a remote and is smartphone compatible. Three modes also allow for greater control—raw, time lapse, and super lapse—as you capture your images.

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Anymore, a camera that can’t also record video is almost useless, but the Coolpix has that covered as well. Coolpix is capable of 4K UHD (3840 X 2160 at 30p) video. Audio is also covered with true stereo sound. And an external HDMI port allows for recording to an external source or for playback on an external monitor.

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With Coolpix, you’ll be able to get the images you want, whether up close or in the farthest reaches.

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