Nikon Coolpix P1000 Digital Camera
Nikons Latest edition of their Super zoom range has arrived, and it comes to us as no surprises that it’s a master piece of optical camera technology, with a massive 125x Optical Zoom, powerful 4K video capability, and one of the first Coolpix cameras able to shoot in RAW!
Yes, the telephoto end of this camera’s lens is the equivalent to 3000mm!! That’s insane!
Here’s a little video we produced comparing it with the P-900!
Only 1 left in stock (can be backordered)
The Nikon Coolpix P1000 is a 16-megapixel camera that makes capturing awe-inspiring photos and 4K movies a breeze. It features an incredibly versatile 125x optical zoom lens (24-3000mm) with a maximum f/2.8 aperture, and if that’s not enough reach, the 250x Dynamic Fine Zoom can digitally extend the focal length to 6000mm. It also has a 5-stop VR system, RAW support and SnapBridge connectivity.
Key Features: Nikon Coolpix P1000 Digital Camera
- 1/2.3-in. type CMOS sensor
- 125x optical zoom (24-3000mm 35mm equivalent)
- Bright f2.8-8 Nikkor lens
- 4K UHD video recording
- 7 fps burst shooting
- RAW support
- 2.36m-Dot OLED EVF
- 3.2″ 921k-dot vari-angle LCD monitor
- SnapBridge via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth
Ideal go-anywhere compact
Perfect for birding, sports, widlife, celestial photographers seeking superior performance from extreme distances.
Versatile 125x optical zoom
The 125x optical zoom is the world’s biggest.*1 Its focal-length range of 24-3000mm puts amazing within your reach. *2 The 250x Dynamic Fine Zoom digitally extends the upper zoom limit to an incredible 6000 mm.*2 *3 Take in the whole scene with a wide-angle composition or zoom in on the tiniest details. Even those on the surface of the moon.
Sharp, detailed 16-megapixel images
The bright f/2.8 – f/8 NIKKOR lens, 16 MP sensor, EXPEED image processor, and RAW support combine to deliver sharp results. Nikon’s powerful EXPEED image-processing engine and advanced lens technologies minimise distortion even at high zoom. The fast autofocus system lets you shoot action at up to 7 fps. And RAW support lets you save and export uncompressed image files to your processing/editing program of choice.
Super-telephoto 4K movies
Easily record 4K/UHD 30p footage, or Full HD (1080p) video at frame rates of up to 60p. Film in stereo sound and benefit from clean HDMI out. In-camera movie functions include Superlapse, which lets you create a fast-motion sequence of changing landscapes and unique perspectives. And Time-lapse is perfect for recording skyscapes, star trails, and the passage of the moon across the night sky.
VR ensures images and movies are crisp and clear
Dual Detect Optical Vibration Reduction (VR) counters the effects of camera shake for sharper stills and movies. VR Active mode delivers a more stable viewfinder and monitor image.
Shoot from all angles
The bright 3.2-in 921k-dot LCD monitor can be tilted and twisted in almost any direction. An eye sensor automatically switches from monitor shooting to viewfinder shooting the instant you raise the camera to your face.
Composing your images is simple
Photographers will find the camera’s built-in 2.3-million dot OLED electronic viewfinder (EVF) helpful when composing their shot, as it gives a clear, detailed view even in bright conditions.
Smooth zoom control for professional-looking results
A large grip and a side zoom-control ease handling. A snap-back zoom button instantly retracts the lens from super-telephoto to a wider angle, making it easy to pick up subjects that have moved out of shot.
RAW support for perfect results
RAW support lets users save and export uncompressed image files to processing/editing programs.
Share your creations with your loved ones
SnapBridge connectivity lets users sync photos to a smart device as they shoot. SnapBridge also makes it possible to use the smart device to shoot remotely – operate the camera’s zoom or release the shutter. It also updates your camera’s location and date via the GPS on your smart device.
*1 As of 10th July 2018
*2 35mm equivalent
*3 Magnification of Dynamic Fine Zoom is calculated from the maximum wide-angle position of the optical zoom