Nikon already has the title of superzoom with 83X zoom (2,000mm) like P900. The company just announced the CoolPix P1000 with 24-3,000mm f/2.8-8 lens similar to 35mm with providing an amazing zoom range of 125X. It would enable you to capture close-ups of birds from a very long distance, even the moon. The company has been offering CoolPix P1000 at an affordable price of 1,000 U.S dollars. The P1000 has the same 16-megapixel, a 1/2.3-inch sensor similar to the P900 with a perfect ISO range of 100-6400. It is different from its previous model and it enables you to capture amazing ultra-close-up images with RAW photo support. P100 has the ability to shoot at up to 7-frames/sec. It has a fully articulating LCD screen (non-touch), and OLED viewfinder 2.36M-dot.
The new P1000 has the ability to work for vloggers as well as birders due to on the top of the floppable screen. It has manual exposure control, 4K at up to 30 frames/ sec, and an input for an external microphone. A user can control it over WiFi and Bluetooth, even with the smart-phone app (the ML-L7 Bluetooth remote or the MC-DC2 wired shutter release). If you are not satisfied with the 3,000mm lens then you might be looking to settle on quality. So, the Dynamic Fine Zoom feature provides a 6,000mm, and even equivalent to 12,000mm. When you will extend it, it is 14-inches long and heavier than various other mirrorless or DSLR cameras and its weight is 3.1 pounds. The CoolPix P1000 will arrive in September at an expected price of 1,000 U.S dollars.