If you believe that smartphone cameras are almost ready to take the place of point and shoot cameras, the Nikon Coolpix P900 is here to prove you wrong. The Nikon P900 features 83x optical zoom range which allows user to bring things closer that is not even visible to our eyes normally. Keep reading to learn more about the Nikon Coolpix P900 Cairo price, specs and more.
For capturing high quality images with less noise, the point and shoot camera features 16-megapixels paired with CMOS image sensor. Users will be able to capture full HD videos at 60fps and videos at 120fps as well by reducing the resolution. There are both auto and full manual exposure control features including night mode, programmed auto, landscape and portrait modes. If you are looking for a decent point and shoot camera without spending too much money, there is the Canon Powershot SX700 and Sony RX100 that you can check out.
This is where the Nikon Coolpix P900 outshines other cameras. The 83x optical zoom lens can cover a range of 24-2000mm which can be useful for shooting faraway subjects. It’s paired with Dual Detect Optical VR to decrease camera shake as much as possible. Other notable features of this camera are: 166x Dynamic Fine Zoom, 332x Digital Zoom, dual viewing system that includes a 3-inch 921k-dot vari angle TFT-LCD screen and built-in GPS, Wi-Fi and NFC. A single battery charge will allow users to capture up to 360 images.
The Nikon Coolpix P900 will be available for around 10600 EGP when it’s here. There is also the Fujifilm X100S that you can try if you are not worried about spending money and want a good camera.
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