Nikon has uncovered the Coolpix P950, an invigorate of its famous P900 superzoom. While it doesn’t exactly have the extraordinary 3,000mm identical reach of the P1000, it by the by conveys 83x zoom power equivalent to 2,000mm on 35mm cameras. That is sufficient to catch a fly plane intersection the moon or the glimmer in a 10,000 foot for a long separation away.
While it packs a similar 16-megapixel 1/2.3-inch sensor as in the past, the P950 has a vastly improved 2.4-million speck EVF, over twofold the goals of the last model. It can likewise now catch 4K, which will enable you to take much better video from far away. That will be perfect for sports or untamed life videography, for instance.
You can take photographs at up to 7 fps and shoot RAW/JPEG photographs in low light up to ISO 6400, as in the past. It likewise bolsters a discretionary DF-M1 weapon like Dot Sight to assist you with finding subjects and make shots from far away. The Coolpix P950 will land in February for $800.