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Zoom to the moon and beyond with the most powerful lens ever put in a Nikon COOLPIX camera. 3000mm of mind-blowing reach with rock-steady VR image stabilization. 4K Ultra HD video. RAW (NRW), macro, time-lapse and Superlapse shooting. With a flip-out Vari-angle display, advanced features and point-and-shoot ease, this camera is truly out of this world.
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the zoom is amazing !
the photo is crystal clear
the best camera I have every got
I originally obtained the P1000 to check out the amazing optical zoom range, but have fallen in love with what I can do at ´´close´´ range with this camera!
Whilst, yes, the zoom has allowed me to take some remarkable wildlife and bird shots that I would not have been able to obtain before; the macro abilities using that zoom are wonderful! I have taken close ups of bumble bees from 20 feet away that have received outstanding reviews.
I would highly recommend this camera to both those just wanting the long lens, and to those who want more!
still a lot to learn,ordered full size manual helped a lot, best camera I have ever owned
What a wonderful camera. It is a beast. Basically an Ultra HD telescope. The viewfinder is extremely clear resolution.
I was a little frightened by the price to start with but bit the bullet. Glad I did. I had heavy zoom cameras before but mostly digital zoom, not optical. If you have used both you know that Optical is much clearer and better than digital. This one´s 125x optical is amazing. So much steadier and easy to use than my former heavy digital, a Canon SX50. No comparison between the two, but to be fair the Nikon is 3x the price of the Canon. One of my favorite things is using the Snapbridge software to have pictures go straight from the camera to your phone as you take them. Often on trips I want to text pictures and from a camera cannot. This gets around that. Truly an amazing camera. The only downfall is that it is quite large and heavy. But to get the huge lens and all in a package probably required this.
I upgraded from the Coolpix 900 to the Coolpix 1000. Recent pictures taken on a cruise were excellent. The sunset and moon shots were excellent. I photographed wildlife and the 3000 zoom brought the monkeys up close. It was worth the upgrade!
Being a wildlife and landscape photographer shooting with a Nikon D4s with lenses between 14mm and 600mm, I never seem to have the right lens mounted to my camera while traveling in the car or for a shot around the house. I purchased the P1000 to fill the gap and be ready at all times in the car without constantly having to change lenses. It has surpassed all my expectations. My photos are incredibly sharp from macro through telephoto. I normally shoot from a tripod, but the P1000 with its built in camera vibration reduction makes shooting hand held very easy with incredible results even at super telephoto. This camera can do everything my DSLR cameras can as far as shooting modes, exposure compensation, flash, histograms, etc. I love the fact I can adjust my exposure compensation and histogram right through the viewfinder as well as on the back screen in live view. The tilt out screen makes live view easy to help compose your shot when the camera is at an odd angle especially low to the ground and shooting up. I highly recommend this camera for anyone that wants a quality camera that is ready to go at a moments notice to cover anything from wide angle trough super telephoto all in one camera.
I can easily use the auto settings on the P1000. But the camera is capable of so much more and I just cannot learn it on my own. The User´s Manual is useless to me. It is the perfect camera for an iPhone Photographer who is going on vacation and needs it to shoot details or animals too far away for the iPhone, like whales or elephants. It can do a lot more, just making a point. And those things can be photographed in auto. But when I tried to learn how to shoot the Milky Way I felt like I should give up on manual photography. I need a series of YouTube Videos to teach me all the subtleties of the camera compared to an iPhone, not compared to a DSLR or Mirrorless camera. I teach iPhone Photography on cruise ships when we travel and there are a lot more of us who would buy a P1000 if you could teach us how to go from iPhone Photography to P1000 Photography, and the P900 youTubes are not helpful on the P1000 either. I realize this is a narrow market, but it is deep. A P1000 costs less than an iPhone x or 11 Max. So the price is not an issue. It is reaching the millions of seniors with money they are willing to spend if you can make the camera a user friendly experience instead of a stressful one. By the way, these cruises are 4-5 months long and go around the world.
A potential packed camera for extremely wide range of photographers. It is bulky but stable for hand held photography. At the same time, it is much lighter and faster for taking pictures for those who keep a set of lens and devote time in selecting and replacing. The image quality and formats seems alright subject to further usage.
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