When the Nikon COOLPIX P900 was released earlier this year, it brought with is a number of convenient and exciting features, including built-in WiFi, GPS…and a lens the equivalent of 24-2000mm.
YouTube user┬áNaturbeobachtungen von Lothar Lenz┬ádecided to put the lens to the test and shoot for the moon. With the camera (I’m assuming) mounted onto a tripod, Baron von Lothar Lenz aimed for the moon and zoomed the lens all the way to its optical max. Just for comparison, the optical zoom on the COOLPIX P900 is almost equivalent to the $60k modified zoom lens we posted about earlier this month…and at barely a fraction of the cost.
While many purists might poke fun at these pseudo-dSLR cameras the P900 is proof that they are still amazing contenders for superb quality and functionality.

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Stefan Kohler is a conceptual photographer, specialized in mixing science, technology and photography. When he isn't waking up at 4am to take photos of nature, he stays awake until 4am taking photos of the night skies or time lapses. When not shooting client work or chasing overgrown wildlife from his yard, he loves to capture the stories of the people and culture around him.

I try to zoom the moon with my Nikon P900 and when I came to the maximum zoom my moon is not even half size like this moon on the video.

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