Battle of the Megazooms, Nikon P900 is a recently announced camera and successor of Nikon P610.. take a look at the specification comparison review below and share your thoughts…
Sensor – Both camera shares same sensor resolution and size and even the ISO range is also same, hence we do expect that we will get same image quality from both the camera.
With Nikon P900 we get approx 23X more optical zoom, hence if you are looking for zoom camera we highly recommend you to get the new Nikon P900.
The other important factor is bright aperture based optical elements, hence at the end the Nikon P900 sensor will get more light compared to the Nikon P610 sensor, so we may observe some better and clean images from Nikon P900 compared to Nikon P610.
Both camera can take extreme close-up shots, so no difference in macro capability of both the camera and both lens features same optical based image stabilization system.
Video: The Nikon P900 supports Full HD video recording @ 60fps on the other hand the Nikon P610 limited to 30fps only.
Both camera features Wi-Fi and NFC, it allow you to quickly share photos with family and friends, while the GPS can pinpoint where your images were shot.
Price difference – The Nikon P900 will cost you $100 more than the Nikon P610… so the price difference is not so high compared to the difference of zoom lens (23X)
Verdict: Based on specification comparison review we highly recommend you to buy the Nikon P900 camera, since it features 23X more optical zoom compared to the Nikon P610 and bright aperture zoom lens.
New DX Nikon 35mm F1.0 G Lens Patent surfaced over the web, currently the Nikon have 35mm F1.8G AF-S DX Lens so adding a F1.0 lens will sure add some excitement to DX format users.Take a look at the details below…
Patent Details are below (Translated by google)
Explanation self interpretation of patent literature
Patent Publication No. 2015-41003
Filing date 2013.8.22
The focal length f = 36.106mm
Half angle ω = 21.840mm
Image height Y = 14.25mm
Total length 80.513mm
Lens construction 10 group 12 sheets
Converter magnification β = 0.7 times
Master lens (positive) + converter (positive and negative positive)
According to latest rumors published over the rumor mills, Panasonic GX8 May feature 4K video recording and expected to arrive at May and June month of 2015. No more details actually available right now … we will update you soon as we get any new information.
Canon Asia uploaded a sample video captured from the newly announced Canon EF 11-24mm f/4L USM lens, the landscape captured by the lens is just amazing… if you are a canon user you can buy the lens from Amazon | B&H
Canon 760D Sample Video surfaced over the web, as we usually know that the the camera is powered newly developed HYBRID CMOS AF III sensor, so with the help of active AF points the camera can do AF while recording videos very smoothly… take a look at video below and share your thoughts with us…
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