Nikon’s Coolpix P900 is the best to get detailed photos of the moon

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It’s all about that lens.

There is no way to talk about Nikon’s excellent, though occasionally frustrating, Coolpix P900 superzoom camera without first addressing the lens.

This wide-angle, telephoto wonder can, at 24mm, pull in a startling amount of visual information. At 2,000mm, it can pluck the moon from the sky.

It’s a stunning level of versatility rarely found in a fixed-lens camera.

As a result, the 16-megapixel Nikon Coolpix P900 is an excellent shooter in a wide variety of scenarios. It’ll handle the portrait as well as the nature photo, and the action shot as well as the, well, moon shot.

It does all this despite having an image sensor that, at 1 2/3 inches, is smaller than competing super-zoom cameras (the size of a sensor defines how much light a camera can bring in).

24 mm

24 mm

2000 mm

2000 mm

Nikon released the Coolpix P900 back in 2015, but it remains their…

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