Yes, you read that right Nikon have just announced two new additions their impressive Coolpix collection, meet the new Nikon Coolpix A1000 and Nikon Coolpix B600.
If the first month of this year is any indication Nikon is set to make 2019 one for the books! The introduction of the two new additions to the Coolpix family, the Coolpix A1000 and Coolpix B600 show that Nikon really has their finger on the pulse of things photographic.
The new Nikon Coolpix B600 features a 60x optical zoom lens, which covers the equivalent of 24-1440mm in 35mm format while enabling Dynamic Fine Zoom gives you a zoom of up to 120x. It comes complete with Nikon’s Hybrid Vibration Reduction (VR) technology and offers a dedicated macro mode for those close up shots. While the B600 does not feature an EVF the addition of the 921,000-dot wide viewing angle TFT LCD screen complete with anti-reflection coating more than makes up for this. Created to fill the gap between the Coolpix B600 and Coolpix A1000, measuring in at just 121.6 x 81.5 x 99.2 mm and weighing in at a mere 500 grams battery and memory card included, this is sure to be a welcome addition to every keen photographer’s go-to kit.
- 16MP CMOS 1/2.3″
- 60 x Optical zoom
- Lens Shift VR & 4-Axis Hybrid VR for Video
- 1080p 30p Video
- 3.0″ LCD
The new Nikon Coolpix A1000 is said to be the successor of Nikon’s A900 and fits nicely into this gap. Boasting a 35x optical zoom lens with an equivalent focal length range of between 24-840mm. Much like the newly announced Coolpix B600, the A1000 comes with the addition of Nikon’s Hybrid VR technology and Active D-Lighting. This new addition to the Coolpix family features a 1/2.3 inch 16-megapixel backside illuminated CMOS sensor with a standard sensitivity range of ISO 100-6400, with the ability to capture raw images in Nikon’s NRW format and 4K30 video this would be a welcome addition to any hobbyist photographers kit.
Unlike the B600 the A1000 features a 1166k-dot equivalent EVF and a 3-inch 1036k-dot touchscreen enabled LCD display on the rear of the camera. Nikon has also included its SnapBridge technology in this latest release, giving you the option to seamlessly transfer your images and video via WiFi or Bluetooth and post your creations on the go.
- 16MP CMOS 1/2.3″
- 35 x Optical zoom
- 4K 30p
- 3.0″ Tilt LCD