Nikon COOLPIX P1000 16.7 デジタルカメラ 3.2インチ LCD ブラック
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|価格||￥ 156,335||￥ 118,248||￥ 48,578||￥ 48,700||￥ 142,720||￥ 40,800|
|重量||1.42 kg||1.42 kg||0.86 kg||0.53 kg||1.05 kg||0.65 kg|
Ok, from the day the P1000 was announced I put up a post asking people if they were excited for the P1000. This post got crazy huge. Day 1 I pre-ordered it. After the upcoming weeks I started to question my order. There were some thing that scared me off from the camera. The questionable 3000mm zoom the lack of info on the new sensor and the list goes on an on.
Anyway, I finally got the courage to drop 1K on it and it show up this morning. Part of me ordering the camera is there is so little info on how it works in wildlife for photography.
Now I shoot wildlife with my P900 just as much as my DSLR gear. So after playing with the p1000 for the last few hours here are the quick improvements if you were concerned.
1. Image quality ---> Yes better than the P900 , better noise, highlights, and sharpness is that or better. Under 2000mm for sure
2. Ease of use, Yes more buttons manual focus rings, works faster, focus fast ect. Feels more like a DSLR.
3. Buffer for shooting JPegs, Yes about 2 to 3 times more buffer it is what I needed the most for action photos. THIS was huge. I am not totally happy with the buffer but indeed much better.
4. Build Quality--> Way better hands down,
NIkon has made this for the WILDLIFE Hardcore... You can feel the direction they improved this camera. Higher build quality, more weight, It feels like if you really wanted to get serious about photography at almost a professional level this is what I would use. Durable like a DSLR NO but serious yes.
Looking back at my photos 10 years ago with Nikon D80, d90 E500 and 500mm lenses, This beat them hands down in quality of photos and usability ect reach.
If you have any reservations on improvements do not be. They did a great job but my only concern is that it is made for TOO Serious of Photographers and will be considered a niche camera do to its size.
If you have any questions please ask. My self serving needs are I want more cameras like this versus my DSLR gear. I like DSLRS but they are super heavy in the 600 mm range.
I might put out a Youtube Video comparing the differences??
I think the reviews on this camera have been horrible so far. They concentrate on too many things as a general use camera. Again street photography is the last thing i would use it for.
Any questions please ask
So now the P1000 comes along, and not only have a much farther zoom capability, but this new model also shoots in Raw/NEF format! Oh the joy when I found out... and that’s not all, this new P1000 has MANY upgrades from the P900. It is from the Coolpx family which Nikon markets to everyday consumers and such, but the P1000 is different. It’s body is much bigger and sturdier than any other camera in the CoolPix line. It looks, feels, and pretty much performs like a higher end D750, except it has all the features that enable less experienced photographers take great pictures... things like scene mode, time lapses, it’s so user friendly but has all the manual functions a camera snob like me demands. I’ve seen guys in the field with those super high end telephoto lens that cost over 10k, but get you in close for wildlife and sports shooting... I always thought having gear like that’d never be possible, but the new P1000 truly changes the playing field, for everyone. Kind of like the iPhone did for photography, this camera opens the impossible up for everyone now.
The menus are easy to navigate. The menu options are much more limited than the DH-4 but the most-used features are there, and are easily accessible. I would like to have more than one "Fn" button for quick access to menu items, but that's a small nit. There are physical buttons for exposure compensation, self-timer, focus mode, and flash settings. The manual focus works very easily, and I found it really handy at the long zoom settings. Overall, it's well done, with obvious design sacrifices for the enormous zoom range. I'm sure my DH-4 will remain my primary camera, but this Nikon seems to fulfill its main purpose quite well. (I took one star off for its bulk)
Side note -- I'm not sure most people will find the extra zoom power over the earlier P900, which has a 2000mm tele, worth the several hundred dollar premium for the P1000. Plus the 1000 weighs an extra pound or so. What swung it for me was the RAW capabilities of the P1000, plus a few other features that a lot of folks might not care about.