In Camera Out Camera

Well, it is the ‘Age of Extremes’ after all. My new cameras:

Nikon P1000 & P900

Telescope-like zoom power. This isn’t super zoom, it’s extreme zoom.

Nikon Coolpix P1000 : A 3000mm (125X) equivalent optical zoom NIKKOR ED glass lens — the most powerful lens ever used on a bridge camera.

Nikon Coolpix P900 : A 2000mm equivalent (83X) optical zoom equivalent NIKKOR ED glass lens.

Archived post from 20.10.2015:

‘Craters on the moon, wildlife from afar, your child's face on a crowded school stage’ is what the brochure for my new camera promised.

Built-in Wi-Fi connectivity with NFC and a mega 65x optical zoom is what convinced me to go for the Canon Powershot SX60 HS .

Craters on the moon: Check

Wildlife from afar : Check

Kids on stage will have to wait 🙂

Archived post from 13.10.2010:

I finally got myself a new camera. It is a Fujifilm FinePix HS10. The 30X zoom and amazing wide-angle capability were deciding factors as I dabble a bit in nature and architectural photography.

Here is a sample picture :

The time has come, therefore, to bid farewell to my trusty old FZ10.

Over the years, It has helped me capture some memorable photographs. You can view some of them here:

The Fluzi Gallery

I had zeroed in on the Panasonic DMC FZ10 after it won an award as Best Superzoom Camera at the TIPA Awards <2006>. It was after I recieved my new camera that I realised that I hadn't seen this year's TIPA Awards. Funnily enough the FinePix HS10 too was the winner in the Best Superzoom Camera category. I guess some things are just meant to be.

P.S : I hope Jamshed has half the fun I had with the Fluzi.