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Nikon turned a few heads when it announced the Coolpix P900 (9.95), a large superzoom with an unfathomable 83x lens.It can capture wide angle scenes and zoom far—very, very far—to capture distant objects.Confusingly enough, turning either the top or rear wheel clockwise dials in negative EV, which is counterintuitive.The other directional presses allow you to toggle Macro shooting, set the self-timer, and adjust the flash output; the rear wheel has a center OK button that's used to confirm choices in menus.
The closest superzoom in terms of range in this class, the 65x Canon SX60HS, is slightly smaller (3.6 by 4.5 by 5 inches), and noticeably lighter (1.4 pounds).
Despite having such a long range, it doesn't cover the widest angle in this class.
The Panasonic FZ70 uses a 60x lens that covers a 20-1,200mm field of view.
Most superzooms are big, but the P900 is exceptionally large.
At 4.1 by 5.5 by 5.5 inches (HWD) and 2 pounds, it's larger and heavier than some SLRs with a kit lens attached.It's a shame that neither it nor the top control wheel can be configured for direct control of EV compensation.