Whether you’re planning to hit the snow covered mountains, or the sand-covered beaches, you’ll need a camera that can keep up with your Spring Break travel plans. Beachcamera.com has just released some new cameras and lenses just in time for you to add them to your packing list!
Just in time for Spring Break, Nikon has announced the Coolpix A1000, successor to 2016's A900 model. The new Nikon A1000 still features a 35x optical zoom in a compact, travel-zoom form, but offers a number of additional features and improvements over its predecessor in a slightly larger and heavier package. The most obvious upgrade from the A900 is the inclusion of an electronic viewfinder, a very handy feature for a long-zoom camera. It provides additional stability when shooting while avoiding glare and reflections in the bright conditions found on the sunny beaches. The Nikon A1000's rear monitor gets upgrades too. Not only is it now touch sensitive, but it tilts down 180 degrees to face forward for those sunset selfies as well as tilts up 90 degrees providing more flexibility for shooting at difficult angles. Capture all the details of your trip with up to 4x digital zoom, as well as 2x Dynamic Fine Zoom.
This versatile camera covers wide-angle to super-telephoto shooting for imaging experiences simply not possible with a smartphone on your vacation. Nikon’s new B600 has a 60x optical zoom lens with an equivalent focal length range between 24-1440mm and a dedicated macro mode. This will make it possible for you to enjoy super-telephoto photography without compromising sharp and clear resolution. The camera also features functions that make it easier to use as a high-power zoom model, such as a Snap-back zoom button and Side zoom control, as well as a shooting mode dial that enables immediate switching between frequently used shooting modes. It’s also SnapBridge compatible, so high-quality images can be automatically downloaded to a smart device making it easy to share your Spring Break adventures.
The Sony A6400 is a mid-range compact system camera that packs some seriously advanced shooting modes and autofocus features into a travel-friendly form. Not only does this camera have the world’s fastest autofocus, it’s also a promising camera for vloggers or those who like to shoot a lot of video with their stills. It can shoot 4K at 30fps or 1080p at up to 120fps for slo-mo, with that fast hybrid autofocus promising to keep subjects in focus and the option of tapping the screen to pull focus, thanks to that new touchscreen. A first for a Sony APS-C camera is the option of recording in HLG (Hybrid Log Gamma), which means you can shoot HDR-ready footage of your Spring Break trip for your TV directly in the camera. For even more exceptional images, add the Sony FE 135mm F1.8 GM G Master Full-frame E-mount Telephoto Prime Lens for outstanding resolution and exquisite bokeh.
Capture every moment of your Spring Break adventure with one of these new arrivals from Beachcamera.com!