It's nesting time for Raptors here in Colorado and I wanted something I could video or photograph them with for fun. My D800 isn't a sports shooter as you know and the longest lens I have is a 24-120mm F4. I thought seriously about buying a D500 and a 150-600mm sigma but thats a lot of coin for occasionally shooting birds. I still needed something longer than 120mm. So I looked around and ran across a few local birders using the compact DSLR's with mega zooms. Being a Nikon guy, I went with the Coolpix B700. Now the B700 is only 60X and the P900 is 83x, I went the route I did because the B700 has 4k. I realize you give up a lot of quality with super zooms but this is more for fun than anything else. Anyhow, here is a 4k zoom test video I did of a Red-Tail Hawk. It's supposed to be 4k but it's only showing up as 1440p. I'm not sure whats going on there.