Nikon Coolpix L3 Reviews

Nikon Coolpix L3 Reviews Digital Photography Interface has reviewed the Nikon Coolpix L3 and write: “Another new camera entering the densely crowded entry-level camera category is the Nikon Coolpix L3. Average battery life, Nikon features, lots of scene modes, in-camera help and it’s super cheap at about US$150. Sadly, the Coolpix L3 has some “super cheap” features as well, such as a slow lens, small and low-resolution LCD, miles-away 10 cm macro mode, no manual ISO selection and slow performance. Even with the excellent movie mode, the quality of the video is just terrible! Images have too high noise levels and quality is just average.”

Steves Digicams has published a Nikon Coolpix L3 review, here’s his conclusion: “AUTO record mode is the point-n-shoot mode that lets anyone get great pictures with little or no fuss. The 5M icon indicates the image resolution is 5-megapixels at Fine quality and there’s 200 pictures remaining at the current image resolution. The zoom lens gauge is shown for a few moments whenever the focal length is changed. When you half-press the shutter release, the autofocus is locked and the exposure is calculated and set. If autofocus was successful the AF dot icon is green, if it fails it is red and blinks.”

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