Review Nikon Coolpix L4

Review Nikon Coolpix L4 Steves Digicams has posted a Nikon Coolpix L4 review and write: “The overall image quality of its 4-megapixel High quality mode was very good. Our outdoor samples were sharp, well exposed and had pleasing colour saturation. The exposure system did a great job of capturing sky detail, although whites were sometimes blown-out in bright sunlight. Like the other members of Nikon’s L-series, ISO sensitivity is fully automatic; there’s no manual adjustment available. I saw very little noise when the camera was using a lower ISO setting, but as with most consumer models, these levels will become more noticeable as the sensitivity is increased. Its Nikkor 3x optical zoom lens offers the typical amount of versatility when composing your shots, and covers a 35mm equivalent range of approx. 38 – 114mm. Although it favours the telephoto end of the zoom range, the 38mm wide angle extreme will be sufficient for most indoor shooting as well as landscapes. The lens exhibited noticeable barrel distortion at full wide angle, but essentially no pin cushioning at the telephoto end. Chromatic aberration, also known as “purple fringing”, was very well controlled, with only very slight amounts present around highlights or brightly lit subjects.”

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