Nikon Coolpix L310

February 1, 2012 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Digital Compact Cameras | 96 Comments | |
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Nikon UK has just announced the AA battery powered, 14-megapixel Nikon Coolpix L310 with 21x optical zoom. Apart from its remarkable 25-525mm equivalent zoom lens, the Nikon L310 also offers a high-resolution 3” display, and 720p HD movie recording with optical zoom and auto focus. In addition, the camera features 17 scene modes and Nikon’s Smart Portrait System with Smile Timer, Blink Proof and Red Eye Fix and Skin Softening technologies. The Coolpix L310 will hit the shelves on 15th March at a recommended retail price of £199.99 / €236.00.

Nikon Press Release

Zoom in on the action with the L310

Easy-to-use, high-zoom camera for a variety of shooting situations

RRP: £199.99 / €236

Sales Start Date: 15th March 2012

London, UK, 1 Feb 2011 – Nikon today announces the COOLPIX L310, a high zoom camera that combines superior image quality with the flexibility of a long zoom, making it ideal for all types of photography. The camera’s 14-megapixel sensor and 21x wide-angle optical zoom lens work together to produce stunning results, whether you are shooting stills or HD movies.

“The COOLPIX L310 offers excellent shooting versatility thanks to the wide angle 21x NIKKOR zoom lens” said James Loader, Consumer Product Manager at Nikon UK. “Add to this the simple design and advanced auto technologies, you have a fantastic camera that gets you close to the action with minimum effort.”

Creative flexibility

An excellent performer with impressive range, the COOLPIX L310 is an easy to use compact camera that benefits from an impressive 21x optical zoom, high resolution 3 inch LCD and HD (720p) movie recording.

From extraordinary panoramas to close up action, you can capture it all with the powerful NIKKOR 21x optical zoom lens (25-525mm).  The L310 offers the exceptional image quality Nikon is known for, maximising the 14 megapixel CCD sensor, high ISO capability (6400) for low light shooting and four anti-blur technologies for super sharp images.

Creative photographers will enjoy the ability to record HD (720p) movies, accessible via the dedicated movie-record button that allows you to switch between shooting stills and images with ease.  Optical zoom with autofocus function is available during recording, and photos and movies can be conveniently taken and viewed on the large 7.5 cm (3 inch) high-resolution LCD monitor.

Easy to use, stunning results

The COOLPIX L310 has been built with convenience and comfort in mind; having a dedicated button for movies and with the auto control function buttons being positioned for easy access.

Novice photographers will benefit from camera’s auto controls, including the 17 scene modes which can be selected to fix the settings for popular photographic styles, effects and locations to ensure you capture the best image.  For added ease, the Scene Auto Selector mode allows the camera to select the optimum Scene mode for the situation you’re shooting in, so all you need to do is point and shoot! Stunning portraits are possible using the Smart portrait system which features Smile Timer, Blink Proof and Red Eye Fix and Skin Softening for flawless subjects every time.

For added convenience the COOLPIX L310 is powered by four AA-size batteries. The COOLPIX L310 is available in black.

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#1 pauline

how does this compare with the Nikon coolpix L120?

8:26 am - Saturday, April 28, 2012

#2 Ertu?rul Paçal

I bought this new one of Nikon Coolpix L310 !

Quiet using . Also comfort and economic.I am pleased

to buy this capable machine L310.


3:17 pm - Tuesday, May 29, 2012

#3 libra

i just bought nikon l310 but the red eye light not working,can any1 tel how will it work?

2:02 am - Saturday, June 2, 2012

#4 shashikanth

i brought a new nikon coolpix L310. after an hour or so i switched on the camera by closing the lence cap. then in the camera display, it showed, 'switch off the camera, open the lence cap, and then switch on'. i did the same. but it was of no use. can anybody suggest me what may be the problem?

12:33 pm - Saturday, June 2, 2012

#5 libra

dear shashikant, if u complety turn off the camera, take out the battries and turn it on again and then go to setting and reset it. May b i wil help u.
Can u tell me is ur camera red eye light working or no? The light on the right side of lens

2:03 pm - Saturday, June 2, 2012

#6 jake

A good quality well built camera, my only complaint is that the HD video recording mode picks up thru the internal microphone the (very noisy) sounds of the zoom and apature at work, it makes it unusable for any kind of video work. great still shots though!

10:35 pm - Sunday, June 3, 2012

#7 Fakhruddin

i make review about this camera...
i give 5/5 star for this!

10:14 am - Monday, June 4, 2012

#8 p.sivaprakash

same problem as that of Shasikanth. No use in resetting.

handed over to nikon service center. 1o days gone still waiting.

7:14 am - Tuesday, June 5, 2012

#9 shashikantha

i did everything whatever libra said... but is of no use.... and more than that, the camera dosen't have a reset button! i gave the camera for service and got it reapired today.... now i am not so dare to on it again with the lence cap closed...!!!!

2:19 pm - Wednesday, June 6, 2012

#10 Dipen

hey i'm planning to purchase L310, but one thing is the "AA" battery Rechargeable?

7:48 am - Tuesday, July 31, 2012

#11 p.sivaprakash

yes the give a charger with the camera.

8:15 am - Tuesday, July 31, 2012

#12 Sougata

I want to buy a camera...
anyone can tell me which camera is the best....
Nikon COOLPIX 310 or COOLPIX L120.......??

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7:48 am - Thursday, August 2, 2012

#13 Dipen

Hello Sougata, i think so L120 is not available in market than to L310 has more features than L120.i'll prefer L310.

7:04 am - Friday, August 3, 2012

#14 Nawap

Hello... I want to buy this camera but am confused about its battery life , so many people have said that its battery life is too short so wat if i use a rechargable ?

6:19 am - Thursday, August 9, 2012

#15 Rakhesh

nikon stoped l120. l120 is not available in market. 310 is good one and much battery life. nawap, a
pls use li-thium batteries

7:12 pm - Friday, August 17, 2012

#16 hadi

is the AA' battery rechargable

10:32 am - Saturday, September 1, 2012

#17 monoar

is this camera has only internal memory?
if it is... then its a limitation
or i can use mmc?

11:57 am - Thursday, September 6, 2012

#18 mahesh nama

Hello... I want to buy this camera but am confused about its battery life , so many people have said that its battery life is too short so wat if i use a rechargable ?
this camera is very nice

6:09 pm - Thursday, September 20, 2012

#19 Pablo

Battery life is absolutely ok. I took over 300 photos during week. Now I'm testing it with recharchable one and it works even better.

11:29 am - Tuesday, September 25, 2012

#20 David

PRO's: Fantastic little Camera I'm used to Professional DSLR's this is a very good camera, great results, brilliant zoom for a small bridge camera, excellent battery life, nice build quality and a give away price for the quality,

CON's: a viewfinder would be nice for the zoom on this camera has, LCD screen is good but in bright conditions not easy to see, also pitty does not have a flash gun hot shoe but it is a bridge camera after all not an SLR.

I would still Rate 5 out of 5 though

12:18 pm - Thursday, September 27, 2012

#21 mac

how to click panormic pic in l310

3:44 am - Saturday, October 6, 2012

#22 Pablo

Now I use L310 with recharchable 2500mAh. Works great. I like it more and more.

12:11 pm - Wednesday, October 10, 2012

#23 Amitava De

I have bought a Nikkon L 310 Camera. It's performance is superb but panorama mode is not like sony cameras.

6:08 am - Sunday, October 14, 2012

#24 Amitava De

how to click panormic pic in l310 ??

6:13 am - Sunday, October 14, 2012

#25 vir

i bought L310 and it is quite good. !!
pleasure to do photography. .

5:43 am - Sunday, October 28, 2012

#26 vaibhav

does this camera gives manual shooting abilities

5:00 am - Wednesday, October 31, 2012

#27 Alistair

I bought my wife the L310. In auto mode, for some reason, maybe 40-50% of shots she takes are "fuzzy" with unclear definition. Like camear shake of 'out-of-focus'. Anybody know what I'm missing about the features/settings ??

6:54 am - Monday, November 5, 2012

#28 Dee

I wanna buy me a professional camera, any suggestions??

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10:24 am - Wednesday, November 7, 2012

#29 Hariharan G

Hi All,

Thanks for everyones comment and suggestions. It helps a lot.

Please tell which i should buy,
1 ) Nikon Coolpix S6300 (or)
2) Nikon Coolpix L310. which is better. Am doing dress business. My camera should give the same colour of the dress without much difference. Please suggest considering this

9:18 am - Thursday, November 8, 2012

#30 Vinay Kull

my newly Nikkon L 310 Camera shows battery exhausted while batteried are new. can anybody sugg. me what is wrong with my cam ?

3:11 pm - Monday, November 19, 2012

#31 carolyn

i was wondering about this camera nikon long can you get out of the batteries .do it take clear pics.

1:13 pm - Thursday, November 22, 2012

#32 SLR

I'm having the same problem as alistair. when i take pictures of my toddler the pics come out blurred and no definition. Anybody's help would be nice.

3:54 am - Saturday, November 24, 2012

#33 sp

@slr- make sure the camera is on 16 megapixels. if it's on anything lower it takes fuzzy pics.

3:07 am - Monday, November 26, 2012

#34 slr

Thx, sp unfortunately my L310 only goes to 14.1 mp. So I think it might be a bad buy.

8:31 pm - Monday, November 26, 2012

#35 Ashish

@sp; I am also facing the same problems .i.e. blurred pictures. max resolution this camera has is 14.1 mp. is there anything i am missing in the settings?

9:41 am - Wednesday, November 28, 2012

#36 slr

@Ashish: The viewfinder in my camera never looks clear, even though the camera indicates correct focus and the actual photos are fine. What's wrong?
Some SLR cameras have a sliding control or knob called the "diopter adjustment lever (or knob)" near the
viewfinder opening that adjusts the viewfinder to your vision. If your camera has this adjustment,
it is probably incorrectly set for your eye. Simply slide the lever up or down (or pull out and turn the knob) until the black markings in the viewfinder are clear. Please refer to your camera's instruction manual for details.

If your SLR does not have a built-in diopter adjustment, you may need one of our optional diopter correction lenses to obtain a clear viewfinder image.

9:20 pm - Thursday, November 29, 2012

#37 Ashish

@slr thnks for your comment. my query is in relation to nikon coolpix l310. whenever i am taking pictures i am getting blurred images as output pictures. can you tell me is there any setting which need to be adjusted in this camera

7:58 am - Friday, November 30, 2012

#38 slr

Ashish, I apologize.. Idk how to get my pics to turn out either.. They are still blurry.

1:04 am - Sunday, December 2, 2012

#39 AdityaJadhav

I have recently Brought Nikon L310 amazing cam...can any 1 plz tell me how to use Panorama Mode,i really cannot get a hack of it!!! plz do mail me..

4:19 pm - Sunday, December 2, 2012

#40 Natasha

I bought Nikon S4300. Can anybody tell me is it good or not?

4:18 pm - Friday, December 7, 2012

#41 Amaljith

How to adjust coolpix l310 shutter speed.

12:45 pm - Tuesday, December 11, 2012

#42 Christer Wickman

I have just bought this camera and I love it. I took a great picture of a woodpecker close up with it and it turn out great.

11:32 am - Friday, December 14, 2012

#43 subrata pyne

can i fix extra interchangable nikkor lens in my nikon coolpix L310. If yes then which lenses i hv to use? Please suggest me.

6:59 pm - Friday, December 14, 2012

#44 ina

he there - just bougth the nicon L310 - but its wiered bc although its on "auto" the pics are not clear - based on every little movement?!? can anybody help me out?? would be nice!

10:53 am - Tuesday, December 18, 2012

#45 kashif

i new buy Nikon cool-pix L310 having good experience but i don't know how to use panorama function
any one plz help...

3:58 pm - Wednesday, December 19, 2012

#46 slider25

I brought the Nikon coolpixL310 and would like to take a couple close(close as possible)ups of some old silver dollars, can anyone tell me what setting I should use? I've used the "Auto" mode and with the "Macro" mode together, but the camara just doesn't want to focus clearly as I need to show the dates on the coins...My question is, is there a better setting that would allow to get a closer picture? ... Thanks

8:59 pm - Wednesday, December 19, 2012

#47 Eric

slider25 make sure it is not zoomed out when taking macro, zoom it in for better focus. Good camera for the price, but has some problems focusing at times. Battery life is very good, over 400 photos on one set of batteries. Takes SD memory card, maybe mmc also, cannot change lens.

11:08 am - Saturday, December 22, 2012

#48 Eric

by the way, please nobody think that more megapixels means better photos and vice versa. With the very small sensor size in all of these non-slr cameras practically the opposite is true, and normally a 10mp camera takes better pics than a 16mp camera. On an slr it's very different, they have very large sensors

11:20 am - Saturday, December 22, 2012

#49 Subh

I planned to buy Nikon L810.. But, the user review is not good. As they are saying low light pic too poor, zooming uncontrold, ISO bad, slow to click, and battery backup also poor.

But, I found L310 has high ISO. So, is it better to choice L310, though L810 updated version.

Am also planning to buy canon SX160. But, same problem low light pic bad.

What I should to do?
Help me

8:04 pm - Saturday, December 22, 2012

#50 Subh

How is the closeup snaps?
Is the background defocus impressive??

Plz rply me quick.
I'm gonna buy it in next 2days

8:20 pm - Saturday, December 22, 2012

#51 Abhishek

Eric - Thanks for explaining the megapixel vs image clarity concept. I have always been wondering whay my 5 mp camera took equally good or better pictures than my 10 mp camera.

I would also be greatful if anyone could verify if CMOS sensors are better then CCD in the superzoom compacts. I am confused to choose. I want to buy a camera of compact superzoom type with zoom (16x and above) and good image quality and especially low light / indoor images. Any suggestions appreciated.

9:56 pm - Thursday, January 3, 2013

#52 kshaif

Recently purchased (2) L310 from target. One on black friday for $99.00. Three days later target in Camarrillo had a close out sale on the L310 for $69.00. At that price what would you do ? I bought another one. To fix focus problem upgrade your card to class 10. press and hold shutter button half way down allow camera to focus then complete your plung. Perfect picture everytime.

6:31 am - Saturday, January 5, 2013

#53 Moe

I have Nikon coolpix L310 from a friend of mine, I want to blur the background and make only one object sharper, please tell me how can I do so with this cam?

12:06 pm - Monday, January 7, 2013

#54 kshaif

The L310 has a auto focus feature, when you point the camara at your subject allow the camera to focus this may take a second or two,you will hear the camera working to focus. as you peer in your view finder you will see two RED brackets framing your subject wait until the brackets turn GREEN. the subject will be in focus and your background will be out of focus.

8:38 pm - Monday, January 7, 2013

#55 Mladen

Can you tell me about night photos are they good

12:51 pm - Friday, January 11, 2013

#56 kshaif

Night photos are good you need to be 4-5 feet away from subject to utilize flash.Photos without flash will require you to use one of the preset controls to accomadate low lighting. Dusk/dawn,night landscaping,fireworks select what type of photo you are shooting from the menu,and the camera does the rest. You have about 35 preset controls to use.

4:40 pm - Friday, January 11, 2013

#57 gabby

Hi I just bought this camera but I can not find a setting where my pictures wont be extremely blurry if someone moves just a little. Those who shared they had the same problem did you get it fixed?

4:53 pm - Monday, January 14, 2013

#58 kshaif

Hi Gabby, Place the setting to Easy Auto Mode. Start with a close-up shot. The camera takes a little longer to focus than most. push shutter button halfway down until you hear the motorixed lens working,frame subject, wait until it has completely dialed in your subject,then complete your plung.
The trick is to push shutter halfway,frame,and shoot.

5:17 pm - Monday, January 14, 2013

#59 iaimeinIV

here's the link for L310's specs..

2:37 am - Friday, January 18, 2013

#60 Saqib


I just bought this camera and loving it. Except one major issue. Some of my pictures come blur while others dont. Help please.

11:45 am - Friday, January 25, 2013

#61 Sam

does the nikon have a flash option?

9:20 pm - Saturday, January 26, 2013

#62 kshaif

Yes it has several.Somethings to keep in mind with the flash, you still need to manaully press button to open flash on top of camera.Red eye reduction activated, you need to hold focus alot longer as the flash will flash several times before the shutter will release the delay is very noticable, if you dont need the red eye reduction on it is best to not use it until you are comfortable with the delay.

10:33 pm - Sunday, January 27, 2013

#63 hemanth

I heard this camara battery backup is not good.. from full charge we can take upto 60-70pics.. can any one suggest me it could be better to buy or can i go with some other one..

5:11 pm - Monday, January 28, 2013

#64 kshaif

The battery life depends on the type of batteries you use. I get excellent battery yeild. with a Eneriger NiMH rechargeable set for $16.00 including charger. Still on first charge since Jan 1, over 400 pics, most without flash. Tip download CD and edit pics from PC and not your camera, will save batteries.

8:09 pm - Monday, January 28, 2013

#65 Anirudh

Nikon L-810 is the advanced version of L-310.
Still people say that L-310 is better.
It is just a rumour or is L-310 better dan L-810..?

9:10 pm - Monday, January 28, 2013

#66 Anirudh

Are the pics taken during evening and night hours using L-310 blurred..?
If yes then can anyone suggest me which cam to go for..

9:12 pm - Monday, January 28, 2013

#67 kshaif

You have to work around the night pics as the flash is not very strong and you can not upgrade it. Make sure subjects are lit with secondary lighting.Tip#1 for night pics do not use red-eye reduction, the camera will flash several times prior to the shutter releasing, most people will think the camera has taken the pic and move prematurly causing a blurred mess. A lot of poeple like the L-310 because of the price.If you move up to the 510 or 810 you should get a full DSLR camera for the same money.

The L310 is two steps down from the L-810.

12:40 am - Tuesday, January 29, 2013

#68 Anirudh

thnks a lot Kshaif.. :)
Rather than taking L310 or L810 i'm ordering Fujifilm S-3300..

5:41 pm - Tuesday, January 29, 2013

#69 aashish

how is NIKON L-310??? Is it worth to buy it??

7:53 pm - Sunday, February 3, 2013

#70 kshaif

The L-310 is a great buy at $100.00-$150.00. Excellent lens with 21X zoom, size does matter the camera can be operated with one hand.Good for sporting events and vacations when you dont want to lug around a ton of equipment. I compared some of my pic with a camera that cost $1500.00, and the L-310 held its own. Here is my set-up.
L-310 Camera $69.00,8GB Flash 30MB/s, Class 10 Ultra San disk $19.00, Energizer NiMN rechargable batteries and charger $16.00, Eye-fi card $40.00, Total $144.00 for 14.1 Megs / 21X Zoom / wifi / camera all new equipment plus the camera can shoot 10 to 20 minutes of 720 video as well. If you can find a camera with more features for less let me know ?

4:33 pm - Monday, February 4, 2013

#71 mohamed

i am new in using the l310

can some one give help on
- how to avoid blurred images
- use the option of micro pics

1:21 am - Friday, February 8, 2013

#72 Joe

I bought this camera and have tried everything and all it takes is blured pictures as the I can hear the shutter and the speed is slow 1 to 2 sec.
they make junk....don't buy

6:34 pm - Sunday, February 10, 2013

#73 Kamran Chatha

Hi there bought a L310 2 weeks ago from dubai and Day pictures are simply out of the world its awsome for some one like me not at all specialized in photography i like to take pics when in car of different milestones and objects o. The way or on a cruise. For day time it does wonders but at night i usually take crap photos specially if the object is really far... Even for the near objects many times it turn out to be blurred. But i think i shouldnt blame the camera i havent gone through a single page of the manual and not even used the CD which came with it...


So i wd say its a good buy! With an awesome zoom just love it!
If only some one cd teach me to take long distance clear photos with this device it would be the best thing to happen for me!

8:43 pm - Friday, February 15, 2013

#74 Joe

Well I returned the camera and got the same l310 and took it home. The zoom function button didn't want to work at first. When I went to take a picture it would come into focus and the go right by the focus to a blurred shot. The camera was on easy. I returned the camera and just returned it. worst camera I ever seen. Two brand new nikon cameras,L310 junk. I know I had enough.

9:38 pm - Friday, February 15, 2013

#75 kshaif

Remember for long distant shots,when using the 21X zoom it also magnifies the movements of the camera, so even a slight wobble of the hand will magnify that movement 21X more(blurred shots). use the stabling tool and if you have a small tripod use it for set shots.

7:19 pm - Saturday, February 16, 2013

#76 malee7o98

i am Puzzled between nikon l310 and fujifilm s4000 ,, can any body help me or give me an advice ??

7:41 pm - Thursday, February 21, 2013

#77 malee7o98

@kshaif can u help me plzz ,, i am a
beginner so i want a camera in a GD price with a good specifications ,, so i am Puzzled between nikon l310 and fujifilm s4000 ,, can any body help me or give me an advice ??

7:54 pm - Thursday, February 21, 2013

#78 kshaif

fujifilm s4000 wins!!! I have not used the Fuji S4000, but the fact that it has a better zoom, and a view finder gives it the edge. I cant speak on the quailty of the pictures. but the features are excellent. only problem for me is the look of the material too much plastic.

5:33 pm - Friday, February 22, 2013

#79 mohamed

exactly i have changed mine with a Fujifilim s4000
and it has more options , easier to use

9:54 pm - Saturday, February 23, 2013

#80 Kamran Chatha

Hey i read an article on the net a very simpler solution and it worked as a charm for me, that increase ISO which i did and im more then happy with my came now :-D

10:57 pm - Saturday, February 23, 2013

#81 lola132

how to take pic with out it getting blurry of out of focus.. sometimes the pictures are beautiful but sometime i cant take even one good picture.. please help!!

3:54 pm - Tuesday, February 26, 2013

#82 akhilesh

I want to purchase a new camera but i am confue to buy L310 or L810. Any one suggeust me for which to go.

6:31 am - Monday, March 4, 2013

#83 gail

can i ask if what can i do with my coolpic L310 because the left side of the photos i've taken is blurr if it is zoom out..but if zoom out the blur is not present.. is it with the lens? what can i do..please help me...

1:55 am - Friday, March 8, 2013

#84 gail

can i ask if what can i do with my coolpix L310 because the left side of the photos i've taken is blurr if it is zoom out..but if zoom in the blur is not present.. is it with the lens? what can i do..please help me... it wasnt blur until i let it borrwed to my friend..

1:57 am - Friday, March 8, 2013

#85 Shankar

i purchased nikon coolpix L310. My camera is not displaying 'switch off the camera, open the lens cap, and then switch on'

can u please guide me

4:20 am - Tuesday, March 12, 2013

#86 Vishnu Gupta

I purchase Nikon l310 and found that if my hand shake or the person shake from his location It capture shaked image. can any one tell me the solution for this

6:57 am - Tuesday, April 2, 2013

#87 myra

Got this camera as a Christmas present, had to get it exchanged less than 2 weeks later because every time I tried to turn it on it would tell me to take the lens cap off ... IT WAS NEVER ON ! ... now, 4 months later after literally using it less than a handful of times, it doesn't turn on telling me BATTERY EXHAUSTED with BRAND NEW lithium batteries in them. I love the way it takes pictures but its a total waste to me with all these problems it shouldn't be having!!!!!

9:12 pm - Saturday, June 15, 2013

#88 Valerie

I bought this last fall I have some really great pictures but most recently it is using batteries after two pictures I had 12 batteries in the package and have just put 4 new ones in today I went out to take some pictures in my garden and it closes up?? This is frustrating as you can miss a great picture due too the batteries....don't know what else to do.....never had this problem with our little digital cameras and their rechargeable batteries.

6:43 pm - Saturday, June 22, 2013

#89 loudo

Does anyone know how to turn off shutter sound on the L310 like you can on the L100?

11:28 am - Saturday, July 20, 2013

#90 Umesh

I am trying to use panorama shots but its not possible, its taking all individual shots and we need to click every time while taking panorama, if anyone knows how to operate panorama please help me

5:10 am - Monday, August 5, 2013

#91 mimi

I cannot figure out how to do panorama pictures on this camera and its driving me mad! Someone tell me how to do it please.

4:12 pm - Saturday, August 24, 2013


I am trying to use panorama shots but its not possible, its taking all individual shots.

12:36 pm - Thursday, October 17, 2013

#93 raj

I hav a Nikon L310 nd it is sayng
"Batteries Exhausted" whn i strt the cam nd turn
off..whts the problm wid dat bro u hav any idea

12:04 pm - Saturday, November 9, 2013

#94 David ROberts

Coolpix L310 was fantastic for 15mnths and now suddenly all moving objects, such as grandkids, are blurred. I have tried every setting with no success. I notice lots of peoople complaining about blurred images - anyone find an answer?


8:11 am - Wednesday, December 4, 2013

#95 Cristiana Nicolae

Please, can anyone tell me exactly how to reset this camera? I could not find any reset button. In the menu I see "Settings" but there is only firmware info. Nothing else!

4:11 am - Friday, August 1, 2014

#96 mike chapman

Does anyone know if the nikon coolpix l310 has a other body number other than the sticker on the under side? I had one back from repair today and swear that its not the same body! It has the right sticker on it with the right number but i think that someone has changed the sticker and put it on another body! Thankyou and look forward to hearing!

4:41 pm - Thursday, February 12, 2015