Nikon Coolpix L620 Review

October 14, 2013 | Matt Grayson | |

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#1 Steffano Neapolitano

High noise from 125 iso , nightmare fatal picture quality , most bad pictures quality from all digital cameras of 2013 year , very bad pictures quality ,
SHAME nikon very shame

1:45 pm - Monday, October 14, 2013

#2 Dan Johnson

Nikon has the know how and resources to make a great $200 camera but once again produces one that cannot rise above mediocrity. What a disappointment.

4:32 pm - Monday, October 14, 2013

#3 C.Y.Leow

Horrible resolution! I don’t know why Nikon bother, what is the point of having 18MP of crap?

1:16 am - Tuesday, October 15, 2013

#4 imagecam

useability is very horrible , nikon has to go under some changes for better performance or simply check for canons new version going on with latest deals and offer

6:30 am - Tuesday, October 15, 2013



6:30 pm - Wednesday, December 25, 2013

#6 Jayson

This thing is a power vacuum. So far, i can only take 50 pictures per day before the batteries runs out. Videos are less than 2 minutes. Returning to store.

8:32 pm - Tuesday, January 14, 2014

#7 Joseph

Really very helpful review..! Thanks a lot! I was thinking of buying Nikon Coolpix L620 rather than Nikon Coolpix S6500 before reading this review. But after reading this I understood S6500 is more better! I really appreciate your effort for providing this detailed review! Thanks a lot..!

5:42 pm - Sunday, February 16, 2014

#8 daniela

i got this camera for a Christmas gift. battery is always exhausted and will not turn on with out taking out the battery and putting it back in. really bummed out. tried to return it to best buy.they would not take it back and told me to send it back to the manufacture.  did that it came back unopened. so now i still have my messed up camera. could any one please tell me the right place to send it? i would really like to use it sense i can not return it. wont buy from best buy again.

10:20 pm - Sunday, April 20, 2014

#9 gdl

Blurred pics every time. Sloooooooooooooooooooow at everything. Garbage compared to my 10 year old Canon Power Shot. Who thinks they can sell this failure?!

2:20 am - Tuesday, May 13, 2014

#10 Lidia

This is a terrible camera.  The batteries are sucked dry immediately.  50 pictures,,,,,I wish!  I miss my Canon Power Shot.  DON"T BUY THIS SHITTY CAMERA.

12:55 pm - Saturday, June 28, 2014

#11 Barb

Bought this camera in December, very unimpressed. Now it keeps telling me batteries are exhausted, even with new batteries! The first few months it seemed like batteries had short shelf life but getting shorter as time went on. Now probably out of warranty but will not work at all!! Very frustrating! Recovery time between shots is very long also.

10:09 pm - Thursday, July 10, 2014

#12 Charles

need to buy a Nikon picture program to make this work.. other wise you have to remove the sd card, (hopefully you put on in) to read the pics on a windows computer…..will not do USB download… windows will not load the drivers for this camera… I am currently looking for a different camera.. does anyone know who took over kodaks cameras… they worked with everything…

4:57 am - Sunday, September 28, 2014

#13 Gloria

I have taken lots of photos with this camera, but am unable to load them onto my computer from the camera’s memory card. I have run the software programs and followed all the instructions provided with the software disk. I regret buying this camera since I can’t get their special software to work, and all my photos are still in the camera.

12:15 am - Saturday, November 29, 2014

#14 Paul

I just purchased this camera from a Goodwill store.  So far I am VERY impressed with the quality of the photos it takes.  Of course I have had some very problematic cameras in the past, so my expectations are quite low.  In some ways, it this camera out performs my Canon EOS Rebel.  I paid 99.99 USD for this camera so take that into consideration.

11:57 pm - Tuesday, December 16, 2014

#15 Mattie

Takes great pictures, but get “battery exhausted” message as soon as I press the record button, even with fresh batteries.

9:51 pm - Thursday, December 18, 2014

#16 Zoltan

Im happy with my Nikon.Yes You can compare this model with the other models,but do not forget they cams every day with new models out.Battery life?I have eneloop rechargeable.With transfering pics on the COMP.I didt have any problem.The video is HD quality,pics is best with no flash.And is small and akceptable price.

1:30 pm - Wednesday, December 24, 2014

#17 Sheila

This camera uses regular batteries but the life of theses batteries are so short that I can only get a few pics and maybe a short video then the camera comes on and says battery exhausted! Very frustrating! 

8:12 pm - Sunday, July 26, 2015

#18 Anukool Singh

I want to to buy a cmaera .. I am so confuse between Nikon L340 and Nikon L620 .. Plz help me plz .which is best ...

2:25 am - Tuesday, September 29, 2015

#19 Zdenek

Don’t buy this camera. It takes good pictures, but it’s very slow.

5:48 am - Saturday, January 16, 2016

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