Nikon Coolpix L110 Review

July 12, 2010 | Zoltan Arva-Toth |

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The Nikon L110 is an affordable 12.1MP superzoom camera. With a broad-ranging 15x optical zoom that's equivalent to a wide 28mm through to a 420mm telephoto equivalent. Plus it's a pleasant surprise that the L110 can be found for just under £200 at its initial release.
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Superzoom cameras may cost almost as much as cheap digital SLRs, but they'll never be as good. What you're really looking for is versatility and value for money. On that basis, the Nikon Coolpix L110, basic as it is, scores very highly indeed.
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While the L110 succeeds the L100 it isn't replacing it just yet, and the two models will sit side-by-side in Nikon's line-up. While the L110 is still very easy to use it is a more advanced camera than its predecessor, offering a few more features to bring it up to date in a fast-moving market. The most obvious addition is its 720p HD video recording capability with stereo audio. Less obvious is the three-inch 460k monitor screen, double the resolution of the previous model. Inevitably the sensor resolution has also been increased from 10.1 to 12.1 megapixels. The lens is the same 15x zoom f/3.5-5.4 unit as the L100, equivalent to 28-420mm, and the camera also features sensor-shift image stabilisation, essential with a lens of this size.
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