Nikon Coolpix L22 Review

July 15, 2010 | Zoltan Arva-Toth |

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Reviews of the Nikon Coolpix L22 from around the web. »

Can budget cameras really be any good? Yes, absolutely. The Nikon Coolpix L22 is solid, well made, easy to use and practical. It's limited in its zoom range, though, and the lack of manual ISO control is a definite drawback.
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Last week I reviewed the PowerShot A490, the ground-floor model in Canon's compact camera range. Today I'm taking a look at the equivalent model from Nikon, the CoolPix L22. One of Nikon's new launches for Spring 2010, the L22 is a 12-megapixel budget compact featuring a 3.6x zoom lens and a sharp 230k 3-inch LCD monitor. It was announced at the same time as the almost identical 8-megapixel CoolPix L21, and together the two cameras are the bargain-basement entry level of Nikon's compact range. The L22 currently sells for around £80, and the L21 for around £70.
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The Nikon COOLPIX L22 is a budget compact with a 12 Megapixel CCD sensor, 3in screen and 3.6x optical zoom lens. Replacing the hugely popular COOLPIX L20, it's one of five COOLPIX compacts released concurrently in February 2010 ranging from budget models to the new P100 HD-capable super-zoom.
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