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Nikon COOLPIX L620 18.1 MP CMOS Digital Camera with 14x Zoom Lens and Full 1080p HD Video (Red)

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  • 14x Zoom-NIKKOR glass lens and comfortable grip
  • Lens-shift VR image stabilization
  • 18.1 megapixel BSI CMOS image sensor
  • Large, high resolution 3.0-inch display
  • Full HD (1080p) video in stereo
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Color: Red
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 4 x 4 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00ECGX9TW
  • Item model number: 26426
  • Batteries 2 AA batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (82 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #481 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 7, 2013

Product Description

Color: Red

From the Manufacturer


Photo of a man shooting a cityscape with the Nikon COOLPIX L620

Life is a blur—your pictures shouldn't be.
Life is full of moments worth remembering, but they don't always happen in ideal picture taking conditions—a dimly lit restaurant, a distant sport field, a bumpy historic train ride and so much more. Fortunately, the COOLPIX L620 offers clear advantages for capturing those elusive moments. Its ergonomic design with a comfortable grip, outstanding 14x zoom NIKKOR glass lens and large 3" LCD make it easy to frame the ideal shot, even when it's far in the distance. Just bring your subject into view and let target-finding AF lock on and provide focus right where you want it. A little camera shake is no problem—lens-shift Vibration Reduction keeps photos and Full HD 1080p videos sharper and steadier. And since the COOLPIX L620 uses and advanced CMOS image sensor, you often won't even need to use the flash in low-light situations. For every moment that matters, the COOLPIX L620 is ready.






Photo of a man on a mountain bike, inset with a closeup of him, shot with the COOLPIX L620

Zoom into the action

14x wide-angle to telephoto Zoom NIKKOR glass lens makes the shot possible

Every COOLPIX is designed around a geniune NIKKOR glass lens, the legendary optics that have made Nikon famous. The COOLPIX L620 features a 14x Zoom NIKKOR lens that takes you from wide-angle group shots to telephoto close-ups in an instant. And don't worry about a little camera shake—lens-shift Vibration Reduction keeps the shot steadier even when your hands are not.

Portrait of a woman shot with the easy to use COOLPIX L620

Master the camera in no time

Simple, convenient operation for stress-free shooting

The COOLPIX L620 is so easy to use, anyone can take great photos and videos with it. Just turn the camera on, point, shoot and marvel at the results. For maximum point-and-shoot convenience, select Easy Auto Mode. It automatically optimizes the camera settings for each shot, no matter how challenging the situation. You'll be free to enjoy the moment while you capture it.

Photo of a kid diving into a pool, and the Full HD icon showing the COOLPIX L620's video capabilities

Record superior videos

Full HD 1080p videos with stereo sound for dazzling movies

If you want a compact camera that shoots stunning Full HD videos, the COOLPIX L620 delivers. Full HD 1080p means great video quality. Record the action, then connect to an HDTV* and watch your videos come alive. A built-in mic records high-quality audio in stereo. Your videos will look and sound phenomenal.

*Requires HDMI cable (sold separately)








examples showing blur in a photo and no blur when the VR is used, on the COOLPIX L620

Don't sweat a little camera shake

Lens-shift Vibration Reduction ensures all of your photos and videos are steady, even if your hands are not. Say goodbye to blurry photos, shaky videos and tripods.

photo of a waterskiier showing the low-light capabilities of the COOLPIX L620

Dazzle with every shot

Create truly exceptional photos and Full HD videos in nearly any light. An 18.1-megapixel CMOS low-light image sensor delivers superior image quality, versatility and low-light performance.



photo of two hikers outdoors highlighting scene modes on the COOLPIX L620

Let the camera call the shots

Easily match your situation to one of 18 Scene Modes like Beach, Snow, Night Portrait, Sunset and enjoy effortless great shots. Or, choose Easy Auto Mode and let the camera choose for you.

photo showing selective color possible when using the COOLPIX L620

Turn the ordinary into extraordinary

Easily apply fun and creative Image Effects like Selective Color, Miniature, Skin Softening and more right from the camera—no need for additional photo or video-editing software.



Supplied Accessories

  • AN-CP19 Strap
  • UC-E16 USB Cable
  • Two AA-size Alkaline Batteries
  • Nikon ViewNX 2 CD
  • Nikon ViewNX 2 CD

Product Description

Life is full of moments worth remembering, but they don't always happen in ideal picture taking conditions. A dimly lit restaurant, a distant sport field or a bumpy historic train ride can shake even the best photographer - literally! Fortunately, the COOLPIX L620 offers clear advantages for capturing those elusive moments. Its ergonomic design with a comfortable grip, outstanding 14x Zoom-NIKKOR glass lens and large 3.0" LCD screen make it easy to frame the ideal shot, even when it's far in the distance. Just bring your subject into view and let the target-finding AF lock on and provide focus right where you want it. A little camera shake is no problem - lens-shift Vibration Reduction keeps photos and Full HD (1080p) videos sharp and steady. And since the COOLPIX L620 uses an advanced 18.1 megapixel CMOS image sensor, you'll rarely need to use the flash in low-light situations. For every moment that matters, the COOLPIX L620 is ready. With Easy Auto Mode, the camera determines the scene and automatically sets itself accordingly Large, high resolution 3.0-inch display provides crisp, colorful viewing and playback Capture Full HD (1080p) videos in stereo with the one touch record button Powered by a pair of AA batteries for added versatility and convenience Built-in Special Effects help you take and share both stills and videos with a creative touch Specifications Image Sensor - 1/2.3 in. CMOS Sensor Effective Pixels - 18.1 million Lens - 14x optical Zoom, NIKKOR ED glass lens Focal Length - 4.5-63.0mm (25-350mm lens in 35mm format) Vibration Reduction - Lens-shift VR Autofocus (AF) - Contrast-detect AF Monitor - 3.0-inch diagonal TFT LCD (approx. 460K dots, 96% coverage) File System - DCF, EXIF 2.3, DPOF compliant File Formats - Still - JPEG, Movies - MOV (MPEG-4 AVC/H.264, Audio - LPCM stereo) Image Size - Still up to 4896 x 3672; Movie up to Full HD 1920 x 1080p / 30fps

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138 of 142 people found the following review helpful By Gordon Olivant on September 15, 2013
Color Name: Red Verified Purchase
We purchased the Nikon Coolpix L620 on August 30, 2013 to replace our 2008 vintage Coolpix which was lost in a white water spill after 5 years of great pictures. Several days after receiving the L620 we headed off to Great Smokey Mountains National Park for a week of relaxation and pictures. Several hundred pictures later in a variety of compositions and lighting we return giving the L620 high marks. Needless to say the 18MP images render a sharp crisp picture. We didn't buy this camera to take low rez pictures so all of ours were at full resolution. In non flash situations the camera was able to recycle in less than a second between independent pictures. When a flash was used, often as a fill flash which produced amazing results, there is a noticeable time between pictures approaching 2 seconds which was not a problem at all. The 14x zoom was great when taking wildlife pictures although the automatic settings resulted in a slower than desired shutter speed resulting in a few blurred images. Perhaps the most impressive result was the vibrancy of the colors, exceeding expectations for a camera of this size and price. Performance in low light and foggy situations was notably good.

Now for the rational for the 4 rather than 5 stars. We purchased the L620 in part because it uses 2 AA batteries rather than rectangular customs. With our last camera on several occasions we found ourselves without a spare battery so the ready availability of AA's made dealing with the lesser battery life a reasonable compromise: carrying an extra set in our pocket is easy. In a variety of lighting situations ours averaged 73 pictures (again at max resolution and mixed flash) over the trip (Duracell NiMH 2450mAh). Not bad performance. What was surprising is the lack of warning that you were about to run dry.
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50 of 56 people found the following review helpful By ✓Onońdagegá on November 5, 2013
Color Name: Black
When I received this camera and saw the excellent pictures it took for the price, I was really excited. And I was even more impressed with the low-light ability. But after having it for 2 weeks and have gone through 10 AA batteries, I have to withdraw my recommendation for this camera. It literally eats batteries. My last Kodak Easyshare would use 2 batteries in 2 weeks with my normal usage. Also, EVERY compact camera I have owned gives you a low battery warning so you can have time to change them before you lose that once-in-a-lifetime shot.This one does not. It will just die or freeze up. I really wish this wasn't so since I otherwise liked the camera. Nikon really messed up big time on this model.
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26 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Carolina Fan on December 26, 2013
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
As a serious semi pro who mainly uses a DSLR, I've taken over 4000 excellent shots with the Nikon L610. The new L620 does have a more sensitive CMOS for low light photos- but Nikon, has short changed us with several serious drawbacks with the L620-perhaps to keep the price the same. While the CMOS is more sensitive, it has two serious drawbacks. First is a much slower shutter speed, without flash in any of the "Auto" scene modes. Unless the subject is really still, you're going to get blur and far less color saturation- and a much more washed out shot. The second problem is the flash on the L620. It takes 15 to 20 seconds for the flash capacitor to recharge the flash between shots- compared to only a second or two with the L610- even worse, the flash doesn't even start to charge until you hold down the shutter half way! Think 30 seconds between flash shots. On the L620's menu, you no longer have the option to permanently turn off the dreaded "red eye reduction" double flash and now have to maneuver around it with each flash setting.

Nikon should learn that they set the benchmark for AA Lithium cameras with the L610 and that those of us who love it are willing to pay more for significant upgrades- not a stripped out "new" version, with serious flaws, which they've given us in the L620. Nikon usually builds a camera to an excellent standard and not to a price, which they've done here.
I returned the L620 for a refund- and am again- happily shooting with my L610, which is a superior camera.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Scott on March 12, 2014
Color Name: Black
I purchased this camera in preparation for a two week trip to Asia. I have the LR6 Alkaline batteries and only got about 40 pictures before the batteries were exhausted. After two days, three sets of batteries and only 110 pictures later, I switched to using my cell phone.

UPDATE:
I bit the bullet and purchased the Nikon charger and batteries. (EN-MH2-B4/MH-73 2 hour Charger with 4 2300mAh Ni-MH AA). I took the camera on a weekend camping trip and took a ton of pictures and video. Still plenty of life left in them. So, battery issue solved. After extensive use of the camera, I don't have any real complaints. It was a bit slow at times with focus and I had to turn it off/on to get it going again. Maybe it was the cold temperatures.
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23 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Friend on October 28, 2013
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
I had this camera for less than a month before I decided to return it without getting a replacement. It had a defect: while I was shooting video, it would randomly stop the video and shut down after it flashed a "low battery" warning. This occurred even when the battery was brand new and still working perfectly as was proven after turning the camera back on and taking numerous photos while the battery indicator showed full, and the camera never turned off. This issue aside, I have more issues with this camera.
I purchased this camera specifically to be able to quickly pick up a camera and snap pictures of birds in our backyard. I have a Nikon D40x (digital SLR camera) but using it quickly has not seemed to work very well, and my wife does not know how to use it. Using this Nikon coolpix L620 I use the auto and easy auto mode to shoot so that regardless of the conditions, I can take quick pics. One of the issues that I've noticed is that it takes a long time to focus. It begins at pretty much already focused, then moves through the extreme possible focus range back to the original focus. This takes a bit longer than a second, which is frustrating when I have a short window of opportunity. Also, I've noticed that even when I have zoomed in on a bird so that it is in the center of the view window, filling half of it or more, with nothing obstructing in front of it, it frequently does not focus on the bird, but will pick up the background or something else. This combined with the camera moving through the entire range of focus before setting can take quite a bit of time to finally get the camera to focus on the desired object. Many of the pictures I have taken have been slightly blurry from the camera not properly focusing. This could be another defect in this specific camera. I could not tell you as I am not going to purchase another.
The pictures that I have taken that were properly focused turned out beautifully. I uploaded one such picture.
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