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THE VERY BEST OF ALL DIGITAL CAMERAS,
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This review is from: Nikon COOLPIX L26 16.1 MP Digital Camera with 5x Zoom NIKKOR Glass Lens and 3-inch LCD (Red) (OLD MODEL) (Electronics)
I truly deeply LOVE this camera; it is sooo easy to use and the quality is there. It even lets you select the final size of your photos in pixels. Uploading pictures is a PLEASURE, NOTHING COMPLICATED IN USING IT, unlike other digitals. It is truly a point and shoot camera! I take photos of fast moving puppies and it keeps up with them, no blurs! I recommend it to all! The price was more than worth it without having to spend thousand(s) of dollars. It is meant for the amateur photographer and is simply an absolute VERY TRUE JOY to use! I can't say enough about this VERY excellent camera. Wish I had had it years ago, but maybe it would not be the excellent camera it is today! This is the VERY best digital camera I have ever used and meets all my needed requirements, especially for the puppies in picture taking! It replaces the KODAK cameras I have used over the last 11 years with Kodak now going out of business in this area anyway. I recommend it to all amateurs, well worth the money which is not that much.
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Initial post: May 2, 2012 6:31:43 PM PDT
Rebecca Hackett says:
Hey, I just got my Nikon L26 and am having a hard time getting clear pictures. Any suggestions for settings? I like the camera and all, just can't figure that out.
In reply to an earlier post on May 2, 2012 6:47:44 PM PDT
Mary J. Norman says:
I took photos of my puppies set on Auto Mode. I also later set it on Pet Portrait on left and right of this screen using Screen Button. I think it best to just experiment and see which is best. I am assuming you have no problem using the Flash. Could also be defective as last resort.
In reply to an earlier post on May 2, 2012 6:55:19 PM PDT
Rebecca Hackett says:
I just got the camera today and haven't really had a chance to work with it. No the flash seems fine. I will just keep playing! Thank you!
In reply to an earlier post on Sep 21, 2012 12:10:20 PM PDT
Neil H. says:
Rebecca, are you letting the camera focus before pressing the shutter release all the way? All digital cameras like this one take a fraction of a second to focus, which they will do when you just press the shutter button to the detent that you can feel about half-way down. On some cameras (I have not used this particular model) if you press the shutter button all the way down all at once, it may take the photo before the camera has finished focusing, and that will result in unsharp pictures.
Posted on Oct 22, 2012 2:42:08 PM PDT
Amazon Customer says:
Thanks for the good info! I take pics at an animal shelter and this seems like a good choice for me after reading your review.
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