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Nikon COOLPIX L810 16.1 MP Digital Camera with 26x Zoom NIKKOR ED Glass Lens and 3-inch LCD (Black) (OLD MODEL)
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- 16.1 Megapixel CCD sensor,Connectivity: AV Output, HDMI C (Mini), USB 2.0
- 26x Zoom-Nikkor ED glass lens,Image Size (pixels): 4608 x 3456 (16M)
- Top Continuous Shooting Speed at full resolution: Up to 4 shots at approx. 1.2 frames per second
- HD (720p) Movies with Stereo Sound,3-inch Ultra high resolution (921,000 dot) LCD
- Exposure Metering : 256-segment matrix, center-weighted
- 16.1 Megapixel CCD sensor,Connectivity: AV Output, HDMI C (Mini), USB 2.0
- 26x Zoom-NIKKOR ED glass lens
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|Item Dimensions||3.27 x 4.37 x 2.99 in||3.58 x 4.33 x 2.99 in||4.02 x 4.72 x 3.27 in||3.08 x 4.47 x 3.74 in||3.35 x 4.37 x 2.99 in||3.28 x 4.37 x 3 in|
|Item Weight||0.95 lb||1.12 lbs||1.22 lbs||1.19 lbs||1.04 lbs||0.94 lb|
|Optical Sensor Resolution||16.1 megapixels||16 megapixels||16.1 megapixels||16 megapixels||16 megapixels||20.2 megapixels|
|Video Capture Resolution||1280 x 720p (30 fps), 640 x 480 (30fps)||1920 x 1080 (60i, 30p), 1280 x 960 (30p), 640 x 480 (30 fps)||1920 x 1080 (15, 30fps), 1280 x 720p (60, 30 fps), 640 x 480 (120, 30fps)||1080p (30 fps)||1920 x 1080||1280 x 720|
|Viewfinder||None||None||LCD||flexible LCD||None||fixed LCD|
The COOLPIX L810, with its incredible image quality, great zoom range and ease-of-use, will bring you photographic enjoyment for years to come. The 26x zoom captures high-resolution images, shot after shot for a broad variety of views—22.5mm wide-angle landscapes to 585mm telephoto shots, capturing action near or far. Enhance the moment and start recording HD (720p) movies with stereo sound at the touch of a button. Plus, L810 uses AA batteries, so you're never waiting for a recharge. ISO Sensitivity: ISO 80-1600,Auto (auto gain ISO 80-1600). Built-in Memory 50MB. Battery Life Details Photo shooting ( Alkaline batteries ), Photo shooting ( Lithium batteries ), Photo shooting ( NiMH batteries ), Video recording - 1.8 hour(s) ( Alkaline batteries ), Video recording - 5.3 hour(s) ( Lithium batteries ), Video recording - 3.2 hour(s) ( NiMH batteries ). 1 Year Limited Warranty.
From the Manufacturer
The COOLPIX L810, with its incredible image quality, great zoom range and ease-of-use, will bring you photographic enjoyment for years to come. The 26x zoom captures high-resolution images, shot after shot for a broad variety of views—22.5mm wide-angle landscapes to 585mm telephoto shots, capturing action near or far. Enhance the moment and start recording HD (720p) movies with stereo sound at the touch of a button. Plus, L810 uses AA batteries, so you're never waiting for a recharge.
Go the distance
Versatile 26x optical zoom
An incredible 26x optical Zoom-NIKKOR glass lens (22.5-585mm) with optical VR Image Stabilization brings sharp focus to images taken when you can't get close. Capture stills and movies with 26x optical zoom versatility. A side zoom lever facilitates your control over the optical zoom. The optical VR Image Stabilization minimizes the effects of blur.
HD movies in an instant
HD (720p) movies with stereo sound
With a touch of the dedicated movie record button, you can instantly begin recording amazing HD (720p) movies utilizing the power and scope of the L810's 26x optical zoom. Sound is automatically recorded in stereo. When you want to view your movies on the big screen, the built-in HDMI port makes it easy.
Easy viewing, indoors or out
Brilliant 3.0-inch LCD monitor
Frame and share your stills and movies on the large and sharp 3.0-inch LCD color monitor. Its ultra-high-resolution monitor featuring 921,000 dots shows every detail to precision. Anti-glare coating provides easy viewing of photos and HD movies.
Color your world any shade you like
Try something new and shoot either stills or movies in different colors such as Nostalgic Sepia for an old fashioned look or black and white for a vintage feel. You can also choose various color options such as Standard, Vivid or Cyanotype. Add a touch of creativity to your next photo or movie project.
Keep it simple or simply shoot
Easy Auto and a host of scene modes
Keep it simple. Let the camera determine the best settings for the job with Easy Auto Mode, including pre-programmed settings for Portrait, Night Portrait, Landscape, Night Landscape and Close-up. When set, the camera will automatically recognize the scene and optimize the camera settings to capture the best shot.
Make everyone look great
Use Nikon's Smart Portrait System with Smile Timer, a mode that automatically recognizes when a subject is smiling. Also included are Blink Warning and Red-Eye Fix™. Use the Skin Softening feature to perfect complexion imperfections.
Whats in the box :
LC-CP25 Lens Cap
UC-E16 USB Cable
EG-CP16 Audio Video Cable
Four AA Alkaline Batteries
NikonView NX 2 CD-ROM
New 3D photography
The L810 is capable of 3D still image photography. Enjoy viewing these still images simply by connecting to a 3D HDTV using the camera's HDMI port.
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Comes with: Strap, four AA batteries, USB cable, audio video cable, lens cap and software CD-ROM. Didn't come with a carrying case but no biggie, found one on ebay for about $6 w/free shipping (Ebay item #380422196943)
~I chose the camera in Blue. The color is rich and I haven't had any major issues with it chipping.
~My cameras come with me everywhere, so it's been through a lot and is holding up pretty well. I have dropped it once (only about 3 months ago) and it only sustained a corner chip (that's all that is apparent). The performance of the camera has not been affected.
~When the lighting is high, especially on sunny days, photos are stunning and crisp, especially macros (the type of photos I take most often).
~This camera takes SD cards, so it was an easy upgrade (although later I purchased an SD with a higher class to improve recording on card speed).
~You can fit quite a bit in the shot when lense is fully zoomed out.
~ (might be a con for some people)Although it isn't a DLSR, it kind of looks like one.Some people have even asked me which Nikon DLSR it was! It's my dream to own a DLSR, but I don't have the money for that yet (college is expensive). This camera feels similar to a DLSR when you hold it (as close to the dream as I can get, for now).
*Because the lense is a little too big for the camera, sometimes wider shots will have curve distortions in the corners. It's not significant enough to bother me, and I have actually used this defect to take some awesome, creative perspective shots.
*Manual setting: The manual light/exposure setting is OK. The camera can be finicky.
*Setting: Sometimes settings within the camera are sometimes difficult to find, such as formatting card. This is frustrating when I need to work quickly because my subjects don't always wait for me (organisms).
*The lense has to be open/exposed too review pictures. I would have liked it if there was an option to "close lense" while reviewing pictures. My cheap $50 FujiFilm that I take along when fishing automatically closes its lense after you start reviewing images about 1 minute.
*Darker lighting shots and extreme contrast lighting tend to be very warm. This can usually be fixed with software, but I've had instances where there was no hope.
*Using the flash: Occasionally when I need the flash and pop it up (esp. for dark macro shots), the camera doesn't recognize this and I have to fight with the camera to accept the flash manually.
*Lense is very easy to destroy. Only a month after owning this camera, there was already dust under the lense. I always keep the cap on, and I never exposed my lense to extreme wind or beach conditions. The dust is not visible in most shots, but I know it is there. At certain zoom levels, one of the dust specs create a blurry spot. I am pretty sure that Nikon would fix this problem if I sent the camera in, but it's probably expensive. I never looked into it, though(and I dislike paying shipping).
*Dark lighting; This was my BIGGEST disappointment from this camera. It's horrible for low-light situations. My friend's cell phone camera was getting better quality low-light photos than me. Whenever I want a low-light shot, such as a picture of a moth at night, I have to wear a head light and hold a flashlight in my left hand while trying to take a picture. When I use the flash, it only works for objects close-mid distance away. Very close objects get super-exposed, and father objects are non-existent. Also, as the lighting gets darker, the fuzzies get harsher. I know, this isn't a pro-camera. But I would have liked it to handle low light a little better for the price.
*Energy monster: The camera takes (4) AA batteries. No battery packs here. This thing is a battery monster that's ALWAYS hungry. I have rechargeable AA batteries for it now, but not always. Before investing in rechargables, it was a bad situation.
*Focus: Like I said, I love taking macros/ close-ups. Sometimes the focus takes way too long, and very often it's challenging to get the right focus. For example, I want to get a close-up of a dragonfly. The camera will focus the face or the body, but not both. Whatever it doesn't focus is very blurry. I want a crisp, all-focus closeup. That might be asking too much for a camera like this, but I really don't know. I don't have enough experience to make such a judgement.
*Speed: The camera is much faster than my previous, but still too slow for quick, action shots like animals running. These shots tend to be clearer the more you zoom out, but sometimes I want detail. I tend to get these shots indirectly. I take a video of the action, then use editing software (like Picasa) to extract photos from the video. These "photos" are not as crisp as a regular picture, but they allow me to capture things like lightning. There is a super-fast continuous mode that puts 16 photos on one frame. You can extract individual photos from this frame later, but they have to be blown up, and that sacrifices clarity.
So, the L810 gets 4 stars overall because it is a nice improvement/upgrade from cheaper cameras. I do like it, but it can be frustrating when I can not capture the shots that I envision. Plus, it's dark-lighting shots are simply awful.
You might have more experience with cameras than me and could probably make better judgements of my complications. Or you might have less experience and feel a little overwhelmed by all the reviews for all the cameras you are looking at.
No matter who you are, the ultimate decider is YOU. This is my experience and you'll need to judge and digest it to decide if the L810 will satify you needs as a photographer.
I sent the camera because the pictures I took had a black line in the middle of the pict. They sent it back taking black pictures, you couldn't see anything!!! I sent it back again and I got back not turning on because they broke the power button, I sent it back AGAIN, this time the camera started to take pictures with strangers colors. I sent it back again, and I got it the same, I sent it back again and I got it the same. Nikon never fixed it, and at the end they said sorry your warranty run out and I spend my money sending the camera 4 times during the year. DO NOT waste your money with Nikon cameras!!! I have a CASIO now and ti works well.