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Nikon COOLPIX L27 16.1-Megapixel Digital Camera | Silver
|Price:||$124.99 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- Screen Size: 2.7"
- Screen Features: LCD with 230K dots
- Megapixels: 16.1MP
- Image Resolution: 4608 x 3456
- Optical Zoom: 5x
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|Display Size||2.7 inches|
|Effective Still Resolution||16.1 MP|
|Expanded ISO Maximum||1,600|
|Expanded ISO Minimum||80|
|External Memory Included||No|
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|Optical Zoom||5 x||8 x||5 x||8 x|
|Viewfinder||electronic viewfinder||fixed LCD||None||None|
|Optical Sensor Resolution||16.1 MP||20.1 MP||20.1 MP||20.1 MP|
|Display Size||2.7 inches||2.7 inches||3 inches||2.7 inches|
|Image Stabilization||Information not provided||Y||Y||Y|
|Includes External Memory||N||N||Y||N|
|Dimensions||2.5 inches x 5.4 inches x 5.4 inches||2.28 inches x 0.79 inches x 3.78 inches||2.36 inches x 3.74 inches x 1.14 inches||2.28 inches x 3.82 inches x 0.78 inches|
|Item Weight||1 pounds||0.26 pounds||0.36 pounds||0.28 pounds|
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can sense if someone blinks so you can take another picture, it can sense a smile, it has a flash built in, has automatic features
along with manual setting for an advanced photographer. Another great feature is that it runs on two AA alkaline batteries so no
special ones are needed. I would recommend that you purchase Lithium AA batteries over regular alkaline batteries to operate this camera as they will last much longer and you will be much more satisfied with their performance - but in a pinch you could use any AA alkaline batteries. It is so small that it could easily fit into a woman's purse.
The only drawbacks that I can see is that it is so small that it might be hard to hang on to and also you might block the flash with your finger when trying to hold onto it.
Over all I would purchase it again and am very satisfied with it.
I would recommend it to others. Appears to be a fine, quality product.
The camera itself looks good and is good in the hand. Took a few pictures with the battery showing full.
30 seconds later, it's showing discharged, then "Battery Exhausted". The camera has the ability to set to alkaline, NiMH, or Lithium which is nice, but on simple alkaline, we can't get it to work. These Amazon alkaline batteries (new) measure 100% on an external battery tester.
I did some research and there's no firmware update from v1.0 for the L27 camera for this problem. There is a vague reference to L28 having a 1.1 firmware update that might be related.
Picture resolution set at 4MP, flash *off* - I mean I set the camera back to 2008 settings and still...
I've owned Fuji, Canon, Pentax, Sony and Panasonic. For $69, you can't complain with these specs, but we can't get beyond the battery charge detection.
Research on the web is spotty. NOTE TO SELF: If you have time to research a camera, make sure the company actually LISTS it on their website. This seems to be a made-for-box-store model only, like an off brand perhaps an L29 with some features cut out for sale at Walmart and Target only.
If it were a simple firmware update, I would do it in a minute, but maybe this camera is too new. It'll be returned for another one - maybe a Canon A2500 or Fuji Finepix AX650 that also takes AAs. (See my review of Fuji Finepix AX650 - http://www.amazon.com/review/R2WI7ID59S91NB/ref=cm_cr_rdp_perm)
I know this is only a $70 or so camera, so I shouldn't expect too much ... but poor focus in 2014, when phone cams are good at taking razor sharp focus, is no longer tolerable and basically ruins my good feelings about any picture. My old Canon Elph in 2002 at about 2 megapixels was muuuuuch better.
I will be tossing this camera now that I'm back - too disappointing to lose any more pics to fuzzy focus. It is also pretty frustrating to have to wait for the lens-extend and startup time...and, like my last L26, the extending lens is flimsy and susceptible to a "Lens Error" which makes you fiddle with it to get it to retract into the camera body. You get what you pay for...buy a higher quality camera.
I love the ease of use and reasonable price but will buy a better camera next time. This company knows the problem with the doors exists and doesn't fix the design ... just go with a better camera and avoid the aggravation.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very pleased with the performance of this camera. It works very well for my intended usage. Has many features that appeal to me.Published 1 month ago by Donald F. Mc Dermott
This thing runs through batteries very fast. The battery notification still shows it's fully charged yet when you go to take a picture, the camera turns off instead which is... Read morePublished 1 month ago by K. Wyngaarden
Piece of junk. This is my 3rd nikon coolpix and all of them have the same problem. They are okay for outside photos but anything close stinks. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kyle M Hopkins
Yes, I've played with the settings, read the guides and user tips but it's just okay:
price, many settings for different situations, most photos are decent... Read more
Super slow (sometimes 10-15 secs btwn pics) to take consecutive pictures. It's like you are waiting for the flash to warm up. Really, Nikon?Published 7 months ago by Shopaholic24
I got this Camera today and took some pictures. The pictures' quality was great. I really recommend itPublished 7 months ago by sally