Nikon coolpix L810...

My observations on the purchase of the Nikon coolpix L810 camera.
I have mixed feelings about this camera, yes it’s compact and feels good in the hand, its 26x zoom is useful, but can be jerky and sometimes difficult to position quickly, the battery cut-off needs to be reset for longer duration or candid shots are not possible. The battery door feels flimsy and you might think it could break under battery pressure. Picture quality is very good, but the lens does not allow warmth to a picture as does my Kodak bridge camera. On the plus side it’s very easy to use as it’s very much a point and shoot camera, and the large size viewing screen is very useful, but there is no eyelevel viewfinder. The camera uses batteries that can be bought anywhere so you are not tied to a manufacturer for replacements. The high level of mp’s are useful but only on large blow-up prints. All in all though… Worth the price paid for…

First appeared in the Argos Review

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