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Nikon COOLPIX 26 - digital cameras (Auto, Cloudy, Daylight, Flash, Fluorescent, Incandescent, Manual, Backlight, Beach, Close-up (macro), Cuisine, Dawn, Dusk, Fireworks, Museum, Night landscape, Night p, Skin tones, Battery, Compact camera, TTL)
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- 5x Zoom-NIKKOR glass lens
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Storage media: sd, sdhc, sdxc.what's in the box: nikon coolpix l26 digital camera (red), an-cp19 strap, uc-e16 usb cable, nikonview nx 2 cd-rom, 2 x lr6 / l40 aa batteries and 1-year limited warranty.
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The video is of real good quality also. Took the wife's camera to a concert last month and the quality of the video and sound were really good. I was surprised to say the least, as it was a rock concert and I figured the sound would be distorted. Nope, good picture and sound, and that was on the L22, so I can only imagine the L26 will even be better with it's better optical zoom.
It uses two double A batteries. The whole family uses the Duracell Rechargeables, which saves you a bunch of money over time. The memory cards for the Coolpix series are getting pretty cheap also, so no worries about expensive cards.
Have you wanted a digital camera or just wanted to upgrade what you have? Buy it.
Thinking of a gift for someone, even a person who's never used a digital camera? But it. It's not overly complicated like some can be and they will love it.
I've only bought Olympus (digital) for myself over the past 13 years, BUT when the time comes to replace my DSL camera with a newer model, it'll be a Nikon that replaces it.
I have had many Nikon cameras starting with the old F1 way back in the 70's. Every thing about the old TTL's like the F1 required the photographer to think way beyond the "point and shoot" cameras of today! I can't imagine what todays "picture takers" not real photographers, would do, if they had to work with a camera that required an IQ above 70!
You get what you pay for and while this little Nikon is a good little camera, it will not increase your IQ or make you an Ansel Adams!
The pictures, compared to the pictures from the Canon owned by our other fellow travelers, were lackluster, not very sharp, nor were they adequately saturated. They just looked washed out and very ordinary snaps. Pictures taken with my friend's Canon SW280 from the same spots of the same targets look amazing. Mine are nothing special at all.
I took about 1,000 photos on this trip, and I really have to throw away about 800 of them because they are just not good enough to keep, or because they don't contain what I was trying for in the first place because the camera is too slow to capture it.