Nikon Coolpix L23
Released February, 2011
The Pros:Affordable price. Takes AA batteries - easy to find and replace on the go, rechargeable. Easy to use.
The Cons:Not very stylish looking - looks quite basic / cheap. Downright modest - basic point and shoot, small 10MP sensor, 5x zoom, no manual functionality, mediocre image quality. Doesn't shoot video in high definition.
The Nikon Coolpix L23 is a lower mid-cost digital camera, promoted by Nikon as ideal for those just starting out in photography. To make taking pictures easy for people of all ages, this camera is equipped with a host of automatic technologies.
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For example, the Easy Auto Mode of this camera optimizes all camera settings depending on what light you are in, so that the best image possible is always obtained. Other automatic features include Vibration Reduction, which cuts down on the effects of camera shake. The Nikon Coolpix L23's 5x wide-angle zoom lens lets you capture everything from close-ups to group photos, and its 10.1 megapixel image sensor helps to ensure that they will have rich color.
- Color options
- Easy Auto Mode
- Vibration Reduction
- Motion Detection
- Smart Portrait System
- Smile Timer
- Skin Softening
- 5x wide-angle zoom lens
- 2.7" LCD display
- AA battery power
- Shooting mode
- Playback mode
- EXPEED C2 image processor
- VGA (640 x 480) at 30fps
- 28mm wide-angle lens coverage
- Hi-speed USB interface
- Lens: 4.0-20.0 mm (35mm  format picture angle: 28-140 mm); f/2.7-6.8; Digital zoom: up to 4x (35 mm  format picture angle: Approx. 560 mm)
- 30 cm (1 ft.) to infinity; Macro close-up mode: 3 cm (1.2 in.) to infinity
User Reviews (2)
takes AA batteries - easy to find and replace on the go, rechargeable
available in multiple colours: pink, red, blue, silver and black
improved 5x optical zoom (28-140mm equivalent) over the L22's 3.6x
records to easy to find, affordable and capacious SD/SDHC/SDXC flash memory
not very stylish looking - looks quite basic / cheap
downright modest - basic point and shoot, small 10MP sensor, 5x zoom, no manual functionality, mediocre image quality
doesn't shoot video in high definition
takes AA batteries - less capacious than a dedicated rechargeable battery pack
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