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Nikon Coolpix L1

 

Nikon Coolpix L1
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Category: Point-and-Shoot

The Nikon Coolpix L1 is a beginner's Point-and-Shoot with 6.2MP resolution, a 5x optical Zoom-Nikkor lens and an extra large 2.5 in. LCD monitor.

It features a shutter speed range of 4-1/2,000 sec., and has 15 Scene Modes to simplify shooting in a range of common situations.

Nikon's innovative D-Lighting function compensates for exposure problems by adding light and detail to dark areas of shots, while keeping brighter areas just as they are. Nikon's In-Camera Red-Eye Fix automatically does away with red eyes in-camera. And Nikon exclusive BSS (Best Shot Selector) selects and saves the best of a series of several shots.

The Nikon L1 incorporates the Nikon Face Priority AF* function that uses advanced biometric facial recognition technology to detect a person's face at typical portrait taking distances, then automatically focuses on the face area.

* Face recognition capability may be limited depending on the shooting conditions.

The Nikon Coolpix L1 should appeal to point-and-shoot photographers desiring an easy-to-use medium zoom digital camera.

 
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Nikon Coolpix L1
QuickFact™ Sheet
  Nikon Coolpix L1  
  Image Sensor 6.2 effective megapixels (2816 x 2112)
1/2.5 in. CCD
 
  Lens Zoom-Nikkor ED  
  Focal Length 6.3-31.4mm (35mm [135] format equivalent to 38-190mm); 9 elements in 7 groups  
  Maximum Aperture Two-step (f/2.9 and f/4.9 [wide], f/5.0 and f/8.4 [telephoto])  
  Optical Zoom 5x  
  Macro 4 cm / 1.6 in.  
  Auto Focus
Contrast-detect TTL AF with AF-assist illuminator
Auto (5-area automatic focus selection) and Center-focus area selection available
 
  Shutter Speed 4-1/2,000 sec.  
  Exposure Control Auto, Scene Modes  
  Shooting Modes

Still: Auto, Scene Assist (Portrait, Landscape, Sports, Night portrait), Scene (Party/Indoor, Beach/Snow, Sunset, Dusk/Dawn, Night landscape, Close up, Museum, Fireworks show, Copy, Back light, Panorama assist), BSS (Best Shot Selector), Color Options, Blur Warning, Date Imprint, Self-timer (10 sec.);

Continuous: approx. 0.7fps, Multi-shot 16 (16 frames 1/16 in size);

Movie: With sound: TV movie (640) at 15fps, Small size (320) at 30fps, Smaller size (160) at 30fps

 
  Exposure Compensation    
  Light Metering    
  White Balance    
  Viewfinder    
  LCD 2.5-inch type, 115,000-dot TFT LCD monitor with brightness adjustment
 
  ISO Sensitivity    
  Storage Media SD memory card compatible (not supplied), 10MB of internal memory  
  Battery

Two AA-size batteries (Rechargeable Ni-MH Battery EN-MH1-B2 with Battery Charger MH-71, LR6 alkaline batteries (supplied), ZR6 oxy-nickel batteries and FR6/L91 lithium batteries), AC Adapter EH-62B

Battery Life (approx.): Approx. 100 shots with alkaline, 400 shots with lithium, or 230 shots with EN-MH1-B2 Batteries (based on CIPA standard*)

 
  Included Accessories
No memory card included
2 AA-sized alkaline batteries
Audio Video Cable, USB Cable
Strap
Software CD-ROM (PictureProject)
 
  Dimensions (W x H x D) 89.5 x 60.5 x 47 mm /
3.5 x 2.4 x 1.9 in.
 
  Weight (Camera body only) 180g / 6.3 oz.  
  MSRP US $329.95 / CDN $349.95  

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