Nikon CoolPix L12 Digital Camera

Nikon CoolPix L12 Digital Camera

Nikon CoolPix L12 Digital Camera

Nikon announced also the CoolPix L2 digital camera. The Nikon Nikon CoolPix L12 has a 7 Megapixel CCD image sensor, 3x Zoom-Nikkor lens, ISO sensitivity from 50-1600, a 2.5-inch LCD display, 21MB internal memory and a SD card slot. The L12 can capture movies up to 640×480 resolution at 30fps.

It measures 91 x 61 x 26 mm and weights 125g.

Nikon CoolPix L12 Digital Camera

Nikon announced also the CoolPix L2 digital camera. The Nikon Nikon CoolPix L12 has a 7 Megapixel CCD image sensor, 3x Zoom-Nikkor lens, ISO sensitivity from 50-1600, a 2.5-inch LCD display, 21MB internal memory and a SD card slot. The L12 can capture movies up to 640×480 resolution at 30fps.

It measures 91 x 61 x 26 mm and weights 125g.

 

Nikon COOLPIX L12 Feature Highlights

VR image stabilization corrects camera shake
The COOLPIX L12 offers the advantage of optical lens shift VR (Vibration Reduction), which cleverly detects any camera shake and accurately compensates for it to produce sharper, steadier images. And because the VR system remains active whenever the camera is on, images also appear more stable on the LCD monitor, making it much easier to judge the right moment to take the shot. The same effect is also available when shooting movies, while a handy Anti-Shake button located on the top panel can be pressed to activate three functions for sharper shooting VR, High-Sensitivity mode and BSS.

Compatible with AA-size batteries
The COOLPIX L12 is compatible with AA-size batteries, which are widely available around the world. As a result, users can shoot as they like without having to worry about recharging or running out of power on an important day.

One-touch portrait button
A handy standalone button offers direct access to three Nikon innovations that produce more satisfying images

Face-priority AF that automatically detects and achieves sharp focus on people’s faces wherever they are in the frame,

In-Camera Red-Eye Fix that can automatically overcome the red-eye effect sometimes caused by flash, and Nikon’s D-Lighting that can rescue underexposed images or shots taken with too much backlight.

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