Nikon CoolPix L820 visual review with specs

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Having already looked at how the Nikon CoolPix L820 is a perfect camera for those of you looking for a cheap super-zoom camera, we thought we would offer you a visual review of some if its features, which we have to say are rather impressive considering the price.

There are so many features that make the Nikon CoolPix L820 advance point and shoot camera stand out against its rivals, and while the specs do impress, they will not cost you a huge premium for the pleasure.

The main specs that stand out to us are the 16-megapizel sensor, 30x Zoom NIKKOR Glass ED Lens, 3-inch VGA LCD display and Full HD Video with Stereo Sound. Add these together and what you get is a camera that can take images from a distant, as well as near-perfect images in low-light conditions.

Nikon CoolPix L820 in black

Nikon CoolPix L820 in black

You don’t have to be close to your subject to take a perfect image because thanks to its 30x NIKKOR ED glass zoom lens. Many cameras with a powerful lens will suffer from camera shake, but the addition of Vibration Reduction will help to reduce this for you.

Nikon CoolPix L820 telephoto close-ups

Nikon CoolPix L820 telephoto close-ups

The Nikon CoolPix L820 has superior low-light performance thanks to a high-performance CMOS image sensor, which allows you to shoot without the need for a flash. This is something you would expect from a far more expensive DSLR camera. Not having to use the flash while taking images will certainly open up more possibilities when it comes to taking photos in various environments.

Nikon CoolPix L820 superior low-light performance

Nikon CoolPix L820 superior low-light performance

Even though the L820 is bigger than a compact camera, it is remarkably comfortable to hold and lighter than you would think. It will not be long before you master the features of the Nikon CoolPix L820 by taking some great shots and video footage. You can find more on the Nikon CoolPix L820 on the official website or in the video below.

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Nikon CoolPix L820 visual review with specs