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Nikon COOLPIX L320 review excellence

When it comes to choosing the right camera it is like a minefield out there, that is because you have various types and budgets. However, if you are a beginner and have a low budget, then the Nikon COOLPIX L320 might be the model for you. This is because the camera has a powerful zoom allowing you to get close to your subject without moving too close.

Having a powerful optical zoom gives you the ability to see the smallest of details while standing far away. The lens that allows you to do this is a 22.5—585mm wide-angle, which works in conjunction with a 16-megapixel sensor to give you some truly stunning photos. For those of you who do not know that lens accounts for a 26x optical zoom.

Looking at some of the Nikon L320 features, which includes 720p HD Movie Recording, several preset modes, multiple flash features, Face Detection, Full-Time AF and much more, we can see why the reviews of this COOLPIX camera have been rather positive.

Nikon Coolpix L320 from the front and side
Nikon Coolpix L320 from the front and side

Even though there are just seven Nikon COOLPIX L320 reviews, they all agree that this is an excellent camera for the price. Taking photos is very easy with the L320, and even though there might be better cameras on the market, not many of them will offer a 26x zoom for this price, which is around $100.

The only downside is the size, as it can often become too heavy and big when you just want to take it out from time to time for a few snaps. It is for this reason why some retailers have started to sell the Nikon L320 for much cheaper than its recommended retail price, such as Target.

Written by Peter Chubb

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