Nikon L105 12.1 MP Digital Camera with 15x Optical Zoom – Black

August 13, 2015 - Comment

Camera Features: Optical Image Stabilization, D-Lighting, Face Detection Technology, Auto Focus, 720p HD Movie Recording, Auto Scene Selector Display Features: Anti-Glare Coating, Brightness Adjustment, Easy-to-Read Menu System, QVGA, Color TFT LCD Screen, Battery Level Indicator Lens Features: Auto Focus, Telephoto, Contrast-Detect AF, Glass Lens, Face Detection, Full-Time AF, Wide Angle Flash Features: Fill-In Flash, Pop-Up

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(as of 04/20/2020 2:18 am GMT-0500 - Details)

Camera Features: Optical Image Stabilization, D-Lighting, Face Detection Technology, Auto Focus, 720p HD Movie Recording, Auto Scene Selector
Display Features: Anti-Glare Coating, Brightness Adjustment, Easy-to-Read Menu System, QVGA, Color TFT LCD Screen, Battery Level Indicator
Lens Features: Auto Focus, Telephoto, Contrast-Detect AF, Glass Lens, Face Detection, Full-Time AF, Wide Angle
Flash Features: Fill-In Flash, Pop-Up Flash, Slow-Sync Flash, Red-Eye Reduction, Flash Cancel, Auto On/Off
Image Editing Features: Monochrome Effects, Image Cropping, Black and White, Image Resizing, Cyanotype, Sepia, Image Rotation
Built-In Memory Storage Capacity: 43MB
Video Modes: HD-Quality Movie Recording
File Formats Supported: H.264/AVC, EXIF, JPEG, MOV, WAV, DCF
ISO Equivalent: Auto
Photo Effects: Panorama, Color Still, Auto
View Finder Type: LCD Only
Output Type: A/V, NTSC/PAL, USB
Operating System Compatibility: Mac, Windows
Power Source: Battery-Powered
Dimensions: 3.0 ” H x 4.3 ” W x 3.1 ” T
Weight: 14.4 Oz.
Warranty Description: 1 Year Limited Manufacturer Warranty

Comments

Renny "NU WAVE LOVER" says:

Great value for the money I purchased this camera from Target during the black friday sale. I was quite impressed being that I was coming off a typical point and shoot camera from Nikon. Coming from where I stand Ineed a camera that takes better still photos. im tired of the blurry shots I was getting from my old camera. It is true if you are taking pictures of something moving it will come out blurry…but there is a sports mode that takes clear shots of moving objects. Most camera’s need alittle play time to get used…

David K. Miller says:

Hold on before you return it. . . . I picked this up at Target on 12/24/11 ($99). I’m still shopping for a better (and more expensive) camera, but the 15X zoom on this caught my attention. I figured if the negative reviews were true I could still use it as a birding camera and just keep it in the car. 

iBelieb! says:

Spoiled Much? I am amazed at some of the reviews on here regarding the Nikon L105/110. Reminder: This is an entry level, point and shoot digital camera boasting 12.1 MP. Based on the quality of the pictures, the feel of the camera in your hands, and the general ease of use in capturing quality photos, it’s a solid entry level option. A legitimate 12.1 MP digital camera with a price tag of about $150, I think a 4/5 rating is fair. Maybe some of you thought you were purchasing a Nikon SLR?

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