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I might have the wrong term, but is there a function other than "sport" that allows the exposure (length of time to take the image) to be adjusted, such as for clear images of moving subjects? I don't mean "exposure compensation" (light/dark). I am curious because "sport" does not allow some settings to be adjusted, such as "white balance."
Also, I have difficulty sometimes trying to focus a subject (occasionally focusing on the wrong things or just being blurry), especially while using the close-up function and while photographing some indoor or dimly-/oddly-lit places (like some museum displays or the night sky with the moon).
Do you have any suggestions? Thanks.
My L18 has started to make noises as if it is refocusing constantly. It will take pictures but the noise continues? Can I fix this?
Follow the instructions on this page to send your camera to Nikon for repair.
Sorry for your bad luck, hope your camera comes back quickly from repair.
If you're clumsy like me with your camera, you might want to consider the AW 100. It's built to be tough and waterproof as well. The lens does not extend outside the camera, so you'll never again bump it off track.
My camera says "battery exhausted" but when I change the batteries (AA alkaline) it will not turn on... How do I fix this?
Title: How do I get my Nikon product serviced?
June 2008, Nikon COOLPIX L18 Reviewby Daniel Grotta and Sally Wiener Grotta
Laptop magazine’s Daniel Grotta and Sally Wiener Grotta recently tested the Nikon COOLPIX L18 and proclaimed it one of the fastest point-and-shoot cameras on the market because of its quick start-up time. They later praised the L18 for its good looks and ease of use. The editors were also amazed by the easy-to-use video controls and superb video quality of the COOLPIX L18. The editors concluded that the blazingly quick L18 was a fun little camera with the ability to take great images and videos.