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12.1 Megapixels for stunning prints as large as 16 x 20 inches

Big, Bright 3.0-inch High Resolution HVGA (460,000-dot) Clear Color Display makes it easy to compose and share your pictures with a wide-viewing angle and Clear Color Display anti-glare coating

5-way VR Image Stabilization System

  • VR Image Stabilization by sensor shift minimizes the effect of camera shake
  • New Hybrid VR Image Stabilization by combining sensor shift and electronic stabilization minimizes the effect of camera shake
  • Motion Detection automatically detects moving subjects and adjusts shutter speed and ISO setting to compensate for camera shake and subject movement
  • High ISO up to 6400 capability helps when shooting in low light or capturing fast-moving subjects. 
  • Nikon’s original Best Shot Selector (BSS) automatically takes up to 10 shots while the shutter is pressed and saves the sharpest image

Smart Portrait System includes:

  • Smart Portrait Mode the camera detects and focuses on the subject and automatically fires the shutter when the subject smiles, making sure you’ll always catch the decisive moment
  • Blink Warning, when activated, alerts you that the subject may have blinked and allows you to retake the photo.
  • In-Camera Red-Eye Fix™ automatically fixes, while shooting, most instances of red-eye in the camera. You may never see red-eye again
  • Face-Priority AF Nikon’s face-finding technology that automatically focuses on up to 12 faces

EXPEED Image Processing ensures high-quality pictures with stunning color and sharpness.  Nikon’s comprehensive digital imaging processing concept incorporates the know-how and technologies accumulated throughout our long history of photographic and digital imaging development and is custom-tuned for COOLPIX. Applied optimized technologies render natural-looking pictures of incredible quality and quick response so you won’t miss that special moment

D-Lighting rescues dark or backlit images by improving brightness and detail during playback

Macro shooting as close as 0.4”

Incredible 15x Optical Wide-Angle (28-420mm) Zoom-NIKKOR Glass Lens - quality optics provide exceptional images throughout the zoom range. The lens is built on a proud heritage of producing precision camera optics that delivers superb color and razor-sharp results. This incredible lens offers versatile compositional freedom with its wide-angle (28mm) to super telephoto coverage (420mm). Sweeping landscapes can be captured as well as those zoomed-in close-ups of the action on the baseball or soccer field!

New HD Movie with Stereo Sound and HDMI Output Record HD (720p) movies at 30fps with optical zoom and autofocus capabilities. Features stereo sound built-in microphone, dedicated movie-record button and HDMI output for easy playback in camera, on HD-TV or computer. HDMI cable not included

Sports Continuous shooting enables high-speed shooting at approximately 11.1* (at 3MP) fps for up to 20 images

Get 840 still images or up to 7 hours of HD movie with the included Energizer® Ultimate Lithium AA batteries for ease of mind with long battery life plus easy, anywhere replacement of AA-size batteries. Nikon EN-MH2-B4 NiMH rechargeable batteries are available as an option

Easy Auto Mode automatically recognizes the scene in your picture and selects the most appropriate scene mode (6) + auto mode

15 Scene Modes for optimized shooting in various settings, includes Easy Auto Mode

5 Color Options for special filter effects.  Choose from: standard color, vivid color, black-and-white, sepia and cyanotype

COOLPIX L110 4.3 5 302 303
Good camera with a reasonable price, it's great. This is a good nice looking point & shoot camera, I would highly recommend to friends and family. July 23, 2010
nice features have many modes has better zoom an excellent choice when one cannot afford a SLR July 23, 2010
good Telephoto lens, lightweight Takes very good pictures at long range .it's lightweight and easy to use. It is a merge between point and shoot simplicity and a pro series camera without the heavy weight of a pro series. July 23, 2010
Good camera, bad menu The camera takes good pictures, but the menu is very difficult to navigate, especially at first use. The book doesn't say that "easy auto" disables all the other menus. July 23, 2010
An excellent camera with surprising features! Each time you use this camera you will discover new surprises. The wide array of settings for taking photos make it almost error-proof. Image quality is superb and the range of shooting distances, from wide angle to close-up mode, make it a quality photo tool for all occasions. As with any great product however, this one also has a few areas that could use improvement. (1) The small controls and their close proximity make it a bit awkward for people with large hands to use. (2) When you shoot videos, you often find the audio portion less than adequate because the microphone is located on top of the camera. It tends to pick up surrounding sounds and noises rather than focusing on the subject area. (3) The flash unit should have an auto pop-up feature when it is needed. (4) A rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery pack coming standard with the unit would be a nice plus. Overall, the Nikon Coolpix L110 is a superb camera that should satisfy the needs of even the most demanding photographers. July 23, 2010
Great Value For The Money I wanted a camera in the ten to fourteen megapixel range with a powerful telephoto lens that would take good pictures both indoors and outdoors. I did not need want too many "bells and whistles" though, just a fairly simple camera. the Coolpix L110 is almost exactly what I wanted. I deducted a star only because it lacks a traditional viewfinder. The three inch LCD works well but still fades out a tad in very bright light. In terms of "Bang for the Buck," this product is a real value, and anyone in the market for a "bridge" camera should seriously consider it. July 23, 2010
Great camera Takes great photos. Battery life (so far) seems to be good. Have not used all of the features yet, so will have to experiment with them to see how they measure up. Less bulky than an SLR and lenses, but has most features. July 23, 2010
For the money outstanding value Was avertised as a simple camera , I might be to old for all the new fangle devices but this thing is way over my head ,I'm limping through it with the help on my grandchildren. they read the big manual and translate it to me and we all try to figure it out. July 23, 2010
Goods and Bads I love the sports part of the camera really takes great outdoor pics. How ever when indoors I am finding it hard to take good pics unless the object is still. With kids that doesnt happen often. If I missing something then someone help me. I do love this camera... July 22, 2010
Still Learning I'm wishing the software had more editing capabilities. It's lots of fun taking new pictures. Already ready for the upgrade. I haven't been able to master the zoom on this one. They always seem fuzzy. : ( July 22, 2010
Great intermediate camera I wanted something more than a pocket-sized point and shoot, but I'm not interested in changing lenses or having to take a class in how to use my camera. This camera offers features that I use often, but it is fully automatic when I pull it out of my bag and take a picture. July 22, 2010
IT is good for its price The pictures are very good if you pick the right model. But the video I recorded, I don't know why I cannot play in my computer. I may need to check it later. July 22, 2010
Great camera for beginners to intermediates Ease of use, great shot quality, and a good price make for a great deal. I would like to have a few more settings but this camera works great for what I bought it for except for the occasional lock-ups and freezes. July 29, 2012
Almost great Ok well the camera is great. its got all of Nikon's famous innovations great quality both in still shots and its high def video. I can't really find any flaw. I can make a bunch of suggestions. However I would like to see a hot swap memory card that is NOT inside the battery compartment. I find having to open the battery compartment (turning the cam off and potential spilling the batteries out) to remove the card tedious at best. Also i feel that the automated focus/shutter-speed settings on this cam is slightly less effective than other models. I find that i have to manual adjust more with this model then other models Ive used. May 30, 2011
You don't need a P100. You will get bored of it. I got this camera about 4 months ago and I'm already bored of it. When I got this camera, I thought it was going to be like an SLR but just not as many features. I would recommend this to some one that's looking for a camera that takes really good close-up shots and nature photography. I would also recommend it for concerts. The microphone is incredible and the 15x zoom is perfect. I was sitting as far away as possible from Lady Gaga when I saw her in February. When I zoomed in, the picture was out of focus but I was very surprised as to how far it zoomed. But, I would have to say, if you want a camera as soon as possible and you want to be a photographer, I advise you to wait and save your money to buy an SLR camera. April 7, 2011
Blurred pictures So far I'm not real pleased. I was expecting more from the "image stabilization' feature. I've been using a Kodak without the feature, and I'm getting more blurring with the Nikon than my old camera. Maybe I just need more experience with this camera. Also, I play all my pictures thru the TV using only the SD card, pictures from my old camera show up almost full screen, but the pictures from the Nikon only show up about 11 X 14. I've written to Nikon, maybe they can tell me why. December 28, 2010
This product is easy to use I revieved the camera as a Christmas gift, I was disappointed to find that the camera does not charge the batteries when the camera is plugged into a wall outlet.(AC adapter) There is an added expense of buying a battery charger and the AC adapter. One or both of these products should be included in the purchase price.If I were shopping for a camera I would not have purchased this model. Overall the camera is good. December 26, 2010
Nice product for the Price, However!!! It is a nice product for the price, on that day! I purchase the camera on sale for 199.00 thinking that i was making a good buy. Turns out I could have purchase a more compact camera with better picture quality that this one. If you are looking for a simple P&S camera and not a superb image quality this one is for you. If you need a top of the line picture quality this one IS NOT the one to buy. November 28, 2010
Okay little beginners camera. This camera is great if you're BRAND NEW to photography and would like to start out small. You'll never, ever be able to do big projects with this camera because it simply does not have a fast enough shutter speed, it can't take motion photos that aren't blurry, the sports continuous mode is incredibly grainy and low quality, any pictures you take indoors come out yellow (?), and it takes a while to focus to the best of it's ability. I could go on for a 387462846 years why this is o n l y a beginners camera. November 18, 2010
Camer is very complicated. I have not figured out how to use this camera, I would have preferred it to be fully automatic. I get a different color with every picture that I have taken, usually on the yellow side. I hope it gets easier. November 17, 2010
Not for Point-and-Click Luddites like me! Have used now on a couple of vacations and still can't seem to get great photos. I miss fast action because the shutter is a bit slow. Can't seem to navigate the menus properly. Autofocus doesn't seem to like me very much! Oh well, I guess I just need to go back to my stone tablets! August 18, 2010
Not what I had expected I was in the market for a new digital camera and for the first time in a long time I had the money to get something new. I went to b**** b** and looked at a few cameras and was pleased with the L110 for its price and feel, sadly while testing it out the batteries died and I was unable to do more then shoot a pic or two. I went ahead and purchased it anyway, when I got home I regretted it so much that the thought that I had wasted my money killed me… I was shocked and still am that there is no manual focus at all considering I also have a Olympus camedia C-2020 ( from around the year 2000-2 or so got it used from a family friend in 2009) and even it can manually focus via its zoom toggle once the MF button is pressed. This would not be a problem if it was not for this cameras total lack of ability to focus at all it seems almost every picture I take at a range of 1ft or less is nothing but a blurry blob and any taken at a distance is so blurry that it makes the panorama feature useless. I’m not saying you cant take a good picture with the L110 it just takes far longer then you would think to get a good one. the clarity of the photos is more of a hit and miss most pictures will be overly yellow in any light and if your in to night shots the camera will soak up any light in the area making it difficult to get a sharp contrast picture. I would not recommend this camera to anyone that wants to take there photography further then the absolute basic. August 8, 2010
Great features Like everything except video. When taking a video camera locks up if still photo button is depressed. To unlock requires removal of batteries. July 27, 2010
this product has so understand my necessary. from all menu, only video is not good..but no matter..this is so complet July 24, 2010
This product is somewhat disappointing I have been disappointed with this camera. When you zoom it, it is not always clear and you can see the pixals. I hv had a Canon that I liked much better, however there was a price difference. This one is ok, but I would not buy it again if I knew before what I know now. July 23, 2010
This product is overall satisfactory I have enjoyed my camera so far (bought march 2010; 5 months of use) but have had some issues, such as: - the flash reflects too much light on subjects -the dusk/dawn, night landscape do not take clear shots...so at nights I use the party indoor feature -the recovery time after one pic to take the next is too long - zoom shots are not always clear Positives: -nice design -easy to use -great zoom capacity July 23, 2010
No viewing hood Even with increasing the brightness of the LCD screen, it is extremely difficult to see what you are shooting outside when it is bright...needs a hood. July 23, 2010
Needs view finder All in all a good camera, but, isn't there always a but. It needs a view finder. The viewing screen while an ample size is useless in the sunshine, you just can not see images. A view finder would make this camera a great camera. As it stands now it's a good camera if NOT used in the daylight. I would not ever purchase this camera again, and would not recommend it to others, who would need to use it in the daylight. July 22, 2010
Good beginner The lens Cap does not stay on properly.Very important to support camera when in anything other than normal resolution.Recharageable batteries would be a plus. Protection for the lcd screen should be standard. Pictures are good and the zoom works well. July 22, 2010
Camera use limited My L110 takes great pictures when I can use it. Why did Nikon elect to use AA batteries for such a good camera? While on tour in Ireland this summer my friends continued taking photos all day, but I had to put my camera away because my battery power was gone. My friend's camera, which is a less expensive Nikon Coolpix , uses the rechargeable Li-ion battery. This battery lives forever. I have relied on her many times to take pictures after my camera died. I love the photo features of my camera, but I detest not being able to use it because of the inferior battery set up. April 6, 2012
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What settings are most important in eliminating blurry photos?

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I just purchased this camera and out of the box most of my photos are blurry and the auto focus fails to take clear pictures. When photographing my children, if they move ever so slightly I get an awful photo. Are there any settings that I can change to fix these problems? My wife and I are becoming very frustrated since we spent quite a bit of money on this camera...please help!
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I've found that I need a flash at times to get a sharp picture! Keep playing with it, once you get the hang of it, you'll love it!
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Also, the sports continous mode, I've found, though not high quality photos, will usually take pretty good ones. If you click quickly, it will only take one picture so you won't end up cogging up your camera with duplicates.
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Just make sure to press the shutter release half way in order to achieve focus and the all the way to take the picture. In that way it won't a delay.

Please reset the camera to default settings:
Go to MENU > Setup > Reset All
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I'd like to switch my camera to manual setting. Is there a way?

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I TRYED THIS AND NOT AT THING HAPPEN
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The COOLPIX L110 is designed to be easy and automatic to use, so there is no actual Manual Mode, however for more selectable control options, start in Auto Mode, then press Menu. This will show all the adjustable categories.
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Why are my pictures loading into the computer as "low-resolution"? Please help.

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I am trying to make greeting cards for Mothers Day and its stating that my picture qualify is too low.

Also, I went to Target to print them and again, they said that the picture qualify was not good.

Please help, this was an expensive camera not to be able to print good pictures!
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Please verify the settings that you have in Image Quality.
In Auto Mode go to MENU > IMAGE MODE and select 12m (that is the highest quality).
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check your settings, image size should be set to L (large). you may have set it too low ("small" image sizes might be too small for print)
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battary life

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my camera only takes about 5 pictures then needs brand new batteries.. is this normal?
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What batteries are you using.
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The number of shots that can be taken with fully-charged batteries varies with the condition of the battery, temperature and how the camera is used. Battery Life (shots per charge) AA Alkaline: 270shots, AA Lithium: 840shots and EN-MH2: 500shots.
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My camera is really slow at taking pictures, isn't it suppose to be fast?

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i thought this camera was suppose to be fast thats what sold me on this camera. Mine has been very slow at taking pictures i dont know if i have it on the wrong settings but everytime i take a picture with my friends they move because they thought i took the picture but it didn't. Also when i do finally take a picture it takes a little bit to show up, its as if its delayed. I don't know if it's just me or is my camera messed up?
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I have the same exact issue with my camera. As much as I absolutely love Nikon and this camera, at times I have to shut it off and restart it in order to get pics. At other times the button won't even work and I can't take a pic at all (unless I shut it off again). I also see the big delay as well at times, mostly when the lighting isn't that great or flash is on. Again, I love the camera, but big problems with it in that respect....and many of my family members have the same camera because I referred them to it and each one of them has the same problem at times! I'm a bit dissapointed since I use mine to take pictures for other people.
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Why am I getting a blue screen every time I try to download pics from my camera?

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if you get the blue screen on your pc, it's very possible your USB port is malfunctioning. try using another USB slot, if it still happens, there's a good chance you'll have to have your motherboard replaced (in your pc, that is).
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Is there a Remote Release Cord that works with the L110?

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Simple as that is there one?
Main problem with this camera is it's ability to blur every shot no matter how still the tripod so it has to be me pressing the shutter button.
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I use the timer setting for times like you are referring to helps out a lot. i have used when taking photos in low light areas. The attached photo was taken using the 10 second time setting with out it the photo would come out blurry every time in the low light of the forest. I hope that this helps.
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This camera is not compatible with any Remote Release Cord. Please see page # 104 for information in order to set the Vibration Reduction on the COOLPIX L110.
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When I take pictures (using flash when needed) the pictures on the camera look great! But when I load them onto my computer the pictures are extremely dark (I have tried using both the Nikon software as well as iPhoto- the results are the same). How do I fix this problem? I am tired of using my iPhoto software to brighten the pics, the quality of the pictures is seriously ruined. The picture I am attaching was taken with the flash- and when I preview it on my camera it looks GREAT. But this is how my pics look after I upload them.
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sounds like your computer screen is having some coloring issues. try fooling around with the options until the pictures look better,
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Try adjusting the White Balance - page 53 in the manual. Helped my pictures a great deal.
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What setting to i use to capture lightening strikes?

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One option I have used the video option to capture some lighting. It does require using an editing software to capture a frame or 2. It does take more time but I have gotten a few nice shots. One of the shots I took when in Seattle in July 2012.
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My Nikon L110 will not upload pictures to my computer via the USB cable.

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I have tried on three different computers and it will not register it's connection to the computer. Not USB reading on any of the comps.
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I don't know why that's not working, but get a SD card USB reader, they're easy to use and not too expensive.
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