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When life is action-packed, you need a camera that takes great photos and videos without interrupting the fun. The super-fast, super-easy COOLPIX L610 hits the mark. Zoom way in with a 14x optical Zoom-NIKKOR ED glass lens. Optical VR image stabilization keeps the shot steady (even if your hands are not). You won't have to worry about camera settings—Easy Auto Mode makes all the control decisions for you. Fire off blazing fast 16-megapixel action sequences, even after the sun goes down. And since the COOLPIX L610 uses regular AA batteries, you'll never be without power.
VR image stabilization
Motion Detection
ISO 3200
CMOS
Clear Color Display
Smart Portrait System
Scene Auto Selector
Target Finding AF
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Zoom in on the action

14x telephoto zoom with Optical VR image stabilization

When the action starts, you want to catch it—sometimes from a safe distance. With the COOLPIX L610's powerful telephoto Zoom-NIKKOR ED glass lens, you can zoom in on your subject from amazingly far away. Extreme macro shots are just as easy. The COOLPIX L610 lets you get as close as 0.4-in. (1 cm) from your subject! And whether near or far, your photos and videos will be razor-sharp, thanks to built-in Optical VR image stabilization.
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Catch great moments

Superior low-light performance

The COOLPIX L610's highly sensitive 16.0-megapixel CMOS sensor lets you shoot with confidence in the most challenging conditions. You'll create brilliant photos and Full HD (1080p) videos in nearly any lighting situation—indoors without a flash, during sunsets, on cloudy days, beside nighttime cityscapes and more. And when the action speeds up, no problem! The COOLPIX L610 has ultra-fast framing rates and can fire up to 1.9 shots per second (4 shots) for exciting action sequences. Target Finding AF ensures your subject is in focus in every frame.
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Maximum results, minimum fuss

Onboard intelligence for easy success

When you're shooting fast action, you don't have time to fuss with camera settings. Luckily, the COOLPIX L610 can do all the work for you. Easy Auto Mode automatically detects what you're shooting and selects the best Scene Mode (from among 6) for the situation. For more challenging situations, choose one of the camera's 19 Scene Modes like Night Portrait, Night Landscape, Backlighting and more, and the COOLPIX L610 will make sure you get great results!
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High definition videos with style

Some stories can only be told with a movie. When that moment happens, just touch the COOLPIX L610's movie record button and you'll instantly be recording in Full HD (1080p) with stereo sound.
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Ready when you are

The COOLPIX L610 can run on two regular AA batteries, so a fresh set of batteries will never be far out of reach. It also accepts alkaline, lithium type and Nikon rechargeable batteries, available as an optional accessory.
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Perfect little camera to take hiking I bought this camera after my daughter broke the door on my older Coolpix. I picked this camera same reason I picked my older one, I wanted a camera that uses AA batteries so I don't have to worry about running out of power during my hikes. My job is a wedding photographer so I know my way around cameras. I use a D700 and a D800 with an old D300 as backup. I used to try go hiking carrying my cameras in a backpack but that gets way to heavy after a while and I found I was too tired to take any pictures once I got anywhere! I go hiking for about 5 hours and always make videos of my journeys. I use a Gopro and my Coolpix to record the hike. I use the Gopro as the main and my Nikon as the second camera BUT, I use the Nikon to capture the most important shots! This camera takes way sharper videos then the Gopro by far. The colors are richer, the contrast is awesome and they are 100x better. Then only reason I don't use it as the main camera is the screw mount is off center and shooting with the screen on drains my batteries too fast. I carry about 12 batteries with me on a hike and I usually use about 4 during my shooting time. I used to get horrible battery life using alcaline batteries. I would drain a battery in 5 minutes doing video. I would have to buy a jumbo pack of batteries and drain them all on a hike.. then I gave up and just used NI-MH batteries and OMG, the battery life is just godly!! The batteries now just last and last! I think they only get "drained" because I use the video too much and the battery overheats lol Photo wise i usually don't take many photos with my camera since I'm doing video. But I noticed when my battery died from shooting video, I can still blast off a ton of photos with the dead batteries! and the pictures come out awesome! I rarely have to do any photo touch ups at all. Just take out memory card and post the pictures online. The zoom is great at 14x optical to really reach out and grab that shot. I love taking bird shots with this camera since i can just carry it in my pocket. Overall I would highly recommend this camera to anyone looking for a great little point and shoot camera. Fact that is uses AA batteries is a bonus! Now I can't only give positives on my review. the negatives I found using this are: alcaline batteries die too fast with this camera I'm scared about the battery door. Its the same door that was on my other coolpix and I'm afraid it will break like the last camera if i bang it. The zoom during video is digital zoom, not optical so as you zoom, the quality of the pictures goes down. To take video, you press a small button on the back to start and stop video. Wish they made it that the big shutter button could start the video since I'm used to pressing that. The audio is either great or horrible. If your far away from a waterfall, its sounds great but if you're close and the noise levels are higher, the video sound is blah.. Same goes for windy days. If the wind is blowing hard, you can't hear anything but the wind so I have to mute that video clip. hope this helps anyone thinking of getting this camera. I love mine!! June 22, 2014
Excellent ! Though its image stabilization is not very good, yet it is a very good camera March 1, 2014
Easy to use Just got the camera for Christmas already know it very well should last many years looking forward to many great photos December 28, 2013
Great Camera I purchased this camera on 9/5 for a concert on 9/20. With only one day to familiarize myself with it, it worked very well and was easy to use. It took some great photos without flash, it is small enough not to be a burden, easy to handle, and the 14X zoom was great! The original batteries that came with it were dead in half an hour, but I replaced them with lithium, which are still going strong. October 1, 2013
Teriffic camera I needed to replace an older camera, a SLR, with all of the bells and whistles, and wanted a camera easy to use, and didn't have to lug around lens and another piece of luggage for my camera equipment. This camera is very easy to use, and creates sharp, clear, outstanding pictures. The viewfinder works perfectly, it just the right size, and the camera fits easily into my pocket, readily available for a picture. I am still exploring all of the features of this camera, and noticed when I was in Mexico, that I went through the few batteries that I brought from home, and wasn't sure as to the life remaining in either of them. Went out and bought the lithium batteries, this was a month ago, and they are still working fine. If you want a very good camera for personal use, that will product crisp, clear, wonderful photos, very easily, I recommend this camera. Learn about all of the features and settings and this Nikon L610 won't disappoint. July 16, 2013
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what is the weight of the L610

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8.5 ounces (240 grams) with battery and sd card.
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What is the maximum SDHC card size for the L610?

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The highest capacity approved memory cards for the COOLPIX L610 are the SanDisk 128GB SDXC card and the Lexar 128GB SDXC card.

Please see page 21 of the Technical Notes section of the L610 manual for a complete list of approved memory cards.

The L610 manual can be found here:
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Battery Life

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I read a review that faulted the 610 for poor battery life. Poor battery life is the reason I am replacing my current camera. What battery life can I expect with rechargeable nickel metal hydride high capacity (2300) batteries?
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Poor battery performance can be blamed on many factors, some being user related. NiMH should yield between 300 and 350 shots per charge. As the batteries age, that will decline. I always use lithium rechargables.
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Will this model place date and time stamps on the photos ?

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Yes, three options:
Date, date and time or none.
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What are the measurements of the coolpix L610

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Height: 2.7in. (68.4mm)
Width: 4.3in. (108mm)
Depth: 1.4in. (34.1mm)
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Will the l610 accept a Sandisk CompactFlash card?

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Uses SD (secure digital) cards not compact flash (CF)
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whats in the box

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The COOLPIX L610 comes with the following supplied accessories:
AN-CP19 Strap
UC-E6 USB Cable
Two AA Alkaline Batteries
EG-CP16 Audio Video Cable
NikonView NX2 CD-ROM
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What is the battery life in video mode?

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The L610 Battery life for Movies is as follows:
-Approximately 11 minutes when using alkaline batteries
-Approximately 1 hour 20 minutes when using lithium batteries
-Approximately 50 minutes when using EN-MH2 batteries

Please see pages 19 & 20 of the Technical Notes and Index section of the L610 manual for more details. A copy of the L610 manual can be downloaded from this address:
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How do you add music to a movie?

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Upload the movie to the supplied View NX2 software and use the movie editor.
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Trying to determine what size memory card to buy.
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A 16mp photo is about a 4.6mb file so each gb of card size will hold approximately 200 photos. Would also suggest getting a card that is a class 10 or uhs1 write speed.
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Does the Nikon Coolpix L610 have a continuous shutter drive?

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I looked at the "Tech Specs" but do not understand the:

Top Continuous Shooting Speed at full resolution
Up to 4 shots at approx. 1.9 frames per second

How many shots, if applicable, would this camera produce during a golf swing?
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The average amateur golf swing takes a little over 1 second so at 1.9 frames per second you would get about 2 frames. You need a camera that gets at least 5-6 frames per second
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Use sports mode, shoot 4 frames at 2 frames per second.
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Is there a setting to increase the time a photo stays on the screen for review after taking it?

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No,the L610 does not have a setting that allows you to extend the time an image is displayed after taking a picture. You can turn Image Review on/off through the Monitor Settings section of the menu but otherwise the image is only displayed briefly while in the Shooting mode. To review an image for a longer period of time you must go to Playback mode.

For information on turning Image Review on/off see page 73 of the reference section of the L610 manual. A copy of the L610 manual can be found at this address:
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I had the same problem. It's not You, it is the camera. Just return it.
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Does the L610 allow bracketting?

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In other words can you shot 3 pics one under exposed, 1 auto exposed, and 1 over exposed?
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No, the L60 does not have a bracketing feature.
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Is there a paper manual available for the Coolpix L610

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You can download one from here and print it off as required.
http://support.nikonusa.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/17988
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Does the Nikon L-610 take rechargeable lithium-ion (Li-Ion) batteries???

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Does the Nikon L-610 take rechargeable lithium-ion (Li-Ion) batteries or does it only take lithium batteries, which aren't rechargeable?????
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Yes, you can use rechargeable batteries.
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Will the software "ViewNX2" work in Windows8?

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Yes it will.
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is it mac os/x 10.7.5 compatable?

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Yes.
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where can i buy this camera

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You can click "BUY NOW", to purchase the camera directly from Nikon or Click "Authorized Dealers " to find a dealer in your area.
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how do i take action shots without them being blurry?

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To reduce motion blur in action shots you will need to set the camera to use a faster shutter speed. The L610 does not allow you to select a specific shutter speed but there are ways that you can influence the camera to choose a fast shutter speed. The easiest way to do this is to shoot in the Sports Scene Mode since that mode was created to freeze motion in active situations. The L610 also has a Motion Detection feature that can help reduce the effect of subject movement. Motion Detection is not available with all shooting modes, see page 77 of the reference section of the L610 manual for more information on this setting.

Another way to force the camera to choose a faster shutter speed is to increase your camera's sensitivity to light (ISO). Changing your shooting mode to Auto (not Easy Auto) will give you the ability to select your ISO sensitivity in the L610's shooting menu. Selecting a higher ISO setting will allow the camera to use faster shutter speeds thus reducing the likelihood of motion blur in your action shots. See page 46 of the reference section of the L610 manual for information on changing your camera's ISO sensitivity settings.

For an informative article on shutter speed and exposure see this page on Nikonusa.com:
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I need very fast flash recharge

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I own this camera and i LOVE it. Except for the slow flash recharge. All the pictures i take are moving people in low light at local music events. Is there a suggested rechargeable battery (my research has shown many camera owners seem to love the Sanyo Eneloop) that will cut that charge time down drastically (currently using energizer lithiums) or even an external powered quick recharge flash like some of the DSLR cameras have? I've tried a Sony cybershot and cannon powershot (thank you best buy 30 day return policy) and i love the look and feel and QUALITY from this camera, i just need to take pictures faster. Any suggestions so i can keep this beautiful piece of machinery?
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Sounds like you are trying to do some pro shooting with an entry level camera. Personally, I wouldn't' purchase a honda and expect it to drive like a Rolls Royce Ghost. You can invest in a higher end coolpix like the coolpix P7700 or Nikon 1 or Maybe a DSLR perhaps. Quick recycle time only lead to short flash bulb life.
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What is the maximum DPI resolution on the Pictures?

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Depends on the size of the print, a 16 mp file will have 416 dpi on a 8x10 photo.
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What is the names of the memory cards that is used in the Coolpix L610

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What type of memory card is used in coolpix L610.
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Here is the list:
https://nikoneurope-en.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/53415/~/approved-memory-cards-for-coolpix-l-series-cameras
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How do I delete a picture that is on the Welcome screen?

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Turn off the welcome screen, press menu, then scroll to the setup menu(image of a wrench), scroll to welcome screen, select off.
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Best Battery Option?

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I got this camera yesterday and I love the pictures I've taken already, but the battery is a problem. It doesn't take long to drain them. I've already replaced the batteries it came with today and now after some more testing shots, those batteries are drained (although i'm not sure they were completely fresh). Should I buy new batteries and try that and what brand should I get? or should I go ahead and invest in rechargeable batteries (and what kind would be best for this camera)? Thanks! Also, if you have any tips on preserving battery life while taking pictures, I'd be happy to hear those too.
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Try lithium batteries. As far as saving the battery about all you can do is use the LCD a little as possible. Try to do all your finished photo looking to uploads to your computer.
Rechatgeable batteries are not a bad idea, just get a good brand name. If you do, don't mix partially charged and fully charged batteries.
With regular batteries when you put a fresh set in make sure you replace them in pairs
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You can go to monitor brightness in the setup menu and increase the screen brightness or purchase an anti glare protector. they are very inexpensive
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Can this camera use a single rechargeable Lithium-Ion AA Battery (3.6 v)?

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Can this camera use a single rechargeable Lithium-Ion AA Battery (3.6 v) in conjunction with a "placeholder" dummy battery in place of the two normal 1.5v AA Cells? My main concern is the 0.6v higher voltage than one would get with a pair of normal Alkaline AAs.
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No, AA's only.
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what can I do to make pictures focused?

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if somebody running pictures become blurry. I have tried easy mode,auto mode,sport, neither of those worked.
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To reduce motion blur in action shots you will need to set the camera to use a faster shutter speed. The L610 does not allow you to select a specific shutter speed but there are ways that you can influence the camera to choose a fast shutter speed. The easiest way to do this is to shoot in the Sports Scene Mode since that mode was created to freeze motion in active situations. If this is not working for your shooting situation you can try using the Continuous Shooting Option or Best Shot Selector, which will allow you to take pictures in quick succession and capture action. Information about Continuous Shooting and Best Shot Selector can befound on page 44 of the reference section of the L610 manual. The L610 also has a Motion Detection feature that can help reduce the effect of subject movement. Motion Detection is not available with all shooting modes, see page 77 of the reference section of the L610 manual for more information on this setting.

Another way to force the camera to choose a faster shutter speed is to increase your camera's sensitivity to light (ISO). Changing your shooting mode to Auto (not Easy Auto) will give you the ability to select your ISO sensitivity in the L610's shooting menu. Selecting a higher ISO setting will allow the camera to use faster shutter speeds thus reducing the likelihood of motion blur in your action shots. See page 46 of the reference section of the L610 manual for information on changing your camera's ISO sensitivity settings.

For an informative article on shutter speed and exposure see this page on Nikonusa.com:
http://www.nikonusa.com/en/Learn-An...

A copy of the L610 manual can be downloaded from this address:
http://support.nikonusa.com/app/ans...
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how do I extend video length?

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I have already changed the video settings and it is giving the same video length, 29:00.
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The only thing you can do is stop the video momentarily and restart then stitch together in view nx. You cannot override the 29 minute time limit.
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