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Long zoom range, outstanding photos, HD videos and sharp styling—all in an easy-to-use camera.

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If you want to be delighted by your photos and HD videos; if you want to catch detailed close-ups of faraway action; if you like the styling of advanced cameras but want the simplicity of a point-and-shoot, say hello to the COOLPIX L830. With a superb NIKKOR super telephoto glass lens that delivers 34x optical zoom plus an astounding 68x Dynamic Fine Zoom, you'll be amazed by how far you can reach. Hybrid Vibration Reduction helps ensure a little camera shake won't blur your videos—a big plus when shooting at these long zoom distances. The COOLPIX L830's comfortable design, elegantly simple controls and intuitive menu system make operation a breeze. You can even tilt the high-resolution LCD for a better view while recording Full HD 1080/60i video with stereo sound. Getting closer to the moments that matter just got easier.
Dynamic Fine Zoom
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Motion Detection
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Clear Color Display
Smart Portrait System
Scene Auto Selector
Target Finding AF
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Get even closer to what matters

Zoom in even farther with Dynamic Fine Zoom

Every COOLPIX is designed around a genuine NIKKOR glass lens, the legendary optics that have helped make Nikon famous. The COOLPIX L830’s 34x optical zoom lens goes from wide-angle—great for portraits and landscapes—all the way up to telephoto—great for closeups of sports, concerts, nature and more. When you need even more reach, zoom up to 34x with optical zoom and 68x with Dynamic Fine Zoom, an enhanced digital zoom function that effectively doubles your reach.

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Master the camera in no time

Simple, convenient operation for stress-free shooting

The COOLPIX L830 is so easy to use, anyone can take great photos and videos with it. Just turn the camera on, point, shoot and marvel at the results. For maximum point-and-shoot convenience, select Easy Auto Mode. It automatically optimizes the camera settings for each shot, no matter how challenging the situation. You'll be free to enjoy the moment while you capture it.
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Enjoy the view

3.0-inch 921,000-dot LCD display makes every photo and video look great

The COOLPIX L830's large, 921,000 LCD display makes it easy to compose your shots or monitor your video recording. Reviewing and sharing your creations is a pleasure, too—every shot looks fantastic on the display.
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Record superior videos

Full HD 1080p videos with stereo sound for dazzling movies

If you want a compact camera that shoots stunning Full HD videos, the COOLPIX L830 delivers. Full HD 1080p means exceptional video quality. Record the action, then connect to an HDTV* and watch your videos come alive. A built-in mic records high-quality audio in stereo. Your videos will look and sound phenomenal.
*Requires optional cable
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Let the camera call the shots

18 Scene Modes for effortless photos and videos

Experienced photographers optimize their camera settings to match the situation. The COOLPIX L830 does that work for you. With 18 Scene Modes, including Beach, Snow, Night Portrait, Sunset and more, it's easy to match the moment to a Scene Mode. You can even get creative and use Scene Modes to alter ordinary shots. Or, select Easy Auto Mode and let the camera choose the best mode for your situation. 

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Intelligent autofocus

It's frustrating when a smartphone camera focuses on the wrong thing. With COOLPIX L830, Target Finding AF quickly determines your intended subject and puts the focus where it belongs—on your subject.

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Keep it steady

There’s nothing worse than a shaky handheld video. As soon as you start recording with COOLPIX L830, Hybrid VR (Vibration Reduction) activates and combats camera shake for sharper steadier home movies.
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Flatter your friends and family

Create beautiful photos of the people you care about. Smart Portrait System activates several features ideal for portraits, like Face Priority AF, Skin Softening, Blink Warning and more.
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Turn the ordinary into extraordinary

Easily apply fun and creative Image Effects like Selective Color, Miniature, Skin Softening and more right from the camera—no need for additional photo or video-editing software.

Dynamic Fine Zoom magnification is calculated from the full-wide end of optical zoom.

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Superb overall performance and results Purchased in May 2014 as a replacement for the P100 and have a lighter, smaller camera for exercise walks. I have only Nikon cameras - 5 35mm and 7 digital. As an avid bird watcher, I take many GBs of birds. This L830 photo quality is nearly equivalent to my D7000. I suspect because the pixels are denser in the L830, the range of computer editing is not as diverse as with the D7000. But the L830 provides wonderful photos. The only disadvantage is not being able to use a viewfinder; the screen is a bit difficult to find birds at a distance, but I'm getting better at it. The zoom power is greater than the 80-400mm for the D7000. But I can't complain for about $200 compared to about $3,000. Photos below ranged 8 to 11 mb jpg after editing. I've already recommended the L830 to an Apple business specialist who is headed for India. August 5, 2014
Awesome Point & Shoot I purchased the Nikon Coolpix L830 to satisfy my interest in beginner photography (mostly of my dog & wildlife) and it did so very well. The 34x optical zoom is fantastic, and it does not alter the quality of the photo at all. I also use the camera to take pictures of my brother's little league baseball games, and, although there is some blur on the fast moving ball & bat, everything else is crystal clear. At graduation events, I am able to get close up pictures of the perfect moments from the back row. You will not regret buying this camera. The price, the zoom, and the quality make this the perfect beginner point & shoot camera. July 27, 2014
mine did not come with rechargable battiers mine did not come with rechargable battiers and i was looking for a case for it. i tired taking some night pics and i got some great shots of the moon and my flowers not sure how to use the telephoto setting July 16, 2014
AWESOME CAMERA! Earlier this week, I went looking around for a new camera. Hiking is one of my favorite hobbies and I really needing something compact, and with a grip on the side. This is the only camera I could find with a great lens for great photos and it is compact for something with this much power. Also, the adjustable screen is a great feature! This is a great camera for people who are new to cameras, it is very user friendly and the value is impeccable! May 25, 2014
LOVE THIS L830 Ok, this is a pretty sweet little camera. It makes me look like I know what I'm doing. Not me but the L830 takes great pic's. So if your looking for a new camera take a look at this one you can't go wrong with this one. Well its dumb proof also. it even tells you that you left the lens cap on.it goes to sleep if you forget to turn it off. Love this thing. May 11, 2014
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Due you have to manually press flash button to use or is there a setting where it is on when needed on the L830

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The flash must be raised in order to operate the flash. After the flash is raised, flash mode settings can be changed. If the camera is set to auto, the camera will automatically decide if the camera needs flash according to the shooting conditions. In selected scene modes, the camera will optimize the flash as needed however not all scene modes will allow the use of flash. Please see page 55 of the User's Manual to see which scene modes allow flash and the flash modes available.: https://support.nikonusa.com/app/an...
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No, there are no remotes available for the L830.
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How to upload the pictures to my computer?

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How do I upload my pictures from my Coolpix L830 to my computer? I run Windows XP.
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Images can be transferred to your computer using the USB cord or using a card reader. To transfer images using a USB, connect the camera to the computer and turn the camera on. Most new computers contain everything you need to just plug in your camera and offload your images without the need to install additional software. Just plug in your camera, and open My Computer (Windows) "see" your camera. For the best experience with your Nikon digital camera, Nikon offers a free image browser and viewer application called View NX 2 that is available for download here.:

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View NX 2 also contains the image transfer application Nikon Transfer 2, which is ideal to use for Nikon cameras or with memory card readers.If using a card reader, connect the card reader into the computer and then insert the SD card. If the computer you are operating on has a built in card reader, simply insert the SD card.

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Which is the better ISO standard for Wedding photography while using Nikon L830 ?

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Impossible to say as it depends on the lighting at the time.
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I can't have the camera beep at the click of every button, especially at school events. Is there a way to turn it to silent mode?
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The sound settings of the COOLPIX L830 are managed in the Setup Menu. The Setup Menu can be found by pressing the Menu button on the back of camera and navigating to the wrench icon. Scroll through the settings until you see the options for Button Sound and Shutter Sound. For more information on updating these settings please see page 65 of the Reference section of the COOLPIX L830 Reference Manual. A copy of the L830 Reference Manual can be downloaded from here: https://support.nikonusa.com/app/an... .
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What size UV filter does the Nikon CoolPix L830 use?

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Filters cannot be attached to the L830
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Please send me photos of bokeh taken with L830. Thank You.
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Bokeh is created when your photograph has a very shallow depth of field and is primarily controlled by the aperture setting. The COOLPIX L830 does not give you the ability to control aperture directly, so it can be challenging to control depth of field with this camera. Lowering your ISO (available when shooting in Auto) may force your camera to open the aperture wide enough to increase bokeh. Your lens focal length and your distance to your subject can also affect depth of field, so try experimenting with zooming your camera to its longest focal length (without using digital zoom) and getting closer to your subject.

You may want to consider a COOLPIX that offers manual exposure control since these cameras will let you control your aperture setting. To find COOLPIX cameras with this option go to the following page and narrow the results by choosing the "Manual Exposure Control" feature.
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Why doesn't the number of images change on the screen?

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Why is it that when I take photos the number of exposures remaining stays the same (9999) but when I view the images it tells me how many I have actually taken (25/25)?
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Select Nikon COOLPIX digital cameras have a 3D Scene Mode, which takes one picture for each eye, simulating a 3D image on a 3D-compatible TV or monitor. With the COOLPIX L820 supports 3D and can be activated by selecting the 3D scene mode. After taking the first picture by pressing the shutter-release button, move the camera horizontally to the right so that the subject is aligned with the guide on the monitor.The camera automatically captures the second image when it detects that the subject is aligned with the guide.

These cameras are able to create a 3D image by the user taking one image, then moving the camera horizontally, and taking a second image. The cameras were designed to assist the shooter in capturing the two images. After the first image is taken, a translucent overlay is shown on the display monitor that guides the user to line up the subject being photographed correctly.

Also, the camera’s focus and exposure are locked after the first frame is taken so that both frames will be recorded with the same exposure and focus point. Once the subject is aligned with the guide, the camera automatically snaps the second photo.

Because the camera’s display is not 3D, only the first image of the series will display in playback.

For the 3D effect, images must be viewed on a 3D-compatible HDTV or monitor, with the camera connected to the HDTV/monitor via an HDMI cable, and the camera’s playback must be set to 3D playback. 3D glasses will also be needed (as necessary with the aforementioned 3D-compatible TV or monitor) to view the 3D photographs.

Not all subjects are ideal for capturing in 3D though. For example, moving subjects—by their inherent nature—are not good 3D subjects, since you have to take two images and the subject will likely have moved a great deal between the two exposures. There will, however, be a more pronounced 3D feel to images where there is a greater distance between the subject and background. For more information on 3D please see page 45 of the User's Manual: https://support.nikonusa.com/app/an...
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Can I use a filter with the L830? If so what size?

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Nikon does not make filters for the L830, however it does have "filter effects" in the editing software built into the camera.
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Is there an HDR Function?

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Is there a set HDR function in the camera? If not is it possible to change the light setting on the camera to take an HDR spread and merge them together with software?
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When Backlighting is selected this enables or disable the high dynamic range (HDR) function based on the type of image you want to take. When it is ON, An HDR composite image in which the loss of details in highlights or shadows is minimized. For more information on Backlighting please see the User's Manual of the COOLPIX L830: https://support.nikonusa.com/app/an...
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What is the best setting for bird watching?

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I am having trouble getting the Coolpix L830 to focus on the objects I want it to focus on: birds. The most common problem I run into is the bird is on a fence or in a tree, but the camera wants to focus on the grass or leaves behind it, even when the bird/object is clear and distinct and still.
I've tried several settings, include both smart modes, sport and pet without much luck. I've had the best luck with Portrait, but given my subject is so far away, this limits the ability to use the zoom. 9 times out of 10, no matter the setting same result. Blurry bird, clear background.
I also have a similar problem with butterflies even using the close up/flower setting.
It's very frustrating to feel like what I need the camera to "see" is RIGHT THERE and it is looking at everything except the subject.
Is it possible the camera's entire focus is just off, or am I just using the wrong setting? What is the best setting to use?
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Change autofocus mode to manual and you will be able to select the focus point. Read pages 36-37 in the reference section(denoted by binocular symbol and page number) of
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Is there anyway to hook a remote shutter release to the L830?

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Is there any way to hook a remote shutter release? The 2 second timer means I have to be right there to start the timer. With nature photography that isn't always possible.
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No remote shutter release available.
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Changing the time format

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Can the format of the time be changed out of a 24 mode?
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No 24 hr mode only.
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Does this camera upload to the internet?

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The COOLPIX L830 does not have built-in Wi-Fi to wirelessly transfer images. Images can be transferred to the internet by connecting the camera to the computer. For more information on transferring please see the following: https://support.nikonusa.com/app/an...

For the best experience with your Nikon digital camera, Nikon offers a free image browser and viewer application called View NX 2 that is available for download here:

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View NX 2 also contains the image transfer application Nikon Transfer 2, which is ideal to use for Nikon cameras or with memory card readers. For more information on Card Readers:
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Settings to take photos of moving dog??

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Whenever I take pictures of my dog inside with a moderate amount of light (i.e. lamps, no natural light), the photos come out WAY too bright (even without a flash) and it is blurry even if my dog moves her head just a little bit. I took pictures in the default setting and also the pet portrait setting. Most of the pictures I will be taking is going to be of animals (who do not stay still) and my baby and I would like to know the best way to take the photos because when I want to capture a moment, I have a short window to do so.
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There are several different ways to approach preventing motion blur. Using the L830's built in flash will help but may not be appropriate for all shooting situations. You could also try shooting in the Sports Scene Mode since that mode was created specifically to freeze motion in active situations. Information on the Sports Scene Mode can be found on page 33 of the L830 manual. The Continuous Shooting Option or Best Shot Selector will allow you to take pictures in quick succession and capture action. Information about Continuous Shooting and Best Shot Selector can befound on page 35 of the Reference Section of the L830 Reference Manual.

The L830 also has Vibration Reduction and Motion Detection features that can help reduce the effect of camera shake and subject movement. These features are not available with all shooting modes, see page 67 and 68 of the Reference Section of the L830 Reference Manual for more information on these settings.

Another way to reduce motion blur is to increase your shutter speed. The L830 does not allow you to manually choose your shutter speed but if you increase your camera's sensitivity to light (ISO) the shutter speed will speed up. Changing your shooting mode to Auto (not Easy Auto) will give you the ability to select your ISO sensitivity in the L830'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 38 of the Reference Section of the L830 Reference 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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Nikon did not create a printed version of the COOLPIX L830 manual, but the download can be found here: https://support.nikonusa.com/app/an...
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how do you use burst mode

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Select auto mode then press the menu button, scroll to continous pick the burst mode you want and press ok. half depress shutter to focus then full press and hold the shutter until shooting is complete.
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Looking to film a class lecture, roughly an hour but my 64gb SD inthe camera is limited to 30 min. how do you break the 30 min limit and keep going?

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Individual movie files cannot exceed 4 GB in size or 29 minutes in length, even when there is sufficient free space on the memory card for longer recording. Recording may end before either limit is reached if camera temperature becomes elevated. The actual movie length may vary depending on the movie content, subject movement, or type of memory card.
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Is there any way to tell the actual focal length in lieu of the bar across the top?

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The COOLPIX L830 is 4.0–136 mm (angle of view equivalent to that of 22.5–765 mm lens in 35mm [135] format). The focal length cannot be seen on the camera's LCD monitor as the lens extends. Focal length will be shown once the images are uploaded and can be found in the metadata of the image.
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where is the Motion Blur Reduction feature?

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Where to find it?
Press menu button, scroll to setup(symbol of a wrench), press ok, scroll to motion detection
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Does the L830 have wi fi or the ability to share photos?

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The COOLPIX L830 does not have Wi-Fi capabilities to transfer images to any iOS/Android device. Cameras that are able to do this are the COOLPIX S5200, S6500, S9500 and the soon to be released S5300.
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Guaranty

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Is there a guaranty provided? If yes, how long?
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1 year warranty.
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I am a novice so bear with me. I was wondering how many pictures it will store and can you increase that amount so how if need be?

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I am going to Africa on a Safari and that is why I am looking for a easy to use but good camera.
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The Internal memory is approximately 59MB. to increase memory size, insert an approved SD card.
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how much faster is the zoom focus in the 830 than the 820

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This information is not in the published technical specifications of the COOLPIX L830 and COOLPIX L820.
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Why ISO cannot exceed 200 under Auto mode?

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Brought the L830 a week ago, and found out that the ISO cannot exceed 200 under Auto mode. I can manually change the ISO to a higher one, but in Auto mode, the ISO will be 200 or less. I tried to point it to dark objects, and the left corner of the screen only show 'ISO'. Even the exposure time reach 1 second, the ISO will stay at maximum 200, which end up with a blurred picture!

I am wondering if this is a known issue or just the problem of this unit. Thanks!
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