Nikon Coolpix L18

Announced Jan 29, 2008 •
8 megapixels | 3 screen | 35 – 105 mm (3×)
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I purchased this camera in Jan 2009. Refab one cost me only about $70 bugs. After using this refab camera for 8 months, I brought it on Las Vegas and Canada trip. I am very satisfied with the result this camera brought to me. I start to use it as my primary vacation camera, mainly due to it's easy to use and good quality picture results. This camera takes better image than many point and shoot cameras (I have used more than 10 of them, and still owns about 7-8 P & S), especially in the dark ...

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Trek2120
 
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The L18 is very good as a "secondary" camera. I cycle, rollerblade, kayak, hike, walk, etc. I carry the L18 on a belt pack. It's great for those unexpected shots. I also have a Canon S5 IS that I use for more serious photography, but I'd never carry it when out enjoying my physical hobbies. I do cross country cycling trips every year. I carry both cameras, but use the L18 far more because I can pull it out, turn it on, and take pictures with one hand. There are a lot of photo ...

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Hi, I had a lot of digital cameras and this camera takes great pictures. I use it for putting pictures on Ebay. I like the pictures that it takes. Clear and makes everything look great! The cost of the camera is great Problems: On taking the SD memory card out of the camera someone said that you had to take out the batteries to take out the memory card but if you press down on the memory card it just pops out.

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graywh
 
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There's not much I like about this camera. It runs on 2xAA, which I thought would be convenient, but the flash recharge time is very slow. The shutter speed is very slow. Pictures in low light have a lot of noise. There is no control for editing videos like my previous camera. Cannot browse the memory card filesystem when the camera is connected to a computer or add files to it--you can only get the files off using software. Overall, the controls are fairly simple and not that different ...

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RichL
 
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good overall in function and display. Nice simple layout, menus etc. One of few point and shoots left that uses 2AA batteries, a big plus. Big display. Problems: -a real disappointment in convenience is that it connects by USB using the "MTP" (media transfer protocol) and shows up in the folder structure as an "imaging device" rather than a MSC (mass storage class) device which gets a drive letter assigned. Some third party image editors will not "see" MTP devices, only drive letters. ...

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NK  HILLSIDE
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East of use, value for money. Problems: ISO can not be adjusted manually.

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