Announced Jul 11, 2007 •
8 megapixels | 2.5″ screen | 38 – 114 mm (3×)
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Looking into the following cameras. Want to spend $350 at most. Going to be used for everyday pictures (low light issues with some won't be a deal breaker), some home videos (doesn't need to be super fancy). Want something that will last a while and takes decently nice photos. Pros and cons of each would be helpful, as well as any personal experience! Thank you! :) Nikon Coolpix L830 ($200 on amazon) Nikon Coolpix P530 ($350 on amazon) Canon PowerShot SX510 HS ($220 on amazon) Canon...
Can anyone suggest a camera that can suit my needs? It should be good quality, versatile and not require a photography degree to operate. I need a camera that will do sharp, clear detail on close ups of jewelry and jewelry components to use on a web site. $400 or less. I am a novice and do not need a complicated camera. From what I understand, this type photo requires a good sensor, high megapixels, macro mode and white balance. I have been looking at Cannon SX50 and Nikon COOLPIX L830....
Hi all, I posted last week about a good point and shoot. I was wanting to buy the Nikon L830. From all of your comments on my post and some other posts, I've concluded either of the above would be better then the L830. Correct? If yes, which of these 2 do you prefer and why? Thank you!
Hi there, I'm looking for a good first camera to upgrade from my usual smartphone pictures. I want something in between a regular digital camera and a DSLR, if such a thing exists, to take good quality pictures while traveling that I can blow up to 8x10s or so without sacrificing too much on picture quality. I was looking at the Nikon Coolpix L830, but I'm not really sure if that's a good bet. Any suggestions? I don't need something with interchangeable lenses or a bunch of controls, but I...