Posted on July 5th, 2012
The Nikon L110 camera is a great piece of equipment for the common user and also is great for families who like to capture the moments on film. The camera is reasonably priced and can be found at 42nd Street Photo for a more than reasonable price. There are many pros to this camera. Some of the biggest pros are the fast shutter speed, price of the camera, and the camera operates on AA batteries as well as rechargeable batteries. Some other features that have made the Nikon L110 a great choice, is the large 3’ LCD screen as well as the easy operating system.
Along with the many pros there are a few cons that must be considered before purchasing. The first is that the camera runs entirely in auto mode and photo adjustment is very limited. At ISO 800 and above luminance noise and noise suppression do their damage. One of the biggest cons was in fact of the size of the camera as I found it to be a bit bulky for my taste and the door hinges seem a bit flimsy. The biggest complaint just seems to be the overall slowness of the camera.
Overall it’s not a bad camera for the Nikon name and the price, but if you are an experienced photographer it’s probably not the fit for you.
Included with the camera:
- Nikon Coolpix L110
- 4 AA Lithium batteries
- AV cable
- USB cable
- Lens cap
- Lens cap string
- Shoulder strap
- 20-page Quick Start Guide
- 144-page User’s Manual
- CD-ROM with Nikon Transfer and ViewNX software
Posted on August 22nd, 2011
The new Canon EOS Rebel T3i is the newest high end camera that is just above the Rebel T3 and last year’s Rebel T2i. The biggest difference between the Rebel T2i and the Rebel T3i is the new flip-out and rotating LCD display on the T3i. The Canon EOS Rebel T3i still includes the 18.0 MP sensor which was included in the T2i. Trust me when I say the T3i will not disappoint you with the picture quality no matter if shot in low light or with high ISO. The Canon EOS Rebel T3i also carries the DIGIC 4 processor to keep your performance level at top speed when snapping pictures. No matter what the picture quality is high even when shooting at 6400 ISO. This camera also includes full HD video recording and live view shooting.
- SD/SDHC/SDXC Memory Card Slot
- 18MP APS-C CMOS Sensor
- DIGIC 4 Imaging Processor
- 3.0″ Clear View Vari-Angle LCD
- 100-6400 ISO
- Full HD Movie Mode w/ Manual Exposure
- Compatible with Canon EF and EF-S Lenses
- 3.7 Frames/Second Continuous Shooting
- 63 Zone Dual-Layer Metering / 9-Point AF
- Intelligent Auto Mode
If you are new to photography this camera is not for you. This is for the experienced photographer who is already well versed with Canon products and DSLRs. This camera offers the best options for a camera of its price with outstanding results.