Trendy, handy, compact, convenient, affordable and feature-packed; these are just a few words to describe this cool new point and shoot digital camera by Nikon. The Nikon Coolpix L25 belongs to the Life series of point and shoot cameras, that are designed for easy yet dramatic photography. This camera is ideal for daily use, to chronicle the moments of your life.
The Coolpix L25 has a focal length of 4 - 20 mm, with a 35 mm equivalent focal length of 28 - 140 mm. You can take detailed images of distant objects with the 5x optical zoom and 4x digital zoom of the Nikon digital camera. The CCD image sensor of this point and shoot enables images at a 10.1 megapixel resolution.
This handy little digital camera is designed to fit to any kind of plan, be it a formal occasion or an evening party. The small camera fits comfortably in your hands, with controls that can be easily reached while taking pictures. The Nikon camera features one-touch buttons for video shooting and image preview, letting beginners adapt easily to a new hobby.
The Nikon Coolpix L25 weighs 171 g, which is light enough to slip into your jacket pocket without hassles. Record the precious moments of life, not only in still images but clear videos as well. The Coolpix L25 can shoot videos in HD at 1280 x 720 dot pixel resolution and 30 fps.
This Nikon digital camera processes your images and delivers high quality pictures with low noise (grains), thanks to the EXPEED C2 image processor. You can preview and compose images to look perfect with the 3 inch TFT LCD screen that has a resolution of 230,000 dot pixels.
Battery and Storage
Images shot by you are saved on SD, SDHC or SDXC memory cards. To free up further space, you can also transfer images and videos from your camera to a computer or PC with the high-speed USB port available in the camera. The Coolpix L25 runs on 2 alkaline batteries, and can also draw power from 2 Lithium or NiMh batteries. While using alkaline batteries, you can shoot up to 220 images on full charge. With Lithium batteries, you can shoot up to 680 pictures on full charge.
The Coolpix L25 features an aperture range of f/2.7 - 6.8, which is the measure of the lens diaphragm which controls the amount of light reaching the image sensor. With the Auto Focus feature of the Nikon Coolpix L25, you can focus in a range of 30 cm to infinity (Wide) and 60 cm onwards (Wide).
This Coolpix camera has an ISO range of ISO 80 - 1600, which measures the camera’s sensitivity to light. The shutter speed of the Nikon L25 has a range of 1/2000 - 1 sec, which can be reduced to 4 seconds in the Fireworks show scene mode, letting you take splendid images of bursts of light on Diwali or other occasions. The built-in flash of the camera has a range of 0.3 - 4.2 m (Wide) and 0.6 - 1.6 m (Tele), lighting up every corner of your memories for sharp and detailed images.
The Nikon Coolpix L25 has 21 shooting modes like Party/Indoor, Snow, Food, Fireworks show and more. In Snow mode, you can shoot images with bright whites while avoiding washout of other colors. The electronic Vibration Reduction feature ensures that your images are blur-free and sharp, even if your hand or subject moved while the picture was being taken.
The face detection feature detects each face in a frame and ensures that the settings are optimized to get the faces in sharp focus. The blink proof feature lets you know when subjects have blinked or closed their eyes, letting you take another image. In smile timer mode, the camera automatically takes a picture when it detects a smiling face in the frame.
With the self-timer, you can delay the shutter release by 10 seconds and join your friends in every memorable image. On continuous mode, your camera can take up to 4 images at a speed of 1.2 frames per second, letting you record any sequence of action for a quirky set of photographs.
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