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Nikon Inc. COOLPIX L120

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memory card Class?

What class of memory card is recommended to take full advantage of the camera. Class 4,6,or 10?
I would imagine that a lower class will work but will take more time between shots. what is recommended for this camera?
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Someone said he recorded 30 min of video with his 4 Gb sd card, and with more space on the card could record more.
That is not true, the limit is 30 min for each video, even if you have a 32 Gb sd card, you can not record a video larger than 29 min 59 seconds.
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Thanks for the replies. After I posted I did find the answer. a Class6 is the minimum required for recording uninterrupted high quality video settings. if you run a lower class card there is a risk of the video stopping when the card can no longer keep up.
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2 years, 9 months ago
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I just got the 4GB card for this camera. It holds about 1500 pictures and 29 minutes of video. If you want more video than just 29 minutes, than you should probably use a 6 or 10 GB card.
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Class 6 or above are recommended, so SD, SDHC or SDXC up to 64gb can be used.
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2 years, 11 months ago
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How to protect the lens of L120? filter? adapter?

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Yes, they made a adapter and filters for it.Amazon.
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The camera comes with a lens cover in the box. ou could probably find some sort of case to protect the other 2.
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This model comes with a lens cap (Lens Cap LC-CP22). This model cannot use a filter or an adapter due to the design of the lens.
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When you will release a new firmware for this camera?

Hellow,I am from Romania,and I bought this model in March,I like the quality of the photos,but the red eye program sommetimes doesnt work,it still takes photos that have the red eye efect,and another problem I've seen is the poor quality of the videos,it takes too longer to focalise the image.. Thanq you
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I was experiencing the same issue with focus while zooming video. I went into menu settings for video and changed the focus to "full time auto focus" and the results improved greatly! Hope this helps you out
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2 years, 3 months ago
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answer 2
Coolpix L-120 I am not sure about the red eye feature because my flash does not work. However, even with the feature working, you must use your software to remove the red eye most of the time.

I agree with you about the movies and the playback
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answer 3
Please visit Nikon global site for more information regarding other countries. www.nikon.com
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Can I disable the digital zoom?

I don't want to let people zoom in further than what the optical zoom will allow.
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Actually you can, but not in the way you are thinking of. Night portrait mode and portrait mode and some others don't allow digital zoom.
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answer 2
According to the manual you can NOT turn off the digital zoom as you can in other Nikon models. We like to turn it off because we find that people do not pay attention to the digital zoom indicator.
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Please see page # 23 of the user's manual for the COOLPIX L120 for information about the zoom feature.
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Can i add addtional Lense for this LI120 is it possible

Can i add addtional Lense for this LI120 is it possible
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2 years, 8 months ago
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No, look in the DSLR section, not the compact camera section. Only SLRs and Micro 4/3rds. Not Compacts.
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Only DSLRs, SLRs, and Micro 4/3rds cameras have swappable lenses.
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No lenses can be attached to this model.
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Which kind of tripod can I use for this camera?

I need a tripod to shoot panoramic photos, but I don't know which one is the correct one.
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Any tripod will work, its a 1/4 inch bolt on all of them, If you are doing Panoramic a tripod with a bubble level would be very handy.
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There are a wide variety of tripods in a wide price range. The camera has an industry standard 1/4" female threaded receiver. Any tripod with a standard 1/4" bolt for mounting a camera will work. The individual characteristics of the tripod are user choice based on application. You may wish to consult a local camera store to determine the tripod features most suitable for your application.
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Any tripod will work, it doesnt have to be anyone specific, just make its is sturdy, better to spend that bit extra and get something decent.
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When will this product be released in the United States?

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feb 2011
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Already is.
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since 2010
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Remote shutter release

I am looking at buying this product and need to know if there a wired, wireless or IR remote shutter release available for this? Does the A/V output only work in playback mode or can it be used while shooting?
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3 years ago
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Don't purchase L120! Not worth the money. Very undependable working and shutter release. No to both questions! Don't be disappointed like I was
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No, this camera doesn’t have that feature in order to use a Remote shutter release wired or wireless. A/V output only works in playback.
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3 years ago
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Does the L120 camera have the date and time imprint?

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Click on the menu button, go to the left to the set up button (wrench), go down to print date, then choose one.
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Yep
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Is there any LCD protector or any compatible LCD protector for Nikon L120, that nikon produced or suggestion to use?

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I saw an LCD proctector advertised at Best Buy for the CoolPix L120
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We do not carry or manufacture accessories to that end for this type of models.
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I am new for Nikon. I wanna to buy a new Camera for travel photogarphy & family. can u suggest me for better choice.

Min, 12 MP.
Optical Zoom > 15 x
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I suggest that you buy the Coolpix L120. Great photos and superb HD movies begin with Nikon’s high power 21x wide-angle optical Zoom-NIKKOR glass lens. This powerful zoom lens, with a 25-525mm range equivalent, closes the distance between you and your subjects. Capture your son firing off the game-winning lacrosse shot or your daughter’s first ride on a two wheeler. Whether it’s a panoramic shot of the entire family on a favorite sledding hill, or a photo of your children playing in the backyard, you’ll shoot effortlessly and accurately with the COOLPIX L120.

If you’re new to photography, no worries, this camera has intelligent features to help you out. Five-way VR Image Stabilization uses sensor shift to minimize the effects of camera shake, virtually eliminating blurred images. Trick-or-treating with the kids? The COOLPIX L120 has a high ISO speed up to 6400 to capture fast moving or low-light scenarios.
Behind every great photo and HD movie is the COOLPIX L120, a camera brimming with technological advances. Smile Timer detects when a subject smiles and automatically takes the photo. Blink Warning identifies when a subject may have blinked and signals you to retake the shot. Face-Priority AF is an innovative face-identifying technology that detects and focuses up to 12 faces automatically.

Red-eye will no longer ruin family photos. In-camera Red-Eye Fix automatically fixes the problem before it occurs. Blotchy, uneven complexions are also a thing of the past with COOLPIX L120’s Skin Softening, which smoothes skin tones. This versatile camera also has 17 Scene Modes that adjust camera settings to selected scenes, assuring great pictures at school plays, backyard barbecues, or athletic events.
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It will be a good idea that you compare the specifications of all currents cameras side by side to see which one will fits your needs.
http://www.nikonusa.com/Nikon-Produ...
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why are my pictures blurry when zooming all the way?

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It is the ISO, which is the "film speed". You can let the camera select the ISO for you by using one of the "easy auto modes" (ie portrait or beach) or you can go to auto mode, select, click on menu, and change the ISO accordingly. General Rules and tips for ISO Settings:

* Use an ISO of 100 or 200 when taking photographs outside in sunny conditions.
* If the sky is overcast or it is evening time, then use an ISO within the range of 400 to 800.
* Night time or in cases of low light you might need to set your digital camera ISO to 1600+. If you don't then your photo will appear too dark if at all.

To get close up and avoid blur, use a low setting. The lower the ISO number, the slower the speed however. The higher the ISO number, for example 1600, the faster the speed. So if trying to catch a shot at a sporting event, you may have to play around to get ISO you find desirable.
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Probably due to camera shake, try it on a tripod and see if that helps. You may also want to check your exif data and see what sort of shutter speed etc you are getting at full zoom as a slow shutter speed will also cause blur.
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can u buy a zoom lense and put it on the coolpix L120?

I have been looking at the D3000 and I know you can buy a lense for it, but u wasn't sure about the coolpix L120.
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No. You can only add lenses to digital SLR cameras, not compact digital cameras.
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No, this type of camera cannot use separate lenses.
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HOW TO CHANGE COOL PIX L20 TO 16 SHOT MODE

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Click on the menu button, click on the shooting menu (camera), click on continuous, then go to Multi-shot 16
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Set the camera to Auto Mode > MENU > Continuous and then you can select the Multi-shot 16 feature. Please see page# 75 of the user's manual for the L20.
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can you add a additional lens to this camera

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No. You can only add lenses to digital SLR cameras, not compact digital cameras.
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No, if you want interchangeable lenses, get a DSLR.
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Can you use rechargeable lithium batteries with the nikon L120?

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yes, just click on the menu button, go to the wrench (set up) button and go down the the bottom where it says battery type. Click on Lithium.
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Yes, this camera uses AA (Alkaline, NiMH, Oxyride or Lithium).
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Blurry photos, using auto modes

Hi, just got my L120 yesterday. Right out of the box, using easy mode or most of the auto modes, I get blurry pictures if there is the slightest movement. The kids, the dog, even still objects can blur. It is not "camera shake", as I've noticed that as a common answer to blurry image Q's. When zoomed in, I also get blurred images. I can see on the LCD a very focused image for just a second and then it goes out of focus or blurs. I've tried the "rock back and forth" method in attempt to bring the objects of interest into focus manually. I have read one thread here that says change the ISO speed. My wife will be using this camera, and I really can't imagine that she is going to want to play with ISO speeds in the middle of our kids sports events to control blurring. I was hoping the auto or easy modes would handle that for us. Is this a fatal flaw with this model? Please tell me I am missing something here. I was kind of hoping for a camera that we could use on auto mode most of the time, and when we wanted to get serious, we could play with the ISO speeds, etc.

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L-120 Try removing the batteries, turn off all programs, and let the camera sit idle for at least 24 hours. This might fix your problem. If that doesn't work send the camera to Nikon for repair.
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For better assistance, please click on the link below in order for you to send some sample images:
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Does the L120 provide fisheye effects as does the SX4100?

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I can't find anything that has to do with a fisheye mode, but there still could be a way.
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No, this camera doesn't have a fisheye effect. Models like the COOLPIX s80, s4100, s3100 or the s1100pj have the feature of fisheye effect.
 
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Can i change lens of this camera ? And also tell if battery charging system is inbuilt ? .Can i use Li-ion battery ?

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all are no
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This camera doesn't use interchangeable lenses. The type of batteries this camera use are AA. Yes, you can use rechargeable batteries.
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Is is possible to purchase rechargable batteries compatible with this camera that do not have to be removed to be charged?

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no
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In order to recharge the batteries you have to remove them from the camera.
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