Nikon Coolpix L25 10MP Compact Digital Camera - Black Or Red  £39.99 @ Argos
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Nikon Coolpix L25 10MP Compact Digital Camera - Black Or Red £39.99 @ Argos

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Found 7th Nov 2012
argos.co.uk/sta…htm (Link to the red one)

Capture fantastic images and HD video with the Nikon Coolpix L25 10MP Compact Digital Camera. With 5x optical zoom you dont have to worry about a loss of quality on close-up shots and the scene auto select means that the camera settings will be automatically configured optimally for your environment

Scene Auto Select Smart portrait system 720p Video recording with sound 18 scene modes wireless transfer compatible with Eye-Fi X2 (or later) card

Model number L25

10 megapixels.
Black plastic body.
28mm wide angle lens.
5 x optical zoom.
4 x digital zoom.
3in LCD screen.

Features:

PictBridge compatible.
Continuous shooting up to 1.2 frames per second.
Red eye reduction.
Memory card compatibility: SD, SDHC and SDXC.
720p high definition movie capture and playback with sound.
Maximum ISO 1600.
18 scene modes.
Intelligent scene mode.
Smile shutter.
Blink detection.
Splashproof.
Self timer.
Built-in flash.

General information:

Includes USB cable and carry strap.
Batteries required: 2 AA.
Weight 120g.
Size H6, W9.6cm.
Depth 2.9cm (when switched off).

8 Comments

Great little camera at almost a throw away price!

Hi. Anyone remember the model of the camera that been posted about 2 weeks ago ( around 120 quid from 220ish ) with good zoom that been recommended as one of the best compact camera ?

AA batteries omg

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AA batteries omg

I have this camera and with a good set of rechargable batteries its a good buy.

OK camera at an excellent price if you're shopping at the very bottom of the market but AA power really isn't a good idea if you use a camera more than a couple of times a year.

AA's a re a bonus for some as easy and cheap rechargeables avaialble or a non rechargeable available most shops if you did run out on holiday for instance

This is same price on Amazon for black so not voted hot or cold
Edited by: "P.E" 8th Nov 2012

Love the AA cell vs li-ion battery arguments; on nearly every camera thread you'll have someone compaining about the power source (usually the li-ion lovers ;))

Personally I'm sitting on the fence on this argument.

I always liked the convenience of my AA powered cameras and with good quality recharegables I always got plenty of shots between recharges.

Four cameras I've bought recently (panasonic, fuji and sony) have had proprietary li-ion batteries and I've liked them all.

Cameras powered with proprietary li-ion batteries can be smaller, lighter, have better flash and good battery life; but - I've had to buy extra batteries for all four of my li-ion cameras; two external chargers and an in-car charger - not quite as convenient (or cheap) as using AA cells.

Cameras powered with AA cells tend to be cheaper to buy, sometimes have poor battery life (but with good rechargeables often get good battery life) and AA cells are readily available making them convenient to run.







Edited by: "wombat6025" 8th Nov 2012

wombat6025

Love the AA cell vs li-ion battery arguments; on nearly every camera … Love the AA cell vs li-ion battery arguments; on nearly every camera thread you'll have someone compaining about the power source (usually the li-ion lovers ;)) Personally I'm sitting on the fence on this argument.I always liked the convenience of my AA powered cameras and with good quality recharegables I always got plenty of shots between recharges.Four cameras I've bought recently (panasonic, fuji and sony) have had proprietary li-ion batteries and I've liked them all.Cameras powered with proprietary li-ion batteries can be smaller, lighter, have better flash and good battery life; but - I've had to buy extra batteries for all four of my li-ion cameras; two external chargers and an in-car charger - not quite as convenient (or cheap) as using AA cells.Cameras powered with AA cells tend to be cheaper to buy, sometimes have poor battery life (but with good rechargeables often get good battery life) and AA cells are readily available making them convenient to run.



Generally fair and balanced comment I think but when you add that you can get decent Li-ion compatibles for most cameras for well under a tenner the balance swings way over to the Li-ion side. Bulk and weight alone should put anyone off AAs. Of course AA cameras are cheaper (or should be, not all are) as there's no charger or battery supplied!
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