Solid wide-angle lens, ranging to a long telephoto, Big textured grip, Good control layout, 3-inch LCD screen with 460K pixels, Sensor-shift stabilization, Good job with color, Very little barrel distortion, Good shutter lag test results, 720p HD video...
Good color reproduction and image quality, good 720p video recording, superb LCD display, 15x optical zoom, hybrid image stabilization, price
Excellent features for its price; easy operation.
Affordable, Vibration Reduction, 15x optical zoom
Very slow response, Limited photo adjustments, No EVF, Does not accept SDXC cards, Fuzzy macro details, Door hinges seem flimsy, Auto flash produced overexposed shots, At ISO 800 and above luminance noise and noise suppression do their damage, Chromati...
Very few manual options, noise at ISO400 and higher
Very little manual control. Limitations in Easy Auto, Smart Portrait, and Sport Continuous modes.
Poor low-light photo quality; long shutter lag.
Screen exposure inaccuracy, image quality, no viewfinder, no manual controls
By DigitalVersus on February 17, 2011
The Nikon L110 would be perfectly adequate for beginners looking for a simple, easy-to-use camera. However, other cameras can do much better than this, even if you never bother touching their more advanced manual...60
By PC Mag on January 23, 2011
Much more afforable thanNikon's brand new compact cameras, the Nikon Coolpix L110 ($279.95 list) comes equipped with a 12.1 megapixel CCD optical sensor, a 15x zoom, 28 millimeter lens and a 3-inch HVGA display. Not to mention there are also several...-
By Digital Camera Buyer on November 24, 2010
Cheaper than its predecessor but still with the same set-back - image quality should be better for a camera of its pricing - nonetheless, a good performer if this is your first bridge cameraOverall Our provides the latest photography news, reviews,...60
By G4tv.com on November 22, 2010
Video Review: Gear up for the Black Friday deals, like the Nikon Coolpix L110 digital camera. Kevin Pereira and Alison Haislip review the camera that offers a 12.1 megapixel sensor, 15x optical zoom and a 3" LCD. Find out if this camera is a buy for...-
By The Imaging Resource on September 01, 2010
Remember my earlier Porsche/Ford analogy? The Nikon Coolpix P100 is such a superior camera to the L110, it's ridiculous. I know there's a $100 price differential but this is one C-note well worth spending. Read my Nikon P100 review and...-
By TechTree on August 18, 2010
The Nikon CoolPix L110 is a decent camera for the price. You get a superzoom camera with an easy to use control and decent image quality with usable 15x optical zoom, with hybrid image stabilization. Add good and really usable 720p video recording to...70
By Mac|Life on August 16, 2010
The L110 is pretty basic, and some of its features are quite slow to use or have annoying limitations. But in its standard Auto mode, it delivers good quality, it’s easy to use, and it’s very good value.Nikon Coolpix...70
By PhotographyBLOG on July 12, 2010
The new Nikon Coolpix L110 follows in the footsteps of last year's L100, and improves on it by addressing several key issues we had with that model. The single biggest improvement is that you can control the ISO speed yourself, an ability that was...80
By Photography Bay on June 15, 2010
I enjoyed the Nikon L110 even if it did lack some of the more common shooting modes. The L110 is not the camera to knock your socks off with magnificent image quality. If you are looking for a top-tier superzoom, I recommend that you pony up and...-
By cnet on May 19, 2010
The Nikon Coolpix L110 definitely offers a lot for the money, but it still has the photos and shooting performance of an entry-level...68