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Nikon Coolpix L12

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Nikon Coolpix L12 - Digital camera - compact - 7.1 Mpix - optical zoom: 3 x - supported memory: MMC, SD, SDHC - matt silver

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    An impressively high megapixel count of the COOLPIX L12 delivers pictures with true-to-life color and high-level detail. What's more, it means images can be significantly enlarged, yet still look absolutely stunning.

    Shooting with lens shift VR is like shooting three shutter speeds faster. Not only does it do away with the problem of camera shake, it also produces sharper images on the LCD that make it easier to capture the right moment.

    A press of a button is all it takes to overcome camera shake - activating lens shift VR, High- Sensitivity mode and BSS (Best Shot Selector) all at once to produce shots that are steady, sharp and much more satisfying.

    Accurately measuring available light, the COOLPIX L12 automatically selects the best sensitivity setting. And with an impressive sensitivity range up to ISO 1600, it's easy to take great-looking pictures in low light conditions.

    A handy standalone button provides easy, direct access to three unique Nikon image innovations - Face-priority AF that places the focus where you need it, In-Camera Red-Eye Fix for better flash photography, and D-Lighting that corrects exposure after the fact.

    Compatibility with AA-size batteries, which are widely available around the world, means users can go on shooting virtually anywhere without worrying about recharging or running out of power.