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Background and Identification ¶
The Nikon Coolpix L26 was released in February 2012 and is one part of a three part L series that includes L25 and L810. The Nikon Coolpix series prides itself for being a a compact digital camera series for point and shoot photo phototaking.
The Nikon Coolpix L26 comes in two colors, black, grey and red. In its original packaging, it comes with a camera strap, USB Cable UC-E16, ViewNX 2 Installer CD, eference Manual CD and two AA alkaline batteries.
Important features of this model include the CCD image sensor with a 16.1 million pixel count as well as a 5x zoom and a larger LCD monitor. It also has an easy auto shooting mode and a movie record button to make movies. Two AA batteries are required for use.
It has a reputation as a low quality product and has been known to suddenly turn off during operation. This camera has an average of 200 shots per two alkaline AA batteries.
To identify your camera as a Nikon Coolpix L26, look at the label bottom of the camera. The label that should include the product name "Nikon Coolpix L26" along with your camera's identification number.
Technical Specifics ¶
Dimensions and Weight ¶
- 2.36 inches x 3.78 inches x 1.14 inches
- 5.8 ounces
- 3 inch LCD display
Resolution and zoom ¶
- 16 megapixel picture
- 1280 X 720p (30fps), 640 x 480 (30fps) video resolution
- 16.1 megapixel optical sensor resolution
- 5x optical zoom
- 19MB Built-in Memory
- SD/SDHC/SDXC compatible