The Nikon L110 provides a 15x optical zoom for under £200. Sounds like the bargain buy, but just how good is it? The What Digital Camera Nikon Coolpix L110 review...

Product Overview

Overall rating:

Overall score:83%
Image Quality:70%


  • Affordable, Vibration Reduction, 15x optical zoom


  • Screen exposure inaccuracy, image quality, no viewfinder, no manual controls


Nikon Coolpix L110


Price as reviewed:



Nikon Coolpix L110 product image frontThe Nikon Coolpix L110 is a winner for the price. While image quality perhaps isn’t its sweetest spot, there’s no denying that an easy to use point-and-shoot with a 15x optical zoom for under £200 is a decent buy. The AA battery power may be an off-put for some, yet a reason to purchase for others. Certainly not the smallest of cameras for those looking for a true ‘compact’ compact, but the L110 does pack in a big lens, is well designed and easy to use. It even ties in 720p HD video into the package which is further icing on the cake. Good though not excellent, but you’ll have quite a job finding a better competitor than the L110 for less money.


Other:Vibration reduction (sensor-shift and electronic VR combination), 720p movie capture, HDMI mini connector, Smart Portrait system,
Dimensions:Approx. 108.9 x 74.3 x 78.1 mm
Flash Modes:Auto, Redeye, Off, Force On, Night Portrait
Memory Card:SD
Connectivity:Hi-Speed USB
Power:4xAA batteries (FR6/L91 (AA-size) lithium batteries supplied)
White Balance:Auto, preset manual, daylight, incandescent, fluorescent, cloudy, flash
ISO Range:80-1600 at full resolution (3200-6400 at 3MP)
Metering System:Not disclosed
Exposure Modes:Not disclosed
Shutter Speeds:Not disclosed
File Formats:Jpeg
LCD:3in 460K-dot
Lens:15x optical zoom; 28-420mm equivalent
Sensor:12.1MP (1/2.3 type CCD; total pixels: approx. 12.39 million)
  1. 1. Nikon Coolpix L110 review - Features
  2. 2. Performance
  3. 3. Image Quality & Value
  4. 4. Verdict
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