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Nikon CoolPix L110 - Test Shots - Detail And Lens Performance

By Cliff Smith



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A range of general test shots are shown over the next two pages. In some cases, the full size image has been reduced for bandwidth purposes, and a crop taken from the original full resolution image has been placed below it to show the overall image quality.


Nikon CoolPix L110 test photo

Here's the usual detail test shot of the West Window of Exeter Cathedral, for you to compare with other cameras. See below for a full res crop, or click for the full sized image. The downloadable file is approximately 4.9MB.


Nikon CoolPix L110 test photo

The lens captures plenty of detail, but the heavy-handed processing does it no favours.


Nikon CoolPix L110 test photo

Any barrel distortion is corrected automatically in processing.


Nikon CoolPix L110 test photo

The centre sharpness is good, but the over-sharpening removes some of the finer detail.


Nikon CoolPix L110 test photo

Very noticeable red-green chromatic aberration in the corners of the frame.



April 16, 2010, 8:24 am

Thanks for the review. I have been looking for a mega-zoom camera. Panasonic FZ35 is my choice but it's not available in my place. I live in Indonesia Batam Island...

Nikon L110 is now available here with very a competitive price. But without many manual control is a minus point for me. And the image quality seems not that good...


April 16, 2010, 3:28 pm

@andy1m: consider a Pentax X90 :)


April 16, 2010, 9:06 pm

Where did you find 9/10 for Value? 8/10 for Build Quality, 6/10 for Features and 7/10 for Image Quality, that lot together is no better than 7/10 on paper for the Value. But in reality, facing the competition at about the same price, this Nikon is worth very little indeed. (Purely personally, 7/10 for Image Quality at over £150 = avoid whatever the other scores may be.) Amazing from Nikon, a development program that has borne virtually nothing.


April 26, 2015, 9:32 am

I have had the piece of $#!@ camera for about 5 years and I have had enough! I just returned from another vacation where I again was cheated out of a once-in-a-lifetime photo due to the batteries being exhausted. The damn camera has no rechargeable battery pack, has no battery meter, and no warning about battery condition until time to shoot the next photo and then it displays "battery exhausted" and you are finished. Even if you carry an extra supply of AA batteries, it takes too long to replace them "in the moment". The only alternative is to replace the batteries every damn time you go to use the camera--a rather expensive proposition. I even tried lithium batteries and they last a little longer, but it is still unpredictable how long. I am going to list it on EBay for the some sucker to be the highest bidder and get it out of my life once and for all. If anyone wants to buy this POS cheap, reply here.

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