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Nikon Coolpix L24

Reviewed November 2011
Nikon Coolpix L24
*Est. $70
Low-priced Nikon camera is basic at best
Pros:
  • Large 3-inch LCD display
  • Simple to use
  • Price
Cons:
  • Mixed image quality
  • Short lens range
  • Poor image stabilization
  • Slow shooting speeds
  • No optical viewfinder
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Nikon D90

Reviewed November 2011
Nikon D90
*Est. $900
Pros:
  • 720p HD movie mode
  • 3-inch extra sharp LCD
  • Excellent image quality
  • Low-light performance
  • Image-stabilized lens
Cons:
  • Video limitations
  • Live view limitations
  • Slower than Nikon D300
  • Extra software needed for editing RAW files
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Nikon D3S

Reviewed November 2011
Nikon D3S
*Est. $5,200
Pros:
  • Full-frame sensor
  • Outstanding low-light image quality
  • High-speed shooting at 9 fps
  • Fast, accurate autofocus
  • Shoots 720p HD video
  • Heavy-duty build for pro use
Cons:
  • No built-in flash
  • Lower resolution than rivals (12.1 megapixels)
  • Heavy and bulky
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Nikon D3X

Reviewed November 2011
Nikon D3X
*Est. $8,000
Pros:
  • Best image quality
  • Ultra-high-resolution, full-frame sensor
  • Heavy-duty build for pro use
Cons:
  • Extremely expensive
  • Slower shooting speed than Nikon D3S
  • Can't match the D3S in extreme low light
  • Heavy and bulky
  • Doesn't shoot video
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Nikon Coolpix L120

Reviewed October 2011
Nikon Coolpix L120
*Est. $250
Point-and-shoot camera offers long zoom lens, but video quality disappoints
Pros:
  • Large 21x optical zoom lens
  • Vivid, high-resolution LCD screen
  • Optical zoom can be used in video mode
Cons:
  • Average image quality
  • Movie mode produces mixed results
  • Lacks manual controls
  • No electronic viewfinder
  • Flash doesn't raise automatically
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