CAMERA – Secondary Camera

I began my journey with the Nikon L110 digital camera, which has now become my back-up camera.

  • 15x zoom NIKKOR lens with 28mm wide-angle capability (35mm format equivalent)
  • 12.1 effective megapixels for high-resolution images
  • Powered by commonly available AA-size/R6 batteries
  • Long battery life using the supplied AA-size lithium (FR6/L91) batteries can shoot approximately 840 still images
  • High performance image sensor shift and Electronic VR image stabilization
  • 3-in., approx. 460k-dot TFT LCD with Clear Color Display
  • Movie shooting at HD 720p for high-definition images with stereo sound
  • High Sensitivity up to ISO 6400*
  • Sport Continuous Mode to capture action scenes
  • Smart Portrait System
  • Scene Auto Selector provides quick, carefree picture-taking in a variety of situations
  • Motion Detection for sharp, steady results
  • Nikon’s original BSS (Best Shot Selector) shoots a maximum of 10 sequential shots and selects sharpest image
  • Ergonomic grip lends added stability when shooting
  • This camera served me well as the one piece of equipment that created this unquenchable thirst for photography.  In fact, the first 7-8 posts of this blog were photographed with this camera.

    I now shoot with the Canon 50D, utilizing the Canon 50mm prime lens and the Canon 28-135 mm zoom lens.

    Let me give a special shout out to Tim for turning me on to the “nifty fifty” as he called it.  It’s a great lens!

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    ~ by photographyfree4all on June 24, 2010.

    One Response to “CAMERA – Secondary Camera”

    1. no problem:)

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