IFA 07: Nikon launches two entry-level cameras, the L14 and L15

Cameras, IFA 2007

Nikon is showing off their wares here at IFA, with several new cameras added to their CoolPix range. First up, for the entry-level seekers, the L14 has the honour of supposedly having the longest battery life out of the vast barrel of 3x zoomer compact cams. Specs include a savoury 7.1-megapixel sensor, 23MB inbuilt memory (expandable by using SDHC memory cards), 2.4″ LCD screen, and is available in black, or to please both genders, in blue and pink.

Nikon is claiming with the power of Greyskull just two Lithium AA batteries the L14 can take up to 1,000 photos. £129.99 is the figure being bandied about for this model, though it’s early days yet. The next step up, the L15 comes with 8-megapixels and a 2.8″ LCD screen.


Katherine Hannaford
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