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    akjohnson67 New Member

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    I have a Nikon Coolpix 3200 that I bought in 2004, it still takes great pictures but its soo slow. I bought a new Nikon CoolPix L110 last October, and I still can't seem to get good inside picutres very clear, and find myself going back to the old standby.. Did I buy the wrong camera or I'm doing somthing wrong, anyone know? Or should I just chalk it up to a mistake on purchase and buy something new???
     
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    Andy Stanton Super Moderator Super Moderator

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    The Nikon L110's low light image quality is about average. Its biggest problem, though, is that its shot-to-shot time is slow, about 3 seconds. However, the camera is fairly responsive otherwise so there should be very little lag between pressing the shutter and taking the shot.

    If you're looking for a camera that's quicker between shots, good in low light and has a long zoom lens, the Sony HX5v is currently available at a discounted price. Here are some sample images from the Sony:

    The World's Best Photos of Sony and HX5v - Flickr Hive Mind
     
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    maybe I'm shooting in the wrong mode..

    Wow! all those pictures taken with a $200 camera? They were great!
     
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    maybe I'm shooting in the wrong mode..

    Wow! all those pictures taken with a $200 camera? They were great
     
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