A compact, 26x high-power optical zoom model–the L810–and two 5x optical zoom entry-level models–the L26 and L25–that make capturing beautiful photos simple and fun
TOKYO - Nikon Corporation is pleased to announce the release of three L-series cameras, which place emphasis on capturing beautiful photos with the simplest of operation. The L810 maintains a compact size despite its 26x high-power optical zoom lens. The L26 and L25 are entry-level models that offer 5x optical zoom and automatic shooting functions that make taking beautiful pictures simple.
Despite its compact size, the L810 is equipped with a CCD image sensor with an effective pixel count of 16.1-million pixels, a 26x optical zoom NIKKOR lens that covers angles of view from the wide-angle 22.5 to super telephoto 585 mm (equivalent in 35-mm  format), and a new lens-shift vibration reduction (VR) function. It offers the same form that supports a firm, steady grip and side zoom control that have made previous COOLPIX L-series models so popular for their high performance.
The L26, with its CCD image sensor with an effective pixel count of 16.1-million pixels, and the L25, successor to the COOLPIX L23 (released in February 2011), are equipped with a 5x optical zoom NIKKOR lens and a large and clear 3-inch TFT LCD monitor. In addition to Easy auto shooting mode for simple capture of photos exhibiting superior image quality, and an independent movie-record button that enables movie recording with the press of a button, both of these models are powered by AA batteries that can be purchased anywhere. These compact digital cameras are so easy to use that even first-time users will find taking beautiful pictures extremely simple.