Summary: The Nikon Coolpix L19 is very similar to the Coolpix L20, but about £30 cheaper, which really changes the equation. The lower specs don't matter in a camera designed for budget-conscious beginners. The L20 looks expensive for what it does, but the L19 is spot-on
Pros: AA batteries are practical and give good battery life; easy to use for beginners; low price.
Cons: Weak wideangle capability; no manual ISO control; modest resolution.
Conclusion: The Nikon Coolpix L19 sets out to be an easy to use snapshot digital camera and it does it very well. You will be hard pressed to find a digital camera any easier to use than this one. My test shots worked well, but be prepared to utilize the built in scene modes for best results.
Pros: Ease of use - colours - picture quality
Cons: Darkness can creep into corners when the lens is zoomed out
Excerpt: We usually approve of brightly coloured cameras, but the L19's metallic mauve is hideous. Thankfully, it's also available in silver. It's the cheapest of Nikon's recent models, and although the design isn't sizzling with style, the rounded corners make it feel robust.
Summary: Kamerorna har testats i olika miljöer och ett stort antal bilder (200-300 stycken) har tagits med varje kamera och med varierande inställningar. Vi har bedömt design (ergonomi), bildkvalitet, funktioner, kapacitet samt prisvärde.