Just one change is listed in the release notes for Nikon L110 firmware v1.4. The new release corrects an issue whereby photos taken under incandescent-color fluorescent lighting could be recorded with a warm color cast. It is important to note that when upgrading the firmware of the L110, any images or movies stored in the cameras' internal memory will be erased. Users should hence be sure to back up their data before performing the upgrade.
Announced in February 2010, the Coolpix L110 features an effective resolution of twelve megapixels, and a 15x optical zoom lens with a useful 28mm wide angle. Importantly, given the reach of the zoom lens, the Coolpix L110 does include true mechanical image stabilization. The Nikon L110 also provides high-res 3.0-inch LCD on which to frame and review images and movies. Data is stored on SD or SDHC cards, or in 43MB of built in memory. Power for the L110 comes courtesy of four AA batteries, with Lithium disposables in the product bundle. The Nikon Coolpix L110 also offers USB 2.0 High Speed data connectivity. The Coolpix L110 went on sale in the USA from February 2010, priced at around $280. For more details, read our Nikon Coolpix L110 preview.
The firmware for each camera can be downloaded from Nikon's website, on the Coolpix L110 v1.4 firmware download page.
Nikon's Coolpix L110 digital camera.
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