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Report: Comparison of Nikon Coolpix 4600 and Coolpix L1

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My today’s post is my English homework. I was given a task to write a report on the Nikon digital cameras Coolpix 4600 and Coolpix L1. All necessary information and technical features of these cameras were given in my course book. I had to use appropriate linking words and active vocabulary. Here is my report.

Nikon Coolpix 4600 vs. Nikon Coolpix L1

We were asked to compare the above mentioned models of digital cameras.

The 4600 model is cheaper than L1. However, the picture quality is better and battery life is excellent. It’s quite quick at starting up: it takes only 3.5 seconds to be ready for taking pictures after power turns on. In addition, you have to wait just under 2 seconds before taking shots. The camera can record video, but sound is not supported. It has a very short shutter delay. Consequently, it is very good for action shots.

The Coolpix L1 has a very stylish classic design. Although it is more expensive, it has a quite powerful zoom lens (38mm-190mm) and a large LCD screen. Therefore, it is good for composing and reviewing photos. The shutter delay is rather long – 0.9 seconds. As a result, it cannot be used for taking action shots.

Our opinion. We were a little disappointed in the Nikon Coolpix L1 test results. We found that its picture quality was below the average. Also, it is rather slow. In contrast, the Coolpix 4600 appeared to be very quick and with better picture quality. Moreover, it is good for shots in bad light. So, considering its relatively low price, we can conclude that the Nikon Coolpix 4600 is a very good buy.

All linking words and expressions are underlined. If you find any mistake, please, let me know.

Anton Danshin

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2 responses to “Report: Comparison of Nikon Coolpix 4600 and Coolpix L1

  1. Robson March 12, 2012 at 20:58

    You do one mistake not “Nokia Coolpix L1” but “Nikon Coolpix L1”

    • DANON March 20, 2012 at 02:36

      Ok. Thanks.

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