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If you're shopping for a compact camera and have between $150 and $200 to spend, there are almost too many high-style, high-function choices anymore. But if your budget is closer to $100 than $150, the camera herd from companies you've actually heard of gets somewhat thinner. In most cases, the devices in this class have tended to be anonymous and interchangeable, offering roughly similar features and performance. Advertising optical Vibration Reduction and a 2.8-inch LCD, the Nikon Coolpix L15, which rings up for around $120, seems to be doing something a little different, with a longer specs sheet than most of its competition.
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