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Nikon 25412

Nikon D80 10.2 Megapixel DSLR Camera Body W/ 3D Color Matrix Metering II
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The Nikon D80 SLR Digital Camera features a 10.2 effective megapixel DX Format CCD image sensor, providing a high level of resolution and sharp detail, so users can have the freedom to crop creatively and print impressive enlargements. It features Nikons high-resolution image processing engine and a dedicated high-performance processing chip that has been introduced to significantly accelerate performance on all levels. With a start up time of just 0.18 seconds and a shutter release lag time of approx. 80 milliseconds, the D80 delivers instant response, and provides continuous shooting at a rapid 3 frames per second, making action photography a reality and the camera a must have for photography enthusiasts

Description:

The Nikon D80 SLR Digital Camera features a 10.2 effective megapixel DX Format CCD image sensor, providing a high level of resolution and sharp detail, so users can have the freedom to crop creatively and print impressive enlargements. It features Nikons high-resolution image processing engine and a dedicated high-performance processing chip that has been introduced to significantly accelerate performance on all levels. With a start up time of just 0.18 seconds and a shutter release lag time of approx. 80 milliseconds, the D80 delivers instant response, and provides continuous shooting at a rapid 3 frames per second, making action photography a reality and the camera a must have for photography enthusiasts.

Nikons DX Format sensor and F bayonet lens mount design assures compatibility across the comprehensive range of AF and DX Nikkor lenses. The Refined 11-area AF System (based on Nikons advanced Multi-CAM 1000 AF Sensor Module) ensures consistently fast and precise focus lock in various shooting conditions and Nikons exclusive 3D Color Matrix Metering II ensures accurate automatic exposure control, even in the most challenging lighting conditions.

Packing high performance and high resolution into a slimmer, more compact body, the D80 also remains true to Nikons commitment to intuitive operation. The size, layout and operation of all controls are designed for maximum ease of use. A large, bright viewfinder with large 0.94x magnification ensures the clearest view possible and a large 2.5-inch, 230,000-dot high-resolution LCD provides an ultra-wide 170-degree viewing angle from all directions. A RGB histogram display also assists when evaluating exposures with greater precision. And a user-friendly menu interface makes for easier operation and menus can be customized using the "My Menu" setting. Furthermore, exclusive in-camera image editing features, such as D-Lighting and Red-eye correction ensure consistently satisfying results and greater creative freedom without the use of a computer.

Features:

  • 10.2 effective Megapixel CCD
  • A much larger and sharper 2.5" LCD display
  • Faster performance in all areas
  • New autofocus sensor offers better performance and more focus points
  • Support for wireless flashes
  • Improved battery life; new battery meter menu option shows vital stats
  • New Image Retouch menu offers D-Lighting, redeye removal, cropping, image overlay, and much more
  • Refined menu system
  • USB 2.0 High Speed support
  • Shooting modes - Single frame, Continuous, Self-timer, Delayed remote, Quick-response remote
  • Sync contact: X-contact only; flash synchronization at up to 1/200 sec
  • Camera dimensions (W x H x D): 5.2 x 4.1 x 3.0 inches (132 x 103 x 77mm)
  • Weight (camera): 1 lb. 5 oz
  • Compatible lenses: Nikon F mount (with AF coupling and AF contacts)
  • Lens type: G-Type AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor with built-in CP
  • RAW and JPEG capture; burst mode allows for capture of three frames per second for up to 100 pictures

    Specifications:

    Image Quality
    Image Sensor23.6 x 15.8mm (DX format) 10.8 Megapixel APC CCD with RGB primary color filter
    Effective Resolution10.2 million pixels
    Color Depth36-Bit RGB
    Color ModesMode Ia (natural - sRGB), Mode II (wide color range - Adobe RGB), Mode IIIa (vivid color - sRGB), Normal, Softer, Vivid, More Vivid, Portrait, B&W
    Image File FormatsRAW (NEF)
    JPEG (Fine, Normal, Basic)
    Exif 2.21, DCF 2.0 and DPOF Compliant
    Recorded ResolutionLarge (3872 x 2592)
    Medium (2896 x 1944)
    Small (1936 x 1296)
    Video RecordingNo
    Audio RecordingNo
    Optics
    Lens MountNikon F-mount (with AF coupling and AF contacts)
    Focal Length Multiplier1.5x
    Optical Image StabilizationSupports Nikon VR lenses
    Focus Control
    Focus Type11 area TTL Autofocus (TTL phase detection by Nikon Multi-CAM 1000 module) with AF-assist illuminator (EV -1 to +19 Detection range @ ISO 100 equivalent)
    Focus ModesInstant single-servo (AF-S), Continuous-servo (AF-C), Auto AF-S/AF-C selection (AF-A), Manual (M), Focus lock,
    Predictive focus tracking automatically activated according to subject status in continuous-servo AF
    Exposure Control
    SensitivityAuto ISO (100-1600)
    Selectable ISO (100-1600)
    Up to ISO 3200 with boost (HI-0.3, HI-0.7 and HI-1)
    Shutter TypeElectronically-controlled vertical-travel focal plane shutter;
    Shutter Speed30 - 1/4000 seconds (in 1/3 or 1/2 EV steps), Bulb
    Mirror Lock-UpNo (possible for sensor cleaning only)
    Exposure MeteringThree-mode TTL exposure metering (3D Color Matrix Metering II, Center-weighted, Spot)
    Exposure ModesDigital Vari-Program, Programmed Auto [P] with flexible program, Shutter-Priority Auto [S], Aperture Priority Auto [A], Manual [M], Exposure Compensation (+/-5EV in 1/3 or 1/2 EV increments), AE lock, AE Bracketing (2 to 3 exposures in 1/3 to 2 EV increments)
    White Balance ModesAuto (TTL white balance with 420-pixel RGB sensor), 6 Presets with Fine-tuning, Color Temperature (in Kelvin), White Balance Bracketing
    Scene ModesAuto, Portrait, Landscape, Macro Close up, Sports, Night Landscape, Night Portrait
    Flash
    Built-in FlashYes (Auto, Fill-in flash, Red-eye Reduction, Red-eye Reduction with Slow Sync, Rear-curtain Sync, Off)
    Effective Flash RangeUp to 42 (13m)
    External Flash ConnectionStandard ISO hot-shoe contact with safety lock
    External Flash Controli-TTL balanced fill-flash or standard i-TTL flash
    Maximum Flash Synchronization Speed1/200 second
    Performance
    Start-Up Time0.18 seconds
    Shutter Lag0.08 seconds
    Time Between Shots0.4 seconds (continuous)
    Burst Capability3 fps up to 100 JPEG (FINE) or 6 RAW (NEF) images
    Self Timer2, 5, 10, and 20 seconds selectable
    Interval RecordingNo (possible with optional Timer-Remote or during tethered operation)
    Date & Time StampNo (Date, Time & World time info recorded with image metadata)
    Memory & Power
    Built-in MemoryNo
    Compatible Memory CardsSecure Digital (SD)
    Secure Digital High Capacity (SD-HC)
    File Size
    RAW RAW+JPEG F RAW+JPEG M RAW+JPEG S JPEG Fine JPEG Medium JPEG Small
    Large 12.4MB 17.2MB 14.8MB 13.6MB 4.8MB 2.4MB 1.2MB
    Medium - 15.1MB 13.8MB 13.0MB 2.7MB 1.3MB 0.7MB
    Small - 13.6MB 13.0MB 12.7MB 1.2MB 0.6MB 0.3MB

    For RAW+JPEG files, image size applies to JPEG images only. Size of RAW (NEF) images can not be changed.
    Battery TypeEN-EL3e Rechargeable lithium-Ion Battery
    Power AdapterEH-5 AC Adapter (optional)
    Input/Output
    Computer InterfaceUSB 2.0 (Hi-speed)
    Direct Print CapableYes (PictBridge)
    Remote ControlMC-DC1 Remote Cord (optional)
    ML-L3 Wireless Remote Control (optional)
    Video OutputYes (NTSC & PAL)
    System & Software RequirementsWindows System
    • 300 MHz Pentium Processor or better
    • Windows 989SE Me, 2000 XP
    • 60MB Hard Drive Space required for installation
    • 64MB RAM or more (128MB or more with RAW images)
    • USB port
    • 800 x 600 pixels, 16-bit color Monitor
    • CD-ROM drive required for installation
    • Write-capable drive required for "Burn Disc" function
    • Internet connection required for some options
    • E-mail option requires Internet connection and supported e-mail program

    Macintosh System

    • Macintosh G3, G4 or G5 System
    • Mac OS X (10.1.5 or later)
    • 60MB required for installation
    • 64MB or more (128MB or more with RAW images)
    • Built-In USB port
    • 800 x 600 pixels, 16-bit color Monitor
    • CD-ROM drive required for installation
    • Write-capable drive required for "Burn Disc" function
    • Internet connection required for some options
    • E-mail option requires Internet connection and supported e-mail program
    Display
    ViewfinderFixed Eye-level Pentaprism with Built-in Diopter Adjust (-2.0 to +1.0m-1)
    Viewfinder InfoFocus indications, Metering system, AE/FV lock indicator, Flash sync indicator, Shutter speed, Aperture value, Exposure/Exposure compensation indicator, ISO sensitivity, Exposure mode, Flash output level compensation, Exposure compensation, Number of remaining exposures
    Depth-of-Field PreviewYes (with CPU lens is attached)
    LCD Display2.5" Low-temperature Polysilicon TFT color LCD (230,000 pixels) with brightness adjustment and 170-degree viewing angle
    Information DisplayShutter-speed, Exposure compensation value, Flash compensation value, ISO sensitivity, White balance fine-tuning, White balance color temperature (K), Number of shots in bracketing sequence, Aperture (f-number), Bracketing increment, PC connection indicator, Number of frames remaining, Number of shots remaining before buffer fills, PC mode indicator, Preset white balance recording indicator
    Language OptionsChinese (Simplified and Traditional), Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish
    Playback OptionsFull frame, Thumbnail (4 or 9 up), Zoom, Slideshow (Standard or Pictmotion), RGB histogram indication, Shooting data, Highlight point display, Auto image rotation
    Physical
    Dimensions (HxWxD)4.1 x 5.2 x 3.0" (103 x 132 x 77mm) body only
    Weight21 oz. (585g) body only

  • Box Contents


      • Li-ion battery
      • Quick charger
      • AV cable
      • USB cable
      • Strap
      • Body cap
      • Eyepiece cap
      • Eyecup
      • LCD monitor cover
      • Accessory shoe cover
      • PictureProject CD-ROM
      • Owners manual
      1 Year Warranty Card

    Nikon 25412 Reviews & Ratings



    Alaina Creswell's Nikon 25412 Review from Grand Rapids, MI: - December 2, 2008
    This is the 2nd D80 I've had. I've never even owned another camera! It's hard to pinpoint what exactly makes it so great because I love everything about it.
    Richard Hunt's Nikon 25412 Review from Salt Lake City, UT: - November 17, 2008
    This camera functions perfectly. I'm very impressed with it.
    Marisol Guzman's Nikon 25412 Review from Lakewood, CA,: - November 17, 2008
    This is an excellent camera. I've used it before and bought it as a replacement for my old camera. It's great, I love it.
    Frank L's Nikon 25412 Review from KY: - October 24, 2008
    love it...does everything one could ask for...saving up for D90
    Carol's Nikon 25412 Review from NV: - October 24, 2008
    Takes multiple pictures at a fast rate and is easy to use.
    SADRU JASANI's Nikon 25412 Review from GRANADA HILLS, CA: - January 14, 2008
    EXCELLENT! VERY ERGOMATIC DESIGN. SHARP. GREAT COLOR AND NOISE-FREE PICTURES. DEFINITELY RECOMMEND IT.
    Dan Dapier's Nikon 25412 Review from california: - November 18, 2007
    Would say that this style of display for packages is intriguing. I bought from you guys before the whole visual change and it is much improved, much easier to navigate your site. Call me a site critic. BTW buying a D80. Heard and read wonderful things about it.
    Tae kim's Nikon 25412 Review from Manhatten: - November 18, 2007
    The Travelling package model number TRAVELKITD80 I am very pleased with it. It is by far the best balance of distance I have seen and I have been watching these kits for about 2 weeks and was waiting for something this particular. Because I notice that fotoconnection is creating new pacakges a lot. Was kind of a miracle because I was on lookout for something just like this one. Thank you for getting me also my package here fast. Thank You and have a good holidays
    Jose J Delgado P's Nikon 25412 Review from San Juan P.R.: - February 4, 2007
    D-80 is fantastic,very good price,10.2 mega,like pro,resolution is great,maybe none other like it. Jose J.Delgado P
    fayaz wani's Nikon 25412 Review from srinagar.kashmir,india: - November 21, 2006
    this camera is exelent in it.s class.but prize should b a little bit lower than originel one.coz right now rhere r so many cameras available in the market like canon ones and rhere prizes r lower than nikon D80.
    J.J. Winters's Nikon 25412 Review from Beavercreek, OH: - August 27, 2006
    The Nikon D80 is a superb photographic tool, offering value well beyond its relatively modest price point. Nice move on Nikon's part...with the grip that can use 'store bought' batteries. I had to cough up $150 to be able to use easily available batteries. The plain D200 only uses the 'high priced spread, but by no means am I taking anything away from the D200.
    Silan Suong's Nikon 25412 Review from Boise, ID: - September 12, 2006
    In-use performance also feels as though it's a step above its price class, instant power on time and on to shot time, very fast auto focus, short shutter lag and 'just-about a blink' viewfinder blackout (160 ms), fast record review and playback as well as fast SD card write performance. There's also ergonomic performance, the camera is smaller than the D70/D70s but not at the expense of usability, the hand grip is a good size and shape and all controls are within reach. Other small details such as button size and placement are simply just right.

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