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41. Nikon Coolpix 4500 4MP Digital
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42. Nikon Coolpix 4200 4MP Digital
43. NIKON 300mm/f-4.0 Telephoto Lens
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44. Nikon Eagleview 8-24x25 Zoom Binoculars
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45. Nikon Travelite V 10x25 Binocular
46. Nikon Coolpix 2100 2MP Digital
47. NIKON 2149 18-70mm Zoom Lens
48. NIKON N75 35MM Autofocus SLR Camera
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49. Nikon Sky and Earth 80mm Spotting
50. Nikon 12-24mm f4G ED-IF AF-S DX
51. NIKON FM3A 35mm SLR Camera Body
52. Nikon Coolpix 4300 4MP Digital
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53. Nikon Travelite V 9x25 Binocular
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54. Nikon 28-105mm f/3.5-4.5D Autofocus
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55. Nikon Coolscan IV APS Film Adapter
56. NIKON D1X 5.47 Megapixel SLR Digital
57. Nikon Coolpix 995 3.2MP Digital
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58. Nikon Action 16x50 EX ATB Binocular
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59. Nikon OceanPro 7x50 Waterproof
60. NIKON 16mm F/2.8 D-Series Fisheye

41. Nikon Coolpix 4500 4MP Digital Camera w/ 4x Optical Zoom

Asin: B000069096
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 2135
Average Customer Review: 4.22 out of 5 stars
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Nikon's Coolpix 4500 offers 4-megapixel resolution in the same swiveling frame as their previous Coolpix 995. The left half of the 4500--which houses the lens and flash--can be twisted around 360 degrees, making it simple to for you take pictures at a variety of angles. It's especially handy for taking self-portraits, as you can see how you look in the 1.5-inch LCD viewfinder.

A 4-megapixel capability means that you can take pictures at up to 2,272 by 1,704 pixels in size, which can be printed out at 11 by 14 without any loss of quality. Our images duly impressed us, with sharp edges, bright colors, and an incredible amount of detail. Also impressive is the 4500's 4x optical zoom. Higher than most digital cameras, the 4x zoom lets you get close to your subject, with another 4x of digital zoom available after the snap.

A built-in flash pops up when needed, and the audio recording capability lets you dictate memos to match your pictures. The rechargeable battery provides about two hours of life, although it must be removed from the camera for a recharge.

Although the 4500 features a broad range of tools for the more advanced digital photographer, it's easy enough for the beginner to use. Its 16 different scene modes--including various portraits and a panorama assist mode--make taking different types of pictures a one-click task.

Nikon includes only a 16 MB CompactFlash card, but it supports Type I and II cards, meaning you can pop in a 512 MB or 1 GB microdrive for the ultimate in storage.

The 4500 is a hefty metal camera, and you can't just drop it into a breast pocket. But you also won't be afraid of damaging it easily. It looks and feels like it works--sharp, dependable, and versatile. --J. Curtis


  • Bright, detailed images
  • High resolution and optical zoom
  • Innovative twist design


  • Hefty
  • Have to remove battery to recharge
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  • 4.0 megapixel sensor creates 2,560 x 1,920 images for prints at 11 x 14 and beyond
  • 4x optical zoom and 4x digital zoom for 8x total
  • Included 16 MB CompactFlash card holds 16 images at normal setting and 2272 pixel resolution
  • Connects with PCs and Macs via USB port
  • Uses 1 rechargeable Li-ion EN-EL1 battery (included)

Reviews (36)

5-0 out of 5 stars new to cameras, and I like it!
This camera came highly recommended by a relatively camera-savy friend, so I was a bit skeptical as most reviewers mention "options buried deep in menus" as a drawback. Before this, the only camera (digital or film) I'd ever owned were those disposable "fun-savers", so I figuered my learning curve would be huge.
Turns out, I love this thing. What sold me over the Canon G2 was the macro capabilities and the ring-light that was available, as I will be using it for both personal and dental (ie: macro) uses. I dont' find the menus too complex or anything like that....most things are just 2-3 clicks away at the most, and the menus are easy to follow. The ONLY negative I have found so far is that some things can "wash out" with the flash if taken 1-3 feet range, but you can avoid this by backing up and zooming in to the desired distance. So many features, hopefully I will use them all someday! Pictures are GREAT, close-up or landscapes. Swivel is handy, too. Hey, if I can use this thing, anyone can.

5-0 out of 5 stars Simply Put: It's A Nikon
For serious digital enthusiasts, this is an incredible machine for the money. First of all, it has Nikon optics. Nothing more needs to be said there. The camera operates from a completely manual mode to complete automation. The color rendition and saturation are extremely accurate and rich.

The negative items I've encountered after taking more than 1000 images are few and relatively minor. First, as with most auto-focus devices, the camera works best in well lit conditions. The pop-up flash unit is powerful, but it is delicate and needs to be treated gently. And lastly, the navigation through the on-screen menus can be a bit tricky.

I'd recommend purchasing additional memory (I use a 256Mb card), because once you get used to the features, you will enjoy bracketing your shots to take advantage of the range of performance.

2-0 out of 5 stars too much,& not enough!
>When I first read about the 4500, I was really excited about some of the features advertised,especially the macro feature.(I am a tattoo artist, and this feature helps with documenting my work)Unfortunately,the camera is not really living up to my high expectations;
>It's macro feature never seems to capture a clear photo.(either blurry ,too dark,or the flash washes the image out.)
>It's auto focus doesn't do much better.
>Technical support seemed futile each time I tried.
>It seems nearly impossible to get any point and shoot from the camera at all.

>There is one feature that I enjoy, and that's the 35 second film snips it produces...otherwise, I'd recommend a more user friendly camera.

4-0 out of 5 stars People are still buying this?
I got this cam in thailand two years ago and while it's been a real workhorse for me, i'm surprised to see it's still selling around the web. Well, maybe it's that good a camera. I give it four stars; here's why: the quality of the build is good but for the following things: focus motor connector came loose once and rubber strip on front is now super-glued. i am a journalist, so i beat the hell outta these things. as far as function: the tele-converter tc-e33d 3x is worthless on this camera without a tripod and the results are questionable even with. Performance in low light is not good. Battery life is good. And the fact that you can pop in disposables available anywhere is a blessing. Oh, the AV output connector stopped outputting some time ago...the socket in the camera is defective i suspect. BUT THE AMAZING THING is the camera's clarity in closeup mode using the WC-E24 lens. It's what you would expect from a professional SLR, but not in a consumer digital. I did some catalogue work with this camera using the ring-light adapter and I don't think the SLR could have done better. Don't be swayed by those who say why not get an SLR instead of this one, or get a tiny IXUS? This camera is perfect for the professional who already has too much to lug around and can't be bothered with tiny toys either. Good luck!

5-0 out of 5 stars Brilliant camera for ones who have time
OK, first of all, I'm a 14-year-old wanting to just snap some pictures on the go, and something I could afford. However, my dad is a photographer and would like to have some use for a digital cam too... after lots of research, this camera is clearly the best for us. I LOVE IT! :) It has GREAT quality. The setting options are endless, but if you don't want to fool around, that's fine. Auto mode is your friend. And for those who say the menus are hard to control...sure, it could be easier. But after reading the manual, the controls really aren't THAT hard. The swivel design is really clever...and yes, Nikon customer service is horrid, but then again, so are many other companies. You've got to admit, Nikon makes amazing cameras.

If all you want is a little techie toy to show off to your friends and take some pictures, look somewhere else. It's rather bulky sometimes, but the good factors definitely outweigh that. It's not the most cool-looking camera in the world, but I'm glad Nikon focused on quality instead.

And one more thing...when they said that having to take the battery out to recharge was a bad thing? It's not, necessarily. Think about it. If you have a backup battery (like me), it is SO much better to be able to use the camera, then when one battery runs out, put it to charge while you use the other battery to keep snapping pictures. It's BETTER this way! :)

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42. Nikon Coolpix 4200 4MP Digital Camera with 3x Optical Zoom

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Asin: B0002805TQ
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 140
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Introducing the first digital camera to remove red-eye effect in the camera--the Nikon Coolpix 4200. This metal-bodied compact digital camera features a thinner body and more stylized feature than its predecessors (the Coolpix 2200 and 3200 models) It offers a 4-megapixel resolution, 3x optical zoom, and image storage via the 12 MB built-in memory or Secure Digital memory cards.

Optics and Resolution
The 4.0-megapixel CCD lets you capture spectacular images at resolutions up to 2272 x 1704 (11 MB file) and print enlargements at sizes up to 11 x 17 inches. It also features 2048 x 1536 (3MP), 1600 x 1200 (2MP), 1280 x 9600 (1MP), 1024 x 768 (PC), and 640 x 480 (TV) resolution modes. The retractable 3x Nikkor zoom lens has a focal range of 7.8 to 23.4mm (equivalent to a 38-114mm lens in 35mm format), and features aspherical elements and an ED glass element. The Coolpix 4200 also has a 4x digital zoom.

Movie Mode
Capture video (with audio) at 15 frames per second (fps) at three different settings: 640 x 480, 320 x 240, or 160 x 120 pixels. Movie length is only limited by the amount of storage you have on hand (either internal memory or external memory cards).

More Features
The exclusive Nikon In-Camera Red-Eye Fix function analyzes image data and corrects typical instances of red-eye in less than 3 seconds. It's activated when the camera is set to the red eye reduction flash mode, where a the typical pre-flash first minimizes red eye effect. The camera then analyzes the picture using powerful image processing and analysis technology, which is completely automatic and transparent.

You have a choice of automatic, preset, and 7 manual white balance modes. Additionally, the Coolpix 4200 divides the shooting area into segments to determine the most appropriate setting for the capture of faithful colors. There's also a white balance bracketing function, which takes a series of three shots at different white balance settings with just a single press of the shutter release button.

Other features include:

  • 1.5-inch, 110,000 pixel LCD and real-image zoom viewfinder
  • Built-in flash with red-eye reduction, auto, anytime flash, flash cancel, and slow sync modes
  • 15 scene modes, including four with Scene Assist (Portrait,Night portrait, Landscape, Sports); others include Sunset,Closeup, Museum, Beach/Snow,Fireworks show, Back light, Party, Copy, Dusk/Dawn, and Night Landscape
  • Best Shot Selector (BSS) takes a series of shots, then automaticallypicks and recordsthe clearest one
  • Macro shooting capability as close as 1.6 inches
The Coolpix 4200 is PictBridge compatible, which enables you to transfer pictures from your digital camera to your printer, without a PC or image-editing software. All PictBridge devices share three basic features: camera-to-printer connecting, single-image printing, and uniform error messages (in case something goes wrong)

Storage and Transfer
Images are stored on either the internal 12 MB flash RAM memory (storing approximately 14 high-resolution images) or on optional Secure Digital (SD) or MultiMedia (MMC) memory cards. Images can be downloaded to either a Mac or PC via USB 1.1 connectivity, which means the camera can be connected to any USB-based Windows Me/2000/XP and Mac OS 8.6 or later computer without installing any software.

Power and Size
The camera is powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery (EN-EL5), which has an approximate battery life of 150 frames. It measures 3.5 x 2.3 x 1.4 inches (W x H x D) and weighs 5.5 ounces without battery or memory card.

What's in the Box
This package contains the Nikon Coolpix 4200 digital camera, hand strap, USB and A/V cables, lithium-ion rechargeable battery (EN-EL5), battery charger (MH-61), quick-start guide, and instruction manual. The CD-ROM features PictureProject photo management software, VideoImpression to edit QuickTime video files, and Panorama Maker to stitch together a number of images captured using the Panorama Assist Scene Mode. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars very compact and good quality
It is barely larger than a credit card and about 1.5 inch thick. It is a metal case but it is very light weight. Picture quality is good and the shutter response time is reasonable in normal light condition. The product description here is incorrect about the movie mode. It can record movie with audio. The quality is good but it is in QuickTime format. That means you cannot play it with Microsoft media player. It is a little inconvenient. But the quicktime file (.mov) is a lot smaller than the microsoft video clip format (.avi). A file of 30 second clip with medium quality is only about 9M. The software comes with the camera is not very useful. The file transfer using this software is slow. I usually pull out the SD card and copy the file to the computer using a card reader. ... Read more

43. NIKON 300mm/f-4.0 Telephoto Lens

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Asin: B00005LEOM
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 11730
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44. Nikon Eagleview 8-24x25 Zoom Binoculars (Black)

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Asin: B0002Y5WUC
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 947
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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  • Quick central focusing
  • Sharp multicoated optics for superb contrast and vivid color
  • New ergonomic body design
  • BaK4 high index prisms
  • Diopter adjustment for strain-free viewing

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars BUY THESE!
I was absolutely astounded with the amazing clarity of these binocs. Tremendous zoom range, small enough to pack anywhere, and again, tremendous, stunning clarity. Buy these!

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent sharp views for sightseeing or other uses.
We bought these binoculars to use for our honeymoon cruise, and we were very pleased. In particular, we love the eyepieces that raise and lower for use with or without glasses (helpful for both eyeglasses and sunglasses users). Secondly, the width of the binoculars adjusts for the space between your eyes, allowing a custom view for each user. Also, the binoculars are small and lightweight, making them perfect for travel. Finally--and most importantly--the binoculars provide a clear, sharp picture that stays relatively stable even at higher magnifications. Highly recommended for the casual user.

5-0 out of 5 stars Just What I Wanted
I got this great pair of Nikon Eagleview 8-24x25 Zoom II Binoculars as a gift from my Mom & Dad for Christmas. I've had several other pairs, but never this compact and powerful. The zoom is VERY smooth and keeps good focus throughout. Nice and lightweight, they did well as 'opera glasses' on my visit to the symphony last week. And I'm getting a better close-up of my favorite birds. The 'field' is not as good as with dedicated wide-view optics, but you can't complain. Just What I Wanted ... Read more

45. Nikon Travelite V 10x25 Binocular

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Asin: B00006JK6L
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon Sport Optics
Sales Rank: 450
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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  • Quick central focusing
  • Compact rubber coated design for easy grip
  • Multicoated optics
  • BaK4 high index prisms
  • Clicking diopter control for strain-free viewing

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5-0 out of 5 stars Affordable quality and light weight
In selecting a binocular to use in my backpacking and mountaineering hobbies, I wanted something small, light weight, and with reasonably good optics, yet not so expensive that I'd cry in my beer for days should I drop or otherwise damage them. These binoculars seemed to be the ideal choice. Although slightly more expensive than the half-dozen other brands which I compared them with, to my eyes the Nikon Travelites had noticeably superior optics. They are compact yet comfortable to hold, and the rubber body covering provides for a secure grip. And with a weight of around 9-ounces I almost never give a second thought about adding them to my pack. I chose the 10x model, but 8x, 9x, and 12x models are also available for those with differing needs and preferences. An all around quality binocular for this price range. ... Read more

46. Nikon Coolpix 2100 2MP Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom

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Asin: B00008J639
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 2252
Average Customer Review: 4.13 out of 5 stars
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  • 2-megapixel sensor creates 1,600 x 1,200 images for prints up to 8 x 10 inches
  • 3x optical zoom
  • One-touch upload to PC; 14 scene modes
  • Includes 16 MB Starter CompactFlash card
  • Connects with Macs and PCs via USB port

Reviews (54)

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice camera!
1. Has all the desirable features like video out, only 2 AA batteries etc.
2. Nice looking and very small in size with good grip. Light weight too.
3. Uses inexpensive CF cards, not expensive sticks!
4. Easy menus and scene modes to use.
5. Competitively priced.
6. Superb macro pictures and good low light/night shots. It could focus in pretty low light without any AF assist light, because of a bright lens.
7. Good battery life on just 2 AA's. (unlike 4 on some models from Canon, HP and others)
8. Inexpensive accessory kit is available right here on Amazon! It has a very fast world charger, 2 NiMH AA's and a custom case.

1. Reliability is doubtful and battery door is very flimsy.
2. Movie mode is bad, no sound and movie sizes very small.
3. A bit on thick, making it slightly tougher to pocket.
4. No rechargeable batteries or charger in the box.
5. Need to read & remember manual for proper use of so many scene modes like "museum"!
6. Weak flash and redeye.
7. Worst of all it doesn't work reliably with anything other than Sandisk and Lexar CF cards. Weren't these cards made to a standard?

Its not the best but for its price its definitely worth considering. Esp if you like its its picture quality.

5-0 out of 5 stars very cute camera that produces great pictures
I just bought the camera today and I'm really happy with it.
Few weeks earlier, I bought the Sony DSCP52, played around with it, and then decided to return it. Sony does have a lot of features (and SOUND with the movie), but there are 3 important factors: the cost of the memory card, the size, and weight.

PROS for Nikon 2100:

1) Supports compact flash memory cards.
-This makes a HUGE difference as it will save you a lot of money.

2) Small compact camera.

-Unlike the Sony DSCP52 that makes your hand feel tired after holding it for too long with one hand.

3) Weight.
-Very light

4) Doesn't use a proprietary battery like other small cameras.
-Mine came with the nikon coolpix rechargeable Ni-Mh70 batteries (these ones are really good ).

5) So many modes to choose from depending on your situation.
-I don't know which other camera in this class comes with this many modes (like ones for fireworks, sunset/sunrise, beaches, etc.)

6) Image transfer.
-This was pretty quick and easy. Installing the software doesn't take too long either.


1) The manual is just way too confusing. It's kind of hard to follow, and I'm eager to discover all the wonderful things and features that I can use with the camera. I guess it takes a lot of time.

2) No sound with the movie.

3) Gets scratched easily + not very solid built (I'm always scared of damaging the battery door).

4) When turning LCD mon on, it takes a few secs (though this is tolerable).

Note: I'm a beginner at taking digital pictures; this will be my first digital camera! But as a beginner, I find this camera to satisfy more than enough for my basic demands. I have yet to try out the sunrise mode, but so far the ones I've taken in my room look really good. I compared the pictures to the ones my friend took (Sony DSCP72) and they do look relatively the same. So unless you really need to print out huge pictures, 2.0MP is adequate.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good party camera!
I really offer this for someone who wants to buy a party-recording device, or a tiny automatic machine. No manual focus, no manual aperture, but easy-to-use, handy machine. There are some good pre-programmed modes available also. 40-50 pictures can be made with well charged batteries. Good and user-friendly sw also included.

3-0 out of 5 stars Nice little camera
I bought the 2100 to replace a stolen 3MP Sony P-72. I loved the Sony, and the jury is still out on the Nikon. I like the size & feel of the 2100, but find that images often appear "soft." The camera doesn't seem to do as well in bright sunlight, and certain colors, such as magenta & hot pink lose definition. Otherwise, picture quality is good. Though the Nikon is a solid deal at $150, in retrospect, I should have spent the extra money and bought another P-72.

3-0 out of 5 stars disapointing after being built up by reviews

47. NIKON 2149 18-70mm Zoom Lens

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Asin: B0001YEOCU
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 2085
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  • Compact 3.8X zoom covers portrait to wide view (76' at 18mm to 22 50' at 70mm)
  • Optimized DX lens design is compatible with every Nikon D-Series digital SLR cameras
  • Three Nikon ED glass elements, plus aspheric element for low distortion and minimized chromatic aberration
  • Exclusive Silent Wave Motor for high-speed auto-focusing with accuracy and super-quiet operation

48. NIKON N75 35MM Autofocus SLR Camera w/ 28-80MM Lens ( Silver / Black )

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Asin: B00009MDBR
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 6761
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  • Includes 28-80MM lens
  • Multi-CAM 900 Sensor ? 5 focus detection areas offer broad horizontal and vertical coverage
  • 3 AF Area Modes -Dynamic AF - Center Subject Priority Dynamic AF - and Closest Subject Priority Dynamic AF
  • Auto Servo AF locks on the subject, whether stationary or in motion, with unique overlap servo method and NIKON Lock-On technology
  • AF sensors work with every AF Nikkor lens, regardless of maximum aperture

49. Nikon Sky and Earth 80mm Spotting Scope Outfit with 20-60x Eyepiece and Slik Tripod

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Asin: B00006GF1L
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon Sport Optics
Sales Rank: 2269
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  • Water resistant, lightweight design.
  • Multicoated optics for bright, clear image.
  • Built-in sliding sunshade.
  • includes Vue-Thru Case.

50. Nikon 12-24mm f4G ED-IF AF-S DX Zoom Lens for Nikkor Digital SLR Cameras

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Asin: B000092M1T
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 3094
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  • Zoom lens for Nikkor D-series digital SLR
  • Aspherical lens and internal focusing
  • 12 to 24 millimeter focal length
  • f4 maximum aperture
  • Silent Wave Motor for high-speed, quiet autofocusing

51. NIKON FM3A 35mm SLR Camera Body (Lens not included)

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Asin: B00005LERN
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 5441
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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  • True TTL Classic 60/40 Center Weighted metering helps determine proper exposure
  • Manual or DX ISO Film settings
  • New Hybrid Shutter Control System
  • Uses Nikon F Mount Lenses - A lens is not included with this camera and must be purchased separately
  • TTL Flash Metering System - Super fast 1/4,000 second to 1 second plus Bulb

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Professional, easy to use and fun
I love this camera, I've been using Nikon FM10 for years, it was a great camera, the only problem was with its view finder, it was so dark that I couldn't use it properly in dim light and this made it hard to focus. For a camera with the same quality but a clear view finder, I went for Nikon FM3A. Now am able to have same quality pictures using manual options for more creativity and am able to focus clearly. I recommend this camera for professionals as well as beginners who want to take creative photography depending on manual options.

1-0 out of 5 stars Go digital
I bought my FM3a with high hopes. It had the Nikon name and reputation. At close to $600 this is not a cheap camera to buy but functions at a very low level of operation. My biggest complaint is that you can not see the light meter in dim light or at narrow aperture openings. It is also invisible if you are using a zoom. You can only take pictures in well lit areas. I expected much more from Nikon but this camera is a terrible let down.

I want my Canon F-1 back.

5-0 out of 5 stars Back to the future...
Is everyone you know buying a digital camera? I have decided to go against the trend, and bought a FM3A. A light-weight and nearly manual camera. Why Nikon? After having used Canon for 20 years I decided to make the switch because I wanted better built quality. Something that lasts.

This baby has nearly all the pro features you are looking for in a camera. Built-in light meter, TTL flash, DX ISO, 1/4000 to 1 second, plus B. I usually choose the semi-automatic mode; by setting the aperture manually, then allowing the camera to set the shutter speed automatically.

As such, this camera is perfect for landscape photography. If you are like nature, and enjoy bush-walking or mountaineering, this Nikon is great. It only weighs 570g. This means that you can get away with using a light-weight tripod - if you don't mount big glass (a heavy telephoto lens). And it does not take much space. Good for travelling as well.

The only feature I sometimes miss is mirror lock-up. Without mirror lock-up, camera shake can cause problems at slower shutter speeds. But you can get around this issue by using the self-timer (causing the mirror to flip up before the shot is taken). A spot light-meter would have been nice, but you can still take spot readings by using a longer lens (or by zooming in).

The good thing about this film camera is that it provides me with the best of both worlds. I have the quality (and cheap price!) of film, the convenience of (slide) projection, but I can still scan the images into the computer if I need them digitally. And I can use the same set of lenses, should I decide to buy a digital body one day.

This is a simple to use semi-automatic camera - yet you can get find accessories for it (Nikon and third party) - including a motor-drive and flash.

Classic camera. I love it. Highly recommended. ... Read more

52. Nikon Coolpix 4300 4MP Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom

Asin: B00006KIYS
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 715
Average Customer Review: 4.11 out of 5 stars
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The Nikon Coolpix 4300 packs a lot into its tiny frame: a 4-megapixel CCD, a 3x optical zoom (4x digital), and an excellent list of high-end features. It's also easy to grip and can be used entirely with one hand--for right-handers at least (as usual, southpaws will just have to get used to the design).

We were able to adjust the saturation, white balance, and noise reduction of our images even before taking a shot. The 1.5-inch LCD is smaller than average, but the bright and crisp panel was clearly visible in anything but direct sunlight.

The 4300's image quality duly impressed us--crisp, bright colors that stood up to 11-by-17-inch enlargements. You can also capture 40-second video clips, although they're silent movies. We appreciated the Best Shot Selector feature, which let us snap up to 10 quick pictures and then have the Nikon cull out the best one for us.

We were able to get over 90 minutes of use out of the rechargeable lithium-ion battery, although we had to remove it for recharging. This design works well for an optional backup battery; however, you'll need a fully-charged battery ready to go. Nikon includes a 16 MB CompactFlash card, but you'll want to upgrade early on--high-resolution images and video clips fill 16 MB rapidly.

One minor caveat: if we turned the camera on with the lens cap in place, the 4300 would flash a message telling us about it. Removing the lens cap didn't work, and we had to turn the camera off and back on to clear the message and get started.

For the price, the Coolpix 4300 delivers a lot of megapixels and excellent image quality. If you're planning on upgrading to a high-end digital camera, plan a stop right here. --J. Curtis


  • Bright, crisp images
  • High-end features
  • Easy-to-hold design


  • Have to remove battery to recharge
  • Lens cap irritation
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  • 4.0 megapixel sensor creates 2,272 x 1,704 images for prints at 11 x 14 and beyond
  • 3x optical zoom and 4x digital zoom for 12x total
  • Included 16 MB CompactFlash card holds 16 images at normal setting and 2272 pixel resolution
  • Connects with PCs and Macs via USB port
  • Uses 1 rechargeable Li-ion EN-EL1 battery (included)

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5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Compact Digital Camera
I am a Nikon fan, and owned and used SLR Nikon FE, N50 and N90s for many many years.

Recently bought this Coolpix 4300 along with a 256MB ULTRA flash card ... As expected, I happily found that qualities of the picture are excellent with 3M-4M Pixel/FINE combos and many of the user-friendly functions are very similar to SLR models, and with added convenience of a digital camera that you can see pictures immediately. I particularly like the "TXT" file which records all the Control information for all the pictures you take...The compact digital camera is especially useful if you have little children around and you can always take the camera with you and take many pictures of them.

Try to buy a high capacity Ultra card, as it's 2X as faster as the regular CF card. Consider the time you save during picture taking (especially not missing a good moment) and during download, it's well worth the little extra money.

An extra rechargeable EN-EL1 battery.. is also handy, so you will seldom run into "out of battery" situation. Use the rechargeable because that saves you money and helps the environment in a long run.

One thing puzzles me is that for "FINE and 2200+" quality pictures, one Ultra 256MB CF card can only hold 130-140 pics, but the size of the pictures are only around 1.2MB, the math does not add up. I would expecct the card to hold over 200 pictures for size of 1.2 MB/per. Anybody can explain that?

A Nikon will make you happier and leave you lots of good memories, as always.

4-0 out of 5 stars Pretty cool pics
Coming up to 1000 pics with this camera now and this Coolpix does the job. A slightly older design, but now down in price to compete with the newer kids on the block, so look out for the deals. Feeling feels solid in the hand with a pleasingly positive shutter button, it is slightly heavier than the competition which helps to steady your shot when you capture the moment.

In the 'green' all auto mode it produces pretty good results with a low button count. Switch to the scene mode (fireworks, sunset etc) and you don't have to worry about f-stops and apertures, your pictures will also benefit. There is also enough scope for the developing photographer to explore in the manual mode. Manual white balance, shutter speed and focussing are all here although there are only 2 true apertures from which to choose. So sit down, get a tripod and read the manual - the menus at times can be a little esoteric. Take some time to play at home and become familiar with the camera, it's well worth it.

Essential accessories:
- Battery - this camera does not take AA's so buy one or two 3 rd party batteries
- Compactflash cards - again 1 or 2 128MB (or larger) cards don't go crazy and get a huge 4GB CF - buy a couple of smaller cards rather than one large one - you will sit on one, drop one in a cup of tea one day, transfer regularly and you won't lose you precious pics
-Card reader - less than $10 for a PC card for your laptop or not much more for a USB reader - save your batteries and faster transfers

A day shooting about 120 pics will use up approximately one 128MB card and 1 battery (using LCD, shooting 4mp JPEGs etc) so don't get caught out, stock up!


-Clean, sharp images that print nicely at 6x4" 5x7" size (4mp is more than enough for this and gives you a little leeway for cropping)
-Superb macro out of the box - very easy to get great results
-Not too button heavy - 'auto' modes yield good pictures without delving in the manual
-Uses cheap, readily available Compactflash media
-Feels solid and comfortable in the hand, heavier and less plasticky than Canon A70/80


-Proprietory battery - not AA so you're stuck when you can't recharge you Li-ions, but 3rd party battery so far is cheap and running well
-Lens cap - it will get on your nerves
-Huge shutter lag (5-6 secs) when LCD is turned off good for saving battery, bad for catching the action

But go to a shop, pick it up, play with it then buy it on Amazon!

3-0 out of 5 stars Good pictures, loud, slow, and a bit big.
Overall: Good for the price, and the quality Nikon optics.

But it is slower than I imagined - comparing it to other camers that use a different metering system with the "red light laser" thingy.

That plastic cap - I got use to it - don't worry about that.
The pictures - great 4mp quality with plenty of handy scene modes
The extras - I wnat to get a wide angle lens soon.

5-0 out of 5 stars Stationed in Iraq......
and this camera is everything I wanted! Even more. Extremely easy to use right out of the box. Very far. Pictures are perfectly clear and easy to send to my wife via e-mail. Two drawbacks: Camera is a bit loud. Maybe because it's always focusing on objects. 16 mb card is a joke. Luckily, I have a thumb drive and I can download them to it. Anyway, if you're looking for a great camera at a reasonable price, go with the Nikon 4300.

4-0 out of 5 stars good camera, but not terrific
I bought this camera one year ago and paid mid $300 for it. It did produce several nice pictures. But I'm disappointed with two facts. First of all, it's hard to get a good picture of moving subjects. Many pictures of my baby girl, when she is waving her hands or rolling over on the floor, are blurry. Second, I haven't gotten any good prints yet. All pictures look vivid on the computer but dull on the print. Maybe it's because I developed them at Sam's club. But it sucks if the only way to get good pix is to develop them at somewhere else at higher price.

I have read several good reviews of this product on this website and many others. I feel either those guys are smarter than me, or they just have relatively low expectation of digital cameras. I really hope that in the future when someone writes his enthusiastic reviews of this product, he can tell us whether he has experienced my problems, and if yes, how he solves them. ... Read more

53. Nikon Travelite V 9x25 Binocular

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Asin: B00006GF1G
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon Sport Optics
Sales Rank: 439
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  • Multicoated optics.
  • Compact rubber coated design for easy grip.
  • Clicking diopter control (expect zoom)
  • Quick central focusing.
  • BaK4 high index prisms.

54. Nikon 28-105mm f/3.5-4.5D Autofocus Zoom Nikkor Lens

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Asin: B00005LENU
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 2020
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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  • The AFZoom-Nikkor 28-105mm f/3.5-4.5DD is compact in size , but big on performance
  • It's close-focusing to 1/2 life-size makes it great for close-ups, nature and wildlife photography
  • Accepts 62mm filters
  • Weight - 19.0 oz.
  • Dimensions - 2.8 x 3.5.

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5-0 out of 5 stars practical lens
I purchased this lens shortly after getting my first SLR camera. While it came with a 28-80mm lens, I found that I wanted something that was faster and that had a little more throw on the long end of things.

I've had this lens now for about nine months, and it rarely leaves my camera body. The optics are great, the build is far better than what comes in an SLR kit these days. The only suggestion I can give to a buyer is to get a top of the line UV filter, because otherwise, you will notice degradation of the image quality.

This Nikon lens is built well. It has a nice heavy feel that will make you feel better about spending the money on it. I know I love mine. I only wish that Nikon offered a version of this lens with a constant (fast) aperture. ... Read more

55. Nikon Coolscan IV APS Film Adapter

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Asin: B000059Z4M
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 15652
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Specially designed as an optional accessory for the Nikon Coolscan IV ED, this unit will be particularly beneficial to labs that aim to process all types of professional-quality film. Connecting easily to your scanner, this solidly crafted attachment is built to handle Advanced Photo System (APS) film, without interfering with 35mm cut film and slides that can be scanned without accessories. ... Read more


  • Accessory for both Super Coolscan V ED and Super Coolscan 5000 ED Scanners
  • Compatible with the Nikon CoolScan IV ED
  • Scan APS film without hindering your other scanning jobs
  • Easy-to-install attachment
  • A quality Nikon product

56. NIKON D1X 5.47 Megapixel SLR Digital Camera

Asin: B00006I5JL
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 5555
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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  • ISO equivalency 125-800 (variable in 1/3, 1/2 or 1 EV steps)
  • Supports CompactFlash (Type I/II) & Microdrive media
  • 2-inch, 130,000-dot, low temp. polysilicon TFT LCD with white LED backlighting
  • IEEE-1394 Firewire Interface
  • Approx. 3 frames per second continuous shooting mode

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5-0 out of 5 stars Great camera but way to expensive
I bought mines from almost have the price! its at $2379.99 there.Brand new not refurbished or a returned item super deal.Amazon usually has very good prices but i don't know why its almost double here.If you buy from you can get alot more lens and accessories since you saved so much.That's what i did ... Read more

57. Nikon Coolpix 995 3.2MP Digital Camera with 4x Optical Zoom

Asin: B00005MA9X
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 2305
Average Customer Review: 4.25 out of 5 stars
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The Nikon Coolpix 995 builds on the versatile swivel design of the Coolpix 990 and 950, with features such as a new multimode pop-up flash that helps reduce red-eye considerably, and a handful of inventive creative controls, including white-balance bracketing, four-color saturation modes, and a 50-step manual focus mode. Its 3.34-megapixel CCD sensor captures high-resolution images (maximum of 2,048 x 1,536 pixels) for quality enlargements, and the 4x optical zoom Nikkor lens provides the 35mm photography equivalent of a 38-152mm zoom. This is currently the highest zoom range in the Coolpix line (as of July 2001). The Coolpix 995 also has a 4x stepless digital zoom, 256-element matrix metering, an advanced autofocus system, QuickTime movie mode for movies up to 40 seconds long, multiple automatic exposure modes, and a 1.8-inch LCD monitor with 6x zooming playback.

One of the best reasons to choose the Coolpix 995 is for the quality Nikkor optics and the ability to add any (optional) Coolpix converter lenses and accessories. There is even a multiflash sync terminal for attaching up to five external Nikon Speedlights. The camera's 4x optical zoom lens incorporates two aspherical elements (10 elements in 8 groups overall) for optimal performance in a compact design, plus it features super-integrated coating (SIC) for incredible sharpness. In macro mode, you can focus as close as 0.8 inches from your subject. Other interesting features include the ability to shoot subjects in motion with a high-speed full-resolution image capture at three frames per second, an improved shutter speed of 1/2,300 per second, and a fast maximum ISO setting of 800. There is also a noise reduction mode on the 995 to minimize digital artifacts and help capture excellent images at long exposures.

To sweeten the deal, the Coolpix 995 comes with rechargeable lithium-ion battery and charger, Lexar 16MB CompactFlash memory card, USB cable for high-speed connectivity, multiple software products (even a program that allows users to edit their QuickTime movies), lens cap, and neck strap. It is covered by a one-year warranty. ... Read more


  • 3-megapixel sensor captures enough detail to create prints up to 11 x 14
  • 4x optical plus 4x digital (16x total) autofocus zoom lens
  • Included 16 MB CompactFlash memory holds 19 images at default resolution
  • Connects with Macs and PCs via USB port
  • Uses dedicated lithium-ion rechargeable battery pack (included)

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4-0 out of 5 stars Great camera, but not without limitations

1. 4x optical zoom. Most digicams in this price range only have 3x, and most lower-priced cameras only have a 2x or no zoom at all.

2. Pop-up flash. Many owners of the Coolpix 990 and 950 have significant red-eye trouble. Popping up the flash on the 995 gets it far enough away from the lens to eliminate most red-eye troubles.

3. High resolution. 3.3 megapixels in a quality camera like this is more than enough for most serious amateurs. The only time this will become a limitation is if you want to make obscenely large prints (probably 16" x 20" or larger, and even then I don't think it would be a significant degradation) or if you want to crop significantly and make an 8" x 10" or something in that range. I have been very pleased with my results, even in...

4. Auto mode. The 995 has a steep learning curve if you want to really take advantage of its full feature set. But its auto mode is intuitive enough that you can take the camera out of the box and start taking quality shots immediately. The auto mode is no more complicated than any point-and-shoot camera. Excellent feature.


1. 16 mb CompactFlash card. This one is really a joke. Nikon should have included at least a 32mb card and probably a 128. I strongly suggest purchasing a larger CF card immediately. Most CF cards have fallen to the 50 cents per meg range now (January 2002), so you should be able to get a good name-brand 128mb CF card for $60 or so. Do it. Now.

2. Digital zoom. Worthless. The pixellization is horrendous, and unless you have a huge amount of light the lens speed is such that you really need a tripod to avoid camera shake.

3. Lens speed. With no zoom the aperture is f/2.6. The further you zoom, the worse it gets. If you don't have a tripod, I strongly suggest one (the 995's mount is sturdy and well-made, by the way).

4. No case included. Again, something you definitely need. I've had very good luck with LowePro, and they're reasonably priced.

5. Complicated menu system. To take advantage of all the features of this excellent camera, you really need to spend significant time reading the manual and exploring the extensive menu system. Not for the faint of heart.

I've given 4 out of 5 stars, with one star removed due to the above weaknesses. But this is a fantastic camera. I've had mine for only about three weeks and I've already taken more than 300 shots, many of them excellent. I highly recommend it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Nikon's Grand Reputation Untarnished
I have owned 2 or three 35mm SLR cameras and based on
reputation, decided to go with the Nikon 995 for digital photography. I could not be more pleased with this purchase. Whether you point and shoot with the auto mode or
go for controlled effects with manual, this thing makes wonderful pictures. The 995 has it all--the pixels, the zoom, the monitor, the close-ups, the convenience AND simple to use. Like the camera, accessories are precision made albeit somewhat pricey, but hey--you're getting the quality of a Nikon.
Every conceivable option is available including telephoto
lense, wide-angle, fisheye, and assorted filters to name a few. The camera design allows 360 degree vertical rotation so
one can look into the monitor AND shoot the photographer.
The location of the built-in flash reduces redeye over prior models. I have read a few reviews where someone had trouble loading onto their computer. I am a computer neandrethal and this puppy was up and running in a few minutes without a single hassle. Color is fantastic, but it helps to orchestrate your lighting for professional results. I could go rambling on,
but let's keep it succinct, "you get what you pay for" has
never been more true than with the Nikon 995.

5-0 out of 5 stars THE BEST CAMERA EVER
I have been using the 995 since 2001, I am a medical Radiologist, in my field everybody needs a high quality digital camara aid for storing cases. The results using my Nikon 995 compared to other cameras (from my collegues) in the same range are breath taking!! You a get a great Nikor lens, with a very convenient Makro and so many manual options that makes it impossible to need another camera.
Plus you can have add-ons that the others don't have like the slide reproducer that lets you digitize all the old slides!!. I have literaly taken thousands of pictures and works as good as new. The 995 lets you take charge when you need to, but also has the automatic ¨SNAPPY¨ mode for easier shots. It's a must have. After comparing I can't imagine 3 years later why would I want to change it for another.

4-0 out of 5 stars It was a great first Digital Camera for me the dentist
Just got home today after looking at new digital cameras, all of the sudden my Nikon 995 seems HUGE. But over the past 18 months it has been flawless, and made me switch completely to digital for family and some work (dentist).
I thought it interesting that someone noted that red eye was not as much of a problem as earlier Nikon digital cameras - I thought it was a big problem, and it would be my one complaint about the 995.
The 3.2MP was more then sufficient, I recently just got an 8 X 10" from an online printing surface, and it is beautiful. Printing on my HP 7550 I was able to get excellent 5" X 7"'s, but I guess this isn't a printer review.
The menus are easy, and downloading via USB was a snap. I would rate the software as very average. I still don't understand why WIN XP can't just recognize the camera for direct downloading instead of going through a third party soft ware.
I have now attached the camera to a clinical microscope and will continue to use it. And I don't think I will buy anything more then a 4MP camera for my next hobby camera. Of course, I just purchased the 6.2 Canon Rebel today for work and serious photograpy, but that's another story...

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome for closeup pictures!
I received this camera as a gift 2 years ago.

I sell gemstones and jewelry and it was very important that I could get a camera that took good closeup pictures. This camera never let me down!

It is also great for everyday pics of the family or vacation shots but it met and exceeded my needs for the up close images I needed.

Thanks Nikon for an awesome camera! :-) ... Read more

58. Nikon Action 16x50 EX ATB Binocular

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Manufacturer: Nikon Sport Optics
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  • Waterproof, fogproof, and shockproof performance
  • All-metal chassis in lightweight polycarbonate shell
  • Rubber-coated body for firm, non-slip grip
  • Magnification: 16x
  • Objective lens: 50mm

59. Nikon OceanPro 7x50 Waterproof Binoculars with Compass

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Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 2751
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  • Quick, easy central focus.
  • Rubber-armored, shockproof polycarbonate body.
  • Long eye relief oerfect for eyeglass weares.
  • Nylon floating strap included.
  • 100% Waterproff/Fogproof

60. NIKON 16mm F/2.8 D-Series Fisheye Lens

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Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
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  • Fisheye 16mm
  • F/2.8
  • D-type lens
  • Auto focus

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