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81. Nikon Action 8x40 Binocular
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82. 8-24x25 Travelite Zoom Bincoular
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83. Nikon Travelite V 8x25 Binocular
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84. Nikon Coolpix SQ 3MP Digital Camera
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85. 12x25 Travelite V Binocular
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86. NIKON F5 SLR Body Only
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87. NIKON 20mm F/2.8
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88. NIKON 50mm/f-1.4 D-series
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89. Nikon StabilEyes 14x40 Image Stabilization
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90. Nikon Coolpix 3100 3MP Digital
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91. Nikon 7-15x35 Action Zoom Binocular
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92. NIKON 10-22x50 Action Zoom XL
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93. NIKON F6 SLR 35mm Film Camera
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94. Nikon 16-48x60 Spotter XL II Compact
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95. NIKON TC201 Teleconverter for
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96. Nikon Medallion 8x21 Binocular
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97. Nikon Sportstar 10x25 DCF Water
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98. NIKON N75 QD 35MM Autofocus SLR
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99. Nikon Action 10x50 Binocular
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100. NIKON N80 QD 35mm SLR Camera Body

81. Nikon Action 8x40 Binocular

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Asin: B0001AOGAO
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon Sport Optics
Sales Rank: 1812
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Features

  • Aspherical eyepiece lenses with multi-coated prisms
  • Quick central focus system
  • 420-foot field of view at 1,000 yards
  • Magnification: 8x
  • Objective lens: 40mm

82. 8-24x25 Travelite Zoom Bincoular
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Asin: B00006JK6M
Catlog: Sports
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 121
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Features

  • Features an 8-24 power magnification range and aspherical eyepiece lenses for a flat field of view and hours of strain-free viewing, and a compact and ergonomic design.
  • Advanced zoom control quickly goes from 8x to 24x magnification
  • Advanced ergonomics
  • Quick central focusing
  • Compact rubber-coated design for easy grip

83. Nikon Travelite V 8x25 Binocular

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Asin: B00006JK6E
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon Sport Optics
Sales Rank: 1328
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Features

  • Quick central focusing
  • Clicking diopter control for strain-free viewing
  • Multicoated optics
  • BaK4 high index prisms
  • Compact rubber-coated design for easy grip

84. Nikon Coolpix SQ 3MP Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom

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Asin: B0000A2QAB
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 4019
Average Customer Review: 3.33 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Nikon Coolpix SQ demonstrates that compact design is both cutting edge and functional. Capture stunning images with its 3.1-megapixel sensor and 3x optical zoom Nikkor lens. The uniquely square Coolpix SQ also has a twisting lens and flash, which can be orientated 90 degrees to the front in normal shooting situations. It also features a quick start-up time and fast autofocus so you won't miss a great shooting opportunity.

Optics and Resolution
The Coolpix SQ's 1/2.7-inch high-density CCD employs 3.1 effective megapixels to produce 2,016 x 1,512-pixel images and 11 by 17-inch enlargements. Its 3x optical zoom Nikkor lens--featuring a 5.6-16.8mm focal range (equivalent to 37-111mm in 35mm photography)--and Nikon's advanced image-processing algorithm ensure exceptional color and sharpness. The camera also features a 4x digital zoom.

Storage and Transfer
Images are stored on CompactFlash memory cards (Type I), and a 16 MB card is included. Images can be downloaded to either a Mac or PC via USB storage-class connectivity, which means it can be connected to any USB-based Windows 98/Me/2000/XP and Mac OS 8.6 or later computer without installing any software.

Movie Mode
In addition to taking still photos, the Coolpix SQ is capable of recording up to 40 seconds of video (with sound) at 15 frames per second, with 320 x 240 recorded pixels.

More Features
The Coolpix SQ comes with the Cool-Station cradle (MV-10). The battery recharges while the camera is in the cradle. Uploading images to a computer (via USB cable) requires a single press of the cradle's transfer button.

  • 1.5-inch TFT (transreflective) LCD monitor for better outdoor performance.
  • Built-in flash with auto, fill flash, flash cancel, and red-eye reduction modes.
  • 15 scene modes, including portrait, night portrait, party/indoor, and more
  • 5-mode manual white balance with fine tuning, preset and white balance bracketing.
  • Automatic noise reduction function for superior images at slow shutter speeds.
  • 5-area multi-autofocus for easier photo composition.
  • Macro shooting capability as close as 1.6 inches.

Imaging Software
Nikon's NikonView 6 imaging software offers a number of powerful features. Add date and time imprinting (or just a date) to the front of your picture as a reminder when the image was taken. Select one or more images you want to share and use the simplified e-mail function within NikonView 6 to size it for a small, medium or large screen. A copy of the image is resized (the original is maintained), then is attached to a new e-mail message in your default e-mail program. NikonView 6 also has a new feature that automatically removes most typical occurrences of red-eye with the touch of a button.

Power, Size, and Contents
The camera is powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery EN-EL2 (included). It measures 3.3 x 3.3 x 1.0 inches and weighs 7.6 ounces with battery. This package includes the Coolpix SQ digital camera, 16 MB CompactFlash card, Cool-Station cradle (MV-10), USB and A/V cables, AC adapter, hand strap, and Nikon View CD-ROM and USB drivers for Windows and Mac. ... Read more

Features

  • Unique twisting lens and flash can be orientated 90 degrees
  • 3.1 megapixel sensor captures enough detail for prints up to 11 x 14
  • 3x optical zoom plus 4x digital zoom (12x total); movie mode captures up to 40 seconds of video with audio
  • Compatible with CompactFlash Type I memory cards; 16 MB card included
  • Powered by rechargeable lithium-ion battery (EN-EL2 included); connects with Macs and PCs via USB port

Reviews (6)

1-0 out of 5 stars Nikon should take back this camera
This is the worst camera I ever used. Nikon should take back all these camera's and provide other Nikon camera's in place. They are able to create cool camera's so why did they create such a useless camera. This camera only makes fun when using it in place of using your mobile phone to take pictures.

3-0 out of 5 stars Had to ship back twice for technical problems!
Initially loved the camera. I'm a longtime Coolpix fan, and use the swivel lens at work all the time (I'm a plastic surgeon). It fits easily in your pocket, and every single time I pull it out, I get ooohs and aaahs. The macro function is great, but the flash causes a lot of shadows indoors.

HOWEVER, after using the camera for two months, I had to return it because it would no longer sync with my computer from its base. The company took 3-4 weeks to return it to me. Now, just two months later, it's making grinding noises and won't boot up. Not sure if it's just my camera, or overall quality control issues, but I expect a top-notch product from Nikon. The design is awesome, but if you can't use it, then it's a waste.

5-0 out of 5 stars Defy Conventions!
My migration to digital photography started in 1996 or thereabouts with the Casio Q10. It didn't last long as the camera was nicked.

I recently purchased the SQ and had high hopes of Nikon {my previous SLRs were Nikon and Leica}. I was in shock! The SQ is beautiful crafted and designed, and at 180gm its the perfect weight. The manual shooting is amazing.. its like I'm really using a Nikon AF SLR.

I would recommend the SQ anytime. The only downside to the SQ is the battery. You'd need more than 1 to ensure whatever catches your heart is translated there onto the CF card.

The best that money can buy at such a reasonable price. Attention grabber? yes unfortunately, but its worth every cent if you're serious about digital photography and are not as afortune to get Leica or higher end Nikon models.

4-0 out of 5 stars easy to use, original design, few manual options
I've bought this camera a week ago. This is my review

Pros:
- Nice design, breaks with the typical design in compact cameras.
- The optical it quite good (similar to the one used in nikon's reflexs)
- Very well designed menus
- Craddle is very useful and comfortable, it also allows for charging an auxiliar battery without having to connect the camera on it.
- 15 scene modes, including night photos (iso increases), sports (shutter speed increases), macro, etc.
- If you want to take photos in black and white there is a scene mode for taking photos to text which works in black and white

Cons:
- only few manual options, not incluiding focus, iso, shutter speed and few more (you have to rely on scene modes to make the camera automatically change this)
- limitation on 40 secs for recording movies (do you really want to record movies with a photo camera?), however this nikon allows for recording sound too (many nikon coolpix don't allow).

3-0 out of 5 stars 3MP point and shoot with rotating lens
pros:
- unique square metal body with rotating lens (the rotating lens is very useful in situations where you can't be directly behind the camera).
- 3MP resolution.
- 3x optical zoom.
- 15 scene modes!
- i like the simplicity of the included Cool-Station camera dock for charging the battery and transferring files to your computer.
- AF-assist lamp.
- short shutter lag in good light.
- fast shot-to-shot speeds.
- bright, fluid LCD display.
- impressive macro ability.

cons:
- images noisier than expected, especially for a nikon.
- moderate barrel distortion at wide-angle.
- the flash and lens are very close and this leads to dust reflections and redeye.
- expensive for its feature set.
- no optical viewfinder - this makes it tough when you use this camera in bright sunlight.
- no manual controls except for white balance.
- not as compact as its competition: 3.2 x 3.2 x 1.0" weighing 6.3oz.
- RAW and TIFF formats not supported.
- so-so battery life.
- 16MB CF card provided is inadequate so add $$ to your budget to buy more memory.
- uses proprietary batteries so again, more $$ for a spare.

the coolpix sq has a unique design and looks very cool. the main selling point of this camera is its rotating lens - this is quite useful when you can't be directly behind the camera when taking your shots. i also like the AF assist light and the numerous scene modes. but the images were disappointing, especially for a nikon. plus there are other cameras out there that are smaller, have more features, and less expensive than the coolpix sq! two that i would recommend over the sq would be the pentax optio s or casio ex-z3. for even better image quality (in a slightly bigger package), also consider canon's sd100.

i hope this helps you with your buying decision. peace. ... Read more


85. 12x25 Travelite V Binocular
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Asin: B00006GF1H
Catlog: Sports
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 1564
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Features

  • Advanced ergonomics
  • Quick central focusing
  • Compact rubber coated design for easy grip
  • Multicoated optics
  • BaK4 high index prisms

86. NIKON F5 SLR Body Only

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Asin: B00006I5JM
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 7027
Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Please note that this is a camera body only and that a Nikon AF-series lens (or comparable) is required for operation
  • Built-in atomatic film advance is capable of shooting up to 8 continuous exposures per second
  • An exclusive, internal RGB light meter divides the image into 1005 discrete units and clearly analyzes the figures against images in its memory to help provide the optimal setting
  • Adjustable center-weight metering for more precise small-area metering (ie. fashion photography)
  • Multiple exposure control settings and exposure compensation variances

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Nikon's Pro 35mm Camera
I take better pictures with the F5, let me clarify, at an air show, while whale watching and of course all the people shots I would have missed if it were not for the speed of the auto focus and the wonderful metering system. I think it is one of the attributes of this camera the ability to get the shot, quickly and accurately.

Battery Consumption: Battery consumption has not been a problem for me. My purchase is a late model production camera and I am aware that the earlier models did have a battery consumption issue.

Weight: The F5 is a heavy camera but I like the weight and feel of the camera. I think because of the weight the camera balances nicely in your hands and the F5 is a dream to hold. I am able to hand held this camera at a lower shutter speed than I could with other cameras. The craftsmanship is superb and I enjoy how well the F5 is made.

Familiar Controls: I like the ability to go from one Nikon to another and most of the controls seemed familiar.

Weather Sealing: I have taken the F5 while on a sailboat in Kauai in 15 foot swells hanging on to the boat with one hand and just pointing the camera with the other (program mode) and guess what I got some good shots. I don't hesitate using this camera in adverse weather conditions and just wipe and clean it.

Some comments lead to believe that some people have walked in from the street and purchased a two thousand dollar camera. That the person never picked the camera up and realized how heavy the camera is. Not that the F5 is that heavy look at some medium format cameras. If you are looking at this camera I'm sure you already are aware of peoples comments good and bad. It would hard for me to believe that someone will purchase the F5 as a first Nikon camera. I would assume that the person who made this purchase has an assortment of Nikon products and knows what they are doing.

The F5 was introduced in 1996 and was a top of the line 35mm camera and in 2004 it still is the top of the line. I know other manufactures make great cameras but eight years later this camera is still at the top of the list.
This camera will be that last film camera that I own. It is not because I'm going digital, because I'm not at the moment. It is because this is simply the best film camera you can purchase from Nikon and it just might be the best film camera you can own.

Negatives: I wish the focus area brackets in the viewfinder illuminated in red similar to the N80 and F100

5-0 out of 5 stars F5
This great camera makes photography easier. If you want to improve your skill level, this camera won't hold you back. However, you can't blame the camera anymore for your bad photos. The only bad mark I can give it is it is rather heavy, and not made for backpacking. I carry my FM2n then. Otherwise, I am very happy with it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Dream Camera Nikon F5
I purchased the F5 a year ago and this is what I think. I take better pictures with the F5, let me clarify, at an air show, while whale watching and of course all the people shots I would have missed if it were not for the speed of the auto focus and the wonderful metering system. If it sounds like I use the camera as point and shoot camera sometimes I do exactly that. I think it is one of the attributes of this camera the ability to get the shot, quickly and accurately.

Weigh: The F5 is a heavy camera but I like the weight and feel of the camera. I think because of the weight the camera balances nicely in your hands and the F5 is a dream to hold. I am able to hand held this camera at a lower shutter speed than I could with other cameras. The craftsmanship is superb and I enjoy how well the F5 is made.

Familiar Controls: I like the ability to go from one Nikon to another and most of the controls seemed familiar.

Weather Sealing: I have taken the F5 while on a sailboat in Kauai in 15 foot swells hanging on to the boat with one hand and just pointing the camera with the other (program mode) and guess what I got some good shots. I don't hesitate using this camera in adverse weather conditions and just wipe and clean it.

The F5 was introduced in 1996 and was a top of the line 35mm camera and in 2004 it still is the top of the line. I know other manufactures make great cameras but eight years later this camera is still at the top of the list. This camera will be that last film camera that I own. It is not because I'm going digital, because I'm not at the moment. It is because this is simply the best film camera you can purchase from Nikon and it just might be the best film camera you can own.

5-0 out of 5 stars The best 35mm film camera that will ever be.
The F5 is very likely the best 35mm film camera that will ever be, and in most ways takes the 35mm film SLR concept to its ultimate. This camera, operated with even minimal skill, simply will not take pictures that are not superb, at least from an exposure and focus standpoint. The F5 has a lightning fast autofocus system that will work fine even under very dark conditions. The F5 exposure system is probably about as good as any auto-exposure system will ever be, and certainly it is as good as anyone needs one to be. I have constantly been impressed and often startled by how good my F5 pictures turn out, even under tricky lighting conditions that a lesser camera (without a better photographer) would have screwed up. The F5 is a great camera.

Things about the F5 I don't like? A few. First of all, the F5 is built like a tank--very durable and heavy duty. Unfortunately, after you carry it around for awhile, it feels as heavy as a tank. The F5 is large, heavy, and not especially easy to stow away for trips or toss in that backpack. This is about the only thing about the F5 I found to criticize. Incidentally, a smaller Nikon that is technically very similar to the F5 in features and performance in most respects is the Nikon F100. Amateur photographers who want the best film camera available should consider the F100 which has almost the same exposure and autofocus systems in a lighter, sleeker body.

Why do I say the F5 is (probably) the best 35mm camera that will ever be? Very simple--the world is going digital. Camera companies, Nikon included, are not likely to put much in the way of R&D towards improving 35mm cameras. Their money is going towards improving the digital cameras, which are presently undergoing rapid evolution, and which are beginning to approach (but have not yet equalled) the F5. Fortunately for film enthusiasts/die-hards, the F5 and its smaller brother, the F100, are so good that little more improvement is called for.

4-0 out of 5 stars The best (and possibly last) flagship Nikon SLR film body
The Nikon F90X was a very good intermediate-type camera during the mid 1990's. I sold it and purchased a used heavy-weight (features and mass) Nikon F5 from a Toronto photo flea market 5 years ago.

With over 250 rolls of 24 exposure film, this camera has not failed me yet. It is well balanced with every AF and AFS Nikkor lens that I have been able to mate it with. The camera also works extremely well with the Nikon SB-28 Speedlight.

The 3 gripes I have about this camera are:

a) Lack of illuminated focusing points in the viewfinder,
b) Lack of a focus lock to prevent accidental focus shift, and
c) Having to visit Nikon to default the film rewind leader out.

Overall, a solid performing film camera body. ... Read more


87. NIKON 20mm F/2.8

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Asin: B00005LEOC
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 7200
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Features

  • 20mm
  • F/2.8
  • D-Series
  • Auto focus

88. NIKON 50mm/f-1.4 D-series

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Asin: B00005LENO
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 2815
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Old but still Useful
I have had my 50mm Nikon AF 1.4 lens for 20 years. It worked on my Nikon N-4004 until I bought a Coolpix 5700, it slept for two years, and it woke up when I got my D-100 digital SLR six months ago. If you are a candid and available light photographer, and you can live with a very fast 75mm field of view, you will get a lot of shots that others will miss. The color rendition and sharpness of focus are perfect for digital use. With a good editing program you will work miracles. Zoom lenses are great, but the tried and true, fixed and fast 50 mm f-1.4 will outlast them all!

4-0 out of 5 stars 50/1.4D
Typical Nikon quality. Clear, sharp, easy to use. Great basic lens that gathers a lot of light. I always have it in my camera bag. ... Read more


89. Nikon StabilEyes 14x40 Image Stabilization Waterproof Binoculars with Case, Neck Strap, & Batteries

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Asin: B00006GF1A
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon Sport Optics
Sales Rank: 4024
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Features

  • Exclusivedual mode-ONBOARD/LAND
  • Eliminates movement from waves and vibration from hand shake, ect.
  • Exclusive Pan and Tilt Feature.
  • Waterproff/Fogproof

90. Nikon Coolpix 3100 3MP Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom

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Asin: B00008J6VW
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 1612
Average Customer Review: 3.83 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

The Nikon Coolpix 3100 is a great choice for digital photography beginners, offering a compact size, 3.2-megapixel resolution, 3x optical zoom, and a bevy of automated scene controls that are customizeable.

One of the most impressive features of the Nikon 3100 is its size. From the online pictures we originally viewed, we imagined it to be large and a bit clunky. And while it’s a bit chunkier than other sleeker cameras, the 3100 is surprisingly small. Plus, the rounded ergonomic hand grip rested comfortably and securely in our hand.

The Nikon 3100 offersa whopping 14 scene modes that automatically set the camera’s white balance, exposure, and focusing point for different situations. The easy-to-learn software system features large icons and text to guide you through your choices. And some of the modes even provide an "assist" feature, with outlines of figures or landscapes to help line up the shot.

We had fun playing around with the scene modes and snapping pictures that made the most out of the shooting environment. However, we felt we lost some spontaneity if we relied too much on switching through the modes.

The 3.2-megapixel CCD sensor captures bright images that can be printed up to 11 x 14 inches. The movie mode captures smooth video up to 640 x 480 pixels for 20 seconds (or a more jaggy 40-second, 320 x 240-pixel videos), but it doesn’t offer any sound.

The Nikon 3100 is an affordable choice for a point-and-shoot camera that offers sharp, bright images and brings a lot of flexibility to the party. It comes with a starter 16 MB memory card and alkaline batteries, and we recommend a higher-capacity Compactflash card and rechargeable AA-size NiMH batteries.--Agen G.N. Schmitz

Pros:

  • Compact size, comfortable in the hand
  • Customizeable scene modes
  • 3.2-megapixel resolution for prints up to 11 x 14 inches

Cons:

  • Scene modes can be a bit too customizeable, and distract you from the shot
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Features

  • 3.2 megapixel sensor captures enough detail for prints up to 11 x 14
  • 3x optical zoom, 4x digital zoom (12x total)
  • One-touch upload to PC; 14 scene modes
  • Includes 16 MB Starter CompactFlash card
  • Connects with Macs and PCs via USB port

Reviews (60)

5-0 out of 5 stars GREAT CAMERA, GREAT PICTURES! What more can I say?
Pros:
1.) Ease of operation. The camera is very user friendly. Just by messing around with it for 20 to 30 minutes I figured out how to operate most of the functions.
2.) Great price. I was looking at sony p7 and canon. Both of these cameras were nice and had a few more options than the Nikon but I like the Nikon's style and functionability better.
3.) LCD screen. I liked Nikon's screen better than Sony's just because it was recessed. With Sony's if you set it down on a flat surface then the screen would have come into contact with the surface

Cons:
1.) My friends have reported little white spots of light on their pictures. I have noticed a few little spots on pictures that I've taken but they aren't bad. I have also noticed that these spots will occur on other cameras, even disposable.
2.) Battery life is about average. My batteries usually last 45 minutes to an hour. I have rechargable nickle batteries.
3.) The 16mb memory disc is standard but I got a 128mb one as well so that I would be able to hold plenty of pictures.

This is my first digital camera.. It takes great pictures but like everything it is not perfect'It is easy to figure out how to use and the controls are well placed for its small size. But it really is small and sometimes it is awkward to handle but the small size is great for travel and is small enough to fit in a loose pocket comfortably. I would have liked a bigger memory card. I bought a 128mb card when I bought the camera. I took about 150 pics on vacation and had room for about 150 more. 64mb would be plenty. You really should buy rechargeable batteries. This camera goes through batteries rather quickly. I bought regular alkaline batteries ' they lasted about 5 minutes I then bought Lithium batteries :). The rechargeable batteries die after taking about 50-60 pictures. The movie quality was pretty good and you can edit the movies on the camera. Shutter response time is slow. In low light without the flash pictures become very blurry. I would guess the shutter automatically stays open longer to compensate for low light. I have not found a way to prevent this. On high quality the write time to the card seems long, about 7-8 seconds. I would like more features that you would find on a higher priced bigger camera but I wanted this to travel with and it worked great for that. It gave me good prints and it was pretty easy to use. Overall it is a great camera that anyone could use.

5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing Digicam
I got this very quickly from Amazon.com, even with saver shipping. It's my first digital camera, and so far, I'm impressed. I've used plenty of Nikon 35mm and SLR cameras, but I needed a portable, high quality, yet affordable, digital camera. This is it. It is the smallest 3+ megapixel digital camera I've seen, even smaller than its big brother the Coolpix 4300. I would have bought the 4300 but then this camera came out and is pretty close in quality and quite a bit cheaper than the 4300. As for quality, this camera impresses me greatly...especially because of its small, yet very comfortable size. Sure, there are smaller cameras, but they fall out of your hands, whereas this one does not (I always use the wrist strap anyway). The scene modes are a bit of overkill, but the full auto mode works well, and I have yet to really get into the "manual" mode, but it seems to be quite useful for taking several pictures at the same time/selecting the best shot (using the camera's automatic best shot selector feature). Overall, the camera is great. The tried and true 3x optical zoom nikkor lense, combined with an excellent CCD and extremely small, yet grippable body make this the perfect camera for someone who wants portability, quality, and a great price too.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excelent purchase
Great camera, great pictures, eats up batteries.. buts its worth the money!

2-0 out of 5 stars Dark pictures, short-lived batteries, and a LOOONG wait!
We purchased this camera specifically for taking pictures at our wedding last year, and the pictures came out dark and grainy. Minus one star.

Agreeing with another reviewer, the batteries could last a little longer. Minus another star.

Also, if you want to be at all spontaneous, this may not be the right camera for you. It takes forever to turn on and to switch from camera to preview mode and back again. Also, it defaults to the triple flash for red-eye reduction, which I would rather not use all the time. That's three stars down

It is small, though. And easy to use. For that I will give 2 stars. But if I had to do it over again, I would have purchased a different camera.

4-0 out of 5 stars Get rechargable Li-Ion batteries and this is a great camera
I had the same battery issue as everyone else. NiMH batteries, even when fully charged are only 1.2V and disposables are 1.5V when new but drop rapidly; this camera is really sensitive to voltage. Go on-line and find a discount battery site that sells rechargable (or disposable) Lithium Ion CRV-3 batteries, which is what the camera originally comes with. I get 60-70 shots with the flash per charge.

For the money this is a great little camera. It fits in your pocket, takes great pictures, is simple to use and with the Li-Ion battery will shoot all day on one charge. The standard CF (16MB) is plenty of memory for party pics, etc. at the "PC" (1024) setting; You'll get about 65 shots. There's plenty of optical zoom range. I try to avoid using the digital zoom feature, it's too grainy. ... Read more


91. Nikon 7-15x35 Action Zoom Binocular

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Asin: B0001YYP5G
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon Sport Optics
Sales Rank: 1878
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Features

  • Multicoated Optics
  • Ergonomic, Rubber Armored Body
  • BaK4 High Index Prisms
  • Aspherical eyepiece lens elements
  • Tripod Adaptable

92. NIKON 10-22x50 Action Zoom XL Porro Prism Binocular 7234

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Asin: B0002FB3K4
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 2324
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Features

  • Quick central focusing
  • Sharp multicoated optics for superb contrast and vivid color
  • BaK4 high index prisms
  • Diopter adjustment for strain-free viewing
  • Magnification x -10 to 22

93. NIKON F6 SLR 35mm Film Camera Body
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Asin: B0006GQ6K6
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 7424
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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We are Happy to offer the Nikon F6 SLR Camera for Pre-Sale Today! By placing your Nikon F6 Camera order today, you can firmly establish your place in line for this exciting new product. Our orders are always filled in the order that they are placed, and your credit card will not be charged until your order has shipped. Order today and be the first to get this exciting new item! ... Read more

Features

  • Type of Camera - Integral motor autofocus 35mm SLR (Single Lens Reflex) camera with electronically controlled focal-plane shutter.
  • Exposure Modes - Programmed Auto, Flexible Program, Shutter priority, Aperture Priority and Manual
  • Picture Format - 24mm x 36mm (standard 35mm film format)
  • Viewfinder - Fixed eyelevel pentaprism, built-in diopter adjustment (-2 to +1m-1)
  • Eyepoint - 18mm (at -10m-1)

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Nikon's Flagship Film SLR:The Best Gets Better
Nikon has introduced a new F-series film camera about once every eight years, and a lot of people wondered if the F5 from 1996 would be the last film-based pro SLR Nikon would manufacture.To the surprise and delight of many, Nikon unveiled the F6 with relatively quiet fanfare last autumn.Film photographers in the know should prepare their credit cards for this one.

Having owned the F4s, F5 and now the F6, I can say from experience that the previous F-series cameras are all great, but the best just got better.The F6 still has the same robust build you would expect from an F-series Nikon, and yet it is lighter than the F5 by almost 8 ounces, and it is only about 7 ounces heavier than the F100.(Without optional grip/battery pack).Ergonomics are excellent - the F6 fits nicely in my hands.

Improvements include enhanced RGB color matrix metering and 11-sensor autofocus.Unlike the F5, you are no longer required to lug 8 AA batteries around at all times (although you can if you want to) - the optional MB-40 battery pack accepts AA batteries or, better yet, a long lasting Nikon EN-EL4 rechargeable lithium ion battery, which will pay for itself rather quickly.

And what can you say about a camera that comes "loaded" with a fully functioning databack?This used to be a $500 accessory in previous F models.The F6 has an LCD screen on the back (grayscale) which allows you to quickly scroll through custom functions and settings, and you also get autobracketing, intervalometer, and the option to print basic information on the first frame of the roll, in between film frames, or inside the frame itself.

Is this the last of the film based F-series cameras from Nikon?Difficult to say.It will be interesting to see if film survives in another eight years.Many labs today are beginning to scale back on film processing operations, and digital cameras are matching (in some cases, surpassing) the quality of 35mm film.The F6 could be the last of its kind.Then again, some folks said the same thing about the F5.

PS - as a side note, I would highly recommend the optional MB-40 battery pack.It gives you the option of using AA batteries or the EN-EL4 rechargeable in addition to a vertical firing button and a wheel pad for selecting the different AF zones.
Very nice indeed.







5-0 out of 5 stars Nikon hasn't ignored film users with its latest
I was able to take a look at Nikon's latest professional camera at last year's Photo Plus East; I was surprised that Nikon would devote so much effort in creating the finest professional-grade 35mm SLR camera that is available to those who use only film. It is as well built as the Nikon F6, but in a major departure from its Nikon F series predecessors, no longer has interchangeable viewfinders (Focusing screens can be changed via the reflex mirror, like those for the Nikon FE and FM series cameras.). it is also substantially lighter, without losing any of its ruggedness, only slightly larger than the Nikon F100 camera. Without question, this is the finest professional quality 35mm film SLR camera currently available. If I was still using Nikons, I wouldn't hesitate adding this camera to my kit.

5-0 out of 5 stars Film isn't dead yet
Nikon has brought out the new world standard 35mm SLR camera and it is truly great. It has the sturdy feel of the F5 - you get the feeling of a camera body you could drop in a mud puddle and run over with your car and it would still work fine after you cleaned it up. It isn't a lot bigger than the F100 and is very handy - I love the feel of it. But it's metering system is simply the best. It may be possible to fool it - the snow scenes this winter will be the acid test - but it hasn't happened to me yet. It is very hard to find anything to criticize but I wish the batteries were easier to find and lasted longer but I am resisting buying the accessory battery pack for reasons of lightness and handiness (but I may cave eventually). The autofocus is swift and sure, as you would expect. The data back is a great feature too. I will never part with this camera. It truly takes grat pictures when I do my part and it just gets out of the way and lets me do it. This is a camera and system you will not outgrow. ... Read more


94. Nikon 16-48x60 Spotter XL II Compact Spotting Scope

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Asin: B0001HKUYI
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon Sport Optics
Sales Rank: 10265
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Features

  • Waterproof, fogproof, and shockproof performance
  • Zoom spotting scope ideal for viewing long distances
  • Lightweight and compact
  • Magnification: 16x to 48x
  • Objective lens: 60mm

95. NIKON TC201 Teleconverter for Nikon SLR Lens

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Asin: B00006I5JY
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 13454
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Features

  • When mounted between the camera and the lens, this adapter increases the focal length by 2.0 times
  • This teleconverter is designed to provide superb performance when used with Nikon AF or AIS mount lenses of 200mm or less

96. Nikon Medallion 8x21 Binocular

our price: $54.14
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Asin: B00006AG7C
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon Sport Optics
Sales Rank: 2966
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

With a compact design and an attractive brushed-titanium finish, the Nikon Medallion are a great companion for all your adventures, from hunting expeditions and bird watching to sporting events and concerts. The BaK4 high-index prisms and precision ground-and-polished multicoated lenses deliver superior color rendition and maximize light transmission. Its ergonomic, polycarbonate body fits the contour of the hand and allows long viewing sessions without user fatigue. The Medallion binocular weighs 8.5 ounces and measures 3.7 by 7.6 by 1.75 inches.

More features:

  • Central focusing permits fast, easy, and precise focusing at all distances
  • Diopter control allows easy compensation for common left eye-right eye vision imbalance
  • Internal blackening minimizes reflective light loss
  • Rubber eyecups can be folded back for use with eyeglasses
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Features

  • Compact ergonomic body style.
  • Diopter control for strain-free viewing.
  • Features titanium - look finish.
  • BaK4 high index prisms.
  • Multicoated optics.

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Binocular for a Baseball Game
This is one of the best binocular out there for its price. Highly recommended.

5-0 out of 5 stars Tough and robust,
these binoculars from Nikon are excellent, providing a great depth of vision and magnification. There's no colour leaching, or bleed, and the rubber diaphragm cap is securely fitted to avoid any over exposure. The bracket and adjusting screw retract smoothly into the lens housing, and the faux-leather carrying case loops nicely over either shoulder. The strap is particularly hard-wearing and does not bite into the flesh, providing a thick sweatshirt is worn. A fetching electric blue colour, the lenses are clean and speck free, granulated glass providing a rich, diverse prism and optical effect. An excellent all round binocular for taking to the races, the opera, or to the football match. Probably best suited to bird-watching, though. All in all, excellent. ... Read more


97. Nikon Sportstar 10x25 DCF Water Resistant Binoculars

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Asin: B0000C7AHN
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon Sport Optics
Sales Rank: 1455
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Features

  • Water-resistant design
  • Anti-reflective coating on lens
  • Silver finish
  • Magnification: 8x
  • Objective lens: 25mm

98. NIKON N75 QD 35MM Autofocus SLR Kit

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Asin: B00009MKC7
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 6707
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Features

  • Pick a mode to suit your style -Auto-Multi Program, Shutter-Priority Auto, Aperture-Priority Auto, or Manual
  • Auto mode eliminates guesswork, with 5 Vari-Program modes tailored to specific scenes & subjects
  • Includes Time / Date Stamp technology & Nikon 28-80MM 3 - 5.6 G Lens
  • 25-segment 3D Matrix Metering System uses an onboard database of 30K+ stored images to ensure proper exposure
  • 3-Mode Dynamic AF toggle offers Closest-Subject Priority, User-Selected Area, and Center-Subject Priority

99. Nikon Action 10x50 Binocular

our price: $99.99
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Asin: B0001A3N58
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon Sport Optics
Sales Rank: 1107
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Features

  • Multicoated aspherical lens for clear viewing
  • BaK4 high-index prisms
  • Ample exit pupils for superior light gathering
  • Magnification: 10x
  • Objective lens: 50mm

100. NIKON N80 QD 35mm SLR Camera Body -Requires Lens-

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Asin: B00006I5JV
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 7711
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • The N80-QD is a sophisticated SLR camera body that's designed for excellent performance with flexibility to meet virtually all of your photographic needs. Integfrated Quartz Data Back offers choice of imprinting time or day picture was taken
  • 10-segment 3D, Center and Spot metering for auto and manual exposure modes
  • Nikon advanced focusing in auto and manual modes
  • Uses all Nikon F Lenses (AF Series for autofocus capabilities) - Lens is not included
  • Comprehensive viewfinder information

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars The best you can buy in its class
I have used different cameras, from manual Russian cameras, to state of the art point-and-shoot. I have even fiddled with digital cameras, and considered switching to digital. Well, I decided to stick to film for now, so I bought the Nikon N-80 (known in Europe as Nikon F-80, same camera with minimal software differences).
This is a very good camera, which adapts to every kind of user.

Occasional users: You can set it to automatic mode, in which case you have a very expensive point-and-shoot camera (even though I don't know why would one buy this camera to use in auto mode only). For people with little experience the camera's many controls might be intimidating, and the included manual provides help only for people that know quite a bit about cameras. Also, the flash has to be popped opened manually in order to work, which many people would forget (like I do sometimes). Perhaps, for ocassional users, it would be better to stick to a point-and-shot camera designed for point-and-shot.

Advanced amateur photographers and hobbyists will get the most out of it. Think of a professional camera similar to F-100, without the proffessional price tag. They will have all the customizations offered. I love the simplicity of exposure controls. You can switch by turning a thumb-wheel between pairs of speed-diaphragm while keeping an optimum exposure (in auto mode). In addition, a good option is continuous or single shot metering mode, which comes handy in action situations. For situations when timing is important, the controls are so well placed that once you get used to them, you can change all the settings without even taking the camera from your eyes.
If you are a professional, you already know about this camera and about the F-100 line, which might be better for you in some situations (even though in 90% of the cases this camera would be more than enough).
Things that might need improvement:
In dark places, the focus is somewhat slow (even if the "illuminator lamp" is used), and if your subject moves, you might have a problem focusing fast enough in auto mode. I lost some pictures in the beginning, until I learned to circumvent this issue by switching to continuous focus, or even to manual focus. I think that any other camera in this class would have the same troubles in similar situations.
All things considered, I love this camera and I wish I had more time (and money) to play with it. ... Read more


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