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121. NIKON F100 35mm SLR Camera Body
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122. Nikon Mountaineer II 8x25 ATB
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123. Nikon Medallion 8x21 S Binoculars
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124. NIKON 85mm F/1.8 D-Series Telephoto
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125. Nikon Premier 8x32 LX Binoculars
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126. Nikon Action 12x50 Binocular
127. Nikon Coolpix 2000 2MP Digital
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128. Nikon Action 7x50 EX Extreme ATB
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129. NIKON N75QD 35MM Autofocus SLR
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130. Nikon 10x25 Sportstar III Binoculars
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131. NIKON 52mm Skylight Filter
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132. Nikon Binocular Tripod Adapter
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133. AF-S VR Zoom-Nikkor 24-120mm f/3.5-5.6G
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134. NIKON Capture v. 3.0 Software
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135. Nikon Monarch Laser 800 Rangefinder
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136. NIKON 35-70mm F/2.8
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137. Nikon L37C/52 52mm UV Haze Filter
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138. Nikon Action 7x50 Binocular
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139. NIKON #1998 18 - 35mm Lens for
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140. NIKON 85mm F/1.4 D-Series Telephoto

121. NIKON F100 35mm SLR Camera Body

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Asin: B00005K4BJ
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 3041
Average Customer Review: 4.71 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • The F100 a 35mm SLR body geared to the professional and is situated beyond the N90 and behind the F5as the #2 top camera in the Nikon line
  • With its strong but lightweight Magnesium Alloy body, the F100 meets the needs of certain professionals seeking compact size along with high-performance flexibility
  • Built-in motor drive shoots at up 4.5 frames per second
  • 10-Segment 3D Matrix Meter plus Center-Weight and 5-Area modes
  • 5 Area Autofocus system with Dynamic Autofocus

Reviews (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars Simply excellent
My experience with this camera has been so totally positive that I can find no way to write a "balanced sounding" review with all sorts of "tut-tutting" about the lack of mirror lock-up or the plastic back. I'm in love and the pictures are great. This camera gets used more than my F5 due to my hard to define feel for it. A Rolls- Royce!

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best camera!!
This is a truly masterpiece!! I've had the Nikon FE, FE2, F-601, F90s and now I have the F100 and it's the top of the line!!
What can I say more.. The only bad thing is that the camera back is made of plastic, why not metal, Nikon??
Greetings to all Nikonians around the world!!
The Best picture is waiting to be taken of You!! With the F100!!

5-0 out of 5 stars World class film camera - mine goes with me everywhere
I still shoot a lot of film, being a bit of a purist and throwback - I like the satisfaction and anticipation of waiting for prints. I've used a lot of Nikon SLRs to include the FM, FM2, N2002, N5005, N8008s, and this is my current workhorse. It performs extremely well for everything I shoot from macro to 600mm zoom. I think this will be the last film camera Nikon makes in this range and I've been looking hard at the fantastic new D2H and upcoming D70 with excitement, but I think I will always have a film camera.

I have one comment to make about the doofus who posted in an earlier review that the camera has a critical mirror defect in that the mirror does not lock up and the camera may break accordingly. Hogwash. I've traveled with mine all over the world and it hasn't even flinched in the travel and varying conditions. I packed it in a Pelican case with all of my lenses and didn't have a single problem. I've dropped it once and it didn't even dent.

Great SLR - the best I've ever used.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent camera
I've had my F100 for just over a year and continue to be impressed by the handling and abilities of this camera. Very good build quality, good features, and good layout of controls. I debated between the F100 or a Canon EOS 3 for quite a while. For me the F100 viewfinder was easier to see through and the controls are much more intuitive. Both are good cameras, but for me the F100 was better. While not all my pictures are gems (due to my own limitations as a photographer), this camera has never delivered less than expected.

I did try a friend's F5 for a few days, which is an amazing camera. But given the few additional features it has, and the weight difference, I'd would still choose the F100 over the F5. It does 95% of what the F5 does in a much better handling and lighter package.

Finally, regarding the review below that talks about the lack of mirror lock-up (MLU) causing the mirror to break when traveling - what a load of trash... MLU has nothing to do with traveling with your camera. It's used exclusively to reduce camera vibration by flipping the up mirror early, typically for shots taken with long exposure times on a tripod. The reference he made to other information on the web regarding the lack of MLU in the F100 all have to do with vibration, not any travel concerns. The fact is that some camera vibration can be intoducted in the exposure range of .3 secs to .75 secs. MLU would help to alleviate this, and since the F100 doesn't have MLU some people have said that vibration may impact pictures with exposure times in this range. Any more or less exposure time than this and vibration isn't a problem.

I've taken many insect pictures using a tripod and macro lens in this range, and have not noticed any lack of sharpness. And if there were a problem, it's easy to change settings to get a longer or shorter exposure time. If you are strapping a camera to a microscope and MUST take pictures with exposures between 0.3-0.75 secs, get a camera with MLU. For the other 99.9999% of all pictures taken, it's not a problem. Mirror lock-up goes almost completely unused on cameras that have it - it simply isn't needed. Bottom line: lack of MLU on the F100 is a non issue.

Finally, I travel a lot for work and have taken my F100 all over the world in all kinds of conditions with no problems. This is a well built, reliable camera.

3-0 out of 5 stars May be a great product, but with a serious defect
I had a N8008s, and it was awesome. I lost it last year, and replaced with what I thought a better camera, F100.
I used once at home, and brought it with me on a trip 9 months after I bought it. By the time I opened the bag, (by the way, the CF-57 case I bought for F100 was like an old pair of pants for a 150-lbs person who had just lost 300 lbs - it did not fit and the button and zip were difficult to use) the mirror gad been jamed.
Because F100 does not have a mirror lck-up, any shock could easily dislodge the mirror and render the camera useless. I checked the Web, and there are many similar complaints. I contact Nikon, and it charged me $241 for a major repair, meaning that they have to take the camera apart and reassemble it. I even don't know when and where I "damaged" the camera. It is like carrying an egg with you. Anyway, it is in the shop.
I guess I will store it on the shelf and tell all my friends how bad this product is. If you don't mind spending money on fixing it, and if you have other similar cameras, then you may try F100, which have some good features when it works. ... Read more


122. Nikon Mountaineer II 8x25 ATB Binocular

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Asin: B00006JK64
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon Sport Optics
Sales Rank: 7616
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Features

  • Multicoated optics for bright, clear images
  • Rubber exterior armor is quiet, provides sure grip
  • Compact Porro prism design provides bright, clear images; ideal for long trips afield
  • Waterproof, fogproof, and shockproof
  • BaK4 high-index prisms

123. Nikon Medallion 8x21 S Binoculars (Clampack)

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Asin: B00006HOFT
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon Sport Optics
Sales Rank: 3162
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

With a compact design and attractive brushed-titanium finish, the Nikon Medallion binocular is 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
  • 8x magnification, 21mm objectives, 330-foot field of view
  • Diopter control for strain-free viewing
  • 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


124. NIKON 85mm F/1.8 D-Series Telephoto

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Asin: B00005LE75
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 3467
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Features

  • A moderate telephoto lens, primarily designed for convenient portrait imaging
  • 85mm focal length
  • F/1.8
  • D-Series for Nikon SLR cameras

125. Nikon Premier 8x32 LX Binoculars

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Asin: B0002VAHZU
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon Sport Optics
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126. Nikon Action 12x50 Binocular

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Asin: B0001AOG9U
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon Sport Optics
Sales Rank: 983
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Features

  • Multicoated aspherical lens for clear viewing
  • BaK4 high-index prisms
  • Ample exit pupils for superior light gathering
  • Magnification: 12x
  • Objective lens: 50mm

127. Nikon Coolpix 2000 2MP Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom

Asin: B00006N21O
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 2829
Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

The Nikon Coolpix 2000 is a bold step for Nikon, because it further broadens Sony's digital range as the manufacturer moves from top-end SLR cameras and prosumer models into the popular point-and-shoot arena dominated by Kodak and Fuji.

The Coolpix 2000 shares many of the design cues with the recent 2500 with a silver finish and metallic blue accent around the lens and the absence of a normal optical rangefinder. Instead, as with the 2500, Nikon has chosen to ensure that the LCD viewer on the rear of the camera is of sufficient quality to be used in all conditions, including bright sunlight. It has also ensured that the camera will run comfortably on four AA alkaline batteries. Unlike the 2500, the Coolpix 2000's lens does not rotate into the body of the camera--it does, however, have an automatic lens cover.

The Coolpix 2000 is not the smallest 2-megapixel camera we’ve seen. However, it has a nicely rounded body and will fit comfortably in the pocket. Controls are straightforward and comprise shutter release, power slide, mode dial, zoom controls, menu navigation, and buttons for self timer, macro, and flash. The modes include party/indoor, backlight, portrait, night portrait, and beach/snow. We found that when chosen carefully, these modes would significantly improve the quality of the final image compared with the Auto setting.

The Coolpix 2000 scores highly in two areas--image quality and value for money. It takes excellent pictures in most conditions. The colors are accurate and the images crisp. This must be due to the quality of the Nikkor lens and the in-camera processing.

The Coolpix 2000 offers a lot of bang for the buck, providing many of the features found on Nikon's high-end range. For instance, despite the Coolpix 2000's many automated features, you can still adjust exposure and metering as well as manually set white balance and in-camera sharpening. Nikon has also included its Best Shot Selector, which takes a series of images while the shutter is depressed and then saves the sharpest to the flash card--this can produce better images more reliably without using up your memory.

The Coolpix 2000 is supplied with a quick start guide, a comprehensive paper manual, strap, 16 MB CompactFlash card, four AA alkaline batteries, AV cable, USB cable, software CD, and reference CD. The basic image transfer software supplied is the excellent and straightforward Nikon View 5. This provides an interface to the camera to upload images, and then organize and view them. --Nick Baxter

Pros:

  • Excellent and affordable point-and-shoot digital camera
  • Very automated, but also offers many manual controls
  • Nikkor lens produces crisp images and accurate colors
  • LCD performs well, even in sunlight

Cons:

  • Doesn't have the cool twisting effect of the Coolpix 2500
  • Included 16 MB memory is a good start, but you'll need a higher capacity card
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Features

  • 2.0 megapixel sensor creates 1,600 x 1,200 images for prints at sizes up to 8 x 10 inches
  • 3x optical zoom and 2.5x digital zoom for 7x total
  • Included 16 MB CompactFlash card holds 12 images at default settings
  • Connects with PCs and Macs via USB port
  • Uses 4 AA-type batteries (alkaline batteries included)

Reviews (27)

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent camera but two minor drawbacks
This is my first digital camera but I had the chance to compare this against other cams owned by friends & family. I've been using it for a little more than a month now, here are my "results" ;)

Positive notes go to...

Picture quality:
Great. Details are crisp & colors are natural.
Ok pictures are a little overexposed when the flash goes on in a mildly lit environment, but I had this problem with my old-fashioned "analog" camera as well and advanced photographers can use the exposure settings to minimize this.

Features:
Great. This camera has every feature I need. It has a wide variety of settings & option, you can record "animations" (no sound), etc... In addition the user interface is clear & user-friendly.

Design:
Looks ok, handles great. A little bulky but not oversized.

Negative aspects...

Battery:
Battery life is low. This is the main drawback: as you can't switch the TFT view off (no optical viewfinder), batteries die rather quickly. They don't last more than 1-2 days under moderate use. Maybe using rechargeable lithium batteries might help, but I haven't tried it yet. So if you use this while traveling, be sure to bring in 2 sets of 4 rechargeable batteries with you. You'll probably have to change batteries every day. Because of this, you'll have to carry spare batteries everywhere you go... Grrrr...

Software included:
Nikon's software was really lame. My brother's Sony has much better software. I uninstalled everything and now I'm only using XP's built in features.

Overall...

This is a great camera if you don't mind the battery life that might fall a little short. But my brother's Sony doesn't last much longer either. This is maybe a common problem among all digital cameras. But it's worse here because you don't have the alternative to use an optical viewfinder...

Still if you don't want to spend much and if excellent quality pictures are more important than long battery life, give it a try!

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy to use, lots of great features
This is the first digital camera I have ever bought and it was totally worth it. Ive only had it for 3 days. Even without the rebate the price was reasonable. It would be great for a beginning photographer and for the experienced. The photos come out very crisp and colorful, its easy to use, has lots of great features (including the different light settings and macro mode...Im obsessed with it), the menus are easy to use...even without browsing through the manual before hand. Ive read other reviews complaining about the memory card being a little difficult to remove...nonsense. Theres no viewfinder but the LCD screen is great...very clear and sharp. One warning though...battery life. If you buy this camera, BUY one set of NiMH rechargables and a charger. I went through one set of 4 AA's in one day because I had no idea how fast the camera would drain them. If youre like me and cant afford to buy the batteries & charger yet, another item I would defintely recommend is the EH-53 AC power adapter...its excellent for uploading the pictures and not having to use batteries. It seems like a lot of extras youve got to buy but its completely worth it.I installed all of the software on Windows 98 with no problems at all. If you want to edit your photos I suggest downloading Paintshop Pro or some other image editing program. Overall, this camera is excellent and Im sure it will be even better once I get a little more practice with it.

3-0 out of 5 stars Alta Calidad de fotos con mucha Luz
Esta camara es muy buena para amateurs - la calidad de las fotos es alta de día o en ambientes cerrados con buena iluminación - el problema es cuando tomas fotos de noche o en lugares con poco iluminación, la foto no tiene buena resolución y por ende poca nitidez. El otro drawback es el doble flash - cuando predeterminas para que la camara utilice el doble flash, estas salen movidas y no hay manera de corregir este problema.
Pero en general es una buena camara y por el precio es muy recomendable.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Camera
I was pleasantly surprised with the Coolpix 2000. It has all I want and more. It's easy to figure out and I was snapping pictures away in no time. As others have stated, the camera does have a low battery life but that was fully expected from me. Rechargable batteries take care of that problem rather easily.
I've had the camera for a couple of weeks now and have no complaints. One possible problem that might come up is the bright sunshine may inhibit viewing the viewfinder. So far no problems but the weather has been rather cloudy.

3-0 out of 5 stars FAIR FOR THE PRICE
Esta camara es muy buena cuando tomas fotos outside o en lugares bien iluminados, el problema es cuando la utilizas en lugares poco iluminados o en la oscuridad de la noche - el flash normal no te ayuda - por q las fotos salen oscuras - y si utilizas el doble flash osea el nigth mode, las fotos salen con bastante luz, pero movidas. Yo he tratado de obtener fotos de buena calidad en el night mode, pero sin resultados positivos. ... Read more


128. Nikon Action 7x50 EX Extreme ATB Binocular

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Asin: B0001EFIGQ
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon Sport Optics
Sales Rank: 2443
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Features

  • Waterproof, fogproof, and shockproof performance
  • All-metal chassis in lightweight polycarbonate shell
  • Rubber-coated body for firm, non-slip grip
  • Magnification: 7x
  • Objective lens: 50mm

129. NIKON N75QD 35MM Autofocus SLR Camera ? Body Only ( Silver / Black )

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Asin: B0000918VQ
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 3343
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Features

  • Quartz Dating - Will imprint the back of each picture with the time & date when developed
  • Multi-CAM 900 Sensor - 5 focus detection areas offer broad horizontal & vertical coverage
  • 3 AF Modes -Dynamic AF - Center Subject Priority Dynamic AF - Closest Subject Priority Dynamic AF
  • Auto Servo AF locks on the subject, whether stationary or in motion, with unique overlap servo method & NIKON Lock-On technology
  • 25-segment 3D Matrix Matering employs sophisticated algorithms & a database of more than 30K scenes of actual shooting data

130. Nikon 10x25 Sportstar III Binoculars (Clamshell)

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Asin: B0000A5763
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon Sport Optics
Sales Rank: 8648
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Features

  • Ultra wide field of view
  • Water resistant construction
  • Turn and slide eyecups retract for eyeglass wearers' comfort
  • Bright, multi-coated optics
  • Close focusing to just 11.4 feet

131. NIKON 52mm Skylight Filter

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Asin: B00007L9ZG
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 9087
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132. Nikon Binocular Tripod Adapter (Action and Marine Series)

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Asin: B00006LS6D
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon Sport Optics
Sales Rank: 5036
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Features

  • Adapts select Nikon binoculars to any standard tripod
  • Compatible with Nikon E2, Superior E, Astronomy Series and Zoom XL binoculars

133. AF-S VR Zoom-Nikkor 24-120mm f/3.5-5.6G ED-IF

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Asin: B00005LEOB
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 7352
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Features

  • G Type DX Nikkor is intended exclusively for NIKON SLRs where aperture is controlled from body
  • 24-120mm Focal Length
  • Maximum Aperture -f/3.5 - 5.6
  • Minimum F Stop -f/22 - 36
  • Silent Wave Motor enables ultra high speed, accurate and super quiet autofocus operation

134. NIKON Capture v. 3.0 Software for Nikon Digital Cameras ( Windows / Mac )

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Asin: B00009PLGV
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 6839
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Features

  • Image adjustments provided - Brightness, Contrast and Color balance, White Balance control, Tone compensation, Color mode, Sharpening, and more
  • Batch processing automatically converts images at transfer
  • Nikon's original NEF file allows you to make as many adjustments as you like without affecting the original image
  • Direct printing of single images possible
  • Lets you transfer and store large amounts of image data, including RAW data, on your computer ? no media cards needed

135. Nikon Monarch Laser 800 Rangefinder (Black)
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Asin: B0002INMSC
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon Sport Optics
Sales Rank: 1324
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Product Description

Featuring Nikon's revolutionary Tru-Target (TT) Ranging System, and original digital processor, the Monarch Laser800 allows you to prioritize smaller and harder to range target at the push of a button. In the First Target Priority mode, confidently range objects as small as fence posts or get an instant reading on that lone buck in the meadow. The Distant Target Priority mode displays range to the farthest target among multiple results by a single measurement, ideal for accurate ranging in typical hunting situations where game animals may be partially obscured by grass or brush. With pinpoint, 1/2-yard precision at 400 yards and consistent ranging capability up to 800 yards, backlit LCD display, 6-power multicoated optics (with an eyeglass-friendly 18mm of eye relief), the Monarch Laser 800 is guaranteed waterproof and fogproof. Battery included. Tripod adaptable. Finish: Monarch BlackFocusing System: Diopter +/- 4Magnification: 6xObjective Diameter: 21mmAngular Field of View (Real): 6 RealAngular Field of View (Apparent): 36Field of View: 315ft @ 1000ydsClose Ranging Distance: 11ydsExit Pupil: 3.5mmRelative Brightness: 12.3Eye Relief: 18mmLength: 5" (126mm)Width: 2.8" (72mm)Weight without Batteries: 7.4oz (210grams) ... Read more

Features

  • Tru-Target technology with first target and distant target priority modes
  • Super fast and accurate measurement regardless of the temperature
  • Fully waterproof and fogproof with multicoated optics
  • Ranges distances from 11 to 800 yards
  • Long eye relief with folding rubber eyecup

136. NIKON 35-70mm F/2.8

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Asin: B00005LEOD
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 7101
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Features

  • 35-70mm
  • F/2.8
  • D-Series
  • Auto focus
  • Uses 62mm filter

137. Nikon L37C/52 52mm UV Haze Filter

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Asin: B00005LE7C
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 2318
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Features

  • 52mm UV haze filter

138. Nikon Action 7x50 Binocular

our price: $89.99
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Asin: B0001HKILS
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon Sport Optics
Sales Rank: 3223
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Features

  • Multicoated aspherical lens for clear viewing
  • BaK4 high-index prisms
  • Ample exit pupils for superior light gathering
  • Magnification: 7x
  • Objective lens: 50mm

139. NIKON #1998 18 - 35mm Lens for a Nikon SLR Camera

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Asin: B00005LE7A
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 4092
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140. NIKON 85mm F/1.4 D-Series Telephoto

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Asin: B00005LE76
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 9874
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Features

  • 85mm focal length is considered the optimal choice for portrait work using a 35mm SLR camera
  • F/1.4
  • D-Series for Nikon mount cameras

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