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141. Nikon Premier LX L 10 x 32 Binocular
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142. Nikon Sportstar 10x25 Binocular
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143. Nikon Premier LX L 10 x 42 Binocular
144. Nikon Coolpix 775 2MP Digital
$469.99
145. Nikon 35mm Roll Adapter Accessory
$249.00
146. Nikon FM10 Camera Kit with 35-70mm
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147. Nikon Action 10-22X50 Dual Action
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148. Nikon Binocular Tripod Adapter
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149. Nikon 16x32 StabilEyes Image Stabilized
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150. Nikon Sportstar 8x25 Binocular
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151. Nikon Sporter I 8x36 Binocular
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152. Nikon Binoc-U-Mount Universal
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153. Nikon Sports & Marine 7x50
154. NIKON 50mm Lens
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155. Nikon 7X15 HG Titanium Monocular
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156. Nikon Tundra 10x50 Waterproof
157. Nikon Coolpix 950 2MP Digital
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158. NIKON 28-80mm/f3.5-5.6 G-series
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159. Nikon Marine Grade Floating Neckstrap
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160. Nikon Lite Touch 150 Zoom ED/QD

141. Nikon Premier LX L 10 x 32 Binocular with Wide Angle View
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Asin: B0002VAI04
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon Sport Optics
Sales Rank: 10809
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Product Description

The Premier LX 32mm features a state-of-the-art optical system, incorporating a patented eyepiece lens design for superior sharpness, clarity, and complete flatness of viewing field. Nikon's specially formulated Eco-Glass, made without the use of arsenic or lead, is used for all lenses and prisms. Fully multicoated 32mm objective lenses provide generous exit pupils for maximum brightness in any light condition. Nikon's phase-correction coatings, along with high reflection silver prism coatings, allow superior color contrast and clear, round images free of vignetting.The Premier LX features a new vinyl chloride-free rubber armor, which offers an improved tactile gripping surface.Nikon Premier LX 32mm binoculars offer extra-long eye relief to accommodate most eyewear, while user-friendly Click-stop, turn & slide, soft touch silicon rubber eye cups enable viewers with or without glasses to easily share the same binocular.The Premier LX series features a precise, conveniently located central focus control positioned for fast, easy focusing. A ly designed locking diopter maintains left/right vision balance. The large field of view of these binoclars help users scan large areas rapidly and thoroughly and make locating subjects easy at most distances.>Because many binocular users are afield in poor weather. Nikon O-ring sealed and dry nitrogen filled the Premier LX to provide completely waterproof, fogproof and shockproof performance. Tough ... Read more

Features

  • 100 percent waterproof and fogproof
  • 10x magnification with a 340-foot field of view at 1000 yards
  • 32mm objective lens diameter
  • Weighs 24.5 ounces
  • Metal body with rubber armor

142. Nikon Sportstar 10x25 Binocular (Silver)

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Asin: B0001HKVNI
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon Sport Optics
Sales Rank: 2927
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Features

  • Water-resistant design
  • Anti-reflective coating on lens
  • Silver finish
  • Magnification: 10x
  • Objective lens: 25mm

143. Nikon Premier LX L 10 x 42 Binocular with Wide Angle View
list price: $1,540.95
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Asin: B0002VAHZA
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon Sport Optics
Sales Rank: 12507
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Features

  • 100 percent waterproof and fogproof
  • 10x magnification with a 314-foot field of view at 1000 yards
  • 42mm objective lens diameter
  • Weighs 27.8 ounces
  • Metal body with rubber armor

144. Nikon Coolpix 775 2MP Digital Camera with 3x Optical Zoom

Asin: B00005MAAR
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 2224
Average Customer Review: 3.81 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Weighing a mere 6.5 ounces (not including battery or memory card), the Nikon Coolpix 775 is one of the lightest 3x zoom digital cameras available. The ultracompact Coolpix 775 has a 2.14-megapixel CCD for prints up to 8-by-10 inches, a 3x optical zoom lens (plus an additional 2.5x digital zoom), and advanced image processing features to ensure clear, vivid images under almost any lighting conditions. Comparable in design to the popular Coolpix 880, the 775 also shares similar features, such as selectable scene modes for specific shooting situations. The seven scene modes included are backlight, landscape, beach/snow, sunset, portrait, party/indoor, and night portraits. In addition, the 775 has a built-in flash with five modes, a 1.5-inch LCD monitor, 256-element matrix metering, and USB interface.

The Coolpix 775 also features a comfortable side grip for easy shooting and comfortable access to all of the camera's controls. To provide added shooting flexibility, the 775 offers a versatile zoom range which lets users get close to the action when objects are far away or zoom out wide when taking group photos or shooting in close proximity. At the heart of the camera's zoom capabilities is Nikon's exclusive all-glass 3x optical Zoom-Nikkor lens, featuring a zoom range of 38-115mm (35mm equivalent).

You can upload your photographs from the Coolpix 775 with just the click of a button. And after that, e-mailing, printing, or sharing on the Internet follow with easy-to-use software designed for the busy person who wants to enjoy hassle-free digital photography. With that in mind, the 775 also comes with a rechargeable lithium-ion battery and battery charger and an 8 MB CompactFlash card so that you are ready to shoot pictures right away. ... Read more

Features

  • 2-megapixel sensor creates 1,600 x 1,200 images for sharp prints at sizes up to 8 x 10 inches
  • 3x optical plus 2.5x digital (7.5x total) zoom lens with autofocus
  • Included 8 MB CompactFlash card holds 10 images at default resolution
  • Connects with Macs and PCs via USB port
  • Uses dedicated lithium-ion rechargeable battery pack (included)

Reviews (114)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great compact point and shoot digicam!
The Coolpix 775 is geared toward the casual photographer that is looking for convenience and compactness in a digital camera. The camera is light and tiny but still very comfortable to hold with the built in grip on the side of the camera (unlike Canon's Elph cameras). The 3x zoom range on the lens is unheard of in a camera this small!

What sets the camera apart is Nikon's exposure metering system and the scene modes. It uses Nikon's renowned sophisticated metering system to get the perfect exposure for nearly every shot. In addition, it has seven scene modes for common situations where the metering may be fooled (backlight, landscape, beach/snow, sunset, portrait, party/indoor, and night portraits). This is great for the novice that doesn't want to mess around with complicated manual exposure adjustments.

The 2-megapixel CCD is plenty for getting great 8x10 prints. You'll want to purchase a larger compactflash card because the included 8 MB card will definitely be too small to take more than 15 photos at the highest quality and resolution.

It comes with a rechargeable lithium-ion battery and battery charger which many other digital cameras in this price range leave out.

Compared to the Canon cameras I have used, the colors are much more natural, especially for skin tones. The Nikons seem to go for the more natural colors as opposed to many cameras that go for more saturated and punchy colors

If you're looking for a camera with a ton of manual features (saturation control, aperture and shutter priority, full manual control, etc.) then you need to step up to the Coolpix 995, which costs twice as much.

I would definitely recommend the camera to the user that is looking for a great, easy-to-use, point and shoot digital camera that takes awesome photos for printing up to 8x10 photos or just digital photos to share.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent point and shoot camera
The quality of images are very good and the color reproduction is excellent (blues ARE blue). It is easy to use and have a good "get started" guide which literally have you taking your first picture in 30 seconds. The manual, however, is messy, confusing and poorly written (should be better).

The grip is very comfortable and it's light weight makes it easy to handle (you don't get tired). It just fit very nicely in your hand. Very good job by Nikon here..

The quality of the pictures for 2 m.pixel cameras is excellent and when printed in 4x6 and 5x7 size prints it looks like real fotos. My 8x10 are acceptable, but if you usually print this size I recommend buying a 3 or 4 mega pixel camera.

The 3xZoom is good, the macro feature fantastic (you can get REALLY close), but I have a small problem with the lcd monitor. It is very dark and does not accurately show what your picture will look like untill it has been taken (colors and light). At least the refresh rate is fast.

The auto setting produces very good results. There are 7 "program" modes which can be used, but in most of the cases "auto" get the best results. Excellent control of white balance in auto mode. It really covers all possible scenarios.

The movie mode is ok, but I dont recommend selecting a camera based on it's ability to play movies.

I simply love the 'play back' functions. You can make a still picture slide show in the build in lcd monitor, or through a supplied cable get the output on TV (pal or ntsc as you like). It is fantastic to see your pictures in 36" size .. what an impact. The TV out feature is really good and usefull.

I recommend you buy an extra battery as the lithium-ion battery supplied last about 1-2 hours of shooting depending on use.
Unfortunatly you can not use the battery charger as an AC adapter so unless you buy one at an additional expense you will be using battery when transferring files to your computer. In emergency cases a disposable lithium ion 2crv5 battery (from the supermarket) can be used.

Conclusion: the main objective we had when buying this camera was to capture pictures which looked "right" (color,light etc) and which would allow us to print in 4x6 size with occational 5x7 and 8x10 prints without it screems DIGITAL.. the camera more than satisfied our expectations.

Note: we have not used the enclosed software, but bought a compactFlash reader (to save battery) and it works wonderfully.

4-0 out of 5 stars Nikon's Answer to Canon's Digital Elph.
I got into digital cameras through the Coolpix 990 (and recently upgraded to the 995). I love the power and flexibility of those top-of-the-line Coolpix cameras, but they weren't portable enough to make the cut for parties, light travel, and similar situations. From the start, I was evaluating this as a second camera: I have the 3-megapixel 995 for high-quality "composed" shots, and wanted a less expensive, "fun" camera for casual, everyday use. I was about to buy the Canon S110, but decided to wait for Nikon's 775 release, and I'm glad I did.

As a 995 user, I can use the same batteries and NikonView software with both cameras (unfortunately, the USB cable is slightly different to prevent people from trying the MC-EU1 remote cord on the 775). This fall, Nikon is even releasing the UR-E3 converter that will allow use of the 950/990/995's Wide-Angle and 2x Tele lenses!

Compatability aside, the 775 is a winner in it's own right. I really appreciate the 3x optical zoom (vs. 2x in the Canon S110), and the scene modes allow even greater refining of the quite-capable "auto" setting. You can get creative without delving into the world of manual settings -- great for first-time users, yet still offering something new and useful to the experienced digital photographer. As you would expect, Nikon delivers on its reputation for high-quality optics and great pictures, even from its 2-megapixels. The "macro" close-ups are unbelievable (the Canon doesn't even come close). Think mini-950.

The only area where the Canon beats the 775 is size -- the Nikon is a good deal thicker front-to-back (I could put the Elph in a shirt pocket, but the 775 just won't fit). I figure it's a small price to pay for a 3x zoom. I would have given the 775 "Five Stars," but knocked one off for the construction. The casing is plastic and, despite its high quality, makes the camera feel like it's "cheap" (compared to the aluminum S110, although the 775 is much lighter). Even if it feels inexpensive, the proof is in the pictures. The performance has been flawless; we'll see if durability is an issue over time, but I've got no basis for concern.

For point-and-shoot convenience and portability, with the quality one would expect from Nikon, the 775 is a most worthy addition to the Coolpix line.

5-0 out of 5 stars 8,000 photos and help with system error
I bought the Coolpix 775 in 2001, and used it for over 8,000 photos. Minor issue are [1] latency between pushing the button and actually taking the picture [2] proprietary battery capacity [3] proprietary AC adapter.
A week ago, I dropped the camera from 4 feet high on a semi-hard [thin carpet on hardwood] floor. When I turned on the camera, the display showed 'sytem error'. I opened the case [2 silver screws on each LHS and RHS, 4 at the bottom -note that 2 screws holding the tripod plate are of different type- then gently pry open the front using my finger nail -a soft flat piece of plastic is OK-] to separate the two halves: the empty front part with only the switch left -and a small ribbob connector- and thye body with everything else. I then removed the lens assembly [4 black screws, the cylindrical gear on the upper RHS close to the viewer has to be slightly lifted out of the way] and noticed that the 2 identations in the base plate had 'jumped out' of the 2 grooves in the lens barrel assembly. After putting the identations back in place, the lens now goes in and out. Zoom does not activate yet - relative positions of gears ? will work on it-. The motor assembly can be disconnected [1 black screw] from the barrel assembly and tested separately. Important Notes [1] I am not responsible for anything that could go wrong: you open the case at your own risk. Safe move is to send the camera back to the dealer [2] opening a camera is not for the faint at heart: use magnifying glasses, good lighting, watch screwdrivers and a compartment box for different screws -I use an ice cube tray with 14 compartments-. Hope this help 'resurect your camera' :)

4-0 out of 5 stars Reliable
I bought this camera around Christmas 2001 and thought it was the greatest thing since sliced bread. Over the years, the camera has served me well. I originally bought a 64 mb card to go with it, and it was more than I ever needed, since I was pretty good about transferring the pictures onto my computer and clearing the card. The bundled software is pretty good. Allows you to drag the pictures and then drop them into any folder you like. Unfortunatly, my screen has recently broke. I made the mistake of packing it in my luggage that went through baggage handling. Even the toughest camera can't enure that abuse. It still takes pictures as well as it ever has, but I can't see how they turn out until I get home and hook it up. Isn't that the point of a digital camera? I think I may be in the market for a new one. I give it four stars because the screen broke, and costs way to much to fix. ... Read more


145. Nikon 35mm Roll Adapter Accessory for Super Coolscan 4000

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Asin: B000059Z4K
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 41197
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Amazon.com Product Description

Designed to process uncut rolls of 35mm film in the Nikon Coolscan 4000 film scanner, this accessory adds another layer of efficiency and processing ability to professional labs. The solidly built attachment connects easily to the scanner, which alone can process only cut film and slides. Other accessories, such as the Auto Slide Feeder are available, but they cannot be attached to the scanner simultaneously. ... Read more

Features

  • Accessory for Super Coolscan 5000 ED Scanner
  • For use with the Nikon Coolscan 4000
  • Easily scans uncut rolls of 35mm film
  • Scans from 2 to 40 frames at a time
  • A quality Nikon product

146. Nikon FM10 Camera Kit with 35-70mm Lens

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Asin: B00001QHP5
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 2304
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

The Nikon FM10 with 35-70 mm Nikkor Lens is a totally manual 35mm single-lens reflex (SLR) camera--great for those who want to learn the mechanics of photography from the ground up. Without fancy computerized features to confuse or override your personal artistic choices, the Nikon FM10 relies on the photographer to do most of the thinking, but it does offer a depth-of-field preview and a center-weighted light metering system. Focus and aperture are manual, and you can select film speeds down to 1/2000 second. You also have manual film wind and rewind, allowing you to create double exposures or rewind your film midroll.

The Nikon FM10 has a built-in hot shoe that is compatible with just about any Nikon Speedlight flash. Also included are a carrying case, a strap, batteries, and a manufacturer's one-year parts and labor warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Fully manual single-lens reflex camera
  • Includes 35 to 70mm Nikkor lens
  • Film speeds down to 1/2000 second
  • Manual wind-rewind with multiple exposures possible
  • Self-timer

Reviews (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars AWESOME!!!
This is the best camera ever, when compared to others the FM10 blew it away, the FM was much more durable and takes better pictures (my friend has one of the competitors) and now that she's seen mine, she is very jealous!The pictures are outstanding.Built to last and if you're a beginner to a pro I think you'll be pleased!I was just starting out as a photographer and now after 2 years I still can't put it down.If you're thinking about buying this camera, don't, just get it!!

4-0 out of 5 stars scary at first, but i loved it
i took a beginning b&w photo class in college a year ago and this was the camera they had in the lab to lend out to people who didnt own a slr of their own. at first i was scared on how to use the thing, it seems complicated but its really not. once you get the hang of it, i loved it. its all manual which is great for control purposes. now that ive got some cash, im gonna buy the nikon fm10 slr for myself to use.

5-0 out of 5 stars wonderful
this is an excellent phone. it is basic, but works extremely well.

5-0 out of 5 stars A return to basics- with Nikon quality
I've been using Nikons for over 20 years, starting with my first used and battered Ftn. Over that time I've a accumulated a dozen Nikkor lenses and numerous accessories, as well as an assortment of bodies.

One thingthat's been missing in recent years from the Nikon line is a reasonablypriced entry-level manual camera. The cheaper Nikons have tended to befully automated cameras, and the cheapest manual Nikon still being madewas, until recently, the FM2 at well over $500.

If you work the way I do,you need a manual cameraand don't have a lot of use for automation andautofocusing. If you own an old Nikon and some old Nikkor lenses, you maywant a simple manual camera body that can accomodate them. If you're astudent starting out, or an artist on a budget, you need a manualcamera.

If you fit into any of these categories, the FM10 is a greatchoice. It may not be as rugged as a $1200 F3 or a $2500 F5, but it's wellmade and should last many years. I'm not a fan of zoom lenses for my ownwork, but the included 35-70 is a good quality lens with a useful range,and you can add more lenses if you need them.

All in all, a good valueand a long-needed inexpensive entry into the Nikon system.

5-0 out of 5 stars Winder
One thing that the post here don't mention and I forgot is the fact that an auto wind ( Think the 11 as well as the 12 ) will work, Not that a new person would wish .. But used here are in the 85-125 rangejusta pointthis is a Nikon and not a .. .. . \ I have added 2 extra lenses to it.. waybetterthan a .. ... Read more


147. Nikon Action 10-22X50 Dual Action Zoom XL Binocular with Case

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Asin: B00005QZ6A
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon Sport Optics
Sales Rank: 1962
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Nikon Action series 10-22x50 Zoom XL binocular features quick and smooth central focusing. The precision-aligned, sharp, multicoated optics provide bright, clear images, and aspherical lenses help to eliminate distortion. This full-size binocular weighs 33.5 ounces and measures 7.6 inches long and 7.2 inches wide.

More features:

  • Field of view at 1,000 feet: 198 feet at 10x
  • Magnification: 10-22x
  • BaK4 high-index prisms
  • All-metal chassis and lens fittings housed in a polycarbonate body shell
  • Diopter control allows easy compensation for common left eye-right eye vision imbalance
  • Ergonomically shaped body that's rubber coated for easy grip
  • Tripod adaptable
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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
  • 10 to 22 x magnification

148. Nikon Binocular Tripod Adapter (E Series, Superior E, Astronomy Series & Zoom XL)

our price: $33.24
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Asin: B00006LS6H
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon Sport Optics
Sales Rank: 3609
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Product Description

For E, Superior E, Astronomy Series & Zoom XL ... Read more

Features

  • Remarkably well-balanced
  • Weighs only 0.42 pounds
  • Easily mount your Nikon E2, Superior E, Astronomy series, or Zoom XL binocular to a tripod
  • Use with any tripod head with a 1/4-inch-20 threaded screw
  • Compatible with any binocular with a central shaft up to 14 millimeters in diameter

149. Nikon 16x32 StabilEyes Image Stabilized Binocular

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Asin: B0001HKUNO
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon Sport Optics
Sales Rank: 6920
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Features

  • Waterproof and fogproof
  • Fully multi-coated lens
  • Servo system eliminates excess shake and vibration, uses 2 AA batteries (included)
  • Magnification: 16x
  • Objective lens: 32mm

150. Nikon Sportstar 8x25 Binocular (Black)

our price: $69.99
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Asin: B0001HKUZ2
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon Sport Optics
Sales Rank: 966
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Features

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

151. Nikon Sporter I 8x36 Binocular

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Asin: B00006JK68
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon Sport Optics
Sales Rank: 3827
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Features

  • Advanced, multicoated optics provide hours of comfortable viewing
  • Quick central focusing
  • Rubber armored body for sure grip
  • Slim roof prism design
  • Rugged water-resistant construction

152. Nikon Binoc-U-Mount Universal Tripod Adapter

our price: $33.19
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Asin: B00006LQAI
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon Sport Optics
Sales Rank: 1469
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Attach any binocular to a standard tripod
  • Velcro straps hold binocular in place
  • Perfect for binoculars that don't have a 1/4"-20 threaded tripod socket

Reviews (2)

1-0 out of 5 stars Be careful!
When I spotted this as an accessory to the Bushnell Binoculars I bought the picture is misleading so you think that the mount and the tripod come together as a package. That is not the case. Now I have to order a tripod. They could have done a better job at letting you know that for $50 you only get the mount and not the tripod (which by the way goes for $15-$23 - thats what led me to believe the mount and the tripod came together). Bad job Amazon.

3-0 out of 5 stars Not exactly universal!
I purchased this "universal" tripod adapter for a Brunton binocular that I've owned for many years. I needed something to take the load off my arms as I watch great blue herons for long periods of time...they're nesting at a nature preserve.
Unfortunately, I discovered that the loop portion of the velcro which was supposed to secure my favorite binos to the mount would not work because the binos only measure 5" across (to fit my face) and the sticky loop part was positioned out on the outer ends of the straps! So I actually removed the velcro loop parts on both straps, repositioned them closer to the mount part of the adapter, and resewed it on a sewing machine using a heavy duty needle. This keeps my binos very secure. Apparently wider binoculars would not experience this problem. Works great now! ... Read more


153. Nikon Sports & Marine 7x50 Waterproof Binocular with Compass

our price: $334.99
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Asin: B00006JK6H
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon Sport Optics
Sales Rank: 10186
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Features

  • 100% Waterproof/Fogproof
  • Long eye relief for eyeglass wearers
  • BaK4 high index prisms
  • Rubber-armored, shockproof, heavy gauge
  • Deluxe, heavy-gauge neoprene floating strap included metal body construction

154. NIKON 50mm Lens

Asin: B00005LEN4
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 732
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • High-speed normal lens
  • Great for travel and for shooting full-length portraits in available light
  • Distortion-free images with superb resolution and color rendition
  • Provides high-contrast images even at maximum aperture

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars For amatuers, as good as the faster F 1.4 at less cost
I have had this lens for a while now, bought to replace the Nikon F 1.4 lens after that lens was stolen while on vacation.
The lens is lighter than the F 1.4, presumeably because it contains less lens elements, and is slightly slower @ f 1.8. For the majority of photographers ( we amatuers and weekend warriors ), the lens is MORE than fast enough, and I have noticed no difference compared to my old F 1.4 in how sharp my slides are when using the same film ( Ektachrome 100 ).

Considering the lens is available for less than $ 100, compared to the F 1.4 ( which I have seen as high as $ 269 ), I believe it is a steal. Every aspiring photographer should have a 50 mm lens in their arsenal, and I believe for the money, you cannot go wrong with the Nikon F 1.8 ... Read more


155. Nikon 7X15 HG Titanium Monocular

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Asin: B00009R97P
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 11568
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Product Description

Multi-layered anti-reflective lens coatings for enhanced brightness in all lighting condition Just 2.8 tall perfect for pocket or purse Close focuses to 18 Long, 15.8mm eye relief allows use by eyeglass wearers ... Read more

Features

  • Multi-layered anti-reflective lens coatings for enhanced brightness in all lighting condition
  • Just 2.8" tall--perfect for pocket or purse
  • Close focuses to 30"
  • Long, 12mm eye relief allows use by eyeglass wearers

156. Nikon Tundra 10x50 Waterproof Binocular

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Asin: B00006JK6I
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon Sport Optics
Sales Rank: 3114
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Features

  • Ultra rugged, rubber-armored, Porro prism design
  • Multicoated lenses for bright, clear images
  • 100% Waterproof / Fogproof / Shockproof
  • Precision aligned optics for extended viewing
  • High magnification/large exit pupil for dawn-to-dusk viewing

157. Nikon Coolpix 950 2MP Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom

Asin: B00000JYWQ
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 3725
Average Customer Review: 4.26 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Nikon's impressive Coolpix 950 gives you both professional-level quality and the ease of fully automatic operation. At 1,600 x 1,200 pixels, this digital camera gives you top-of-the-line image resolution. A wide range of advanced options include high-speed continuous shooting of up to two frames per second and aperture- and shutter-priority exposure modes for creative control. You can even save images in uncompressed TIFF for the ultimate in color and picture quality. Includes an 8 MB removable CompactFlash memory card that stores up to 128 pictures. A high-resolution 2-inch LCD display gives you real-time image viewing. ... Read more

Features

  • 2.1 megapixel sensor captures enough detail to create photo-quality 8 x 10 prints
  • 3x optical plus 4x digital zoom lens with autofocus
  • Included 8 MB CompactFlash card holds 17 images at default resolution
  • Connects to Macs and PCs via serial port
  • 4 AA batteries included; an enthusiast's camera that allows manual control of virtually every function

Reviews (90)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great pix for a digital camera!
I have used 11 different digital camera's and the 950 is the best currently offered in the $400 to $900 range. Price is a little steep, but quality outways the difference in price from competitors. the 950 will download 40 pix shot in Fine mode from Simple Technologies cardreader to a G4 in 11 seconds. It's a battery hog I recommend buying Energizer's NH15-AA instead of Duracell Ultra. I shot 150 pix in the fine mode 46 of them using the flash until they were depleted. It's ideal for Web publishing, however I shot several photos for magazine use and the results were non-distinguishable compared to film. If your a tweekhead you will spend hours trying different traditional photo techniques with this camera and your results will be quite surprising. Some of my favorites are Slow Shutter Sync, 8 second time exposure, and a very accurate white balance that is crucial when shooting in mixed lighting situations. Also try the macro mode, black & white mode and Optional Fish Eye Lens for more diversity. Have fun!

5-0 out of 5 stars I love my Coolpix 950 (you will too!)
Hello. My name is Danny Bruce and I researched many digital cameras before I made a decision and I spoke to several professional photographers. I have had my 950 for about 2 months now and it is truly amazing. It shoots clear photos in color and black & white. You can buy this camera for under $700 on Amazon.com and other sites. Here are a few tips when buying a digital camera:
1. The Nikon 950 is your 'best buy' for under $700. It has won numerous awards from photography magazines.
2. Nikon is offering a $100 mail-in rebate on the 950 until the end of June 2000.
3. Do you know the difference between 1 megapixel and 2 megapixel cameras? Well, 1 megapixal cameras will allow you to print up to a 5x7 clearly while 2 megapixel and up cameras will give you clear 8x10 and larger prints.
4. Go ahead and buy 2 sets of NiMH(nickle metal hydride) batteries and get a charger for them (you can get a set of 4 batteries and a charger for around $20-$30). The Nikon 950 will "EAT" regular batteries (even the top brands) in about 1 hour!
5. If you plan to shoot pictures to print them out, you need to shoot in HIGH resolution. The 8mb card that comes with the camera only hold 8 pictures in the resolution. So plan on buying a 32mb or larger card (prices range from $65-$300).
6. If you are interested in shooting Macro shots (pictures that are taken very close to the subject), get you a 950! It will shoot a clear picture at only 1" away!
7. If the Nikon 950 is a little too pricey for your wallet, don't worry. You can get a Kodak DC215 for less than $300 and get great pictures!
8. If I can be of any further help, please email me at snyper7777@yahoo.com
9. Thanks Amazon!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great camera
I am taking picture 3,901 and have never had a problem, other than trying to remember how to use the endless settings in the m mode. I just downloaded bios update to 1.3 and had no problem. Of course, I carefully followed all the directions. I had been at 1.2.

1-0 out of 5 stars SYSTEM ERROR
Almost a year to the day after the camera was bought, i turn it on and it greets me with SYSTEM ERROR and a LOUD clicking noise coming from the lens side of the camera. lovely. haven't taken it in yet to see how much this is going to cost me.

and this is with me ONLY taking approx 40 pictures.

2-0 out of 5 stars Problem with Camera too
I'm having the exact same problem with the camera as mentioned about where the system error comes on and makes the clicking noise. ... Read more


158. NIKON 28-80mm/f3.5-5.6 G-series

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Asin: B00005LEND
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 1582
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Features

  • 6 elements in 6 groups
  • Nikon F bayonet mount
  • Zoom range covers wide-angle to moderate telephoto focal lengths
  • Includes lens cap
  • 58mm filter size

159. Nikon Marine Grade Floating Neckstrap

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Manufacturer: Nikon Sport Optics
Sales Rank: 3253
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160. Nikon Lite Touch 150 Zoom ED/QD Date 35mm Camera

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Asin: B00006RGP4
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 961
Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Nikon Lite Touch 150 compact camera is packed with easy-to-use features and incredible performance. Weighing a mere 7 ounces, you can take the Lite Touch 150 wherever you go. Behind the protective sliding-lens cover lies the powerful 4x Nikon zoom lens (38-150mm). Featuring ED (extra-low dispersion) glass, it displays excellent color and quality with each snapshot. The real-image optical viewfinder zooms in and out with the lens, providing bright, clear viewing, and the wide-area passive autofocus system allows for sharp shots of off-center subjects.

Everything is automatic, including film loading, frame advance, rewind, and midroll rewind. The built-in flash functions five different ways (including red-eye reduction) to best suit the environment. Elegant landscape pictures can be taken in panorama mode and detailed subjects as close as 2.5 feet can also be captured. A 10-second timer lets you become part of the photo and the camera includes a quartz date function. ... Read more

Features

  • Powerful 4x Nikon zoom lens (38-150mm)
  • Real-image optical viewfinder zooms in and out with the lens
  • Built-in flashwith five functions, including red-eye reduction
  • Automatic film loading, frame advance, rewind, and midroll rewind
  • 10-second timer , quartz date function

Reviews (5)

3-0 out of 5 stars GREAT CAMERA
THIS IS A GREAT LITTLE CAMERA, VERY PLEASED, BEATS THE HECK OF OF MY CANON ELPH.

4-0 out of 5 stars It stopped focusing after about 11 months
I loved my Nikon Lite Touch 150 until it stopped focusing after about 11 months (but still under warenty). I expect a $200 camera to be more reliable. My original Cannon point-and-shoot has never needed repair in more than 20 years!

2-0 out of 5 stars unsatisfied
This camera consistently gives me bad photos. Most of the time it won't even take a photo when you press the button. The little red and green lights appear and you can press that button as many times as you want and it will not take a photo. This is especially annoying since most photos I take are of my 2 month old daughter, who doesn't hold cute poses very long so by the time this camera finally takes a picture the moment is lost. Also, when it does take pictures, at least half of the photos on the roll come out blurry. Another huge problem is that the film rewinds on its own in the middle of a roll--without me pressing the rewind button (which is poorly located next to the button used to take a photo). So I have wasted countless dollars on paying for a roll of film to be developed even though it only has 4 photos on it, not to mention the expensive of wasting the film I paid for. I returned the first camera thinking it was defective, but the same problems occur with my 2nd one. I have owned it less than a year and already have to buy a new camera.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great camera
I just pointed. It took great clear photos.

5-0 out of 5 stars I love this camera
I can attest this camera is great and easy to use.
It is great for all kinds of shooting and the price is good. This is a Nikon Camera. Nikon makes the best cameras... period. It has a Nikkor lens. If you want a point and shoot camera and you want good pictures every time, I strongly suggest this camera. ... Read more


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