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Nikon D80 Digital SLR Camera (18-135mm Lens Kit) (discontinued by manufacturer)

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  • High-resolution 10.2 Megapixel DX format CCD: Superior sensitivity and low noise performance for stunning prints up to A3 size
  • High-speed 3 fps continuous shooting: Up to 100 JPEG [Large, Normal] or 6 NEF (Raw) consecutive shots
  • High-performance image processing engine: Faithful reproduction of vivid, natural colors with rich tonal graduations
  • Fast, precise and flexible 11-area AF system with a newly developed easy-to-use Auto-area AF mode
  • Instant response and ultra-short shutter lag: Ready to shoot whenever the decisive moment arises
  • Creative and easy-to-use in-camera effects: In-camera editing with D-Lighting, Red-eye correction, monochrome, filter effects and image overlay
  • Full compatibility with Nikon's Total Imaging System: Dedicated battery power pack MB-D80, high-quality Nikkor lenses, i-TTL creative lighting system, Nikon Capture NX software


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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.7 x 13.2 x 10.3 cm ; 590 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 2.7 Kg
  • Item model number: D80
  • ASIN: B000HK3JH4
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 21 Aug 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 75,967 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

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Product Description

Box Contains

  • Nikon D80 SLR Camera
  • Rechargeable Li-ion Battery (EN-EL3e)
  • Quick Charger
  • Video Cable
  • USB Cable
  • Strap
  • Body Cap
  • Eyepiece Cap
  • Rubber Eye Cup
  • Accessory Shoe Cover
  • PictureProject CD Rom
  • User Manuals

  • Customer Questions & Answers

    Customer Reviews

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    151 of 153 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Robin Guest on 6 Jun 2008
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    It's about 15 years since I 'gave up' film SLRs...they were big, bulky and heavy and I didn't want to carry them around anymore. Like many, I flirted with a few compact cameras before working my way onto a few digital compacts (Sony, Canon etc).

    Now at a different stage of my life (the kids are grown up!) it felt like the time to get back into SLRs once again.

    To be honest, technology is now such that it's probably difficult to buy a bad DSLR...try some out...they all have fantastic features that put my old film camera to shame. I have however always hankered after a Nikon...cue the D80.

    Initially somewhat daunted by the many features available on the D80, I have spent an enjoyable time getting back into SLR cameras again with the D80 - it's more compact than my old beasts and an awful lot more capable. If you're unsure, drop into 'Auto' mode initially and the camera will do everything for you, other than compose and zoom - you'll get good results this way. Natural curiosity however will soon have you exploring the Programme, Aperture and Shutter priority modes, plus the auto-bracketing, excellent exposure compensation modes and even in-camera editing facilities. Fancy everything in Manual mode?...not a problem, go for it.

    When handling the D80 you will be impressed I'm sure by the feeling of quality and class - not 'plasticky' at all as some modern DSLRs tend to be. The 18-135 kit lens is very good and, again, feels solid and reliable.

    The D80 has some very detailed and comprehensive in-camera menus. After a couple of days, they all make sense and you'll soon be whizzing through them.
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    26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Ian Bates on 31 July 2008
    What an excellent, reliable and robust camera. I have owned a Nikon D80 for around a year now and have found it to perform excellently in all areas of photography.I took a photography course just after purchasing this camera and found that the control that I had over the camera was inspiring. But to be honest, even in automatic 'point and shoot' mode the photos were excellent thanks to the awesome 11 point focussing system.
    The battery life is incredible, the grip on the camera perfect, and the weight really gives it a sturdy feel that allows the camera to handle so well that it actually feels tailor made just for you.
    There is a comprehensive set of peripherals and extras available which allow the camera to grow in potential as you do.
    For a beginner or a serious amateur, or even an entry level pro, I cannot imagine a better camera.I have used mine in every comceivable situation and it is a joy to work with.
    Look at the professional reviews on the net and you'll see what I mean.
    A seriously good all-rounder - buy one and you'll see.
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    21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Macky Mack on 2 Aug 2008
    I've recently taken up photography in a serious way ( before it was always a couple of snap shots here and a couple there with my digital camera on holidays). After loads and loads of research, I was told that my best bet was to go with a Nikon; and choose either the D40x or the D80. I went with the D80 because my photographer friend told me that it was ideal for beginners, but it also was a great camera if i decided to go further on with my hobby.

    It's easy to use if you have even the tiniest of background info on DSLRs and it makes taking photos an immensely fun activity.

    If you're unsure about what to get and think you might want to progress to more proffesional photography I definitely reccoment the nikon D80!
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    212 of 218 people found the following review helpful By Robert Parker on 1 May 2007
    It does seem pointless I feel to review this camera, as if you have got this far you've already read oodles of reviews in all the magazines and they will have said how fantastic this camera is. BUT if you are thinking about buying it online, now, without going into a shop as I did, then this really is the one for you. Ignore all the fantastic features, ignore the sensor robbed from its bigger expensive brother, ignore the 11 point focusing system, (or better the movable 11 point single focus) ignore the enormous crisp LCD, the bright well laid out top mounted display, the gorgeous crisp bright viewfinder, ignore all those well placed buttons. The simple fact is, if you are toying with this or the Canon equivalents (as most will be) then buy this for the glorious build quality, the weight and the way you wonder if the Nikon designers have the same sized hands as you (and anyone you pass this camera to) as its simply the best in build quality and ergonomics, the smaller Canons (350 & 400) just feel like plastic toys, and unless you have very small hands you'll find your last finger flailing around with no-where to go, whereas the bigger ones (20 & 30) are built like a brick outhouse, but sadly look and feel like a brick outhouse.

    This is what it boils down to, on spec for £ they all run a photo-finish, on build and handling this ones has got them all well and truly licked.
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    14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By F. Diouman on 23 Dec 2008
    'Compromise' is an unfair word for this Nikon D80. It is excellent AND a steal at the price. I bought mine last week. Thanks to all here, I add the following info:

    1. Why Nikon? First it is my 'subjective' choice. I feel Nikon is the Mercedes-Benz of cameras. I always wanted one. The brand seems to be very serious. More important points below!

    2. Why the D80? 11-point autofocus vs. only 3 for the D40. Great price. Not heavy vs. other more expensive and more professional Nikons. Some people say it is quite close to the more expensive D200!!! I wanted to be at the amateur/semipro level, nothing more. The D80 also suffered a price drop due to the newer D90 with some more bells and whistles, which I do not need. Even the D40 is deemed to be a very good camera. The pros tell us that lenses and ... the photographer can make more of a difference to really great pictures.

    3. Which brings me neatly to the most important point: lenses. Nikon has a few great and excellent quality lenses at low prices. I went for the 18-55mm DX VR. Very cheap as a starter bundle - a steal in fact. Later I will add a 55-200mm DX VR. These excellent modern lenses are highly rated and very cheap. Do not be fooled by the sexy DX logo (they just mean the lenses are fit for DSLRs). But VR (vibration reduction) is great. Clear pictures are now possible with less light and without a tripod.

    4. This camera is excellent - and undaunting. Quick first and very good snapshots are very easy in full auto mode (you learn that in 10 min). Again, I am no professional. But everybody in the family had their jaws dropping from the quality of the pictures. I had a 6m pixel (NB. pixel count is not the most important criteria!) compact Minolta (4-yr old).
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