Excerpt: Buying the Camera When it comes to talking about film cameras, the Nikon F80 (also known as N80 in the states) is particularly new as it came onto the market in the year 2000. In terms of camera models, that may seem like a long time ago, but with the rise and dominance of the DSLRs, Bridge Cameras...
Pros: Ease of Use, Image Quality, Options, Shooting Modes, Compatibility
Cons: Flash sync speed, Film (disadvantage for some), Developing Costs, A couple of buttons
Excerpt: I bought this camera 8 years ago and I am still using it from time to time. I have always good experience with this camera although I use a digital one now - Nikon D200. With the standard Nikkor lens f3.5-5.6 28-80 it gives you well exposed and sharp pictures.
Excerpt: Nikon have expertise in camera manufacture and development that is not really comparable to other makes. They have developed their own metering systems and methods that others have just copied.
Pros: Lightweight and Easy to use piece of Craftsmanship
Excerpt: Nikon never seemed to be able to make a decent mid-range AF camera. You could buy a camera with a good feature set (F601) but the AF was poor and the motordrive painful to hear. The F70 improved the AF and was quieter but alienated buyers with it's quirky control panel (actually really simple but...
Excerpt: i has long enought to find a good camera for my hobby. When i see nikon launching the F80 i interesting to test that and i borrow from my friend. that camera builtin flash have a compact dimension and weight. this camera has built in lower power and view finder cover almost 92% of frame.
Excerpt: This camera is light weight and easy to use. Probably the best in the range. Is a good one for amateur photographer. Range of aperture and shutter speed is good enough for most of the picture shooting. Camera body is well designed. I like to hold it very much.
Excerpt: When I first adopt photography as a hubby I was disappointed that my camera then, which was Olympus IS21, lacks almost 85% of the specs and moves that I read about in photography books and magazines.
Excerpt: After many years using a fully manual, second hand Olympus OM30 I decided to take a step up and get a good quality mid-range SLR. The Nikon F80 did everything I hoped for. I did not have a fortune to spend but wanted something as good as possible for the price.