Fantastic older Nikon Digital Camera for amazing macro photos!
6 September 2011
Summary: This is a fabulous Camera, I actually bought the same one 10 years ago, and am still using it on my site! I purchased this one as backup, should my old one finally die. I love the quality of the photos, the macro lens in the best for close up and Nikon is the best camera maker in my opinion.
Summary: This was bought as a replacement for the same model camera that we flat wore out. It is for sure not at even the mid point of today's technology, but it is a nice solid camera for general purpose use. I also own a far more sophisticated Nikon for my more demanding use.
Summary: This was one of my first digital cameras, and I sold it. I had a failure with a very expensive model, and picked up one of these to help out. Great color and detail with the lens. Worth every penny. It does eat AA batteries, so get some cheap rechargeables.
Summary: I wanted a digital camera for all the usual reasons. In addition to its usefulness for emailing, my second reason is that I take hundreds of snapshots yearly that I throw out as soon as I get home - sometimes, while still at Kinko's.
Summary: Wow! What a bargain! At a price less than most of the competition (cameras w/ at least 2 megapixels), the Nikon Coolpix 800 is a steal. This camera has many advanced features, many found on higher-end cameras, although it's still simple enough for novice users, like me, to handle.
Summary: I received my Nikon Coolpix800 in the mail on Friday, almost in time to get all the nights of Chanukah. I took it to the dinner that evening and took pictures of the kids and other congregants. I also took it home and took some great close-up shots.
Summary: I've been a camera nut for over 30 years, but have always used 35mm or 2-1/4 film. I have had my Nikon 800 for 6 weeks now and doubt I will ever use film again. The photo quality is fantastic.