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Nikon’s phenomenal new semi-professional D- SLR , the D80, will impress any photographer who wants to expan... See full description.
  • SLR
  • 4288x2848 pixels

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product description

Nikon’s phenomenal new semi-professional D-SLR, the D80, will impress any photographer who wants to expand the scope of their creative palette. The D80 features a fast new high-resolution image processing engine and a host of image functions that draw on the latest advances in digital technology to extend your creative freedom. It inherits advanced autofocus and auto exposure performance from Nikon’s award winning D-SLRs, the D200 and the D2Xs and it all comes packed into a lightweight body that is easy to use and comfortable to handle. Its exceptional combination of superior image performance, speed, accuracy, flexibility, reliability, creative responsiveness, and efficient handling will open up new worlds of photography. Fully compatible with Nikon’s Total Imaging System, the D80 will strengthen your belief in Nikon’s ability to support your creative aspirations, no matter which shooting style you prefer.

product specification
Camera Type SLR
Resolution (Pixels) 4288x2848 pixels
Optical zoom ratio 1x optical zoom
Screen size 3"
Digital zoom ratio 1x digital zoom
Type of image stabiliser No image stabiliser
Colour Black
Media format Compact Flash storage
Memory card slot Yes
PictBridge No
Macro Mode No
Video recorder No
Manual Focus Yes
Timer Yes
Weight (g) 825g
Flash No
Body Only No
Shortest shutter speed 1/8000 min. shutter speed
Longest shutter speed 1/30 max. shutter speed
Waterproof No
USB port Yes
Dimensions (mm) 114x147x74mm
Max. Aperture Lens 1 f3.5-5.6 max. aperture lens 1
Filter Diameter (mm) Lens 1 67mm filter lens 1
Release date 13 Sep 2007