A Slew Of Ideas About Photography To Try!

Do you wish to change your photography hobby into a form of art? Use these tips to make your pictures become glamorous instead of ordinary. Use the advice offered here to take your photography from average to amazing. Take your pictures quickly. If you take too long, your subject could move, run away or something could change that could ruin your photo. The faster your camera is ready to take pictures, the better. TIP! Despite the general view that sun-filled days make for...

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Make Your Photography Look Professional | Nikon D80

There is indeed a lot of information that may make it difficult to determine how to start. The next few paragraphs detail some simple tips to rapidly improve the beauty and quality of your photography. Try different shutter speeds for finding what works the best for various situations. Photography can help you to capture a split-second moment or to blur those large time periods. Using a fast shutter speed can help you catch moving objects, while a slow shutter speed is great...

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The Nikon D5200 Covering Every Angle | Nikon D80

Simon Stafford takes a first look at the Nikon D5200, the latest DX-format Nikon D-SLR (All pictures courtesy of the Nikon Corporation) Nikon has been prolific in its introduction of new camera models during 2012, with four FX-format (D4, D800/D800E, and D600) camera models being added to the range; however, the smaller DX-format looked somewhat neglected by comparison, with only the D3200 having been introduced to date. Offering some redress to this situation Nikon has...

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Nikon D80 Optics and Lenses

Nikon D80 Optics Lenses Nikon D80 Optics. Like other Nikon SLRs, the D80 accommodates a wide range of Nikkor lenses, via the standard Nikon “F” lens mount. With very few exceptions, you can use the D80 with any F Mount Nikkor lens ever made, but older non-CPU lenses will significantly limit your exposure options. (Lacking from the D80 is the “Non-CPU Lens Data” menu item found in the D200 and D2Xs, for entering information about non-CPU lenses, as...

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Nikon D80 Digital Camera Body

  Details This outstanding interchangeable-lens digital SLR boasts automated operation and advanced features, designed to satisfy photographers with the passion to create beautiful photographs. The D80 features a 10.2 effective megapixel DX Format CCD image sensor, providing a new level of high resolution and sharp detail. With this, however, also comes the freedom to crop creatively and print impressive enlargements. Nikon’s DX Format sensor and F bayonet lens...

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Nikon D80 User Report

The new Nikon D80’s combination of high-end features and its 18-135mm DX kit lens make a killer photographic tool for the amateur and intermediate photographer who can’t afford or justify the extra cost of the Nikon D200. While it is very similar to its predecessor, the Nikon D70s, and sports the higher 10.2 megapixel resolution of the D200, the Nikon D80 is replete with new features and advances in overall quality that make it a great upgrade for D50 and D70...

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Nikon D80 Specifications

Effective pixels 10.2 million Image sensor RGB CCD, 23.6 x 15.8 mm, 10.75 million total pixels Image size L (3,872 x 2,592) / M (2,896 x 1,944) / S (1,936 x 1,296) Sensitivity 100 to 1600 (ISO equivalent) in steps of 1/3 EV, plus HI-0.3, HI-0.7 and HI-1 Storage media SD memory card, SDHC compatible LCD monitor 2.5-in., 230,000-dot, low-temp. polysilicon TFT LCD with brightness adjustment Exposure metering 3D Color Matrix Metering...

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Nikon D80 Key Features

10.2 effective megapixel Nikon DX Format CCD image sensor High-speed continuous shooting: 3 frames per second (fps) in bursts of up to 100 consecutive JPEG (FINE M-size or smaller) or 6 RAW (NEF) images Advanced high-precision, high-performance imaging processing engine with color-independent pre-conditioning 3D-Color Matrix Metering II with 420-pixel RGB sensor delivers consistent and dependable automatic exposure for ideal results in most lighting conditions Refined...

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Nikon D80 Review

By Phil Askey Two and a half years ago Nikon announced the six megapixel D70, their first affordable enthusiasts digital SLR, it proved to be a very popular camera and strong competitor to the Canon EOS 300D (Digital Rebel). Just fifteen months later Nikon revealed the D70s which was essentially the same camera with a some subtle tweaks (improved AF, wider flash coverage, higher capacity battery, larger LCD monitor). And so just over fifteen months on from the D70s Nikon...

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Total Production of NIKKOR Lenses Reaches 80 Million

Total Production of NIKKOR Lenses for Interchangeable Lens Cameras Reaches 80 Million London, UK, 14th June 2013: Nikon today announced that total production of NIKKOR lenses 1 for Nikon interchangeable lens cameras reached eighty million in mid June 2013. In 1959, Nikon (then Nippon Kogaku K.K.) released the Nikon F as well as its first NIKKOR lens for Nikon SLR cameras, the NIKKOR-S Auto 5cm f/2. The NIKKOR tradition has continued over the many years since that first lens...

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