The Nikon D80 is a semi-professional digital single-lens reflex camera produced by the Japanese company Nikon Corporation. It was announced on September 12, 2006, and it is the immediate successor of the Nikon D70, based on the same F-mount. Along with its smaller sibling, the D40, it was aimed at the consumer market to upgrade from point-and-shoot cameras. With its wide range of features and retro styling, this camera has pleased both newcomers to digital photography and long time hobbyists alike.
Capture the world through a new perspective with this upgraded f/1.8 DX format prime lens. Its fast maximum aperture creates compelling shallow depth-of-field images that draw viewers into the photo—and its silky, smooth rendering is perfect for portraiture. The picture angle of 47 degrees with the 135-format equivalent due to an aspherical lens helps make large groups and landscape shots flawless. Additionally, the ultra-compact AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8G is small enough to go wherever you go, it features an exclusive Nikon Silent Wave Motor that provides ultra-fast.
The Nikon AF-P DX NIKKOR 70-300mm f/4.5-6.3G ED lens is the ideal choice for affordable telephoto needs with fast, quiet, and precise autofocus and zoom operation. The design is compact and optimized for distance focusing and is equipped with a built-in accelerator unit. This lens also features superior image quality with Nano Crystal Coat and Super Integrated Coating, which combine to reduce flare and ghosting when shooting at the telephoto end of the focal length range.
Featuring a powerful combination of outstanding image quality, advanced technology, and excellent handling, the Nikon D80 lets you capture your memories in superb quality. Packed with all the information you need to create great shots, this guide includes expert advice on everything from framing your photo to choosing the best settings for action shots, night scenes, portraits, landscapes, digital macro photography, flash photography, low-light situations, high-contrast scenes—even underwater photography. It also provides quick-reference tables for exposure settings.
The Tamron 70-210mm F/4 Di VC USD is a telephoto zoom lens designed for Nikon FX-format digital SLR cameras. It covers a broad focal length range from moderate wide-angle to portrait-length telephoto, allowing the photographer to capture a wide variety of scenes and subjects. This zoom telephoto lens covers a broad focal length range from moderate wideangle to portrait-length telephoto, making it convenient to carry as only one lens is required for a wide variety of scenes and subjects. A USD autofocus motor provides very quiet focusing for video applications, as well as quick autofocusing speeds.
Many aspiring pros have discovered that a versatile, dependable lens with a broad focal range is the key to great photography, and the Nikon 18-105mm f/3.5-5.6 AF-S DX VR ED Nikkor Lens offers just that along with Nikon quality throughout. This 5.8x zoom lens features a wide-angle to the moderate telephoto range with a versatile 27 to 157.5mm equivalent on a 35mm format SLR or digital SLR camera. And with a broad f/3.5-5.6 aperture range, this lens is also ideal for shooting in challenging lighting.
The 70-200mm f/2.8G ED VR II AF-S Nikkor zoom lens is a new update to Nikon’s renowned FX format telephoto zoom lens. Offering superior performance that the original model is famous for, it features an upgraded VR II stabilization system that offers improved image stabilization performance, new nanocrystal anti-reflective coatings on all of the optical elements, a new electromagnetic diaphragm mechanism for better exposure control, and compatible with full frame digital SLR cameras with smaller image circle coverage.
David Busch’s Nikon D7500 Guide to Digital Photography is your all-in-one comprehensive resource and reference for the Nikon D7500 camera. Whether you’re just getting started with digital photography or own several cameras already, this practical guide provides clear explanations and expert tips that will help you instantly become familiar with the D7500’s features and capabilities. David Busch, a leading writer of reference guides and photography books, has packed hundreds of his personal techniques and “take-along information” into this one convenient resource, making it the most informative and useful guide available for learning how to use.
The Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 200-500mm f/5.6E ED Vibration Reduction Zoom Lens is a super telephoto zoom lens that allows you to capture distant subjects with stunning clarity and definition. This 500 millimeter FX format zoom lens provides a 750 millimeter equivalent on DX format DSLRs, making it ideal for capturing distant subjects or creating striking portraits with softly blurred backgrounds.
The Nikon G ED-IF AF-S DX VR 2159 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6 Zoom Nikkor Lens offers a broad focal range equivalent to a 27 to 300 lens in a 35-millimeter format. Use it for wildlife, distance, or group portraits even in poor lighting situations. Vibration Reduction, enables handheld shooting at up to 4 shutter speeds slower than would otherwise be possible, assuring dramatically sharper still images and video capture.
You can see far away objects by mounting a 500mm/1000mm telephoto lens to your camera. It is perfect for sports fans, travel photography, wildlife photography, and more. JINTU 500mm/1000mm f/8 Telephoto Lens: Great magnification and lightweight: it has a great magnification and lightweight (only 490G), and can let you capture the excellent landscape and wildlife photos and videos; Finished aluminum exterior: the lens exterior is finished with aluminum, we choose high-quality aluminum, which is not easily deformed; Good performance: This 500mm/1000mm telephoto lens is engineered to provide excellent optical.