Nikon D80

Announced Aug 9, 2006 •
10 megapixels | 2.5 screen | APS-C sensor
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By: PatrickAlwyn (1 month ago)
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Hi, I'm new to photography and am looking into buying a lens for my D80. I've decided on (probably) getting the Nikon 1 Nikkor 18.5mm f/1.8 which sounds great but despite spending great lengths of time online looking this up, I keep getting mixed answers and am unsure. Would this lens fit my camera? Cheers
By: albert01 (1 month ago)
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I recently purchased a used Sigma lens online from camera store for my Nikon D80. Current lenses are: AF-S DX Zoom-NIKKOR 18-70mm f/3.5-4.5G IF-ED lensNikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 55-200mm f/4-5.6G ED VR II Zoom Lens* Sigma 70-300mm F/4-5.6 DL Macro Super AF Lens The new used lens is the * Sigma 70-300mm F/4-5.6 DL Macro Super AF Lens (200-300mm macro) I've used this lens before with the D80 and it has worked great without any problems. This is another Sigma lens recently picked up to replace my...
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Dear all If you look at the Top display screen of Nikon D 80 , you will notice on the left hand side there is a section which I believe displays the Active Focus selection. so based on how I turn the dial , the screen toggles between 1) just a small box/cube in centre 2) all focus points 3) all focus points with (A) in center I wanted to try and understand what these selection represent especially the last 2 , for example I believe the first selection indicates that only the subject in center...
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Hello, I recently picked up a Vivitar 3x-3 teleconverter that's Nikon mount compatible. From what i've gathered so far some of the Vivitar 3x-3 are non Ai mount teleconverters? I found one Vivitar 3X-3 that's described to be compatible with a Nikon F AI Mount, and another Vivitar 3X Manual Focus Teleconverter for Nikon Non-AI. I've also read some about using non-Ai lenses with newer Nikon DSLR's such as the D80 and D200, which have differences when mounting older manual lenses that are non-AI...
By: Manjushr (2 months ago)
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Offering a my old nikon D80 to anyone. Simply quit working after a happy life. no lens. you pay shipping.
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I've got Nikon D80 digital camera and I lost it's original charger. Can I use a normal charger using the usb cable ?
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Hi I recently got a new lens for my Nikon D80 (it was given to me) but it wont focus at all. It does not matter if I put it in manual mode or auto focus. This lens is the AF-P DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR I put it in someones D7200 and it seems to work fine, no problems on that camera but on my D80 it wont focus :( Is there some settings I am no aware of to make it work? It should be compatible. Thank you
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Hi folks, First timer here with some questions on which DSLR I should choose for my next purchase. I am currently shooting a Nikon D80 with a Rokinon 16mm/2.0 lens. My results are average I would say, but I feel as though I can't get the full use of my lens without my photos being riddled with noise (D80s Native ISO 1600). I recently visited Iceland, and although I am pleased with the images I came home with, I think I could have achieved more with a higher end body. Unfortunately, my options...
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hi i'm about to buy a new camera after my long friend d80 died. i played with both cameras and the differences are minor (except the price but i'm hoping to find a good deal on black friday/cyber monday) its right that the focus is faster on the 7500 and the images are abit clearer (on the lcd screen) but most of the other features are sort of the same. i read the older lens coming from film might not work on the 7500 (they did on my d80) because nikon changes supported cpu types. and last...
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I suspect this is likely a frequent topic, but here goes... Me: A budding amateur photog, strictly hobbyist. I shoot a lot of kids sports (track and softball) and landscapes during travel and hiking trips. Some indoor shots at family events and parties. I want the ability to advance my skills and explore a bit more RAW post-processing, and try out some newer techniques and lenses. I have one decent 14-54 Zuiko Pro lens for my Olympus.  If I wanted to re-purpose lenses, I'd need to go...
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