Nikon Coolpix 885 Review
Compact Flash compartment
The 885's Compact Flash compartment door is a slide out and flip open type, it is moulded into the rear of the hand grip. Inside you'll find a Compact Flash Type I slot and an eject button which pushes the card out just far enough for the 'thumb lip' on the back of the card to be exposed. No major problems here. The 885 doesn't support Type II cards (such as the IBM Microdrive). The camera is supplied with a 16 MB Type I card.
On the right side of the camera (from the back) just beside the Compact Flash compartment you'll find the USB and DC-IN connectors (behind a rubber door). On the left side a dedicated video out connector (this is one of the places the 885 differs from the 775 which has an 'all in one' connector for both USB and Video Out).
Tripod mount / camera base
Supplied In the Box
Supplied in the box is:
- Nikon Coolpix 885 digital camera
- 16 MB Compact Flash card
- EU: EN-EL1 Lithium-Ion rechargeable battery
- EU: MH-50 battery charger & power cable
- US: 2CR5 battery (non-rechargeable)
- USB cable
- Video cable
- Lens cap (LC-E885) & string
- Wrist strap
- Manual (excellent quality)
- CD-ROM - Nikon View 4, Canto Cumulus 5.0 Trial, iView Media Pro (Macintosh),
ArcSoft; PhotoImpression 2000, VideoImpression 1.5, PhotoPrinter Pron
2000, PhotoStudio 2000, Panorama Maker 2000
|Fisheye Converter *
FC-E8 [buy online]
x0.21 (183° view angle)
|Wideangle Converter *
|Wideangle Converter *
WC-E63 [buy online]
|Telephoto Converter *
TC-E2 [buy online]
|Telephoto Converter *
TC-3ED [buy online]
|Slide copying adapter *
ES-E28 [buy online]
MC-EU1 [buy online]
Shutter release, zoom control, Interval, Playback control, 80 cm (31.5") cord.
(Also requires MH-50 or MH-51 charger if not supplied)
* Require the UR-E4 lens adapter
Other accessories (no pictures):
- EH-21 AC adapter / battery charger
- CompactFlash Cards
- PC Card Adapter EC-AD1 [buy online]
(Purchases help support this site and future reviews)
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