Hello all… I’ve been busy adding new items for sale in my online camera shop, CC Design Studios, which can be found at http://www.ccstudio2380.com
I’m offering a very nice 10% discount on almost everything in the shop plus some with free shipping! I have many more items not pictured in my collection so if there’s a particular camera or lens that you’re looking for I just may have it. You can contact me here or at firstname.lastname@example.org – Chris
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Nikon Coolpix S3000 – a super sharp compact with a bunch of cool features.
We love collecting these often overlooked digitals from the 2010s and beyond. Canon, Nikon, Sony, and Fujifilm were locked head to head with trying to pack as many features and megapixels into the smallest body they could. Fujinon, Nikkor, Carl Zeiss, and Canon optics combined with powerful zooms make these a blast to use and with great results too.
Here’s a few samples from this Nikon.
We’ve collected lots of these little gems and enjoy taking them out for a spin from time to time.
Hi all! We’ve been very busy adding items from our collections of things into our camera shop (CC Design Studios) at http://www.ccstudio2380.com this past week. Here’s a little peek at what’s been added.
The Nikon N75 / U2 was one of the last 35mm AF SLR film cameras made by Nikon. U2 for the Japanese market, N75 in the United States, and F75 elsewhere. It’s a rather sophisticated camera with a host of useful and cool features, even full on manual.
To me the black body looks sexy and the silver one looks kind of pewter or champagne silver (if that’s even a color).
Hello all! I’ve added a couple of very nice Nikons in my shop recently – both film and digital.
This Nikon D80 (pictured below) was recently purchased by me from the original local owner. They’ve kept in in excellent condition and I’ve fully tested it. The D80 was released in 2006 and features a 10.2 MP CCD imaging sensor in the DX format. It’s a true DSLR and uses all Nikon F-mount lenses.
The camera only has 8,475 shutter actuations which is considered to be about 18% of the cameras capability.
Test images (see below) with the Nikon D80 and AF Nikkor 28-80mm f3.5-5.6D lens.
If you’re a fan of Nikon and Nikkor lenses then these cameras are for you. I’ve been very impressed with the ruggedness of the N60 as it was built with a metal frame. The lens mount is a metal Nikon F-mount (not plastic).
The D80 is a joy to use as it doesn’t feel like a rock hanging around your neck. The color LCD screen is super bright and clear as is the optical viewfinderwhich features a diopter adjustment and padded eyepiece.