The Nikon D80 packs a 10.2 mega pixel CCD quality image, which is going to provide enough detail for traditional sized images, or large photos as well. In .2 seconds, the 2.5” LCD touch screen fires up, and you are ready to get started taking professional grade images, and quality video for any shoot you are doing. It can capture in both RAW and JPEG quality, allowing for a less grainy finish, and finer quality images; and, the built in burst mode allow you to capture three frames per second, up to 100 frames. This is ideal for a photo shoot, or for continual shooting in a fast paced environment. In camera retouching and image reshaping allows you to work on a picture, before it ever leaves the memory card, or is printed out.
The 18-135 Nikon lenses are included, and image optimization features allow you to recreate, touch up, and perfect any image. Even if you are not shooting in great lighting, or if there are flaws in the images you are shooting, this camera is going to allow for discretion in your shots, and will allow you to capture excellent image quality, with the ability to touch up and work on the images, right from the touch screen LCD. If you are in a hurry, or want to capture an image that is moving, the LCD screen is going to turn on in just 0.2 seconds, meaning you do not have to wait several seconds to fire up, and do not have to worry about missing the perfect shot, no matter where you are shooting.
Higher performance and resolution are both distinct features you can expect from this camera, which comes in a slimmer body than other Nikon professional grade cameras on the market. The high performance family of interchangeable lenses, also makes using this camera perfect for anyone looking for excellent quality, or looking to create a distinct series of shots, regardless of where they are shooting. An advanced auto exposure system refines any image, and makes up for grain and other poor quality lighting you might be shooting in, allowing you to capture the finest shots, regardless of the surrounding conditions that you are working in with your Nikon D80.
Precision white balance is another great feature, preserving the integrity of any image or anything that you are trying to capture with the camera. Three optimized color modes also allow you to make up for poor shooting conditions, or allow you to enhance certain bright or dark areas that you want to capture, depending on the location of the shoot you are working on. A slim camera design also makes for a more ergonomic design, meaning the camera is great for anyone, regardless of how they like to shoot. Built in slide show functions and built in flash, also allow you to work on series of images, and capture the best quality image, regardless of the lighting situation you are shooting in, when you are working with your new Nikon D80 camera.