Canon EOS 80D 24.2 MP Built-In WiFi DSLR Camera (Body Only) – Summer Time Sale
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What’s In the Box
• Canon LP-E6N Lithium-Ion Battery Pack (7.2V, 1865mAh)
• Canon LC-E6 Charger for LP-E6 Battery Pack
• Canon EW-EOS80D Wide Camera Strap
• Canon Eyecup Eb
• RF-3 Body Cap for Canon EOS Cameras
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Characterized by versatile imaging specs, the Canon EOS 80D further clarifies itself using a pair of robust focusing systems and an intuitive design. Featuring a 24.2MP APS-C CMOS sensor and DIGIC 6 image processor, this sleek DSLR is capable of capturing high-resolution images at up to 7 fps and Full HD 1080p60 video, both with reduced noise and high sensitivity up to an expanded ISO 25600 for working in difficult lighting conditions. When working with the optical viewfinder, an apt 45-point all cross-type AF system affords fast performance in a range of lighting conditions for tracking moving subjects and working in low light, while the Dual Pixel CMOS AF system benefits live view shooting and movie recording by providing a smooth, natural focusing quality akin to the way a camcorder acquires focus. Touch-to-focus is availed by the large 3.0″ 1.04m-dot touchscreen LCD, which also sports a swiveling vari-angle design for working from high and low angles with ease. Additionally, built-in Wi–Fi with NFC allows you to pair mobile devices with the camera to wirelessly transfer files for sharing your photos and movies online. More than just a well-connected DSLR, the 80D is equally matched in imaging versatility due to its inclusion of multimedia feature-sets for stills shooting and movie recording.
• 24.2MP APS-C CMOS Sensor
• DIGIC 6 Image Processor
• 3.0″ 1.04m-Dot Vari-Angle Touchscreen
• Full HD 1080p Video Recording at 60 fps
• 45-Point All Cross-Type AF System
• Dual Pixel CMOS AF
• Expanded ISO 25600, Up to 7 fps Shooting
• Built-In Wi–Fi with NFC
• +IR 7560-Pixel Metering Sensor
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• Camera Format APS-C (1.6x Crop Factor)
• Max Resolution 24 MP: 6000 x 4000
• Aspect Ratio 1:1, 3:2, 4:3, 16:9
• Sensor Type / Size CMOS, 22.5 x 15 mm
• Bit Depth 14-bit
• Dust Reduction System Yes
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Great pro film camera now available for amazing price
Nikon F3 was Nikon's longest in production camera - made and sold for almost 20 years starting in the 80s. It is a great value camera now and with easy availability of Ai/Ai-s lenses, it is a great value camera system.
It has a good light meter, good crisp lcd display and if you go (recommended) with the HP (highpoint) prism, is great for people like me who wear glasses because the HP prism lets you see the entire frame in the viewfinder without bringing it all the way to the eye. I have the regular prism too (the prisms are interchangeable) and it may be a tad brighter. The split level micro-prism focusing is amazing and easy.
I just use the 50mm f/1.4 Ai-s lens which I bought for around $150 and is a fantastic everyday fast lens.
I have a Leica M-A and it may sound stupid but the F3 is a worthy backup camera and does not feel cheap or flimsy compared to the mighty Leica. I paid a little more to get a like new body and boy was it amazing to shoot. The film advance is buttery smooth and the camera feels nicely balanced in the hand with the 50mm lens.
There is a nifty little multiple exposure lever which makes creating multi-exposures a snap. If you have only done these on smartphone apps, you will love the real way it is done on film. F3 makes it so easy.
To conclude if you want to get into 35mm film and not break the bank, I strongly recommend the F3. If you have any questions, pls do not hesitate to contact me @ribnar on twitter. I am a film fanatic and would love to answer any query.Read full review...
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: rmlxmzd1226
Solidly built, kept in good clean condition.
All electronic and mechanical functions work
Light seals in good condition.
Mirror lock lever was a bit stiff but got smoother with further use. Some of the other switches had this problem but will be solved with further use.
Film advance is glides a hot knife through butter.
There was a diopter eyepiece that was glued onto the viewfinder. I had to remove it with pliers. It needs a little clean up to remove the adhesive.Read full review...
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: shinsedaecamera
Used Nikon for over thirty-five years
You are here, looking at a NIKON so you are on the right step. I first started using an old Nikon F Potomic T, made in 1965 and I was using this at my first news paper job in 1974, so Nikon equipment last. In a few short years I was shooting with the Nikon F2 Photomic with a motor drive and that lasted over ten years. The next camera was the Nikon F3 with the MD-4 motor drive. Throughout those years, I used lenses I bought in ’74 and up to ’89 when I retired as a forensic photographer. None of the Nikons ever let me down, the F3-HP with drive was so nice to use, well balanced no matter what lens I was using. Often I would have two, sometimes three cameras in use at one time; one with a wide angle 24mm, another with a 35mm f: 1.4 for low light and the third a short telephoto – 105mm lens. My cameras were my tools and as such, worked, I did not have time to baby them, and they had been banged against walls, against each other, and dropped, as I slipped down a hill. After picking myself up, dusting off my camera, the two I had still worked with a few new scratches. Today, these cameras can still be found and still working; it’s been thirty-five years or more since they came out and Nikon has introduced over a hundred different new or redesigned lenses and I believe everyone will work on the old F3 or F3-HP. There is no doubt that the Nikon “F” soirees is one of the best and oldest made camera and that should mean something. You can use almost all the new lenses, but why, the older lenses are sharp and as well built as the Nikon F body is. I have bought my son an F3 for his first camera and I can’t count how many I have bought off eBay because of the price. It’s time for me to start selling off a few, but I will always have my trusty Nikon F2 and F3-HP for when I want to shoot film. Good luck and buy a camera that your children will use!Read full review...
Verified purchase: No
Heavy but capable.
Super easy to use and very capable of delivering what you want to do with the camera. I wish the shutter speed would go up to 4000 but that would just be nitpicking. Perfect in all its ways. Not to mention the great style and design. Also super customizable.Read full review...
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: rmlxmzd1226
Film and the Nikon F3
I bought this Nikon F3 because everyone sings the praise of this camera. It's reputation and history tell a story of a great camera. So I took a chance. It feels comfortable in the hand and has a nice,fairly bright viewfinder (Leica SL,canon A-1 & Nikon fm2 are brighter). After getting used to it, about 5 minutes, shooting with it is a cinch. Film loading is EZ,; unlike the NikonF you don't have to take the back off. The shutter release is smooth and thankfully, you can use a regular cable release & not spend extra for a "specialty Leica/Nikon unit. A small point but appreciated. Camera also allows you to see both F stop and shutter speed in the viewfinder as well as an under/over exposure indicator. And you can shoot in aperture priority automatic mode. a plus.
Apparantly, it's reliability made it the professional's choice. That, along with a million lenses made it a much desired camera. But too many older Nikon lenses are loose focusing and do not inspire confidence. Optically, my Leica's 50mm Summicron R beats the F1.4 Nikkor by quite a bit. But it does that to all other lenses of similar ilk as well, except maybe, the Super Takumar f 1.4.( I profess ignorance of Alpa and Zeiss 50's) Getting back to the F3, it's not too heavy, and feels balanced, not awkward or overly heavy or bulky. Using it is easy and natural.
I am torn between collecting and using older film cameras. I prefer the conventience of digital SLRs but the prices are absurd. And the zoom lenses are ridiculously slow. Even the innovations like high ISO and vibration reduction can't compensate for lovely, out of focus backgrounds (bokah) you get with an inexpensive, older film lens/camera combo, like a Nikon F3 with a 105mm f 2.5 Nikkor shot wide open. The problem is that not too many quality labs exist, able to print directly from negatives. Most develop the film and digitize it. So probably you lose something. When I did my own B/W I often got chills, seeing the image come up before my eyes, controlling the contrast and sharpness, being able to crop exactly how I wanted the print. It was my creation, from start to finish. Of course, digitally. you don't have to worry about dust spots and you don't have to be a chemist (I used to mix my own fix as well as the fabled D-76 film developer) So It's difficult to decide. If you would have told someone that you one day would be able to get 500 or more pictures on a disc as big as a thumbnail you'd have been laughed at or locked up.
So the Nikon f3 offers a mixed bag: high quality but manual focus. A visit to the lab and the expense of developing and burning a DVD versus instant images that cost only the price of the Card, and is reusabe many, many times. But too many novices get a decent shot and think it elevates them to the ranks of the professional. You can be great with Photoshop or some other photo adjusting system but that does not make one a photographer. You have to think before you click. Will it make you a better photographer? It will. And because you have to know what you're doing to make a picture I prefer film. You can't simply delete what you don't like; you see what you did wrong and strive to correct it.
My advice: try out some old film cameras. Got to ebay and buy half a dozen manual focus beauties. Sort them out by using them, discovering for yourself what's reliable, easy to use, feels comfortable. And see how much you can acheive and really how good you can be.Read full review...
Old school but not outdated
With the resurgence of film photography, old cameras are getting the love they deserve. The Nikon F3 is a professional grade film SLR, but it's not too complicated. In fact, thanks to it's shutter priority mode, its even usable by those with little experience behind the lens. The High Point (HP) viewfinder is bright and sharp, and is easily used while wearing glasses. The earliest F3s are 36 years old now, but don't let that worry you. They are built like tanks and feel like they will last for years to come. Mated with a good piece of Nikon glass, the F3 is a fantastic SLR for the money and will serve you well no matter your photographic style.Read full review...
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: robinsonscamera
Best Film Camera Money Can Buy
I have a Nikon F2 since '73 which is the last all mechanical F series Nikons. So, I didn't think much of the newer electronically controlled F3. How wrong I was! F3 is easy to work with and the metering is more accurate over wider ASA ranges. The best feature of F3 as well as previous F series is the clear 100% view finder. I replaced K focusing screen that came with the camera with Red Dot B screen and love it. I like the simple matte screen over micro prism of K screen. I don't think any today's digital cameras nor range finder cameras can match this beautiful finder view. It's so enjoyable to take pictures. The only issue for me is that I needed to upgrade all my Non AI lenses to either AI or AI-s lenses to be 100% compatible with F3. (You can still use older lenses with stop down method.)
AI or AI-s lenses are generally accepted as superior to the older Nikkor lenses. But it is a double edged sword to me since I love the older lenses that are capable of capturing classic images. To me that's the main reason that I still use film cameras. The perfectly designed latest digital lenses are too impersonal to me.
As for the size/weight goes, F3 is a big and heavy camera. But I don't mind it since F3 is very reliable. For a trip, I'd take a smaller camera like Olympus 35RC. From my experience, smaller and lighter cameras breaks down easily (2 Olympus XAs and a Canon Dial 35....)
With regard to Value, I paid a little over $200 for an almost mint condition specimen. I think it's a steal for the best film camera you can buy. There won't be any better film camera made in the future. This is it!!Read full review...
The F3 is a well built professional camera equal to the F2 in quality.
I have owned a Nikon F3 HP for about 30 years and like it very much. It is considered a professional camera so it is heavy by comparison with the non-professional Nikon models. Since it is part of a "system" there are many options that are available for the camera including motor drive, lenses, TTL flash, focusing screens, bellows, etc. It will accept all non-AI, AI, and AI-S lenses in addition to some auto-focus lenses that can focus manually. It has manual exposure settings and automatic exposure. The titanium shutter is tripped electronically, so batteries are a must. The camera film transport and shutter work very smooth. The mechanical part of the F3 is excellent and very durable. I find the F3 to be simpler and faster to operate than the older Nikon F2. The only flaw with the F3 is the LCD screen which will fade with age and need to be replaced in order to see the light meter reading. Replacement cost is about the cost of a good used F3 camera. Nikon stated that the life of the LCD is about 8 years but some are still functioning fine after 30 years.Read full review...
The F3 is my choice for an excellent a manual focus 35mm film camera.
I love the Nikon F3HP. It's my choice for an excellent a manual focus 35mm film camera. The HP viewfinder is easy to use, even if you wear glasses. The controls are comfortable and straightforward. It's a durable camera. The metering system is very good, and doesn't need to be overridden all than much.
The main drawback is that the maximum flash sync is 1/80, so it's not the camera for outdoor fill flash.
I like the build quality, controls and viewfinder better than the Nikon FM2 and FE2, but those cameras sync to 1/250.Read full review...
How many digital cameras are good for purposes 20 years after they were made? How many digital cameras die in 5 years or less? Nikon F3 in production for twenty years - does everything it was meant to do perfectly and does not pretend to think for you. I bought the F3 camera more than once because my first one (of 1982)is used for the 28/2.8Ais and I will now use the second body for a short telephoto.Read full review...
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: jp2014-kongf
A Sweet Deal
The F3 is the perfect film camera. Not super light but definitely super reliable. When matched with the MD4 Motor it requires ONLY AA Batteries which is a huge deal! As to lenses the F3 takes them ALL from 1959 to 2009, that span leaves the shooter alot of lenses to play with. Obviously Nikon loved the camera as well since they manufactured these for 21 years. Longest span of any NIKON pro level camera. Definitely a good buy IF you still want to shoot FILM. I purchased my first F3 in 1982 and have never been without at least one (Currently I have 7).Read full review...
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: zaperoco
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