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Nikon Coolpix 8800

 

Nikon Coolpix 8800

Category: Advanced Amateur - Prosumer

One of the major improvement the Nikon Coolpix 8800 has over the Coolpix 8700 it replaces is a 10x optical zoom (35-350mm, 35mm equivalent) with Nikon's own Vibration Reduction technology. Image stabilization is a feature that is most welcomed and that is fast becoming common place in digital cameras.

Other differences that are not so dramatic, but still substantial are:

  • More powerful battery
  • The AF-assist illuminator is now on the body instead of on the pop-up flash (i.e. you don't need to pop up the flash to use AF-assist)
  • You don't get a CF card, but a Remote Controller is included
  • Movie time is upped from 35 sec. clips to 60 sec. clips
  • D-Lighting: in Playback, fixes underexposed and backlit images without harming the properly exposed areas of your image
  • In-Camera Red-Eye Fix(TM): corrects most typical instances of red-eye during the picture taking process
  • USB 2.0

The Nikon 8800 is slightly larger than the 8700 and now has a more rounded professional look. Retaining all the other great features that made the 8700 popular among its fans, the Nikon Coolpix 8800 should appeal to advanced amateur photographers.

 
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QuickFact™ Sheet
  The Nikon Coolpix 8000 Home Page  
  Image Sensor 8.0 effective megapixels
2/3 in. CCD
 
  Lens Zoom Nikkor  
  Focal Length 8.9-89mm (35-350mm, 35 mm equivalent) with Vibration Reduction  
  Maximum Aperture F2.8(W)-F5.2(T)  
  Optical Zoom 10x  
  Macro 3 cm / 1.2 in.  
  Auto Focus
Contrast-detect TTL AF with AF-assist illuminator
Center, Auto 5-area multi AF, manual 9-area multi AF selectable
1) Continuous AF, 2) Single AF, 3) Manual Focus (from 1.2 in. [3cm] to infinity with focus confirmation indication)
 
  Shutter Speed Mechanical and charge-coupled electronic shutter; 2-1/3,000 sec (auto and exposure mode P), 8-1/3,000 sec (exposure modes S and A), BULB/TIME (max. 10 min.) and 8-1/3,000 sec (exposure mode M), 1/30-1/8,000 sec (Ultra HS), Maximum at some apertures is 1/1,500 sec  
  Exposure Control 1) Programmed Auto with Flexible Program [P], 2) Shutter-Priority Auto [S], 3) Aperture-Priority Auto [A], 4 Manual [M]  
  Shooting Modes

Still: AUTO, SCENE, P, S, A, M, MOVIE; Scene Modes: Portrait, Party/Indoor, Night portrait, Beach/Snow, Landscape, Sunset, Night landscape, Museum, Fireworks show, Close up, Copy, Back light, Panorama assist, Sports, Dusk/Dawn

Movie: TV movie 640(640x480/30fps up to 60 secs), Small movie 320(320x240/15fps up to 895 secs), Time-lapse movie (640x480/30fps up to 35 secs (1050 frames), Sepia movie 320 (320x240/5fps up to 895 secs, B/W movie (320x240/15fps up to 895 secs)

 
  Capture Modes 1) Single, 2) Continuous H (2.3 fps; up to 5 frames), 3) Continuous L (1.2 fps; up to 11 frames), 4) Multi-shot 16 (consecutive 16 frames at 1.6 fps), 5) Ultra HS (high-speed) (640 x 480 pixels; 30 fps, up to 100 frames), 6) 5 shot buffer (0.7 fps), 7) Interval Timer Shooting, 8)TV movie 640 (640 x 480 pixels) with audio at 30 fps; up to 60 seconds, or Small movie 320 (320 x 240 pixels) with audio at 15 fps; up to 895 seconds**, Time-lapse movie (640 x 480 pixels) at 30 fps; up to 35 seconds; Sepia movie 320 (320 x 240 pixels) with audio at 5 fps; up to 895 seconds**; B/W movie 320 (320 x 240 pixels) with audio at 15 fps; up to 895 seconds** are selectable  
  Exposure Compensation +/-2EV in 1/3 EV steps; Auto Exposure Bracketing; AE-BSS  
  Light Metering 4-mode TTL metering: 1) 256-segment Matrix, 2) Spot, 3) Center-Weighted, 4) Spot AF Area  
  White Balance 1) Matrix Auto White Balance with TTL control, 2) 6-mode Manual with fine tuning (Daylight, Incandescent, Fluorescent, Cloudy, Speedlight, Shade); 3) Preset, 4) White Balance Bracketing  
  Viewfinder
Electronic Viewfinder (EVF)
0.44-inch type, 235,000-dot, polysilicon TFT color LCD viewfinder; Diopter adjustment: -3 to +1m-1
 
  LCD 1.8-inch type, 134,000-dot High Transmissive advanced TFT LCD monitor with brightness and hue adjustment; approx. 97% horizontal and vertical (shooting), 100% (Playback); Vari-angle  
  ISO Sensitivity Approximately equivalent to ISO 50, 100, 200, 400, and Auto (auto gain to ISO 200 equivalent)  
  Storage Media CF Card Type I/II (CF), Microdrive(TM) cards  
  Battery One rechargeable Li-ion battery EN-EL7 (included); DC input: AC adaptor (optional);
Battery Life: 240 images (EN-EL7; based on CIPA standard*) * Industry standard for measuring life of camera batteries. Measured at 25°C (77°F); zoom adjusted with each shot, built-in Speedlight fired with every other shot, image mode set to NORMAL
 
  Included Accessories
No memory card included
Rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN-EL1 with Battery Charger MH-53
A/V Cable, USB 2.0 Cable
Strap
Software CD-ROM (NikonView)
 
  Dimensions (W x H x D) 116 x 85 x 121 mm /
4.6 x 3.3 x 4.8 in.
 
  Weight (Camera body only) 21 oz.  
  MSRP US$999.95  

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