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1. Nikon Super CoolScan 9000 ED Film Scanner
by Nikon

our price: $1,999.99
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Asin: B0001DYUDE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 5347
Average Customer Review: 2.75 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 4,000 dpi optical resolution
  • 16-bit A/D conversion, 8 or 16-bit output
  • Scan speeds as fast as 40 seconds
  • Digital ICE4 advanced suite of image correction technologies
  • IEEE 1394 FireWire interface, PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Amazon came through!
I ordered my Nikon Coolscan 9000 back on June 18th. It arrived on July 13th just as the updated Amazon shipping estimate email promised. I admit I was a little skeptical when I placed the order that I would ever see it, especialy at the price Amazon had at the time - $1804.99 I checked with my contacts at B&H in New York (I order alot from them and have come to know a few of the salespeople) - they said "no way" could the price be for a legitimate USA model. In addition to being lower than B&H's cost, Amazon was giving a shipping date way ahead of when anybody else could promise. It turned out that Amazon was about a week late on their "original" shipping date, but they kept me updated and it came exactly when they said it would.
As for the scanner, it seems to me to be just about perfect. The scans are beyond belief. Nikon Scan software is a little confusing...I might give Vuescan a try. The scanner does make a bit of noise from the stepper motor during the scan process, but this appears normal. Overall, I could not be happier with my purchase. Amazon has never given me a bad experience so far and with the new Amazon credit card, I have intrest free financing for 10 months to pay for this beauty. I'm completely satisfied with my Amazon transaction!

1-0 out of 5 stars Amazon's Lack Of Customer Relations
I ordered this item on June 14th and have yet to be updated on the real shipping date. Although e-mails are said to be answered in 24 hours, I have sent three without response for days. Will Amazon ever fill this order, respond to e-mails or just cancel the order after an inordinate wait?

4-0 out of 5 stars Not Amazon's Fault
The supply problem with the Nikon 9000 ED scanner isn't Amazon's fault, it's Nikon's. From what I'm told by our local professional camera shop here in Seattle and more than a dozen mail order firms I've called trying to find one of these things, Nikon announced the ED9000, shipped one demo model to each of its big dealers and that was it. Nobody has seen one since and Nikon won't say when they are going to ship.

1-0 out of 5 stars Who knows whether it's good or not...
Why? Because our friends at Amazon accepted orders, sat on them with a promised shipping date of July 2004, and then promptly cancelled them after making people wait for over a month. For a company that's supposedly the best around in terms of inventory management and order fulfillment, that's simply a joke.

WORST...CUSTOMER...SERVICE...EVER. ... Read more


2. Nikon CoolScan V ED Film Scanner
by Nikon

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Asin: B0001DYTVW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 333
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 4,000 dpi optical resolution, 4.2 density
  • 14-bit A/D conversion, 8 or 16-bit output
  • Scan speeds as fast as 38 seconds
  • Digital ICE4 Advanced suite of image correction technologies
  • USB interface, PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great alternative to more expensive Coolscan 5000
First of all, let me say I am relatively new at scanning and that I LOVE the Coolscan V as a cheaper alternative to the Coolscan 5000 which I have also used. I recently decided to go through my father's 20,000 slides and scan the best ones before they, as many before them, disappeared into the hands of one of my 7 other siblings never to be found again.

After culling my father's slides I ended up with about 750 I wanted to scan. After culling my own slides I ended up with another 200 slides. And after that I decided to go through my color negative collection and scan the best of those as well. Just recently, my father in law enlisted me to go through his slide collection of about 1500 slides since he was blown away by the results I achieved on my father's slides with the Coolscan 5000.

Most of my father's slides, and all of my father-in-law's slides are Kodachrome. Much has been written about the inability of this scanner to scan Kodachrome slides and said about ICE4 not working with Kodachrome. Well, I have some good news and some bad news. The ICE4 does work, however, inconstantly with Kodachrome slides producing unacceptable artifacts in about 5 - 10 percent of the slides. It is a hit or miss proposition. I scanned with ICE (not ICE4) always on and then rescanned if I encountered unacceptable artifacts. I did notice that the scanner ICE feature was stumped by old Kodachrome slides where subjects were wearing shirts with stripes. Those stripes were really butchered by the ICE feature. The difference in scanning quality between the Coolscan 5000 and the V was negligible to this relative newcomer to scanning.

The GEM ROC and DEE (the other stalwarts of the ICE4 other than ICE itself) work on Kodachrome slides as well, but I found that the results were unpredictable and that I could achieve better results myself in Photoshop far more quickly. The GEM ROC and DEE features simply took too long and slowed down the scanning unacceptably. The results, for me, were not worth the additional scanning time. The V took even longer than the 5000, but in neither case, IMHO, did the results justify the time expended.

The good news: The scanner is does produce wonderful wonderful detailed scans, easily demonstrating the grain in the transparancies at 3000 and 4000 dpi. The Kodachrome slides were a challenge to the Dynamic Range of the scanner, but I believe that most of the detail in the shadows that is there was extracted. Unfortunately, Kodachrome, with all of its many attributes, does have substantial downsides including a very narrow exposure latitude and shadow detail is simply lacking. I think the scanner accurately reproduced the information including the colors on the Kodachrome slides, with perhaps a slight bluish cast noticed in some cases. I was unable to appreciate a significant difference between the two scanners in shadow detail even though the 5000 had a THEORETICAL greater dynamic range.

The V was slower than the 5000, but honestly the difference for the non-professional scanner, to me, was not worth the additional investment. The V represents a superb value giving you nearly all of the advantages of the 5000 other than speed for a substantially cheaper price.

It wasn't until I was finished scanning all of the culled slides that I undertook to scan my select color negatives. And this scanner really came into its own scanning color negatives. Don't even TRY to scan color negatives without ICE because the results are unbelievably bad. Even pristine negatives have scratches and dustthat magically are erased by the ICE feature. What a godsend. I only wish it had worked so flawlessly on the Kodachrome slides. The scanned color negatives were just beautiful with very accurate color rendition. But immediately I noticed much more grain in the color negatives (Royal Gold and Fuji Superia Gold) than in the scanned slides.

One note unrelated to the scanner itself. Until you've used a digital scanner to scan your color negatives you can't begin to realize how far superior Kodachrome, Provia, and Ektachrome slides are to color negatives insofar as capturing detail. Even the best color negatives have much more grain that Kodachrome. And the difference in color negatives is substantial too.

The included Nikon software worked fantastic for me. I downloaded a copy of VueScan which according to many reviews is superior to the Nikon software and found that for me the Nikon software was easier to work with and produced superior results.

The software did cause my computer to crash occasionally which was an aggravation, but a minor one when considered against its many attributes.

I can recommend this scanner without reservation. It is a phenomenal piece of equipment. If speed is not a paramount consideration and you are not a professional scanner needing the options (the auto feeder) offered by the 5000 then, in my opinion, the V represents an absolutely tremendous value.

5-0 out of 5 stars Scanner does not disappoint.
Decade's collection of fading film this COOLSCAN can handle. You can obtain detailed images that are truly vivid, sharp, and better than the original then technology.

Batch scanning can be done with one click on the Scan button in Nikon Scan 4's firmware. The maintenance free red, green, blue, and infrared LED light source is gentle to film. The 4000 ppi optical resolution is an ideal start for outputting A3+ prints on the new crop of large format bubblejet and inkjet printers.

Reading the Nikon Scan Reference Manual in the Nikon Scan Reference Manual/Easy Scanning Guide CD would be your best learning tool to get the most out of your scanner. For the most accurate results, the first thing to do before scanning is to set your preferences by clicking on the Prefs button in the Control Area of the Scan Window.

When enabled, the Digital ICE quad Advanced software works well with most film. The Manual will explain that ICE, ROC, GEM, and DEE will not operate with the optional FH-G1 Medical Holder.

ICE will not work on monochrome film unless the film has been developed in colour. ICE will not work properly on Kodachrome, but will work on other brands of slides. Noise may appear if ICE is used on overexposed or very vivid images. ICE will reduce the overall sharpness of the image. ICE is not not designed nor does ICE advertise itself to remove all dust and scratches from film. ICE will reduce most of the dust and scatches, however. You will have to use a third party application like Adobe Photoshop to remove the remaining dust and scratches. ICE alone will double the scanning time of 38 seconds.

ROC may add colour to monochrome or grayscale images. ROC alone will almost double the scanning time.

GEM alone will almost triple the scanning time.

DEE works best when the image is cropped to exclude other unexposed areas of the film. DEE alone will almost quadruple the scanning time.

When enabled, Scan Image Enhancer (SIE) will automatically adjust hue. It does not work with darker images. In fact, the scan produces darker images. You are better off using DEE to pull out hidden detail in the shaded areas.

ICE, ROC, GEM, DEE, and SIE together will almost quintuple the scanning time.

Unsharp Mask can be created to all colours, or individually to red, green, blue, cyan, magenta, or yellow colours in the image. Deselect blue if you do not want to emphasize the grain in an image with blue sky.

The SA-21 strip-film adaptor only works for 2 - 6 frames. To save money by not having to buy the optional 1 - 6 frame FH-3 film holder, place a 1 frame negative into an empty cardboard slide holder and insert into the MA-21 slide holder. Remember to select Neg (color), and Calibrated RGB in the Control Area before scanning.

Along with a short USB 2.0 cable, included in the package is a Nikon View 6 CD, which is an application, used to organize saved pictures in TIFF and JPEG file formats only. According to the Manual, large files created in Nikon Scan may not show on Nikon View slide shows.

Before clicking on the Scan button, press Ctrl (MS Windows) and the Autofocus button. Then left click on a focal point in the preview image to ensure accurate focusing at that point. You can always change the focus point using the same method, or by using the Focus Tool in the Layout Tools palette. The palette can also be customized to suit.

If you have to use the Analog Gain palette to correct or adjust the colour values for each of the elements in the scanner's light source, your LED's may require repair. The probability of repair to the LED's is not specifically discussed in the Manual.

If desktop or cubbyhole space is an issue, the scanner can be placed with either the top or side vents facing up. Remember to provide the minimum clearances to the scanner for ventilation. The dual wrap around band of rubber feet will ensure a cushioned slip resistant footing.

After using the transparency unit on an Epson Perfection 1670 Photo flatbed scanner for 2 months, this COOLSCAN is the only economical equipment to use to obtain satisfying scans. It is amazing how much the original analogue images have improved.

If you have at minimum several hundred frames to archive, and the time to spend in front of your monitor performing adjustments and scans to each frame, then you will not regret overspending on this scanner.

5-0 out of 5 stars First personal transparency scanner
Having worked with professional drum scanners (Hell Graphic Systems), I know a little about scanning. This Nikon Coolscan V ED is the first personal scanner I have worked with and am pleasantly surprised. I have inhereted the old familly slide collection and several of the slides are grossly underexposed, or darkened with age. The V ED has the sensitivity to pull out more image than I had hoped for, with very little noise. The provided software is no replacement for Photoshop, but can go a long ways to giving acceptable results without other image retouching software. I am eager to see SilverFast for the V ED however!

The only problems I've encountered is unexpected termination of the program, and mis-judging frame boundaries of negative strips. Negative scanning is a snap, an unexpected pleasure as thinking color in reverse is painful (on German drum scanners).

For the price, this is a very highly capable scanner worthy of your consideration. If your scan rate needs are high, consider the faster version, and a FAST G5 Macintosh. A 1.25 GHz G4 gets a workout on the tougher scans. ... Read more


3. Nikon Super CoolScan 5000 ED Film Scanner
by Nikon

our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B0001DYTOY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 3351
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 4,000 dpi optical resolution, 4.8 density
  • 16-bit A/D conversion, 8 or 16-bit output
  • Preview scans in 11 seconds, full scans as fast as 20 seconds
  • Digital ICE4 Advanced suite of image correction technologies
  • USB interface, PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Works beautifully, although slower than you might expect
I am using this product almost exclusively for slide scanning, so my comments only apply to that aspect of this product.

If you are like me and wondering whether you should suffer through using a consumer level slide scanner or fork out the dough for this one, then the quality this produces when scanning dark slides should be enough to convince you alone. And that's just the beginning. I've used consumer level scanners before and no amount of tweaking or photoshop'ing can match the quality the Coolscan 5000 produces. For professionals, this is of course a no brainer, but for semi-professional folks like me, this is a major investment, and I needed some convincing that it would be worth it. I am now convinced.

Don't put too much stock into the scan times (and feed times for the sf-210 auto feeder). These times are without any Digital ICE, auto exposure, auto focus, etc. However, I have found if you do not use these features, you are wasting your time. After much tweaking to get all the settings such that the final result looked just like the original slide, I am looking at about 1 minute and 30 seconds per slide using the sf-210 (AMD 2.2 Ghz 1GB Ram, scanning at 2000 dpi)

I have found that without tweaking, you get a bluish hue (although a little less so for Kodachrome slides). I have turned red up +20 and blue down +20 (green at 0) and to me, this seems to give the best results (ymmv).

Use the digital ice features!!! They are simply amazing. The dust and scratch removal is phenomenal. The grain removal is also wonderful - and it keeps the picture sharp much more so than using a software filter like those found in Photoshop. Personally, I set the Digital ROC (color restoration and correction) to 0 because it is too unpredictable.

Lastly, use a bright, high quality LCD monitor! You would be amazed at the difference this can make when doing color matching, especially on dark pictures. I was astonished to see the difference.

When you take the above into consideration, this scanner is superb. Plan on spending a few hours getting your settings just right, but after that, sit back and enjoy. I've done 8x10 prints of my slides (scanned at 2000 dpi) that are just beautiful. It is near impossible to match the luminance and beauty of a projected slide, but the Coolscan 5000 does a darn good job.

5-0 out of 5 stars An outstanding, if imperfect, scanner.
First of all, let me say I am a neophyte when it comes to scanning. My mother passed away recently and I wanted to go through my father's 20,000 slides and scan the best ones before they, as many before them, disappeared into the hands of one of my 7 other siblings never to be found again.

After culling my father's slides I ended up with about 750 I wanted to scan. After culling my own slides I ended up with another 200 slides. And after that I decided to go through my color negative collection and scan the best of those as well. A daunting project! But honestly well worth the effort.

Most of my father's slides are Kodachrome. Much has been written about the inability of this scanner to scan Kodachrome slides and said about ICE4 not working with Kodachrome. Well, I have some good news and some bad news. The ICE4 does work, however, inconstantly with Kodachrome slides producing unacceptable artifacts in about 5 - 10 percent of the slides. It is a hit or miss proposition. I scanned with ICE (not ICE4) always on and then rescanned if I encountered unacceptable artifacts. I did notice that the scanner ICE feature was stumped by old Kodachrome slides where subjects were wearing shirts with stripes. Those stripes were really butchered by the ICE feature.

The GEM ROC and DEE (the other stalwarts of the ICE4 other than ICE itself) work on Kodachrome slides as well, but I found that the results were unpredictable and that I could achieve better results myself in Photoshop far more quickly. The GEM ROC and DEE features simply took too long and slowed down the scanning unacceptably. The results, for me, were not worth the additional scanning time.

The good news: The scanner is fast and does produce wonderful wonderful detailed scans, easily demonstrating the grain in the transparancies at 3000 and 4000 dpi. The Kodachrome slides were a challenge to the Dynamic Range of the scanner, but I believe that most of the detail in the shadows that is there was extracted. Unfortunately, Kodachrome, with all of its many attributes, does have substantial downsides including a very narrow exposure latitude and shadow detail is simply lacking. I think the scanner accurately reproduced the information including the colors on the Kodachrome slides, with perhaps a slight bluish cast noticed in some cases.

It wasn't until I was finished scanning all of the culled slides that I undertook to scan my select color negatives. And this scanner really came into its own scanning color negatives. Don't even TRY to scan color negatives without ICE because the results are unbelievably bad. Even pristine negatives have scratches and pit marks that magically are erased by the ICE feature. What a godsend. I only wish it had worked so flawlessly on the Kodachrome slides. The scanned color negatives were just beautiful with very accurate color rendition. But immediately I noticed much more grain in the color negatives (Royal Gold and Fuji Superia Gold) than in the scanned slides.

One note unrelated to the scanner itself. Until you've used a digital scanner to scan your color negatives you can't begin to realize how far superior Kodachrome, Provia, and Ektachrome slides are to color negatives insofar as capturing detail. Even the best color negatives have much more grain that Kodachrome. And the difference in color negatives is substantial too.

The included Nikon software worked fantastic for me. I downloaded a copy of VueScan which according to many reviews is superior to the Nikon software and found that for me the Nikon software was easier to work with and produced superior results.

The software did cause my computer to crash occasionally which was an aggravation, but a minor one when considered against its many attributes.

I can recommend this scanner without reservation. It is a phenomenal piece of equipment.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best 35mm film scanner under $50,000
The previous generation (CS IV and CS 4000) were hard to top, but Nikon did it yet again. Scans are smooth and gorgeous, color accuracy (provided your monitor is calibrated) is unrivaled and the updated ICE4 including DEE are a blessing. In fact the scans are so good that I have started to prefer CS5000 scans from well exposed Fuji Provia 100F or Astia 100F slides than images from a 6MP DSLR. Hard to believe but thats true.

Did I mention scanning speed ? I timed a 4000 DPI scan with digital ICE turned off, on a P4 2.6Ghz with 1 GB ram and USB2. It took 17 seconds from begining to end (excluding autofocus and auto exposure). Thats right. Actually three seconds faster than Nikon's claim of 20 sec. Beat that Minolta.

IMO the next step up can only be a $50K HowTek drum scanner ;)

5-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic, great for Slides!
I am glad I waited to purchase this scanner; it's an updated version with Digital Ice 4, and for A LOT less than the previous model.

I also purchased the automated Slide feeder with this, and it is nothing short of a miracle! The Digital ROC and Digital ICE is unbelievable with old slides, particularly Kodachromes. There are plenty of customizable enhancement settings to keep me busy for a long time.

I use this for business; this scanner will pay for itself with one bulk slide scanning order.

Love it, love it! ... Read more


4. NIKON 2149 18-70mm Zoom Lens
by Nikon

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Asin: B0001YEOCU
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 2253
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Features

  • Compact 3.8X zoom covers portrait to wide view (76' at 18mm to 22 50' at 70mm)
  • Optimized DX lens design is compatible with every Nikon D-Series digital SLR cameras
  • Three Nikon ED glass elements, plus aspheric element for low distortion and minimized chromatic aberration
  • Exclusive Silent Wave Motor for high-speed auto-focusing with accuracy and super-quiet operation

5. NIKON N75 35MM Autofocus SLR Camera Kit with Two Lenses
by Nikon
list price: $449.00
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Asin: B0000DFI0H
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 2044
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Features

  • Includes 28-80MM and 70-300MM lenses
  • Multi-CAM 900 Sensor ? 5 focus detection areas offer broad horizontal and vertical coverage
  • 3 AF Area Modes -Dynamic AF - Center Subject Priority Dynamic AF - and Closest Subject Priority Dynamic AF
  • Auto Servo AF locks on the subject, whether stationary or in motion, with unique overlap servo method and NIKON Lock-On technology
  • AF sensors work with every AF Nikkor lens, regardless of maximum aperture

6. Nikon SB-800 AF Speedlight for the D70 & other Nikon SLR Cameras
by Nikon

our price: $329.95
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Asin: B00015GYU4
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 252
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Compatible with both digital and film SLR cameras
  • Auto flash control is set to match the camera body
  • i-TTL Balanced Fill-Flash control with the D2H Digital SLR
  • D-TTL Balanced Fill-Flash control and Auto Aperture Flash (AA) with D1 Series and D100 Digital SLR cameras
  • TTL and Non-TTL Auto Flash (A) with film cameras

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Electric Sun
I bought the Speedlight to take to Europe with a new D100. It worked fantastic. I was able to light the ceilings of every church and castle we visited. The light is bright and very fast. The color digital image was true to the actual color - no yellow tinge at all. Close-ups were great. NO red-eye on any shot and no washed out images. I took about 1200 pictures and used the Speedlight on about 500 of them. Everyone was perfect. Took the shadows right out of the pictures in bright sunlight. There should be no doubt about whether it is worth the dollars - it is every one of them. ... Read more


7. Nikon SB-600 Speedlight Flash for Nikon Digital SLR Cameras
by Nikon

our price: $213.94
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Asin: B0002EMY9Y
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 228
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Features

  • Versatile remote speedlight for the Nikon Creative Lighting System
  • Available options with D2H Pro Digital SLR and D70 Digital SLR: i-TTL Mode, Advanced Wireless Lighting, FV Lock, Flash Color Information and Wide Area AF illuminator
  • Accurate, seamless fill-flash capability under the most difficult, tricky lighting situations
  • FV Lock (Flash Value Lock) allows you to change the compostition or zoom for the shot while maintaining desired lighting of the subject
  • Auto FP High Speed Sync Mode when used with D2H Pro Digital SLR delivers needed fill flash in bright light or with wide aperture Nikkor lenses

8. Nikon EN-EL7 Li-ion Rechargeable Battery for Coolpix 8400 & 8800 Digital Camera
by Nikon

our price: $44.99
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Asin: B0006281SU
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 108
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Features

  • 1100 mAh capacity
  • 7.4 volts
  • Compatible with Nikon Coolpix digital camera models 8400 and 8800
  • Up to 260 shots on a single charge
  • Rechargeable lithium-ion battery

9. Nikon ML-L3 Remote Control
by Nikon

our price: $16.99
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Asin: B00007EDZG
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 89
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Features

  • Slim wireless remote instantly triggers shutter without disturbing camera
  • Ideal for subjects that are difficult to approach or for minimizing vibrations
  • Includes pouch
  • For use with Nikon D70, N65, N75, F65, Pronea S, Nuvis S, Lite Touch 110s, and 130 ED cameras
  • Also used as replacement or spare for Nikon Coolpix 8400 and 8800

10. Nikon Coolpix Camera Case for 4200 & 5200 Digital Cameras
by Nikon
list price: $17.95
our price: $13.94
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Asin: B0002AHQSM
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 93
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11. Nikon Camera Case for Coolpix 8800 Digital Camera
by Nikon

our price: $24.99
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Asin: B0006281RG
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 115
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12. Nikon MSV-01 Coolwalker Digital Storage Photo Viewer
by Nikon

our price: $549.99
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Asin: B0006283AG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 18238
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Features

  • Store up to 10,000 digital photos on the high-quality 30GB hard disk
  • View your photos on the high-quality 2.5-inch TFT color monitor
  • Compatible with JPEG, TIFF, and other major image file formats
  • PictBridge compatible, outputs directly to a printer
  • Transfer photos directly from Coolwalkers to CF card or to a computer via USB 2.0

13. Nikon EN-EL1 Rechargeable Battery for Nikon Coolpix 775, 885, 995, 4300, 4500, 4800, 5000, 5400, 5700 & 8700 Digital Cameras
by Nikon

our price: $33.99
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Asin: B00005219O
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 45
Average Customer Review: 4.36 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Keep a spare battery handy
  • Compatible with Coolpix 5700, 5000, 4500, 4300, 995, 885, 880 and 775 digital cameras
  • Replaces the Nikon EH-21 Battery

Reviews (14)

4-0 out of 5 stars This is the battery for Nikon Coolpix 775, 880 and 995
You can take a lot of pictures (100+) with the charge on one of these batteries, but its hard to know when your going to run out. Having a second seems a must.

I don' know about the other cameras that use this battery, but the 775 comes with an external charger that charges a battery in less than 2 hours. It also has an interal battery that keeps track of the date & time and is automatically recharged from the fresh EN_EL1 battery. (Some camera settings are lost when you remove the EN_EL1 battery).

5-0 out of 5 stars An absolute must for the 995
I have the Nikon 995, and possibly the only problem I have with it is that it won't show you how much battery life you have left. It shows full, half, and empty, which really doesn't tell you very much. So, I wind up spending a lot of time stressing over whether a "half charged" battery was 30% full, and going to run out, or 80% full, and going to last the whole shoot.
Save yourself the worry, buy a second one.
This battery is a quick recharge (about two hours) and a long life. With the Nikon 995, you should have 110 minutes of use with the LCD, or days of use without it. I kid you not, the battery is good for days of continuous use if you operate without the monitor.
Buy a spare battery, keep one charging at all times. Never worry about batteries again.
Be well,
Indra

4-0 out of 5 stars A satisfied customer?
I received this item in a timely manner, and it was in perfect condition. However, it must have been in a very hot place for awhile, because when I opened the box, the battery was rattling around loose in the box, and had come out of its package; the plastic front part of the package that the battery was actually in had simply let go of the cardboard backing. It wasn't torn, it just let go. Otherwise, I'm very happy with my new battery.

5-0 out of 5 stars Charges Quickly
Did the battery already charge? I guess it did... These batteries seem to charge quickly. They are also compact. I would recommend all users to get at least two batteries, and maybe even three. Once I was out photographing and ran out of battery power after about 1.5 hours. Not having any way to charge the battery on the road, I wasn't able to take any more pictures. Imagine being able to take a beautiful picture, but not being able to do so since you have no battery power. Be good to yourself, and buy another battery or two.

5-0 out of 5 stars Whole lot of battery than generic ones
I have 5700 and have tried other other generic (digipower) battery and they are not the same. you could save couple of buck but not worth it at all. my original 8month Nikon EN-EL1 outlasts generic battery by at least 1/3rd, not only does it lack, the cameria act very strange when battery is low. I think it's definetely worth it. ... Read more


14. Nikon Case & Battery Kit for Coolpix 5900 & 7900 Digital Cameras
list price: $49.95
our price: $39.95
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Asin: B0002FGE8K
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 219
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

one EN-EL5 rechargeable lithium ion battery * carry case with belt loop and adjustable shoulder strap * designed for use with select Nikon COOLPIX cameras * ... Read more

Features

  • For use with the Nikon Coolpix 4200 and 5200
  • Includes one EN-EL5 rechargeable lithium-ion battery
  • Carry case with belt loop, interior pockets, and adjustable shoulder strap

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Quality leather case, but no shoulder strap
When I first opened my shipment I thought that Amazon had sent me the wrong product.The packaging indicates that the camera case and battery kit are for the Nikon Coolpix 4200/5200 cameras, and I had ordered the 5900/7900 kit.Fortunately these cameras have the same dimensions and use the same battery, so it wasn't a mistake after all.

The Amazon product description states that the case is made of "sturdy fabric", so I was pleasantly surprised that it is made of genuine leather.The case has a belt loop on the back and a pocket on the front for storing the spare battery or SD cards.My 7900 fits snugly inside the case and feels reasonably protected.My only disappointment is that a shoulder strap is not included as stated in the product description.Overall though I'm happy with my purchase and recommend this camera kit to anyone who can live without the shoulder strap. ... Read more


15. NIKON EN-EL3 Lithium Ion Battery Pack for D100
by Nikon

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Asin: B00007E80J
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 153
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • replacement or extra rechargegale battery pack for the Nikon D100 Digital SLR Camera

Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars Not to honest
I got my Lithium lon Battery Pack in almost two week as they told me. Some how the address on envelope had my zip code blacken out as was my lab address. The picture on Amazon showed a Nikon Battery with the name on it.
But the one I received do not have Nikon any were on it, and upon turning it over it said make in China. Japan is not in China to my knowledge China doesn't make Nikon product. This is not my first Nikon product!
I will have to test this to see if it really works, if you are not selling Nikon just say it's a copy. Yes, the price should have told me something but they showed a Nikon product,yet they sold me something make in China not to honest in my book.! ... Read more


16. Nikon MH-53 Battery Charger (Charges EN-EL1 Battery) for Coolpix 775, 885, 995, 4300, 4500, 4800, 5000, 5400, 5700 & 8700
by Nikon

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Asin: B00006FDUD
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 112
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • For charging the Nikon EN-EL1 Li-ion rechargeable battery
  • Approximate charge time of 2 hours
  • Compatible with Coolpix 775, 885, 995, 4300, 4500, 5000, and 5700 digital cameras

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Good product, good price
They offer a battery charger, then you receive that. The product is good, it's little, you could carry it wherever you go. It charges the battery in only two hours.

3-0 out of 5 stars Okay, it's a battery charger
I may be a little naive, but I was expecting an actual battery with my battery charger. Other than that, it's fine. It works and it charges the battery in the stated time. ... Read more


17. Nikon FCE9 Fisheye Converter Lens for Coolpix 5400, 5700, 8700, 8400 & 8800 Digital Cameras (requires converter adapter)
by Nikon

our price: $234.94
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Asin: B0000AN0XX
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 1637
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Features

  • Approximately 183 degree coverage
  • Can be used as a full-frame or an 8mm circular image lens
  • Compatible with Nikon Coolpix 5700,5400 and 8700

18. Nikon TC-E17ED Tele Converter Lens for Coolpix 5700, 8700 & 8800 (requires converter adapter)
by Nikon

our price: $419.99
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Asin: B00062824I
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 1623
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19. Nikon Case and Battery Kit for Coolpix 4800 Digital Camera
by Nikon

our price: $44.95
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Asin: B0006ZF9C8
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 1433
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20. Nikon CF-D70 Semi Soft Case for D70 Digital SLR
by Nikon

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Asin: B0001OH8PU
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 249
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Features

  • Protect your Nikon SLR from abrasion and everyday wear
  • Semi-soft case design for convenience and security
  • Quick and easy to store and remove camera from case
  • Elegant black color with Nikon logo
  • For use with Nikon D70 with DX 18-70 lens

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