Cross-ranged, five-area autofocus system
Focus Tracking with Lock-On™
Built-in AF-Assist Illuminator
Center-Weighted Metering and Spot Metering
Built-in Speedlight: guide number 12/39 (ISO 100, m/ft.); 28mm lens coverage
QD (F80D) and Data Imprint (F80S) versions
Custom settings of 18 functions (19 functions with F80S)
Choice of 1) Dynamic AF, 2) Closest-subject-priority Dynamic AF and 3) Single Area AF
Vari-Brite Focus Area display provides at-a-glance AF-area confirmation
3D Matrix Metering (with D-/G-type Nikkor lens)
Four exposure modes ([P], [S], [A], [M])
3D Multi-Sensor Balanced Fill-Flash capability
On-Demand Grid Lines can be displayed in viewfinder (with Custom setting #4)
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Camera wouldn't work after 9 years unused

Apr 18, 2014 by
Maumee, OH, USA
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After sitting unused for 9 years after I started buying Nikon DSLRs, my N80 wouldn't turn on after I put new batteries in it today. But after 5 or 10 minutes, it began to regain first its display and then its shutter and autofocus capabilities and appeared to be working normally. I turned it off and went to work. After I arrived home about 8 hours later, with the camera off, the LCD panel showed the [E] indicating no film loaded, as normal, but the whole thing went dead when I turned the camera on. I removed and reinstalled the batteries, and the camera again worked normally and continues to do so a couple of hours later. What's going on? Did an internal battery or capacitor have to recharge? An electrolytic re-form? Is repair advisable?
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Maumee, OH, USA
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Maumee, OH, USA
Age: Over 65
Favorite Subject: Travel
Nikon Family: 21+ years
Experience: More than 10 years
Role: Serious passion, hobbyist
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