Nikon 16.1MP 42x Optical Digital Camera

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Nikon 16.1MP 42x Optical Digital Camera
Price: $199.99
Shipping Options: $5 Standard OR $9 Two-Day OR $12 One-Day
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Wednesday, Jan 01 to Thursday, Jan 02) + transit
Condition: Factory Reconditioned


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Additional info and great reviews on the product page and tons of more great reviews over at

You can download the manual here.

So this is not some Chinese knock off correct? Does it come with the original Nikon packaging etc?

This is original Nikon with a Nikon warranty. It is factory reconditioned though so it will most likely not come in the original packaging. It will probably come in a brown box.

A “factory reconditioned” item was returned, inspected, and restored to fully working condition by the original manufacturer or a certified partner. And the original manufacturer stands behind it with a warranty. It’s as close to new as you can get without technically being “new”.

Thank you TT!

AWESOME Camera !!! You will not be sorry you bought this, It is the best single body camera I have owned. the zoom is steady and accurate. I used it last night to shoot night shots in rockafeller center etc. they came great. I paid alot more at best buy. so jump on the deal!!!

have a look here before you post a question, it may have been answered already:

Just the same old caveat from me to those hoping to take awesome gym shots of action with this kind of camera. It’s not going to happen, or at least not often.

You need to look at the specifications of the camera and do the exposure math.

This camera’s lens will spend most of it’s life at f/5.6.

Typical gym lighting will require a shutter speed of 1/30th of a second at 5.6 at ISO 400. Not fast enough. Double the ISO to 800 and you get 1/60th. Not fast enough. Double again to 1600 and you get 125th. Not fast enough. Double again to 3200 and you get 250th…barely fast enough.

Plus the focus speed and shutter delay are not as good as a DSLR. Still, you might get lucky of you plan your shot and pre-focus.

You will need to learn how to set the camera for aperture priority and how to set the ISO. If you never learn to do these things, leave the camera at home and just enjoy the game.

For outdoors and other less-challenging shots, it’s nice.

i already pulled the trigger based on the pevious sale’s comments… i doubt anyone will answer me, as it is late NYE… But since I’m stuck at work, maybe someone else is too. Can anyone suggest any “must have” accessories? what is a good tripod for this camera? Also… online " basic" camera courses were suggested by someone… any idea what site is not a waste of money?

I was holding out to get a slr but working EMS means i will probably never be able to afford one or have the amount of time required for that much of a hobby.