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1. Nikon One Touch 90 QD Zoom Date
2. Nikon One Touch 90s QD Zoom Date
3. Nikon Nice Touch 35mm Camera
4. Nikon Lite Touch 35mm Camera
5. Nikon Zoom 800 Zoom 35mm Camera
6. Nikon Lite Touch 110s 35mm Date
7. Nikon 70 Zoom Dateback 35mm Camera
8. Nikon One Touch Zoom QD Date 35mm
9. NIKON FM10 35mm Camera Kit
10. Nikon Lite Touch 150 Zoom ED/QD

1. Nikon One Touch 90 QD Zoom Date 35mm Camera
by Nikon
Electronics

Asin: B00005MNG1
Sales Rank: 6699
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 38mm-90mm (2.5x) zoom lens ensures sharp, clear pictures
  • Macro/Close Up focuses to wihin 12 inches
  • Real image zoom viewfinder for easier viewing
  • Built-in 10 second self timer
  • 5-mode built-in flash

Reviews (6)

3-0 out of 5 stars Could do better
Nikon's current version of One Touch 90 is relatively low cost but you get what you pay for.Takes great pictures, but the mechanics for the self-opening lens are hit or miss.I've bought two of this camera in four months and have had the lens mechanism fail AGAIN.Yet my One Touch 90 bought in the early 90s lasted 10 years.To avoid this problem, I'd pay the money for the upgraded model One Touch 180.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Quality
I've read many of the reviews written on this camera and must disagree. I've owned this project for about 1.5 years and have rarely had a problem with the quality of the photos.Whereas at least one review commented that the photos turned out "dark and greasy", I can honestly say that I've taken the photos and compared them to the item/animal being photographed and the color couldn't be any closer to reality.The only thing to remember is that if you're trying to take pictures of young children who don't sit still very long, you may want to turn off the red eye reduction (this applies for any brand of camera with red-eye reduction)

1-0 out of 5 stars Only lasted 3 months
I was hesitant to buy this camera because I had a previous model of the Nikon One Touch that only lasted a year.But the price was good, and it seemed to have the quickest response time (time between when I pressed the button and the picture actually took-- important for shooting an on-the-go toddler!)It took FANTASTIC pictures for 3 months, clear, great focus, easy to use.Then the lens started not opening up all the way, I would have to manually pull it open.didn't realize that at my daughter's bday party and got a roll of fuzzy pics back. Now I have a roll of film stuck inside of it from Halloween, it won't rewind, new batteries, everything.I won't be buying a Nikon anymore. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Cameras    2. Cool pix   


2. Nikon One Touch 90s QD Zoom Date 35mm Camera
by Nikon
Electronics

Asin: B0000643QY
Sales Rank: 5184
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 38mm-90mm (2.5x) zoom lens ensures sharp, clear pictures
  • Macro/Close Up focuses to wihin 12 inches
  • Real image zoom viewfinder for easier viewing
  • Built-in 10 second self timer
  • 5-mode built-in flash

Reviews (9)

1-0 out of 5 stars fuzzy pictures
I have to say right up front this camera takes fuzzy pictures! we cannot figure out why! If we eliminate using the zoom that reduces the fuzzy pictures but we still get 2 or 3 in the roll. I recently took a picture of my daughter smiling for the first time and was so excited about gettting the film developed. Of course, there were 2 pictures fuzzy and one was the pic of my daughter smiling. I was mortified. I do not recommend this camera at all and am shopping for a new one. I did look up on the internet and not often but i did find another person with the same problem. I would have taken the camera back but it did not start this problem until 4 or 5 months into use!

5-0 out of 5 stars Good, Economical Camera
If you still want a film camera and don't want to break the bank, this camera is a perfect candidate. Probably the best feature of this Nikon camera that even Nikon's literature won't tell you is the design. No I'm not talking about the way it looks, but rather where things are located. For once a camera maker has located the flash in correct proximity to the lense! Compare this camera to the others when you are in the store (or even online for that matter). The flash is located farther away from the lense than on pretty much all the other makes and models I've looked at. Why is this important you ask? This is one of the few cameras I tried in my quest for a new camera that did not produce garish red-eye. I didn't even need to use the mostly gimmicky red-eye reducing feature to get good pictures. I maybe get one picture per roll that exibits noticeable red-eye... and my house has poor lighting to boot. If the flash on a camera is located far enough away from the lense you don't have the red-eye problem so prevalent in the increasingly tiny cameras you see nowadays. Kudos Nikon! You got it right! Watch... they'll discontinue this design next week or something. Also, the majority of pictures I took were very clear, exhibiting as much, and in some photos, more detail than some of the more expensive, feature laden cameras I tried. I tried Pentax, Olympus, and Canon's new U line. The only issue I have with this camera is the shutter speed (1/200th of a second). If your subject moves quickly, which kids often do... expect some blurred photos. But all the portrait-type shots I took, where the subject was still, were very clear and detailed. Photos taken between 4 to 8 feet were excellent. Photos taken further away or using the zoom extended to max are good, but I wouldn't say excellent, they do appear a little grainy and sometimes out of focus, but I noticed graininess when using the zoom on ALL the little point-n-shoots I tried. Also when using this camera, there is a little circle in the viewfinder used to lock the focus on the subject. This is very accurate, or shall I say touchy, because you need to place the circle EXACTLY on what you want to be in focus. If you place the circle on the subject's shirt, the shirt may be crystal clear, but the person's face a tad out of focus. This is a perfect camera for taking head-n-shoulder group or individual portrait shots. For the price you pay for this, it takes very capable pictures and you don't have to stress about red-eye, mainly because it is built right. I would give this camera 4 stars because of the slower shutter speed, but because it's one of the few cameras I've come across where the lense and flash are laid out correctly, combined with the value pricing, I give it 5 stars.

4-0 out of 5 stars Kevin
This camera is a great buy.The timer function is great for when you want everyone in the picture and there is no stranger around to take it.I have taken many family pictures this way.All pictures seem to turn out great despite our lack of photography knowledge.I liked ours so much, I bought one for my mom and she finally gave up her disposable camera addiction.The result is that she too gets great pictures.Some cameras have too many bells and whistles and some not enough...this one is just right. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Cameras    2. Cool pix   


3. Nikon Nice Touch 35mm Camera
by Nikon
Electronics

Asin: B00000K3QW
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

You can operate the Nikon Nice Touch 3 without any fuss. It has a built-in automatic flash, a built-in barrier lens cap, an automatic exposure, and a fixed focus. It also includes an auto flash with red-eye reduction. Loading the film is simple and winding is automatic. You simply flip a switch to rewind the film at the end of the roll. The Nice Touch 3 kit includes the camera, a Nikon carrying case, and a wrist strap; it runs on easy-to-find AA batteries. ... Read more

Features

  • Focus-free camera
  • Automatic exposure
  • Automatic film operation
  • Automatic built-in flash with red-eye reduction
  • Case and strap included

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Customer From New Mexico
The camera works great! I would say it will work best for someone who wants a no fess type camera. I do however have one concern. When I purchased this camera, I saw no mention of it being a refurbished item. Theone I received appears to be so, at least according to the stamp on thewarranty card that changes the 1 year warranty to a 90 Day Warranty becauseit is refurbished. So check before you buy.

5-0 out of 5 stars Good, inexpensive and reliable camera!
I bought this camera about a year ago and I love it. I didn't have much money so I bought this Nikon camera, but even though it is so inexpensive, it is an excellent camera. It never gives me those red-eyed pictures. Mypictures are always really clear.So for those people out there who want agood, inexpensive, reliable camera , I would recommend this camera.That'sjust my little ol' opinion.:) ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Cameras - 35 MM (35MM)    2. NiceTouch   


4. Nikon Lite Touch 35mm Camera
by Nikon
Electronics

Asin: B00001R3W5
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

The Nikon Light Touch 35mm camera is compact and fully automatic. The large true-image viewfinder means you won't have to squint while you shoot. The Nikon Light Touch also features a switchable panoramic option. It has a built-in automatic flash, built-in lens cap, and autofocus that can handle close-up shots. The two-shot self-timer gives you a second chance if someone blinked in the first shot. ... Read more

Features

  • 35mm point-and-shoot camera
  • Built-in flash
  • Large viewfinder
  • Panorama mode
  • 2-shot self-timer

Reviews (8)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great little camera
I bought this camera 7 years ago, right before I got married.We were going to the Mountains for our honeymoon and wanted a reliable, small, easy-to-load camera.We also wanted a panoramic feature to be able to take photos of the exquisite scenery.This camera fit the bill wonderfully.It is super-easy and quick to load--always a plus.All of the features--timer, tripod mount, various flash options, macro capability--make it extremely versitile.Honestly, I haven't used the panoramic mode since my honeymoon.But I have put many, many rolls of film thru it over the past 7 years and all the photos turn out wonderfully.If there is one negative, it is the wide-angle lens the camera has.Sometimes, objects that'd be easy to shoot with a normal camera come out as little specks (imagine looking down at people from the top of a tall building: they're teeny tiny).Overall, however, it is superb.

3-0 out of 5 stars OK, but nothing special
I've had this camera for a couple of years and have used it for family events, etc. When some friends and I went to Yosemite, I noticed that their point-and-click cameras got better results. It's a fine camera, but you can't zoom in or out at all. It only has two settings: either for mountains or for up close. Also, I've accidentally dropped it a couple of times and the batteries, film, everything has shot out of it. It didn't break, but it's not super durable either. Anyway, it's fine, but next time I'm going to spend a little more money for one with more features.

5-0 out of 5 stars Looking to buy my SECOND camera
I bought a Lite Touch when it first came out 5 or 6 years ago - a lot of pros I work with also did so. Read more

Subjects:  1. Cameras (Camera)    2. 35MM (35 MM)    3. Point and Shoot (Click)    4. Panorama Switch (switches) mode (modes)    5. Auto Focus, Autofocus   


5. Nikon Zoom 800 Zoom 35mm Camera
by Nikon
Electronics

Asin: B00001SI8P
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Editorial Review

The Nikon Zoom 800's powerful 3.4x zoom lens extends photo opportunities with traditional Nikon quality. The dial mode makes operation easy and versatile, and lights up in the dark for great nighttime shots. The multi-autofocus system assures picture sharpness, and the Nikon Zoom 800 also offers a spot autofocus option. Exposure is automatic, and special programs help you through otherwise complicated picture-taking conditions. ... Read more

Features

  • 38 to 130 millimeter 3.4x power zoom lens
  • Aspheric lens design for high performance
  • 7-sensor multi and spot autofocus
  • High-power built-in flash
  • Versatile dial operation

Subjects:  1. Cameras (Camera)    2. 35MM (35 MM)    3. Zoom800   


6. Nikon Lite Touch 110s 35mm Date Camera w/ Zoom
by Nikon
Electronics

Asin: B00006CXXB
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Effortlessly take photographs of sweeping mountain ranges and close-ups of flowers with Nikon's 110s 35mm camera. Weighing only 7.6 ounces, the compact 110s gives you a wide range of shooting options with its 2.9x (38-110mm) zoom lens. The active autofocus system lets you effortlessly take sharp photos without taking you out of the moment. The built-in flash illuminates clearly and the red-eye reduction feature always comes in handy. The viewfinder has easy frame marks to help you center your image properly.Read more

Features

  • Versatile 2.9x (38mm-110mm) Nikon Zoom lens moves seamlessly from sweeping landscapes to tight close-ups
  • Compact stylish body with titanium colored finish with sliding lens cover
  • Auto film loading--frame advance, rewind and mid-roll rewind makes operation foolproof
  • Real-image viewfinder offers frame markes for optimal centering
  • Built-in quartz date function prints the date or time on the front of every picture

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars EXCELLENT LITTLE CAMERA
I really enjoy my 110S. I like a camera that does the thinking for me.This has the Active AutoFocus system which really works great; and the zoom is superior and easy to operate. Go from a panoramic to close-ups with ease. Anytime Flash system picked the right setting indoors and out; without any redeye.The viewfinder helps you center your subject and the LED tells you when to focus and the setting is correct. don't know about the other review who panned this little gem but mine is one of the best camera's I've ever had

5-0 out of 5 stars I GOT THIS CAMERA!!!
I got this camera and it was great!! Now I want to upgrade for free... SOUNDS GOOD< RIGHT???
2-0 out of 5 stars It was not good camera for me
I tried 2 rolls of film (one 400 and another 800 speed) with this camera. I got about 10 good quality picture (not excellent) and others were bellow average. I returned this camera after that. Read more

Subjects:  1. Cameras    2. Cool pix   


7. Nikon 70 Zoom Dateback 35mm Camera
by Nikon
Electronics

Asin: B00005MO4K
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Subjects:  1. Camera (Cameras)    2. 35 mm (millimeter)    3. Photograph (Photography)   


8. Nikon One Touch Zoom QD Date 35mm Camera
by Nikon
Electronics

Asin: B00000K1R9
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Editorial Review

The Nikon One Touch Zoom 70QD offers autofocus and a relatively powerful zoom in a small package. The 38 to 70mm zoom lens comes built-in with a barrier lens cap. The camera has a built-in automatic flash with Red-Eye Reduction and Fill Flash modes. It also includes a self-timer mode. ... Read more

Features

  • Fully automatic 35mm camera
  • 38 to 70mm power zoom lens
  • Built-in flash
  • Self-timer
  • Easy-to-read viewfinder

Subjects:  1. Cameras - 35MM (35 MM)   


9. NIKON FM10 35mm Camera Kit
by NIKON
Electronics

Asin: B00006I5JN
Sales Rank: 399
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • In this kit, the FM10 body is fitted with Nikon's 35mm to 70mm lens
  • Full manual control
  • Selectable shutter speeds up to 1/2000th of 1 second
  • 'B' Setting
  • Depth of field Preview

Reviews (4)

3-0 out of 5 stars An Honest Review About An Honest And Faithful Workhorse-the Nikon FM10!
I really hope that this short review is of some help to those who are out there searching for a nice and affordable camera to buy. There are so many to choose from and so many different ways, especially with shopping via the Internet, to purchase cameras that it helps to have someone help out. You'll find that the Nikon FM-10 is lightweight, but as durable as some cameras that are much more expensive.
5-0 out of 5 stars What is wrong with it? NOTHING!
I bought this camera brand new and I have to that it is a great camera. I needed a new 35mm fully manual but didn't feel like spending a fortune. I read the specs on the camera and bought it. It is one hell of a work horse. Anyone who bashes this camera has not used it.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Newest Incarnation of Nikon's Veritable Classic.
The FM series of cameras from Nikon has a long and distinguished history.The FM10 is a totally manual camera with through the lens center weighted metering.The beauty of the manual system is that you have a complete range of shutter speeds if the batteries fail.Additionally, you get to set the camera settings how you want to without trying to out think and out smart the auto programming that most cameras have now.In other words, you get to take the picture; not the camera.The FM10 is a sturdy camera that has one of the widest ranges of lenses available to it.There is not a lens that you can think of that can not be found for this camera.Beginners or professionals: anyone that wants to be a photographer and not just a button pusher should get this camera. ... Read more


10. Nikon Lite Touch 150 Zoom ED/QD Date 35mm Camera
by Nikon
Electronics (05 December, 2002)

Asin: B00006RGP4
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

The Nikon Lite Touch 150 compact camera is packed with easy-to-use features and incredible performance. Weighing a mere 7 ounces, you can take the Lite Touch 150 wherever you go. Behind the protective sliding-lens cover lies the powerful 4x Nikon zoom lens (38-150mm). Featuring ED (extra-low dispersion) glass, it displays excellent color and quality with each snapshot. The real-image optical viewfinder zooms in and out with the lens, providing bright, clear viewing, and the wide-area passive autofocus system allows for sharp shots of off-center subjects.Read more

Features

  • Powerful 4x Nikon zoom lens (38-150mm)
  • Real-image optical viewfinder zooms in and out with the lens
  • Built-in flashwith five functions, including red-eye reduction
  • Automatic film loading, frame advance, rewind, and midroll rewind
  • 10-second timer , quartz date function

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars a great little camera
I think this is a great camera.I got it for a trip to Russia a year ago, and it worked really well.My pictures have turned out very clear and sharp.The only problem is that now it's about a year and a half old (having taken about 100 rolls of film), it doesn't always take the picture right away, despite pressing the button and the auto focusing lights coming on.But as long as I am patient, it works well.Pictures are still excellent quality.

3-0 out of 5 stars GREAT CAMERA
THIS IS A GREAT LITTLE CAMERA, VERY PLEASED, BEATS THE HECK OF OF MY CANON ELPH.

4-0 out of 5 stars It stopped focusing after about 11 months
I loved my Nikon Lite Touch 150 until it stopped focusing after about 11 months (but still under warenty).I expect a $200 camera to be more reliable.My original Cannon point-and-shoot has never needed repair in more than 20 years! ... Read more


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