Includes AF Nikkor 28-80mm f3.3-5.6 G lens and MB-16 battery grip
The Nikon F80 (sold as the N80 in the United States) was one of the most advanced and feature-packed 35mm film SLRs that Nikon ever made.
You can either power the camera with two CR123 lithium batteries or, if you use the included MB-16 battery grip, four ordinary AA batteries.
The included lens is the sharp and versatile AF Nikkor 28-80mm f3.3-5.6 G; read of review of this lens with image samples here.
Condition notes Nearly all F80s suffer from a dreaded cosmetic condition where a very thin coating of synthetic rubber (which was in vogue in the mid to late 90s) goes sticky over time; I spent a very long time cleaning off this coating from the body. It works very well now and feels good to the touch but there is some very subtle cosmetic scuffing on the camera body (see photos). Apart from this, the camera and lens are in very good aesthetic condition and in perfect functional order. We tested the camera with film and it performed perfectly.
Cross-ranged, five-area autofocus system
Choice of 1) Dynamic AF, 2) Closest-subject-priority Dynamic AF and 3) Single Area AF
Focus Tracking with Lock-On™
Vari-Brite Focus Area display provides at-a-glance AF-area confirmation
Built-in AF-Assist Illuminator
3D Matrix Metering (with D-/G-type Nikkor lens)
Center-Weighted Metering and Spot Metering
Four exposure modes ([P], [S], [A], [M])
Built-in Speedlight: guide number 12/39 (ISO 100, m/ft.); 28mm lens coverage
3D Multi-Sensor Balanced Fill-Flash capability
QD (F80D) and Data Imprint (F80S) versions
On-Demand Grid Lines can be displayed in viewfinder (with Custom setting #4)
Custom settings of 18 functions (19 functions with F80S)