Continuing my explorations with Nikon’s KeyMission 80 camera

I can’t believe it’s been two months already since I’ve been using Nikon’s KeyMission 80 camera.  I posted about my first experience with it and my opinion had not changed since then: the camera’s portability, durability, and ease of use, wins!  Now I, mostly, keep it in my car and grab’n’go when cell phone is harder to use, for one reason or another.

I’ve been posting photos from mixed cameras, but here is a dump of some random shots.

Traffic on my way to the gym.

Night shots are not too bad, either.

Here I was trying for a blurred out of focus shot.  No, seriously, I was going for this effect and it worked.

Now, just a few meters later, I let the camera focus normally.  Yes, night performance is pretty decent, I think.

Trying to catch glare from the sun.

Some leftover Hillary banners on a building that’s almost complete at this point (the photo is a month old).

Driving in Philadelphia is really nice: trees come right up to the car.

Here I tried to catch the construction lights under a bridge on a highway.

We can see the moon, on the way to the Turnpike.

My daily commute from work: not a bad view at all.

Fall is always a great time to drive around, watching the trees.

Oh, I started growing basil at home.  The grow lights work like a charm.

Well, what can I say, having a pocket camera… next to an iPhone… yes, it is a bit of an overkill… but, if you have it, it does come in handy on occasion or two.  Overall, I am very happy with its performance.


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