Well guys, I just went and bought a new D80. I bought a kit actually, so it did come with 1 lens, a 18-55 AF-S Nikkor 1:3.5-5.6 G. So, I came home and charged the battery and plugged in the Sd card and decided to give it a try. So, I took a few shots inside and outside and well, I thought the camera was ok. I wasnt blown away yet. Maybe its because I dont know enough about the camera yet, not sure. One thing I did do is try and take pictures of cars when they passed by the house and increase the shutter speed. And wow, I go some very dark images. Much more sensitive the my regular 35mm SLR's. And that makes me nervous. I'm going to try this thing in the plane some And I'm not sure how to speed up the shutter with the this thing and get the correct exposure. So, I'm still tinkering. Any ideas would be appreciated. Note: When I use a regular 35mm slr, I use to se the shutter to 1/250 sec and used 200 spd film. On this camera, that setting gives me a very dark image. So, I tried a setting of "200 low" as it calls it and it was still too dark, so i then used that setting with a higher iso, like 800 and it helped some. I even tried higher, but the images did look more grainy. LOL grainy on a digital camera, never woulda thunk it. LOL Anyway, any advice guys? Should i adjust the exposure setting some as well. ?