Nikon D2X

Announced Sep 16, 2004 •
12 megapixels | 2.5 screen | APS-C sensor
pablo162
 
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Superb camera. It is my main camera for Weddings, Portraits, and advertising work. The handling and speed of this camera suits me down to the ground and for this reason I love the Nikon as opposed to any Canon alternatives, and yes, that is even considering that the Nikon's are not as good with the noise but for me, there is much much more that I want/need from a camera, before I get to noise. Handling, speed, AF speed/tracking/low light, colours, resolution, sharpness and all very very ...

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Pro Photographer
 
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Have used two of these cameras for a year professionally. Sold them. They were not up to the job I needed them for (weddings and potraits, a lot of lowlight situations). I'm sure it's a great camera for other uses. Problems: AWB was too cold. No problem as I shot Raw and warmed it up to reality. Image noise was still acceptable upto 400 iso. Beyond that I couldn't really live with it. Highlights had to be protected with great caution.

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Skyjazzy
 
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Terribly dissapointed, while the first 11mths were wonderfull with regards to this camera performance, in all areas - it went belly up with a fault Nikon can not comment on why it comes up F6 or what it means, nor fix it. After going into Nikon repairers 4 TIMES I am left with a lemon, that may work for a few weeks then jam. Problems: Yes...jams intermently showing F6 and Nikon cant repair, [Nikon has had camera + lenses 4 times] Now well and truley out of warranty and no service from Nikon ...

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haika
 
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simply fantastic. never let me down, always delivers highest quality. it should be paired with the best nikkors available to really draw everything this camera can deliver. using cheap glass is a waste of the csamera's potential. Problems: none

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plaintiger
 
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ah, Joseph P. Paoluccio...another one "reviewing" the D2x without ever having touched one. undoubtedly a shooter of some other make of camera, and jealous. i don't blame you - there's much to be jealous of here. alright, enough of these three-star goofballs...let's talk about the camera. my D2x was (and is) my first pro-level camera - i stepped up - *way* up - from a Minolta DiMAGE 7Hi. while i was on the waiting list for a D2x i fretted some: was i really ready for a professional camera? was ...

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Aspriotis
 
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Amazing pictures. With the newest firmware update you get nearly a D2XS at a lower price. This is a challenge. Nikon made a really great job, altering the mentality of companies, which mostly have only selling figures in mind even in this price class. I won’t say much for the camera, because mostly everything is covered by other fellows on this site. It is surely one of the best cameras on the market, built with known and reliable Nikon quality and with its own “personality” in producing the ...

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Peter Hon Wah Wong
 
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Noise level is a little bit high for high ISO.. very good image quality at low ISO.. still have room for improvement

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Roy23
 
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25,000 images and still happy! This is a great camera that is easy to use and gives wonderful results. I have used it with a wide range of lenses (from 10.5mm to 500mm) and I consistently get images that are the envy of my friends. Problems: My only (very slight) disappointment is that when used above ISO 800 there is a little too much noise in the images.

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RamboTan
 
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I owned a D200 and really loved it. For its price, it was really unbeatable. Then came the opportunity to purchase a D2X... didn't think there was much to improve over the D200. It was not a day against night kind of improvement... but there were improvements in several key areas.... Better built (D200 had a flimsy plastic battery grip), better autofocus, high speed crop mode is useful sometimes, much better battery etc... The pictures also had a different kind of feel (not that the D200 was ...

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TLE
 
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What can I say...this IS the top-of-the-line camera from Nikon, well deserved. Problems: A rather loud shutter is the only thing I would like to see bettered.

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