Nikon D2X

Announced Sep 16, 2004 •
12 megapixels | 2.5 screen | APS-C sensor
catz
 
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I absolutly love this camera. It is the best one I have ever had. This will last me a very long time. I wouldn't trade it for the world. For someone like me coming from a Fuji S2, the menu was something I had to learn because there were so many more menu options than the S2 which I didn't mind at all. I love all of the menu options. So many to learn and I love every bit of the learning process. This camera has everything you could want and more. Nikon has outdone itself on this wonderful ...

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newyorkone
 
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Does everything that is should and nothing that it shouldn't do. A joy to use. Problems: None

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Michael Perris
 
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Superb. I think Daniel Gubler's comments are spot-on. I like almost everything about it, particularly it's ruggedness & the fact it's environment-sealed is re-assuring. Battery is good for 400+ shots and if you use the "Compressed NEF (RAW)" mode, you can get nearly 200 shots on a 2GB card. I've taken over 1,650 shots with my D2x since I got it earlier this summer & I still get a big grin "I can't believe I own one!" moment every time I pick it up. The picture quality is to die for. Almost ...

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Glen Cox
 
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Well, i've been through the S1pro, the D1x, D100, Kodak 14n, Kodak SLR/n, D70, and now D2x. I think that this camera is excellent, full stop. Picture quality, ergonomics, battery life, flash, metering, focus, viewfinder...... At 12mp personally believe that the megapixel race is over for all but people who print VERY VERY large fine art photo's (and there you are into a different realm of equipment and expense). Bad news to Nikon - I'm not expecting to need or want to buy another DSLR for ...

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Joan Forrer
 
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Love the Camera! Problems: But still having focusing problems. Had to use my boss' D2H. Mine had continued focusing problems... had locked in for center focus...doing horses at the horse show and it showed the red blink in the center when focusing.... BUT when my boss pulled it up on the computer it had switched and focused on the trees above the horses. Usually have 95 % useable pictures... took 25 had 6 useable. It kept getting worse. Didn't want to focus horozonaly part of the time. ...

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Rich Rosen
 
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Hey Wang Ma; Do you own a d2x; or is a 1dsmkII? I find your dual posts on the same camera very disturbing in that you make no comments. All you do is star rate it. What is your reasoning and why twice? In the absence of an answer, I must that you are a troll for Canon. I am an owner, having owned one since March. The x, as the D2h before it is well thought out tool. It is easy to use and it results are better than any thing else Nikon has made. Is it the ultimate Digital? No But it is d--m close

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Daniel Gubler
 
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Each single shot a pure feeling of pleasure. A big, actually huge and massive body, but high class solid build and sophisticated, brilliant ergonomics. All the switches, buttons and displays (surrounding the body) are extremely well thought-out and accurately placed. The D2x is just fast, works excellent with the SB-800 flash and delivers impressive noise-free, clear and sharp pictures at ISO 100. Based on my experience with the Nikon CoolPix 5000, Fuji S2 Pro, Nikon D70 and at last the Fuji ...

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Excellent...!!!! This camera just does it all...from amazing detail to fast action...! I used to own a Canon 1Ds MKII, and the detail i get on my big prints are at least as good as the higher res 1Ds MKII, i printed a test image from both cameras with the same motif with both, the results are nothing short of amazing, and it made me switch back to Nikon after a year and a half in the Canon camp... This camera is the answer to all my needs... Reallly fast, razorsharp, highres, amazing colors, ...

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Jacques Pontbriand
 
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Nikon surpassed itself when it introduced this year (2005) the Nikon D2X ....... Excellent gamut of tones and saturated colors (NEF), speed and handling is very professional! The 12.2mp will show a finer detailed high resolution that will benefit the advertising and printing world.... nicely done Nikon! PS: Greatly improved over the D1X is the battery system and excellent menus. Problems: My D2X is in the #503xxxx all is working in harmony.

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