Nikon D100

Announced Feb 21, 2002 •
6 megapixels | 1.8 screen | APS-C sensor
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Hi all, which camera would you choose between the following and why?: Canon EOS D100 Canon EOS D700 Nikon D3300 Nikon D5300 Sony a58 Pentax KS-1 I am new to the photography world, but I wish to start and learn something about it. For that reason, I wish to buy a good entry level camera that can be upgraded in the future, in order to reach a very high standard of quality. If you have any other camera suggestion, please feel free to write your suggestion here and also try briefly to explain me...
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I always used Kirk L-bracket in my cameras, starting with D100, followed by D200 and D300S. I was strongly biased to consider Kirk also for a possible D810. Kirk considered it was not needed to develop a new L-bracket for the new Nikon released camera and they are marketing the prior L-bracket for D800 as also fitting the new D810. The single review I read in B&H site relating both the L-bracket and D810 looks disagree completely. My question is what L-bracket for D810 (without grip)? Usually...
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Hi! I am a beginner and I have a question that I hope someone can help me with. I have a entry level nikon and I feel like it is time to get a more advanced camera but I am somewhat broke and can't afford a new one. I have found a d100 that is in my price range but I know that it is older and thats fine with me but I am wondering if it is too old to be worth getting. I am worried that my d3100 is more advanced that the older d100. So should I go ahead and get the d100 or wait until I have...
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Hi all So, while shooting at a Navy ceremony, I noticed that the light 'bleeds' from a white surface, like a white hat, or a back-light situation, into the darker areas next to it. I used the in-camera flash and the 18-55 nikkon lens (See cropped pictures below). While I understand that it was a high contrast situation, since it was a indoor event with dark uniforms and white hats, I don't remember such heavy bleeding with my previous cameras (D50, D70, D100, D200...). Though, I did use ISO...
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By: lspencer001 (11 months ago)
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hello. I found a deal that I just couldn't pass up on. I found a nikon d100 in great shape that came the the charger and the two battery cradle that attaches to the bottom of it. it came with two good batteries all the $70. the only problem is that it had no lens. I have an old minolta maxxum QTsi camera that has several lenses. I was hoping that these lenses would fit but they do not. is there an adapter that I can buy so I can use my old lenses or do I have to buy all new lenses. thanks.
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Just got my Panasonic G6 2 lens kit and decided that along with it I would get Lightroom 5. I know this isn't a camera question but there are a lot of Lightroom gurus here who can probably answer this quickly. Is there no way to use Lightroom without having to catalog, library and import all of my pictures? I have thousands of pictures taken with 7D, Eos M, Nikon D80, D100, point and shoots etc. and the task seems quite daunting. I've been using Photoshop for years and have my pictures stored...
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Haven't posted in awhile but I have a question to pose to the forum. Getting older, it's harder to carry my equipment for long periods of time and am seeking advice on if I should switch to lighter equipment (and if so, what would you suggest). I mainly shoot nature, landscapes and macro. I wouldn't be totally averse to going back to DX format as I've owned the D100, D200 and D300. Here's the current lineup: D700 body Nikon 24-70mm, f2.8 Nikon 70-200mm, f2.8 VR Nikon 28-300mm VR Nikon 50mm,...
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Hi everybody, I am sort of going back in time these days with my new-to-me D200, I just ordered an F-mount pinhole lens/body cap on the bidding site. I am told it's sort of 48mm f/160 equivalent or so and - oh yes! - it doesn't have a focus ring. ;-) Any tips on using it with the D200? Anybody has ever tried a pinhole lens on their D100/D200/D300? Thanks a lot for your help! --AndrewNovice photographer
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I recently sent my D800e for repair and got it back from the repair center in Melville NY with a form letter saying they could not repair the camera. No specifics. The damage sustained when I was hiking. I slipped and fell on my ass. The lens (70-200 vr2) cracked the bayonet mount. The camera and lens were in my back pack loaded horizontally. I had a bad experience with Melville years ago when I sent in a D100. Is there another repair center?
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As I have a (decades old) Nikkor 200-600 zoom from analog times, I tought it worth the 100 Swiss Francs and picked up a D100 'as is' (rather than an adaptor to use the Nikkor on my Oly E-620) and experiment. Bright areas in images taken with the D100 are doted with little specs, in particular a cloudy sky. Is there any way to deal with the cause of these spots oneself (where actually is the dirt in the camera) or is it best left to a pro service? Any idea of costs?  TNX -- Ren
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