Nikon D200

Announced Nov 1, 2005 •
10 megapixels | 2.5 screen | APS-C sensor
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Hello;         I've thought of adding the Nikon grip to my D7100? I have a grip on my D700 better FPS, and on my D200 extended batt.life. Plus all my cameras have the "L" grips with or without the grip.My D7100 has a RRS "L" bracket and I like it a lot, but I'm wondering is the grip a asset to the D7100? batt. life is good and no increase in FPS, so is there a clear advantage of the grip?  Thanks for comments. My D90 does not have a grip.   "Dog house riley"
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I'm not always quick to adapt to change, especially when something works. I've been shooting my two D200s for years now with good success. However, now that my son is toddling around at an alarming rate of speed, I'm realizing that the AF of the good ole D200 just isn't cutting it anymore. I've been investing in good lenses, and currently have a Nikon 24-70 f/2.8, 50 f/1.4 and 70-300 f/4.5-5.6 VR which will all work just fine on a full frame body. I'm also looking to get into casual event...
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Hello folks.  This is my first time posting in this sony forum.  I know absolutely NOTHING about sony cameras, except that sony makes pretty much everyone else's sensors.  I have no clue what is available out there.  I have owned nikon D200, F5, and D7000 and then I moved to fuji.  I am extremely happy with fuji's IQ and lenses, but they don't have the type of long zoom lenses that I want to use.  Regarding nikon, I don't want to buy a nikon camera.   Having said that, today at a camera show...
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Hello. My case is as follows. I have a d200 with nikkor 24-120 f4, f4 micro nikkor 200 400 3.5 ais + tc modified 16th. I t birds mainly macro. With the modified tc 16 I get an automatic semienfoque (always preenfocando in manual), and I'm pretty happy with the results. What I need is better returns with over 200 isos (the limit I consider reasonable in the d200), since noise is high especially in the shadows, and I lose a lot of detail even with processing. A lot would improve the automatic...
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I am a long-time Lightroom (since original release) user and Nikon DSLR owner (D100 and D200). I have recently pre-order the D7200 also currently use Adobe CC for Photographers. Does anyone know if there will be any issues opening files from the D7200 and/or when Adobe might release a D7200 Camera Profile. Thanks,David
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I recently upgraded from the D200 to the D7000. The difference in ISO noise is pretty radical. I remember trying to shoot birds with the D200 at ISO1600 and it was crap. Sometimes the shutter wasn't fast enough and even if it was the noise was out of control. This last weekend I had the pleasure of shooting with the 18-140mm near the ocean. Seagulls all over the place. I cranked the ISO to 3200 and had a nice shutter speed. In PP they looked great! The noise was acceptable. So my questions...
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Hello everyone. I'm a happy D200 user but I need the great high iso performance and IQ that a FX camera can offer. I mainly shoot outdoors but last year I began to shoot music shows and contemporary dance. When the D750 came to the market for the first time I though "that is the camera that I want". But to be honest the banding problem is not acceptable in any way. One important problem is that I'll buy the new camera on the grey market due to that the official seller has prices that are more...
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"Shooting Menu Bank Shooting Menu Banks are presets which store combinations of the settings you will set in the Shooting Menu. They would make more sense if called Film Settings. Don't complain to me, but these Shooting Menu Banks don't store everything I'd like them to. They aren't Shooting Settings; they are FIlm settings. Drive and focus modes aren't remembered with them..........I set my third, C, for comparing lenses. I call it TEST. I also use this if shooting for time lapse or...
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Hi all, I've been a creature of habit with my gear and my D200 is about to have it's 10th anniversary. Figured it was time to upgrade and cost vs. quality in the Nikon family has led me to the D610 now that they have some great deals on body-only purchases. Biggest problem is FX vs DX. My street, mid and telephoto lenses are all FX, however my Macro 60mm and Wide Angle 12-24 are both DX. Question to those experienced with the fully FX world is what my best options are in the under $700 range...
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Hi all, I've read that a DX lens has a crop factor of 1.5 as compared to FX lens.  But I haven't found much info on an FX lens working on an older camera body such as the D200.  My guess is there is vignetting but what else?  Initially I was researching the Nikkon AF-S DX 35mm f/1.8G but I also use a D4.  I'd like to hear some input on the Nikkon AF 35mm f/2D from users of both a lower and upper end camera body. Thanks!
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