Nikon D200

Announced Nov 1, 2005 •
10 megapixels | 2.5 screen | APS-C sensor
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Hi I recently took my nikon d200 apart to fix the mini usb port of the side so that I am able to tether, when taking the camera apart I noticed a large metal plate at the back of the camera, It was soldered on, however to get the camera apart i had to take it off. I was wondering what this metal plate was and if I need to re-solder this back on or if I could just put it back in without soldering it.
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Does anyone know if the RRS L-bracket for the Nikon D800 will work on the D810? --Roy'Live now; always make now the most precious time. Now will never come again' -- Captain Jean-Luc PicardNikon D810 / D300 / D200 / D70 / F4s / F2SB / F
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All, I have a D200 and a D300, but I've lately wanted something with better low-light capability. I've been holding out for the possibility of a D300 replacement, and while that may still come (who knows?!), I have the chance to purchase a D700 with a Nikon MB-D10 grip, with approximately 34K actuations, for $1150. Seems like a great deal, but I'm wondering what others may think. I've looked at prices at KEH.com, B&H, and Adorama, but it's hard to say for certain as those sites don't list...
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As I near 60yrs of age, Ive been going back to a little film photography, and in many respects, enjoying the results. For over 55years, Ive taught myself photography (last 10yrs digital) , but Ive never got into post processing, photoshop, or lightroom. I'm enjoying thinking about each shot, and noticing how film (color neg) is less harsh on shadow than digital. Ive bought a tidy m6ttl, and a new 50mm summilux. Ive also bought a Olympus OM2, also with a f1.4 50mm lens Ive shot a few rolls of...
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I have an interesting opportunity in front of me. A local camera shop has a pristine D300 with approximately 40m actuations for sale. I recently picked up a very nice D7000 from the same shop. I currently have a D200 and a D80 and obviously wouldn't need 4 DSLR's. I'm thinking of getting the D300 and selling the D80 and D200 leaving me with the D7000 and a D300. The pictures I mostly shoot are family and vacation shots. Would the D300 be worth sacrificing the other two to be used with the D7000?
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We travel extensively, and have enjoyed using the D200 and 18-200 lens since early 2006.... when we have an opportunity to carry gear of that size/ weight (whilst using canon s90 in the pocket for trekking and skiing holidays) We have a trip to India booked, and Im sure that 18-200 lens will still be perfect.... but, which body ?? To be frank, I don't understand the tech detail about improvements to sensors, and I don't post process. I shoot JPEGS, and try and nail the shot through correct...
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I recently picked up a used G1 with Lumix 14-45 lens. I noticed the newer Lumix tele zooms do not have the on/off button for OIS. Will the newer zooms like the 45-150 work with image stabilization? My camera has firmware 1.4 and Lens V1.1 installed. I saw that V1.5 offers menu selection to turn on OIS for one particular panny lens but not the ones I'm interested in. Thanks in advance! --AndyLNikon D200 D80 DMC-G1K
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I am shooting with a Nikon D 200 for inside portarit photography. I have the same settings for my entire shoot which incudes an AUTO W/B and two free standing flash's with umbrellas. This works great with even colouring until I go outside and take shots. I come back inside and the next 10 mins of shots have either a blue or pick colour change to them. After 10mins it goes back to normal. Does this camera require time to re adjust its sensor from daylight to inside???? Would it be more...
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Yes, I know this is a MUCH older camera, and lots  of others do MUCH more, BUT this is all I could currently afford, and will upgrade in maybe 6-8 months. My Main question is, my daughter is in dance, has her dance show coming up in extrememly low lighting gym. Yes they turn the lights out and only use spot lighting. All I currently have is the old 70-210 4-5.6, and a 50mm 1.8. I maaaaaay rent a 70-200 2.8. I understand from what I read, ISO over 800 on this camera is just OK...I would think...
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I’m after a little bit of help……. I’ve been looking for a (preferably new; bought on Ebay etc) camera specifically to shoot 1:1 and 16:9 aspect pics. I’m after a camera where I can either use an evf or the back lcd (probably the best option in regards to budget etc) to view the image as I shoot it. However; I do prefer an evf... What is the best bang for buck in the Samsung range of cameras to use? I’ve been trying to follow all the model iterations but am a bit lost with all the variations....
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