Nikon D2X

Announced Sep 16, 2004 •
12 megapixels | 2.5 screen | APS-C sensor
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I'm plan to buy a used DSLR for taking kids photos with a budget of $500. I looked at ebay and found used D2X and D300 are going for roughly the same price. My question is: why people still buy used D2X given they can have D300 for the same price? Is there any magic for D2X? Mark
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Has anyone downloaded an optional Picture Controls like d2xmode1 d2xmode2 and d2xmode3 for their D750?
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Hello,  I currently use a second hand D300 with grip as my main body and I have been given the opportunity to get a D2X with 29600 shots, boxed, with instruction manual, strap, leads and 3 batteries for 330€ (aprox. $390). The camera is in pretty good condition (rated Exc+ mainly because of its age)  What do you think about getting the D2x as second body for that price?
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Good morning Nikonians :) I really need some help with using my D700. I have two concerns and both have to do with color rendition. I shoot uncompressed raw and use mostly 24-70 2.8 and 50 1.4 for portrait and people photos Smaller Concern: #1 Outdoors: No matter the lighting somehow it can never get it right. When taken under cloudy skies I get accurate but somewhat washed out colors (may be slightly overexposed). This is easily corrected in PP and I can batch process them. On sunny days...
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I am considering purchasing a used D2X that has a shutter count around 250000. Other than that the body seems reasonable as is the price. My question is if the shutter should fail - what sort of cost would there be to have it repaired? Thanks in advance. --Mike
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One of our D2x cameras has started to malfunction. Focussing and exposure seems to work but every image is just white regardless of settings. I have tried Auto and manual shooting. One in twenty shots works. There is obviously a fundamental problem with the camera which is pretty old. Can anyone throw any light on what might be the cause. Or is it an expensive trip to Nikon repair? I have cleaned contacts and it is not the lens  at problem as it works fine on another D2x. Jules
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I took about 250 shots using a Nikon D2x on a Scandisk Extreme 8GB memory card this weekend (Wedding) shooting in RAW. I checked the pictures after each shot all looked fine, so I kept shooting. After taking about 250 pictures I noticed my counter was on 550 I clicked the viewer to check all was ok. I changed cards at this point, I can see every file on the CF card (there are about 250.files, all about half the normal size size - 12-16mb) but I can only view in ViewNX2 not edit just view, I...
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By: Lonnie Janzen (Aug 12, 2014)
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I am looking at gettng the MIII. I have been "downsizing" for years. I have gone through the Nikon D2X->D300->Panny G1->Oly OMD. This is my next step. The RX100 looked like just what I wanted. Since I do not worship at the "Temple of Low Light" or do videos. A super fast lens is not vital to me. Most of my photography is travel/landscape/buildings . If you look at my Flickr stream you will see that I think the MIII will fill abouty 90%+ of my needs. My biggest concern is at the other end of...
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I understand when there was the D2x and the D300 why the differentiation between "pro" and "non-pro" DX cameras. But since 2010 there have been cameras like the D5200 and D7000 that were far better cameras than these "pro" DX cameras in almost every respect. I had the D2x, D3, D300 and all their predecessors, and now have the D800e and the D7100 cameras. The IQ from the D7100 surpasses all of these DX cameras by a wide margin. It produces images at ISO 3200 that compare well to those from...
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I used D3S and now D4S, but a situation often bother me. I often shoot sport and animal theme using thumb pushing the AF-ON with 51 points 3D tracking AF-C, then firing the sutter release with my index finger when I find the right moment. My thumb won't leave the AF-ON even after continous shots, so I can keep tracking on the subject and wait another right moment. I suppost this to be a common usage of D3/D4 series, to seperate the autofocusing and shutter release in different buttons. Here...
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