Nikon D200 Picture!!!

Started Sep 23, 2005 | Discussions
czornyj
czornyj Regular Member • Posts: 143
Nikon D200 Picture!!!

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DxO One
BairPhoto Regular Member • Posts: 166
Could be

Well it looks like a cr@ppy enough photo to be legit.

Plus, what is that lens on it? It looks to be 18-200. You can easily make out the 24mm mark on the top, and it has one more mark on the wide angle, which must be 18mm. The other marks look like they go to 200.

This seems to some-what substantiate the claim of an AF-S VR 18-200 3.5-5.6 DX lens.

I would love to have that lens if is was even decent. The results wouldn't be stellar, but the range would be, and sometimes that matters more to me.

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MertzPhoto Regular Member • Posts: 402
It all seems to...

back up what Jeff-c (and his new alias) said the other day. He has been 100% accurate on his "leaks" so far. He said the other day that he got to hold a pre-prod D200 with a 18-200 VR. For anyone experienced with photo-manipulation (like me), all the other D200 images were obviously fakes. This is most certainly very real looking. My money says this is the real deal. And it looks like a BEAST!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Peruna88 Regular Member • Posts: 323
Re: Nikon D200 Picture!!!

If it is real, it looks very good and this encouraging for all of us Nikonians.

If fake, then it is the most clever fake yet with the blurry images and all.

With all the other "D200" so obviously fakes, I tend to believe this one is legit. Can't wait to see if it pans out.

If true, really does look like a F100 work up which would be great yet still maintains a pop-up flash.

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pdw Contributing Member • Posts: 689
by far the most likely one yet.

The back looks much too different than any existing camera to be a photochop. I'm encouraged.

Matt Kuether Regular Member • Posts: 230
Looks good, but...

Where are the ISO and WB buttons. On top of the command dial maybe?

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alabaster Senior Member • Posts: 1,581
SPECS

The D200 approximate specification is :

1. 10.4 million pixel CCD, 4 channels high speed read, supports 5FPS RAW, but does not have the D2x two times crop option

2. Based on F6 body, but modified and having less metal in the construction However, the feel of the body is similar to that of the F6

3. Based on F6 11 point focus pattern, but there are a further 7 focus points to choose from (This bit is a bit hard to fathom)

4. 2.5" LCD, 230,000 pixels

5. Same in camera flash as D70, but with the addition of more formidable flash control functions

6. Outstanding power source and power management system management system, uses a new 1,500 mAH lithium battery in the hand grip, or 6 nickel metal hydride batteries externally (MBD200??). So one may choose battery type, and the camera electronics fully displays the nickel hydrogen battery the performance.

7. Outstanding high ISO performance ability: the sensor has very good performance at ISO 3,200.

8. The APS size (DX) sensor use has enabled further advances in lens miniaturization, as powerfully illustrated by the simultaneously released AF-S VR 18-200/3.5-5.6DX. Not only does this greatly enhance user convenience, but the image quality is should satisfy even a nitpicking specialized photographer's eye! Long live DX!

9. Outstanding performance for the price (Less than the Canon 5D but not half the price)

10. Like the D2 series, manual lens specification can be input.

11. Available before Christmas, so there will be many people jumping with joy at the bright D200 show jumping out of their gift box!

The new four small lamps micro distance dodges the lamp (?)

BUT IS ANY OF IT TRUE?

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pdw Contributing Member • Posts: 689
What has he said about the sensor?

10MP?

pdw Contributing Member • Posts: 689
Those pics show a pop-up flash.

Therefore, I don't think it's F6 based, assuming the pics are the real deal.

If the pop-up flash acts as an iTTL master, it'll actually be a useful feature for once.

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Auto industry vs camera industry

I've always wondered at the relatively tightly controlled leakage in the camera industry. In the auto industry, leaks are a fine art - often they'll drive a future car with some feature or design element they're unsure about someplace where they KNOW the spy photogs are waiting, and then listen to the verdict from the market. Seems like it'd be a good way to settle this or that design spec for cameras.

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alabaster Senior Member • Posts: 1,581
Re: SPECS - flash

This is just a guess re the new flash functionality -

The D70 has some limitations on wireless control; you can only use remotes set on channel 3 for instance. The D200 probably gives you full SB 800 master functionality from an in camera flash.

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OP czornyj Regular Member • Posts: 143
according to my infos

it'll have 11 or 13,5 MP Nemos sensor, or Sony's new version of 12MP CMOS

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fabgo Senior Member • Posts: 1,300
Where is the compact flash slot? (nt)
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Hendrix HK Contributing Member • Posts: 555
Re: The new four small lamps micro flash

look like this, just with 4 small lamps .

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kccheng Regular Member • Posts: 278
Re: SPECS

ok i really read chinese, and the title of this listing was...
consolidation of the info floating around the net!

and, "The new four small lamps micro distance dodges the lamp (?)"

they was talking about a new macro flash. the orginal wording was a bit strange, it should means a new macro flash with 4 little iluminating unit.

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czornyj
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probably it's wireless ;-) (nt)

:))))

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Peruna88 Regular Member • Posts: 323
Re: SPECS

Thank you for the nice translation.

alabaster wrote:

The D200 approximate specification is :

1. 10.4 million pixel CCD, 4 channels high speed read, supports
5FPS RAW, but does not have D2X the 2X crop option

On line with Sony's new sensor and fits previous rumors. Also allows the D2X to have a bit of an edge. Perhaps a 1.6 crop, however, if it is the Sony sensor.

2. Based on F6 body, but modified and having less metal in the
construction However, the feel of the body is similar to that of
the F6

Sounds life a perfect prosumer, upgrades the D70, but still leaves room for the D2 series.

3. Based on F6 11 point focus pattern, but there are a further 7
focus points to choose from (This bit is a bit hard to fathom)

Sounds like CAM-2000 - that'd be great.

4. 2.5" LCD, 230,000 pixels

Wow. Same as the D2's, nice inclusion!

5. Same in camera flash as D70, but with the addition of provides
more formidable flash control functions

Yeah. Very important for this segment, as it can be a master to a SB600 or just use as is.

6. Outstanding power source and power management system management
system, uses a new 1,500 mAH lithium battery in the hand grip, or 6
nickel metal hydride batteries externally (MBD200??). So one may
choose battery type, and the camera electronics fully displays the
nickel hydrogen battery the performance.

They much balley-hooed verticle grip option. Nice to have.

7. Outstanding high ISO performance ability: the sensor has very
good performance at ISO 3,200.

Good. Like the Hi2 on the D2s but a more straight -forward naming. Again, ups the D70s.

8. The APS size (DX) sensor use has enabled further advances in
lens miniaturization, as powerfully illustrated by the
simultaneously released AF-S VR 18-200/3.5-5.6DX. Not only does
this greatly enhance user convenience, but the image quality is
should satisfy even a nitpicking specialized photographer's eye!
Long live DX!

No need for full frame here, if Nikon ever decides to go that route.

9. Outstanding performance for the the price (Less than the Canon
5D but not half the price)

I am guessing about $2000 which while a stretch for many serious amatuers and semi-pros, may be such a great camera that it tempts nonetheless.

10. Like the D2 series, manual lens specification can be input.

11. Available before Christmas, so there will be many people
jumping with joy at the bright D200 show jumping out of their gift
box!

Would be good timing.

The new four small lamps micro distance dodges the lamp (?)

BUT IS ANY OF IT TRUE?

If it is, then Nikon has really responded with a hard counter-punch to Canon's gut after being on the ropes for a short while. Let's hope it is.
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RudivanS Veteran Member • Posts: 4,471
Pop-up Flash - no thanks

Having the popup flash means the viewfinder will suffer as in smallish.
Less room for the prism.
I have no nead for popups.
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Erik Novich Senior Member • Posts: 1,399
Where is the CF door???
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HAE Senior Member • Posts: 1,028
Re: according to my infos

what is the Nemos sensor? you are the second person mentioning that Nemos thing on this forum? where is this Nemos info. coming from?

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