Nikon D200 Q&As

Announced Nov 1, 2005 •
10 megapixels | 2.5 screen | APS-C sensor
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I have updated my gear list. It now is My gear..Z6 ii, FTZ, 24-200mmVR D750, 24-70mf2.8 AF-S D 28-300mmf3.5-5.6 AF-D ED G VR, 16-35mmf4 VR, 50mmf1.4 AF-D,Nikon D200 + 18-200mmf3.5-5.6 AF - D ED G VR SB800 Mezt 52 AF-1Sony RX100M3Nikon F90X In my settings But, as you can see, the gear list desplayed with posts is an old one. Why? --karl reed "let's change the tone-civility is in!"
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I am a dumb LR 6 user. I keep to simple tasks and manage to get what I want. It has served me well over the last 14 years and three DSLR's, D200 D700 and D750. I am now trying to process my Z6 ii NEFs in NX studio, and have a few problems. 1. adding a signature or watermark to an exported image.   I bit tricky with LR6.14  but, now have it under control. Its easy.  It is a even easier in LR under Adobe CC, but I don't want to use CC   I cannot see how to do this with NX Studio. Any...
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Dear Dx users, I have purchased a D200 in mint condition. As always I would like to use my ai lenses. I am used to the menu from the D3 and D700. Here you can enter several non cpu-lenses.  On the non cpu lens menu of the D200 this option appears not to exist. Instead there is some talk about a function key, which I don't understand. I am correct to assume that you have the enter the non cpu data each time after you swithc lenses. Can you use only 1 non cpu-lens? Thank you, Jon
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Has anyone ever been able to get a DSLR, D300 and newer to emulate the Image of a D200? Every DSLR I have had since the D200, D7000/D800;D810 and now, D850 has produced Fecal jpegs. Way too contrasty and weird smeared Pastel Flesh tomes. Editing the RAW files does produce some Great result from what looked unusable in Jpeg.  Has anyone figured out where t set the controls in Picture Control to mimic the way the D200 produced Jpegs?
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I pulled the trigger on one and just received it.  I have the AF 180mm f2.8 but wanted more versatility. I read about the complaints in reviews about AF speed. I'm not a sports photographer, occasionally do birds but not necessarily in flight. I notice the focus limiter and that may help in certain situations. The 180mm doesn't have that. And I wonder whether newer bodies focus faster with screw type AF.  First used AF lenses on a D200, now I have a D700 and D610. I swear I'm going to sell...
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Anyone know how a Nikon D200 records time? It has EXIF tags, two are Date/Time Original and Sub Sec Time. Apparently the time is recorded but split between those two? So the fractional second is in Sub Sec Time? Checking a number of photos, the Sub Sec Time is different so it is measured. Probably different cameras record time differently, I also asked over in a Nikon forum. I am reading the EXIF data and trying to improve my knowledge of exactly when the shutter closes, the D200 records that...
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Anyone know how a D200 records time? It has RXIF tags, two are Date/Time Original and Sub Sec Time. Apparently the time is recorded but split between those two? So the fractional second is in Sub Sec Time? I am reading the EXIF data and trying to improve my knowledge of exactly when the shutter closes, the D200 records that time. I need to know it within a tenth of a second.  Thanks.  --CharlesSoftware Writer, Orbital Mechanics Guy, Amateur Astronomer
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All - After solving several other difficult questions, now another one comes up. I have a Nikon D200 and use it to take photos of satellites, using mostly 10 second exposures. But it appears that the exposures are not exactly 10 seconds. I am trying to think of way to measure the duration, I'd like to know to the tenth of a second. I think that the exposures are a little long. --CharlesSoftware Writer, Orbital Mechanics Guy, Amateur Astronomer
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All - After solving several other difficult questions, now another one comes up. I have a Nikon D200 and use it to take photos of satellites, using mostly 10 second exposures. But it appears that the exposures are not exactly 10 seconds. I am trying to think of way to measure the duration, I'd like to know to the tenth of a second. I think that the exposures are a little long.  I am cross posting to the Nikon discussions.  --CharlesSoftware Writer, Orbital Mechanics Guy, Amateur Astronomer
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I am using an app that can extract embedded files from within folders as well as pictures. My question is as follows: After extraction of the files in the generated Nikon Folder from the D200 .. I am seeing many .arw files (Sony Raw Files) and I am looking for an explanation as to why there would be Sony Raw Files embedded in the depths of the Nikon Raw Folder. Can anyone explain this as this request pertains to an investigation and we need help from camera enthusiasts.   Ps: It is possible...
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