Nikon D200 User Reviews

Announced Nov 1, 2005 •
10 megapixels | 2.5 screen | APS-C sensor
jebo1
 

The Nikon D200 with its 10 megapixel seems to be out of date in 2021. However I would still recommend it over a Canon 80d, sl1, Panasonic Fz 1000 and in some times the Nikon D700. I purchased one on ebay 2 months ago and combined with the Nikon 28-300 it is great for taking snapshots. It shows less detail than a D700 with it's full frame sensor but it has more natural colours. With the 28-300mm Nikon it focusses faster than the D700 why? It has the same layout bu a less brisk shutter slap. ...

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Tanyssa
 

Very good case, I loved it but sold to move into the world of the mirrorless with Fujifilm

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taktak91
 

My fourth DSLR. It was the direct successor to D100. For me, it replaced my D100 and D70, my first and second DSLR (D70 which supposedly replaced my D100 showed CHR Errors, so I had to revert to D100). D200 was released at a turbulent period when cameras were making a transition from film to digital. Before D200, a camera meant film; digital cameras required the prefix 'digital' to differentiate from conventional cameras. Up until D200, DSLRs were designed around a film camera, and were based ...

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What's wrong with this camera? (1) Banding issues when you photograph point light sources (light bulbs, for instance). (2) Excessive battery consumption when GPS is attached. (3) Noise. (4) Grip padding comes off (bad adhesive). That said I apparently used this camera more than any other before or since. Some people ...

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CDNPHOTO12

Some people think the D200 is outdated well you are right. Outdated does not mean a bad camera the D200 has meany functions that most new cameras don't have that I think they should. I thought the ISO would be very bad at ISO 1600 but surprisingly it is actually as good as my previous D3100 up to 3200 ISO. The 10.2 MP sensor works a dream when doing sports and portraiture I though it would be bad because low MP compared to a D7000. The main two things that stand-out that I like the most is ...

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talmy
 

I bought this camera when it first came out and still have it 6 years later, although I had it converted to IR last year (2011). It's been a nice camera for landscape photography, but poor for low light and has bad battery life. In fact, it was the purchase of a GPS unit that led me to replace the D200 for normal use with a D300s -- I could only get 2-3 hours on a battery with the GPS connected because of the way the D200's GPS logic was implemented. It's a sturdy camera, but I wouldn't buy ...

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BryceM
 

I paid only $500 for mine new from Best Buy after it was discontinued. Amazing camera! Served faithfully as D300 backup for weddings. Problems: none

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bazzap101
 

A big step up for me from my D40. However I have kept at it and starting to see the results. I am enjoying the journey. I picked mine up on Ebay several months ago. Only 1600 actuations. The camera is like new. It feels so strong. The buttons soon become 2nd nature. These cams are cheap now so a great way to learn photography. Cheers Problems: No problems so far except initially the weight of it was an issue. I have got use to it now.

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