Nikon D2Hs

Announced Feb 16, 2005 •
4 megapixels | 2.5 screen | APS-C sensor
RobiG
 

It's good at being cheap and it's good for photographing sport. 4MP really isn't an issue for most things, I used it on plenty of event shoots without issue. Low light performance is acceptable, but not great, it is a 12 year-old camera after all. ISO800 is usable, with ISO1600 it depends but is mostly ok. The Hi-# settings are a real worst case scenario to end up using. I never found much use from the 8fps, but the large buffer was fantastic. It said 40 frames but by the time it had saved a ...

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I got this workhorse second hand for very little money. I use it as an outdoor sports camera and it still performs perfectly. AF tracking is still excellent by today's standard, more reliable at 8fps than the D300/D700+MBD10 I also use(d). There are much fewer AF points than on more recent pro cameras, but enough in most cases. Mains cons (apart from the 4Mp res which is enough for what I use it for) are limited high-ISO IQ (1600ISO is really borderline) and, more importantly, limited DR. I ...

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stphane guitton
 

Nikon user ... with AI lenses ... just a question for Phil Come on Phil, please just end D2HS review for us !!! Thanks a lot

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Baldyone
 

This camera should be priced at no more than $1,400, just like all the other D-SLRs. Why? Read on. I had been a Nikon user before the Digital camera time. Having Nikon F4s and FM2 with a range of lenses from 15mm fish eye to 300mm/f4 all Nikkor lenses, you would have thought that I would go for a Nikon Digital. I considered and reviewed a lot before buying a Digital SLR. But I see that Nikon is not stepping up to the plate as Canon is. To start, I first bought the Digital Rebel, good ...

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