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July/August 2003, D100, Editors Choice Awards
For the second year in a row, the editors of American Photo selected the Nikon D100 as one of their top choices for digital SLR cameras. The 5th annual Editor’s Choice Awards reveal a vast selection of the top imaging products currently on the market. As previously mentioned in the 2002 awards, the Nikon D100 was noted for its affordability, versatility, as well as its compact and lightweight design. This year the editors reiterated that “the camera is a pleasure to work with, offering wonderful handling and top-notch image quality,” whatever a photographer’s stature.
January 2003, D100, "Top Products of the Year 2002"
Nikon’s D100 was voted as the “Top Imaging Product of the Year” for Photo Trade News magazine’s 2002 13th Annual Readership Poll. The products are chosen based on a poll of camera retailers and dealers that comprise the readership of the magazine. PTN’s readership was impressed with the D100’s versatility and high image quality.
November 2002, D100, "Best of What's New"
Popular Science awarded the D100 the prestigious “Best of What’s New” award in the photography category. Chosen from thousands of new products, only 100 winners were chosen in 10 categories. The editors selected the D100 for its advanced autofocus capabilities, light metering and high image quality. This award honors the most important advances in new technology over the past year.
October 2002, D100, Editor's Choice
Nikon’s D100 digital SLR was named an Editor’s Choice by the editors at ZDNet.com. Giving the D100 a rating of 8.5 out of 10 for overall quality and performance, the editors liked the way the camera can “execute commands almost instantly” and is compatible with interchangeable Nikkor lenses. The D100 is a 6.1 megapixel camera that offers high resolution photos and offers five-point autofocus with dynamic AP and focus tracking.
October 2002, D100, Editor's Choice
Nikon’s D100 digital SLR was awarded an Editor’s Choice Award by the editors at Digital Camera magazine based on performance, image quality and overall design. The D100 was chosen for its superior image quality and its compatibility with interchangeable Nikkor lenses. The D100 is a 6.1 megapixel camera that offers high resolution photos and five-point autofocus with dynamic AP and focus tracking.
October 2002, D100, "Hot" Product of the Year
Nikon’s D100 digital SLR camera was named “Hot” product of the year by Electronic Publishing magazine, based on its advanced design and usability, Editors and contributors to the magazine present this award to products that are considered significant milestones in photograph y and that demonstrate new advancements in technology. The D100 was chosen
July/August 2002, D100, Editor's Choice Award
They said it couldn’t be done: a powerful, 6.1 effective megapixel, pro-level digital SLR, within the means of advanced amateurs as well as top pros. Fortunately, “they” forgot to tell Nikon, which shook up the photo world big time with the D100, a compact and lightweight (under a pound!) digicam using a CCD imager the same size as the renowned Nikon D1 Series. Capable of producing 3,008 x 2,000-pixel images, the D100 boasts a full array of top=end Nikon features, among them: 3D Digital exposure control; built-on balanced fill-flash control; five-area Dynamic Autofocus; and high-speed image processing. Storage options include IBM MicroDrives up to 1 gigabyte. Plug-and play USB 1.1 interface lets you download images quickly to your computer, and features like multiple battery capability and voice memo recording make life easier in the field. All at a price they still don’t believe.
Feb. 2002, D100, DIMA Innovative Digital Product Award
Nikon’s D100 was awarded DIMA’s Innovative Digital Product Award at this year’s PMA show in Orlando. The products are chosen by digital imaging editors based on high quality, new technologies and how influential the products are on the future of digital imaging. The d100 was chosen for its innovativeness in new technology and high quality image reproduction.
October 2002, Outdoor Photographerby Christopher Robinson's
In Christopher Robinson's review of Nikon's D100, he was impressed by its superior image quality and the ability to make prints beyond 11x14 inches without affecting image quality. He found the camera to be very impressive with command controls that were "thoughtfully placed for on-the-fly adjustments," and he also noted that the camera was loaded with great features and capabilities and offered these at a very competitive price.
September/October 2002, PEI Reviewby Jeff Kent & Joan Sherwood
In their review of Nikon’s D100, Jeff Kent and Joan Sherwood found this camera to have “impressive autofocus ability” with a very useful tracking feature – ideal for moving subjects. The reviewers like the light and sturdy feel of the camera, as well as the control layout and grip. Kent and Sherwood found that this camera offers a variety of uses and “delivers plenty of bang for reasonable bucks.”
September 2002, Professional Photographerby
In reviewing Nikon’s D100, Jeff Kent calls the camera a “landmark in performance for price,” and highlights its high-image quality and ease of use. Kent was “amazed” with the 24 custom setting options and the versatility and control it offered when shooting pictures in RAW NEF (Nikon Electronic Format) using the camera Capture 3 software, NEF files offer extensive creative potential with the ability to correct mistakes made while shooting.
September 2002, Studio Photography and Designby Diane Berkenfeld
Diane Berkenfeld, in her review of the D100, found the camera “a pleasure to use,” with easy-to-navigate menus, well-placed controls and a compact, lightweight design that fits as easily in one hand as it does in t he camera bag. Berkenfeld was also impressed with the camera’s auto-focus and tracking capability, even in difficult situations.
September 2002, Popular Photographyby Mike McNamara
In this review of the D100, the editors found the camera to be uncompromising in performance and quality. With the ergonomic shape and easy of use, the D100 was a favorite among the editors at Popular Photography. Editor Mike McNamara found that “the most pleasurable part of shooting with the D100 is the way it quickly locks focus on nearly any subject.”
August 2002, PTNby Diane Berkenfeld
In this review by Diane Berkenfeld, she found the D100’s menus “easy to navigate” with well-placed controls in a compact, lightweight design. She was impressed with the 3D Matrix Metering system, as well as the Autofocus system and high image quality. The camera fit easily in her hand and was “a pleasure to use,” said Berkenfeld.
May 2002, Imaging-Resourceby
Dave Etchells of Imaging-Resource reviewed Nikon’s D100 digital SLR camera and confidently reported that it “meets the needs of photographers in the areas of resolution, color, image noise, tonality and operating characteristics.” Etchells found that the D100 produces high resolution images that capture both extreme detail and incredible color. In addition, this review highlighted the superb design of the camera body and the great exposure control of the D100.
May 2002, Steve's Digicamsby
In their review of the Nikon D100, Steve’s Digicams found this 6.1 effective megapixel digital SLR camera to product high quality images with incredible color at a price that makes it accessible. Specific features highlighted in this review include a top shutter speed of 1/4000 second, a high-performance, built-in Speedlight and a flash sync speed up to 1/180 second. The 1.9-inch color TFT LCD which allows users to instantly review their pictures and complimentary Nikon View 5 software were also featured in this review.
February/May 2002, Digital Photography Reviewby Phil Askey
In his review of Nikon’s D100 digital SLR, Phil Askey found that this camera has a modern design, outstanding functional control and feels “just right” in your hand. Askey highlighted the terrific image quality of this 6.1 effective megapixel camera in this review. He also found that the D100 delivers excellent resolution and offers the convenience of a built-in Speedlight.