- Rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN-EL4
- Quick Charger MH-21
- Body Cap
- Camera Strap AN-D2X
- Audio Video Cable EG-D2
- USB Cable UC-E4
- LCD Monitor Cover BM-3
- Battery Chamber Cover BL-1
- Type-V Focusing Screen
- PictureProject software CD-ROM.
- Supplied accessories may differ by country or region
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Always shot models and portfolios.... Had a" N 90 s" trying to get my First dig. With limited funds... Would you go for the D2x Or the D 300?
January 2006, Top Product Award
In its January 2006 issue, Photo Trade News showcases the winners of its annual Top Product Awards, which are selected based on readers’ votes and feature the top-selling and most popular imaging products of the year. The magazine states that “readers have chosen the Nikon digital SLR line to receive the category’s top honors, with votes strong for the D70s, D50, and D2X models.” In addition to winning in the Digital SLR category, readers of Photo Trade News voted the Nikon D50 and Nikon D70s the Overall Top Product Winners for 2005.
July/August 2005, Editor's Choice Award
American Photo's Executive Editor, Russell Hart, calls the Nikon D2x, “The only camera a
professional photographer will ever need.” The magazine's glowing review of the D2x also
names it the “Editor's Choice.” The cover story praises the camera for its duality, state-of-the-art AF, metering flash, battery systems, huge LCD screen and superb ergonomics. The bottom line: “The D2x offers versatility, speed, and super resolution for a price that's thousands of dollars less than that of the competition.”
August 2005, D2X D-SLRby Tony Sweet
Shutterbug magazine feels that the D2X is Nikon's “Flagship Pro Digital SLR.” Reporter Tony Sweet finds the D2X “quite remarkable” because of it's many new features such as rapid performance, large 2.5” LCD monitor, extensive menu options, and the ease of sharing photographs. His field test proved durability and impressive results, which he displays and explains in detail. One example was his test that yielded excellent detail and subtle color gradation that is “handled very nicely.”
July/August 2005, D2X D-SLRby Christopher Robinson
PC Photo magazine stated in its July/August 2005 issue that “the new 12.4 mega pixel, state-of-the-art camera from Nikon lives up to its pedigree.” The “top-of-the-line” D2X is commended for its “blistering speed” and a bigger, brighter, 2.5 inch LCD, which is one of the largest of all digital SLRs. Editor Christopher Robinson began as a skeptic of the High-Speed Crop mode, but was able to see its benefit when he captured fast action from a great distance and still had plenty of resolution to produce large prints. He complements the entire system by noting that Nikon’s compatibility between the iTTL technology and portable flash models, as well as the WiFi system with the Nikon Capture 4 software all allow for the best creative control over the image.
July 2005, D2X D-SLRby
Peterson's Photographic magazine calls Nikon's D2X the “new All-Things-To-All Pros' D-SLR.” On a scale of 5, the D2X was rated with an average score of 4.8 taking into account auto-focus performance, metering performance, feature set, ease-of-use, ergonomics, and value. The key features praised in the publication were the speed, instant start-up, wireless image transmission, ruggedness, and the I-TTL flash. The final verdict from Peterson's Photographic was extremely favorable. “This is Nikon's best digital DLR ever, no questions. It has the most megapixels, the best performance and the most versatility, at a price that won't scare off the pros it's aimed at.”
June 2005, D2X D-SLRby Phil Askey
Highly influential photography reviewer Phil Askey writes a 29-page in-depth review of the Nikon D2x on his heavily trafficked website, DPReview.com. The review glorifies the D2x as “a solid robust high performance digital SLR with superb image quality, build quality and a confidence inspiring sense of presence.” Covering every aspect of technology within the camera, Askey goes into great detail to promote the versatility and image excellence of the D2x. He summarizes his review by saying, “As a photographic tool it's as close to perfection as I could imagine, there's really very little else you could want from a camera.”
June 2005, D2Xby Andrew Darlow & Vincent Versace
In the June 2005 issue of Digital Imaging Techniques, contributors Andrew Darlow and Vincent Versace provide recommendations and insight into cinematic workflow. In the article, Versace offers a look at his new favorite camera, the Nikon D2x. "The D2x is a camera that I've been waiting 15 years for," he states. "The 12.4-megapixel sensor, excellent dynamic range, buffer speed, huge 2.5’’ LCD monitor, and lack of noise at higher ISOs, and overall build quality have blown me away.” Versace and Darlow comment on the importance of selecting the best equipment to optimize workflow, and point to the D2x’s excellent duality (hi-res and hi-speed) as a main characteristic.
June 2005, D2X D-SLRby Michael McNamara
Pick up the June 2005 issue of Popular Photography, and a beautiful shot of the Nikon D2x greets you from the cover. In his review of the camera, influential editor Michael McNamara praises the D2x for its excellent image quality, incredibly low noise, accurate metering systems and state-of-the-art duality. Hundreds of thousands of professional and amateur photographers will see this summary at the end of the review, “For its price, the D2x offers incredible control, excellent image quality, and a super tough body that pros will love.”
June 2005, D2X D-SLRby Rob Sheppard
Outdoor Photographer editor, Rob Sheppard, shot with the D2x for several weeks and was never disappointed. Praising the camera's image quality, large LCD screen, wireless capabilities, and weather-resistant construction, Sheppard also notes the D2x's “outstanding job with flash and the i-TTL exposure system.” His experience with the D2x came down to this, “The images I shot with the camera looked beautiful.”
April 2005, D2X D-SLRby
In the April issue of Studio Photography & Design, the editors published an in-depth review of the Nikon D2x in their monthly “product spotlight” section and the review is glowing. The magazine raves about the camera's superior image quality, practical features, and blazing speed, saying, “The most impressive thing about the D2x is the image it produces.” The details and abundant praise are followed by this simple line, “This [D2x], my friends, is the cat's meow, the bird in the hand, and the follow up to sliced bread!”