Pro-level D-SLR featuring a high performance 10.2-MP DX-format CCD, Nikon's exclusive Image Processing Engine and continuous firing up to 5 fps.
- Rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN-EL3e
- Quick Charger MH-18a
- Video Cable
- USB Cable UC-E4
- Body cap
- Eyepiece Cap DK-5
- Rubber Eyecup DK-21M
- LCD monitor cover BM-6
- Software Suite CD-ROM
*Supplied accessories may differ depending on country or area.
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Is there a way to just press the shutter once, release, and then have all 5 pictures taken?
But if you want to take full control of the camera from the computer, then you'll need the $180,00 Camera Control Pro 2
two questions 1: How to learn this camera with different settings and tutorials to understand th 2: DIgitutor link for this camera is not working, 2
2: DIgitutor link for this camera is not working,
2) It's a fairly old camera, made way before digitutor was released. Since it's been discontinued for almost four years now, I don't believe Nikon will put the effort (and the cost) of developing one.
Popular Photography & Imaging, Winter 2007
Popular Photography & Imaging has recognized the Nikon D200 as one of the outstanding products of photography in 2006. Editor Michael McNamara summed up the D200’s award selection by stating that the camera is “fast, reliable and capable of handling a wide variety of conditions.” McNamara points out that the excellent image quality, tough camera body, long battery life and superb optical viewfinder make the D200 a true award-winning camera.
American Photo Editor’s Choice 2006 Award
“If we had to pick a single American Photo camera of the year, the Nikon D200 would take that honor,” stated American Photo in their July/August 2006 issue. Distinguished as an American Photo “Editor’s Choice 2006,” editors were impressed with the small size, yet feature-full package of the camera. Refined, advanced, best of class, sturdy and extremely responsive were some of the ecstatic words editors used to describe the camera after they enjoyed the superb image quality and menu system of the D200.
Camera Grand Prix 2006 Award
Nikon Corporation is pleased to announce that the D200 digital SLR camera has been selected by Japan’s Camera Press Club to receive the Camera Grand Prix 2006 award. The Camera Grand Prix is the Japanese photo industry’s most prestigious award for a camera. The committee members issued the following statement in support of bestowing the Camera Grand Prix 2006 honor on the D200. “The Nikon D200 contributes to the widespread dissemination of photographic culture as a digital SLR offering superior operability at an affordable price for both entry-level digital SLR camera users as well as professional and highend amateur photographers.”
May/June 2006, Nikon D200by Jonathan Barkey
In its May/June 2006 issue, American Photo calls the D200 “the best mid-priced DSLR you can buy.” Jonathan Barkey states that the D200 is a “home run” and “a pleasure to have and to hold” in his glowing review of the camera. Noting that the D200 is extremely responsive with a “big for its class” optical viewfinder and a “rock-solid construction,” Barkey also notes his fulfillment with the camera’s variety of user-friendly attributes. He praises the D200 on its ability to pack the core features of high-priced cameras into a “smaller, lighter package” advising photographers to consider this mid-priced digital SLR when purchasing a top-of-the-line camera.
May 2006, Nikon D200by George Schaub
According to Shutterbug Editorial Director, George Schaub, digital SLR cameras have “opened up a new world of low-light and hand-held shooting” and the built-in noise reduction filter in Nikon’s D200, makes photography an “even more attractive pastime.” Schaub also states that the D200 delivers imaging power for enlargements, crops to 8x10 prints and has more imaging options than one could imagine—not much this camera cannot handle.
April 2006, Nikon D200by Michael McNamara
Popular Photography & Imaging Executive Technology Editor, Michael McNamara, clarified some of his unanswered questions during an in-depth review of the D200 in the magazine’s April issue. Stating that images from the D200 “rival” those from the D2X, McNamara gave the D200 a rave review. He also notes that the D200 has superb color accuracy, and the images it produces have great saturation and a wide dynamic range.