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4.1 Effective Megapixel: 4.1 Effective Megapixel Nikon original JFET imaging sensor LBCAST for high-resolution images (2,464 X 1,632 pixels).

Exposure Mode: Programmed Auto [P] (Flexible program possible), Shutter-Priority Auto [S], Aperture-Priority Auto [A], Manual [M]; Continuous Shooting Mode: Shoot approximately up to 8 frames per second for up to 40 consecutive JPEG or 25 RAW (NEF) full-resolution (2,464X1, 632 pixels) images. Wireless: Wireless Transmission with 802.1lb Technology. Hook up the WT-1A accessory to instantly transmit images to your LAN computer access point using 802.1lb technology; Top shutter speed: Top shutter speed 1/8,000 sec.

Autofocus: 11 Sensors. With the Multi-CAM 2000 AF Sensor Module, 11 Sensors (nine are cross-type sensors) effectively cover the majority of the image area and razor-sharp focus. Limitless Possibilities. See the action. Keep it all in focus.

In the Box -- Supplied Accessories: Li-ion Battery EN-EL4, Quick Charger MH-21, Body Cap, Camera Strap AN-D2H, AV Cable EG-D2, USB Cable UC-E4, LCD Monitor Cover BM-3, Nikon View Software CD-ROM.

Compatible Lenses: AF Nikkor (including AF-S, DX, VR and D-/G-type): All functions possible; D-type Manual-Focus Nikkor: All functions except autofocus and some exposure modes available; AF Nikkor other than D-/G-type: All functions except 3D Color Matrix Metering and 3D Multi-Sensor Balanced Fill-Flash possible; AI-P Nikkor: All functions except 3D Color Matrix Metering, 3D Multi-Sensor Balanced Fill-Flash and AF possible; Non-CPU AI Nikkor: Usable in [A] or [M] mode with Matrix-Metering, Center-Weighted and Spot metering available. Indication of aperture number, after user inputs the aperture f/stop and focal length f=mm by multi-selector operation. Electronic Rangefinder usable with maximum aperture of f/5.6 or faster.

3D Digital Matrix Image Control: 3D Digital Matrix Image Control ensures optimum results in digital images with precise exposure control, adaptive auto white-balance control and optimal color accuracy.

Flash: The New I-TTL Speedlight System. Nikons new Speedlight SB-800 with I-TTL flash control introduces amazing new features, enhancing TTL capabilities and adding advanced wireless technology for multiple-flash photos. Flash sync speed up to 1/250 sec.

Compatible with the The Coolwalker Digital Storage Photo Viewer: Store up to 10,000 digital photos on the 30GB hard drive and view them on the high-quality 2.5 inch TFT color monitor. Stores JPEG, TIFF and other major image file formats, including NEF files.

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Solid Performer I dreamed of owning this camera when it was first released and finely was able to afford one earlier this year and even after all the newer models since its release I can say I absolutely love this camera. I sold my D90, D80 and D70 and have since never once regretted keeping this solid performer. You can get amazing prints with 4mp so don't let that fool you. I carry my D2H around with me hiking, out on the trails and pretty much on vacation and it produces excellent photographs. I had zero problems getting use to the weight, controls/functions of this camera. It was the best $200 bucks I ever spent on a camera with less than 20k shutter clicks! November 30, 2013
Dependable web workhorse. Not since my Leica days have I developed an emotional attachment to a camera. But, walking into a Washington press conference or onto a motorsports race track without my D2H evokes the same uneasy feeling as leaving home without a wristwatch or wallet. Sure, like my colleagues, I own and use newer Nikon pro bodies, but the D2H is often my "go to" instrument, especially for web work. In fact, with its modest file size yet excellent image quality, the D2H could be sold to pros today as a web specialist camera. Admittedly, the D2H's in-cameras high ISO performance is not up to today's snuff, but, thanks to the excellent noise reduction software now available, I have never found it to be a hindrance in practical use. (Shoot RAW and you'll be happy). As for print work - well, I still submit D2H files to magazine editors and have never received a complaint -- just compliments. If the D2H was good enough for the likes of Sports Illustrated just a few years ago, it's good enough for most anybody today. It's a keeper. August 18, 2011
Excellent sports camera Have covered various relevant sports events and the D2h has been superb in shooting action. April 14, 2011
Rugged, Fast Focus, Durable The D2H was my first of the big Pro Digital SLR's. To date (2011) I am on my third shutter. I still use this body extensively even though I have others. (D2X, D3x, D-700, D-300) I seem to come back to the D2H for sports work. The smaller MB isn't a problem in todays photo-shoped world. April 14, 2011
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Camera came back from shop I can take a picture and see it in the monitor, but the Menu button does not respond, neither the playback review and I cant take camera out of P Mode
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what is the price of the nikon d2h body and accessories

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The Nikon D2H has been discontinued.
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