CCD sensor was a big power consumer, rendering that only 500 photos could be taken on a single battery charge. Compared to other DSLR from that time, D200 had a bit more noise. Durable, and robust sealed magnesium-alloy body.Read the full review →
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I've owned several Nikon cameras over the years and have loved them all. The D200 is no exception. Nikon has always been very good about the placement of controls, with those most used by serious photographers easily accessible without looking. This control placement, combined with all...Read the full review →
Awesome and very usable camera. Pictures have been just amazing.Read the full review →
This camera is a work horse, it is a beautiful piece of gear. It has certainly gotten a bit long in the tooth now but it is still out there working hard in a lot of places. It's only real downfalls are the facts that it is a CCD sensor, it is an APS size sensor and that it lacks video. Now...Read the full review →
This is my Third Nikon DSLR and have to say (yes I know its old now) it is a beast. I have managed to kill 3 lenses, either from over use or drops and the camera still keeps plugging along. I still have the original battery and it is still one of my best performing batteries out of the 5 that I...Read the full review →
Great camera even if it is a couple years old now. High Iso is handled gracefully with lots of usable images at 1600iso. Fast focus. Auto ISO feature is great. Lots of dedicated buttons for commonly used features. Negatives: no video, no ultrasonic sensor cleaning, behind the times with...Read the full review →