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Nikon D200 : Specifications and Opinions


Nikon D200


The Nikon D200 is a reflex camera with APS-C (1.5x) sensor and 10.0 megapixels manufactured from 2005 to 2007 (discontinued). The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 100 - 3200 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 5 FPS x 22 RAW / 37 JPEG. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 1800 €;
67 users have given it an average vote of 9.1 out of 10


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 Sensor
 Format   APS-C, 23.5 x 15.7 mm (image ratio 3:2, crop factor 1.5x in comparison with FF)
 Resolution   10.0 megapixel
 ISO sensitivities   100 - 3200
 File formats   RAW, JPEG

 Esposure
 Shutter speeds   30" - 1/8000
 Exp. compensation   +/- 5 stops at 1/2 steps
 Exp. modes   P, S, A, M
 Metering modes   Multi-Area, Semi-Spot, Spot

 Features
 Mount   Nikon F (click here to view all compatible lenses)
 Stabilization   No
 Autofocus (AF areas)   11
 Continuos shooting   5 FPS x 22 RAW / 37 JPEG
 Live View   No
 MLU/SS   No
 Dust reduction   No
 Video mode   No
 WiFi   No
 GPS   No

 Built and notes
 Touchscreen   No
 LCD   2.5", 320 x 240 pixels, fixed
 Viewfinder   Optical, coverage 95%, 0.94x
 Flash   Yes, guide number 12 meters
 Storage   CF
 Storage, Slot 2   not available
 Battery   Li-Ion, Nikon EN-EL3
 Weather sealing   Yes
 Weight   920 g
 Dimensions   147 x 113 x 74 mm

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avatarsenior
sent on April 22, 2021

Pros: CCD, Body, everything you can have a PRO

Cons: nobody

Opinion: Purchased for the third time, a CCD reflex must be in my kit... great PRO with the controls in the right place. Used to the D3x and D3s I bought it with battery grip, I will use it for sports and for ceremonies with D series and Ais optics, I am curious to see the photos printed on a 30x30 along with some magnification. I like the perfect 1600 and 3200 ISO grain with the Nikon 50mm f1.2 Ais and now with the Nikon af 35-70 f2.8D

avatarjunior
sent on December 31, 2020

Pros: setting commands, faithful color rendering, details despite the few pixels, small files, extreme reliability

Cons: may have more pixels, noise above 800 ISO

Opinion: I have had it for several years, used little and soon flanked by a D7100. Well, I have to say that the D200 cannot compete with the D7100 in speed, definition, noise management. But I'm rediscovering it right now. The quality of the images produced by the D200 have something that makes them absolutely unique. Although they have a definition certainly lower than those produced at the D7100, they greatly stimulate my desire to photograph. I took several photos of the Moon and produced photos for some websites: in these cases I used the sharp definition of the D7100, the D200 would never get to this degree of detail. But a portrait, a panorama, an interior (if with easel) produced with the D200 always have an i don't know that makes them more fascinating. The experts say it is thanks to the CCD sensor, I am not so experienced, but I evaluate only the shots I get and the pleasure of use. In essence, although certainly outdated in many, almost all, points of view, it is still very usable and enjoyable. I'm never going to get rid of it.

avatarjunior
sent on October 27, 2020

Pros: Image Quality, Solidity, Physical Key Position

Cons: High ISO, Battery Life

Opinion: Coming from a Canon AV-1, I started shooting digitally with a 2012 Nikon D3100, then bought "gifted" my D200, taking a step back 6 years, but a huge leap forward. Despite having passed a lot of water under the bridges, the D200 has qualities to sell. The CCD sensor, beyond the brilliance of the colors, allows you to recover photographs that at first glance, on the tiny LCD seem lost, to throw away.. paired with vintage optics there is a lot of fun. Sublime the location of the keys: everything is exactly where it should be. Cumbersome and "analog" the mechanics to zoom in on the screen; you will be annoyed to do so, and you will learn to rely, without making mistakes, on the machine. It is heavy, a lot, but it makes it possible to balance equally heavy targets. Don't hold it around your neck.. I recommend you. The only sore note (for me ISOs are not) the battery life: it could be the old age of mine, but with the long exposures I advise you to have a couple more charges. For what it costs used, to this end of October 2020 I would tell you to take it, play it, take it to the limit. Fall in love with it.

avatarjunior
sent on September 29, 2020

Pros: CCD sensor, construction, ergonomics and new CCD sensor

Cons: Nothing

Opinion: I entered the Nikon world with a D60 that I changed after just two hours with a D80, then D90, D7000, D610, D750 ,DF and D4 with a falling in love for a delicious Olympus Pen F with all its micro optics (a world apart not comparable) and now I wait for the D780 but still being able to enjoy so many advanced and performing bodies , in my eyes I had those real and film colors left, those soft and natural faces that gave me the D80 and I bought it back a couple of years ago for a treat but, by now, I liked to get close and I thought, especially after reading the enthusiastic comments that precede me, to take a d200 that, cpn the D80, shared the sensor, then shared the sensor, then , after also studying the difference between the two sensors discovering that the ccd was abandoned in favor of the cmos because it was too expensive, energy-heavy and complex to manage, but also that the CCD is still used, but only in extra-professional areas, a few days ago I searched for a D200 awarding me one for 70 euros with only 1450 shots, I feared it was a "package" instead it is really new (a shot of ....) , I think abandoned in a closet, and I'm having fun like a child discovering an ancient, simple but funny toy found in the attic. With only 10 mpx returns images at a time soft and sharp, but, above all, unique colors that have nothing to do with those of the Cmos but certainly is my opinion. Over the years I have tried to improve by going from one model to another not perceiving, however, that improvement that, personally, I expected (we save the D4 that I still consider spectacular although too cumbersome ) but put the eye behind the eye of this old lady, I resumed to shoot a lot; I find all the controls I need on the fly, getting fantastic and light files, also enjoying (who likes) an iso grain over 800, from film and a B&N from darkroom . I hope you never read these words, but I'm happy to have taken close-ups of my wife without the fear that the photo will reproduce every little sign that the ignominy of the time that passes has left on her beautiful face, which happens with the new sensors that are relentless and that often return of faces irrecovered by traits that in reality are not perceptible with the same dramatic evidence . Certainly sharpness and definition should be appreciated, but modern sensors are as sharp as blades and highlight, in the play of perspectives, lights and shadows, what, I repeat, to the naked eye is not perceived. Sharp not sharp which is another thing and does not depend on pixels. Find one in good condition and forget about the technical data, speed gadgets and pixels to regain the pleasure of shooting with simpleness and cheerfulness.

avatarsenior
sent on September 17, 2020

Pros: CCD sensor, noise, robustness, versatility

Cons: 15 years later: nothing

Opinion: This review is dedicated to the reasons why it makes sense to employ a technology machine that has been surpassed for 15 years for new creative forms. I owned two D200s that I replaced after about 60,000 shots each to follow the evolution with D300 and all models to follow. A couple of years ago I was able to consult a photo book of a friend, all done with the D200 and I appreciated the color of the images. Afterwards I had to do a search in my photo archive and found a lot of images with an excellent color rendering that had been taken with the D200. At that point I began to think that that machine, with its CCD sensor, makes sense even today and not at all trivial. Finally I found a very good one with 4500 shots and despite owning a D850, D7200, D3200, Sony RX100 VI, the D200 is in second place for images taken. The D200 might be considered an outdated DSLR, but it's the latest Nikon with CCD sensor and it's the sensor that makes the difference. When used with ISO 'out of the way' at 3200, and taking advantage of the jpg produced by the machine, thanks to its sensitive noise, in very weak light it is able to produce images with a good contrast and a grain -noise- very analog that perfectly returns a tone from old black and white. In this regard I refer you to this 3D opened by Jacopo Pasqualotto: https://www.juzaphoto.com/topic2.php?l=it&t=3547873. When used in B/N with vintage optics, with all their imperfections it manages to produce images that offer new interpretative forms of the photographic language, with a nice contrast in low-sensitivity B/N. Even in color and low sensitivity, the D200 is able to make a difference, with a very natural complexion and a very balanced color rendering that makes it a perfect portrait machine. The D200, is a professional machine, which fifteen years later still has its role as a niche camera, for the photographer interested in looking for new interpretative forms of the photographic language. The evaluation, 15 years later can only be 10 and praise.




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