Cheap workhorse that's fun to shoot with and sure to improve your skills!
4 November 2013
Summary: The Nikon D100 is an overlooked camera. Sure, it lacks in features that the D200, 300 and 90 have, it cycles slowly, it only has 6 MP, etc. Oh and as stated by other reviews, the screen on the back is inaccurate and the image is always slightly over or underexposed than it really is. However, once you figure out how to use it, it's a solid workhorse that's great to shoot with.
Summary: Ok,so, first of all, I am not a professional photographer, barely an amateur ... My experience with Nikon camera is limited only to a Nikon D50 that I got from a friend. I am amazed at all the features this camera has. It is also very rugged and feels great in my hands, buy maybe a little bulky if I were to take it with me on a trip somewhere. For every day picture needs (Facebook mostly), my iPhone does a great job.
Excellent product, fun and easy to use. Great quaility shots.
7 March 2013
Summary: Fantastic product, not a beginners camera and takes some reading of the manual to understand the use but overall great quality shots. Great camera for the photograpgher wanting to go to the next level. Really recommend any Nikon product for memorys that will last a lifetime.
Summary: I wanted a DSLR camera without video capabilities. This camera has full automatic aspects with the ability to change settings to manual easily. It is great for changing lenses and keeping the same settings. Works with older lenses that are more affordable.
Summary: Unless you are going to be printing lots of large (20x24 or greater) pictures from your images this 6.1 megapixel camera will give you everything you need in terms of image quality with smaller file sizes that are easy to work with. The CCD imager is just a little colder then the new CMOS imagers so make sure you do not overexpose!!!