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.
Summary: I really liked using this camera for my start up camera into Photography. Infact i still take this camera for back up purposes along side my D7000. any DSLR is better then a point and shoot camera in my opinion. Pros. easy to learn, good battery life, good quality cons.
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.
Summary: I purchased this DSLR for my wife 2 Christmases ago for an extremely low price and although the technology in this camera is dated and not up to par with what the market currently has to offer, As long as you have a basic understanding of photography and you have a clean lens, you can use photoshop...
Summary: i just recently bought this camera off of amazon and i got it for $175. The price couldnt be better in my opinion. Overall, for the amount of money that i spent on it, it was a deal but there are some problems. Personally i feel that the shutter lag time is too great.
Summary: I have had my D-100 for six months, having used a Coolpix 5700 for two years, and I am satisfied but not ecstatic. My first 20 shots were underexposed, lacked color depth, and were short on flash. After adjusting the settings through the menu, it came to life.