Going for 5% of its original price, this is a camera that makes you better.
26 October 2014
Summary: An oldie that still has lots of appeal, the D100 is a great camera to own. You can pick up a working body w/basic accessories for somewhere in the $50 dollar range; and it's value exceeds the low price. Construction is solid and feels great in the hands.
Summary: Since this is an old camera now, I can't give it a 5/5 in all aspects, but in general, this is a great value camera. It's perfect if you want to dig into DSLR photography, and more if you are learning the basics and all that stuff.
Summary: For any amateurs or semi-pro photographers this is a great camera for you. Its quite easy to use and the 6.1 MP comes out with great photos. Its study and durable. The shipper is extremely knowledgeable about the camera, the specs, and what lens' fit and don't fit.
Summary: I have been looking for a starter DSLR and was told some great things about this one. First off the quality is great and secondly, I got it a day before it was even promised to me. Couldn't be happier with them or the camera. I will forever and always be a Nikon guy.
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.