Summary: I bought a D200 new many years ago (when released). I have been reluctant to upgrade, despite been able to do so. It still goes strong, is a workhorse and can print large without problems. It feels more robust that some newer models. How many more megapixels you need?
Summary: At the time of writing this, the Nikon D200 is 9 years old, but what a great purchase it has been. Once you understand how to operate it, the pictures are absolutely stunning. Does everything I would expect of it from a professional DSLR from fast start ups, fast auto focus and ultra clear images, I...
Summary: I purchased this camera listed as in good condition. When the camera arrived the first thing I noticed was it was filthy. 5here was dirt all over this camera. It looked like it had been on a shelf a VERY long time.
Summary: This is a professional camera for starters.....I am not! so it was very hard to use, also its very heavy and totally difficult to set up with the right functions. I don’t recommend this camera for any amateur Photographer.
Summary: Bottom line, up front: I've been into photography for 25 years, and this is one of the finest cameras I've ever worked with! Yes, there are some things that are marginally better with some of the newer series cameras. If you have double the money to spend, I'd go with the D300.
Excerpt: The Nikon D200 DSLR is Great! I had it for about a month now and I help my wife shoot eddings. The camera handles good. Very fast shooting. 10 times better then the Nikon D100. If I had the money I would buy one for my wife. The white balance is tricky.