Summary: The card tries to include too much information in a very tiny format. A more selective choice of topics and print in much larger sizes would make the card much more useful for field work. I don't carry it with me in the field because it is so hard to read and so cluttered.
Summary: I love "cheat sheets" and knew that I would need something like this to get facile with my new D200. It is not a bad effort, but could be better, especially in helping decide settings for different photo situations.
Summary: Very few people are going to give an accurate review of the new Nikon D200, but I'm going to try. I'm NOT going to review the D200 on its own. That's not realistic or representative of how shoppers will seek out this camera.
Summary: Potential purchasers of this camera should be aware that it has no FRAME COUNTER so it is very difficult to reference your photographs. I have to put my glasses on, switch on the rear monitor display, and hope I can see the tiny EXIF number that appears there.
Summary: The seller was lovely and delivery was swift. my only problem was with the camera. It hasn't served me too well while it has been in my possession. As a professional I found it disappointing. quality is not up to scratch and sometimes needs time to "think" before it take a photo.
Summary: I saved, I sold all my vintage cameras, I Had to have a d200? I charged the battery, I placed it into the belly of my shiney new d200, I took a few NEF shots, The camera belched and the battery was dead, COME ON NIKON whats the game you build a great camera, yet it eats batterys like giving a donkey...
Summary: I use a D200 for work. It is a very sound performer and is capable of yielding top quality images, on a par with most other digital SLR's. Image quality is subjective and very much depends on the optic you use to fill the hole at the front.