Summary: This camera takes decent photos at iso 400 and below but after iso 400 you will see grainy photos. I'm trying not to compare this to my D3200 because it is a much older camera, but for your info the image quality is no where close especially above is 400.
Summary: I recently bought a used D200. It's been heavily used, with over 100,000 shutter actuations. It still works perfectly. The AF is notably fast, and it's a great feature that you can use this body with older MF lenses.
Summary: I did my research on this camera before looking where to buy it. The camera body was at a good price and came in the original box with wires and instructions. Plus, the camera works very well!
Summary: I bought this camera so that I could save some money and buy some older d lenses that I had that require the screw driven auto focus that is on the body of the camera. I chose this particular camera because it was a top of the line cropped sensor camera when it was released and my experience with my...
Summary: The D200 is a technical workhorse. You have a lab literally in your hands to customize your pictures, even before you upload them into your PC. I like the heft of it in my hand, which reminds me of my old N4004.
Pros: Bright LCD, Comfortable Controls, Strong Construction
Summary: Am loving the convenience of being able to change white balance, ISO setting, and image quality at the click of a button! Love all of the other bells and whistles as well. Have only one complaint--the design of the port for the shutter release cable.
Pros: Bright LCD, Comfortable Controls, Quiet, Small Lag Time, Strong Construction
Summary: Shooting images in "Normal" mode produces pale sickly skin tones in the LCD and pale dull skin tones when photos are downloaded to computer. Shooting photos in Optimize Menu "Vivid" produce wonderful skin tones in LCD but when downloaded to computer the skin tones are bright ORANGE or RED and...
Pros: Comfortable Controls, Quiet, Small Lag Time, Strong Construction
Summary: The D200 is my first DSLR. Many have suggested the D80 as a good beginner DSLR, but I wanted features the D200 had. The D200 is an absolutely amazing camera for anyone wanting to upgrade an obsolete DSLR to.
Pros: 5FPS Continuous Shooting, Assignable Function Keys, Bright LCD, Comfortable Controls, Easy to navigate menus, Many lens compatibilities, Quiet, Small Lag Time, Strong Construction
Summary: Pro level digital cameras have extensive menus and controls. Functions and controls not frequently used can be difficult to remember how to access. This Reference Card is easy to carry and provides enough information to find a menu or button without the user's manual.