Summary: The Nikon D2H isn't the highest quality digital SLR camera on the market today, nor is it equipped with the most bells and whistles, but when it comes to getting the biggest bang for your buck, this professional-quality camera is my first choice without a doubt. The D2H is generally considered to be one of Nikon's best cameras for fast-action photography, such as sporting events, but in my opinion, the quality of the still photos it produces are unsurpassed by any other...
Summary: Best bang for your bucks given all the features that you could have with this camera. Super fast 9 frames per second and the built-quality is just like a tank could give you lots of use for several more years. Only downside is the screen quality is pretty bad compare with my D90, its hard to tell if you got right exposure by looking at it but not really a big deal for me. Can't wait to text this camera on the field when i got some free time.
This exceptional camera produces BEAUTIFUL HIGH QUALITY images.
11 March 2012
Summary: For YEARS, I have used a Nikon D70, prior to that an Olympus C-4000. The Olympus produced some great images, and I liked the TIFF format but it did not offer RAW. I bought the D70 for a couple reasons: it was on sale at Circuit City and it had good reviews. Out of the box, I was a bit disappointed with the D70 and it took me a while to figure out its peculiarities. The JPEGS were awful, the Olympus gave better results.
Not new, but still an amazingly well built, high performance camera.
7 January 2012
Summary: 99% of my photography is for the web. Using a 4mp camera for that isn't a handicap. That said, the d2H also makes perfectly good 8x10 prints. Rather than boring you with details that you probably already know if you're looking at the camera, I'll just say that the Nikon D2H is an amazing piece of equipment, and remains so today. There is a fair bit of noise at high-ISO, but it's still a lot better than back when I was shooting 1600 ISO film pushed a stop or two.
Summary: Wonderful camera as a backup to my Nikon D3. Controls and menus are so similar it makes it easy to pick up either camera and use it immediately. Also nice that all my lenses for the D3 work perfectly on this camera. It makes picture taking with two different lenses so eashy. Glad to find this camera from a dealer that used it as a "demo" model. I couldn't ask for a nicer backup to my D3.
Summary: In todays economy, where every cent counts, it was an absolute joy to be able to grab this workhorse on Ebay. Feature packed, fast shooting and a moderate upgrade to my aging Nikon D1 & F3HP. Twice the resolution, 3x the frame capture rate (8-9 frames per second) and a auto white balance adjustment. Four Menu chapters with numerous sub categories make this an ideal choice for the serious, serious amateur and pro shooter.
Summary: This is an amazing camera body that is well-suited to sports photography. Huge frame buffer (40 RAW) and a fast continuous fire (8fps) are only offset by a relatively low megapixel count (4.1mp). A few more bucks will get you a D2x, which has a higher mp but at the cost of that enormous buffer and frame-rate. It all depends on what you want the camera for... as a sports body, it excels.
Summary: i have bought this second hand Nikon camera The D2H...initially it was the only one i could see in excellent conditions because most of them by now, this particular model are all with sign of use and wear, so i went for this one. And i must say it is in superb conditions from where i look at it...