Summary: I bought a D2H from a skateboarding magazine about 2 years ago, and to this day could not be happier with it, I replaced a D-1H that I carried in Iraq for a year with the D2H. The only problem taht the D-1H ever gave me was that the heat would destroy batteries, so I had my sister sending me new batteries every month. Other than that, I carried it around with my full combat gear, and it was usually hanging from the turret in a Humvess.
great camera for those that want to move up to pro level on a bugdet
24 August 2012
Summary: CAMERA CAME AS ADVERTIZED, VERY GOOD CONDITION. ACTUALLY IT LOOKS BRAND NEW. HAVE BEEN TAKING PICTURES WITH IT FOR A MONTH NOW AND VERY EMPRESSED. LOVE THAT I CAN USE SOME OF MY OLDER NIKON LENS FOR MY F MODEL.I ALSO HAVE A D5000 AND HAVE BEEN USING MY DX LENS FOR BOTH CAMERAS. THE CAMERA TAKES GREAT PICTURES AND IF YOU DON'T PLAN ON BLOWING THEM UP INTO POSTERS IT'S 4.1 MEGAPIXALS IS JUST FINE. CAN'T BELEIVE HOW FAST IT IS (8FPS). GREAT FOR ACTION SHOTS.
Summary: This is a great camera in spite of it coming out nine years ago. I got it because I am still considering the new d4 so I decided to try a older model and I love it! in spite of all the past reviews this is a powerful tool and I recommend it to anybody.
Summary: A timeless classic.If you are just getting into photography,buy one of these cheap and learn from it.I have since sold mine but I learned alot from it.It is somewhat dated now but with it you will learn basic shutter and aperture controls and more.If you see a good used one,snap it up.
Summary: Even today, 8 frames per second with a 40 frame buffer is nothing to sneeze at, but that's about all the D2h has going for today. The D2H achieves this speed by using a 4MP resolution, which even in the day wasn't very much. It uses the same battery as the D3/D3S and the D700 battery grip, and takes compact flash cards.
Stellar camera, amazing deal, must use to fully appreciate!
Justin T. Lowery "Justintosh", Amazon
6 August 2008
Summary: I have the D2H, and make stunningly pleasing photographs with it daily, yes, in 2008. It really is a fantastic camera to use and enjoy. It may only have 4.1 MP, but the resulting RAW files are razor sharp and crisp, beautifully saturated, and nice and quick to download, copy, edit, upload, etc. Noise-wise, properly handled (expose properly, use lowest ISO necessary), this camera can easily compete with the D200, and match or beat the D2X.
Summary: I have been in the photo business for over 35 years, working professionally all over the world. My most recent assignment was taking "element shots" for the most recent Space Shuttle mission. I only add this to defend my qualifications. While most of you reading this probably won't be using the camera in outer space, it is worth noting that should you find yourself needing to capture the moment beyond the Earth's atmosphere, this camera will handle the challenge with...
Summary: A close friend made the unfortunate mistake of plunking down 2 grand for this camera. Honestly Olympus produces cameras that can do the same thing for $400. I've used hers and the image quality is horrible and the colours are wrong 9 times out of 10. If you're going to spend that much on a camera, get the D70 instead and buy a nice extra lens or some other gadgets to go with. The pictures are better and it offers more MP.
Summary: I have been working for a major daily newspaper in Baltimore for 2 decades. Perhaps that will qualify me as an expert in photography. I have been shooting digital imagery since the late 1990s. Maybe that qualifies me as an expert in digital photography. This may be long- winded, but it's extensive and can be useful. I received the Nikon D2H camera -- 2 bodies total -- over one year ago. I think I got them shortly after the D2H system was released in 2003.