Summary: I OWN ONE OF THESE CAMERAS. INFACT I HAVE TWO LENSES WITH MINE AND IT'S BEEN WONDERFUL. YOU CAN BUY ALL SORTS OF CAMERAS WITH LARGER MEGAPIXEL BUT THEY WON'T COMPARE AND WON'T OUT LAST THIS VERY HEAVY CAMERA. IT'S AWESOME FOR MY DAUGHTER'S CHEERLEADING AND ACTION SHOTS.
Summary: This camera has been discontinued by Nikon and supersceded by the Nikon D2x which in turn was discontinued and superceded by the Nikon D3 and later the D3x. Both the D3 and D3x are current production models. The D3 has 12MP and the D3x has 24.5MP.
Fantastic: Great speed, excellent color, low noise and awesome focus
Jonathan Carl, Amazon
30 March 2007
Summary: Most of my friends suggest that I buy a camera by Canon. It would be only 1/3 the price, maybe half the price. But they spend most of the time correcting the RAW files in Aperture or Lightroom and I have always perfect pictures. No corrections, no electronic image retouche. Just great pictures!
Summary: This is the second factory refurbished camera I have purchased from Cameta Auctions (this time through Amazon.com). Both cameras have been in perfect condition 10/10 and have performed flawlessly.
Summary: This camera is designed for journalists and journalists alone. 4 MP means that the maximum size you can make prints at 300 DPI is roughly 6" x 8". That's fine if you're submitting images to a newspaper, but if you have any chance of wanting enlargements you'll be better off with something with more...
Summary: I just thought I'd point out that this is a sports camera with an amazing buffer + continuous shooting mode. Here are the specs: * Continuous High [CH] - 8 fps * Continuous Low [CL] -1 to 7 fps (programmable) * Buffer size 50 JPEG frames, 40 NEF (RAW) frames * THIS is the only reason to buy this...
Summary: Added to D2X, D70 and Fuji S3 collection. Image quality is much better than the 4.1 MP suggests. Equal to or better than D70 (better at iso 400 and above than D70), Slightly less resolution than S3 and about same noise up to 800, Fuji pulls ahead at 1600 but you have to look at a 100% crop to see...