|Release Date in Singapore|
|Compatible memory cards||cf,microdrive|
|Display diagonal||6.35 cm (2.5")|
|Ports & interfaces|
|Weight & dimensions|
|Maximum image resolution||3872 x 2592 pixels|
|Flash modes||Red-eye reduction,Slow synchronization|
|Battery technology||Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion)|
|Number of batteries supported||1|
Reviewed on 2009-01-01
This review of the Nikon D200 was written and submitted by Randy McKown from New Image Photography.The Nikon D200 made its debut just over 3 years ago and has since been replaced by the D300. However, this doesn’t mean the D200 is completely out of th...Read more >
Reviewed on 2007-06-19
Excellent image quality, excellent ergonomics, design and control layout, great menu system, good combination of customisable controls and custom shooting options.
Default sharpening level is low, intrusive image noise over ISO 1600.
The Nikon D200 replaces its (almost four year old) D100, which was Nikon's first prosumer digital SLR (DSLR). The closest Nikon camera to the new D200 in terms of specification, build and handling is Nikon’s D2x. The D200 is lighter...Read more >
Reviewed on 2007-06-13
I personally buy from Ritz, Adorama and Amazon. I cant vouch for any other ads. Nikon D200Drop Test© 2007 KenRockwell.com Drop-Tested Nikon D200. enlarge I get my goodies at Ritz, Amazon and Adorama. It helps me keep adding to this site when you ...Read more >
Reviewed on 2006-11-09
NIKON D200 REVIEW Youve probably been asking yourself recently, "How can I tell if the Nikon D200 digital camera is the one for me?" This technology review attempts to provide you with enough information to make an intelligent purchase decision, by le...Read more >
Reviewed on 2006-08-10
Nikon continues to expand its line of digital SLRs with the release of its new D200. The Nikon D200 is a major step up from its predecessor, the D100, and incorporates many of the features found in its big brother, the D2X. With a price of only $1,699 ...Read more >
Reviewed on 2006-06-01
Nikon D200 digital SLR reviewNikon?s new mid-range digital SLR has been three years in the making and haskept a lot of people wondering what it would be like. Like their lenses, Nikon have stated they will keep to a continuous line with the DX sized se...Read more >
Reviewed on 2006-06-01
Over the past few weeks, I've been working my way through a selection of the current mid-range digital SLRs, with examples from Canon, Olympus and Sony. This week I'm taking a look at the Nikon D200. Like the others, the D200 is aimed at the advanced enth...Read more >
Reviewed on 2006-05-01
It should be noted that Nikon continues to charge extra for their Capture (now Version 4.4, $99) software, which gets the most out of their NEF files. Their included PictureProject software allows for conversion of NEFs to JPEGs or TIFFs, but does not ...Read more >
Reviewed on 2006-03-28
Strong and Powerful: The cameras mechanisms are housed in a rugged, lightweight magnesium alloy chassis and body with additional sealing for dust and moisture. The D200 powers-up in a mere 0.15 seconds and allows you to capture any shot with a very br...Read more >
Reviewed on 2006-03-23
GPS connectivity; ability to shoot multiple exposures to the same image file; intuitive controls; very little image distortion; good color quality; accurate exposures.
Huge selection of focusing options can be confusing; color saturation was mixed and varied for some colors; images somewhat underexposed in auto exposure settings.
SummaryPros: GPS connectivity; ability to shoot multiple exposures to the same image file; intuitive controls; very little image distortion; good color quality; accurate exposures. Cons: Huge selection of focusing options can be confusing; color satura...Read more >
Reviewed on 2006-03-08
New wireless flash system can fire the built-in strobe. Great performance and picture quality.
Expensive. Price is body only, no lens. Heavy. Some features are too complicated for beginners.
Control has always been an essential part of photography. Once you understand which dials to turn and what buttons to press, you can determine whether you freeze the action of your subjects or create a blur of movement. As with most digital SLRs, the...Read more >
Reviewed on 2006-02-23
Excellent resolution, although not a huge step up from eight megapixels, Compact body design which has a true pro feel, build and feature set, Instant power on, very responsive, very short black-out time, very fast media write, Excellent five frames per s......
Higher noise at ISO 1600 and 3200 than we would like, mostly in shadows, High ISO noise reduction works but at the expense of detail, Default sharpness is too mild, first impression to a new user may be negative, Insufficient number of image parameter adj......
The Nikon D200 was announced on 1st November 2005, some three and a half years since Nikon revealed their first prosumer digital SLR, the D100. Its fair to say however that the D200 is a completely different beast altogether, it shares far more with...Read more >
Reviewed on 2006-02-13
Plentiful controls and accessories; strong performance; excellent image quality; rugged body.
JPEG artifacts crimp image quality; no TIFF mode.
The Nikon D200, a long-awaited successor to the companys D100, offers serious amateur photographers and value-minded professionals a compact, sub-$2,000 digital SLR with many of the specifications, features, and build characteristics of Nikons high-e...Read more >
Reviewed on 2006-01-01
Very good image quality, close to D2X, Superb build quality, close to D2X, Responsive handling, fast burst shooting, Excellent feature-set and accessories, Great value for money
Supplied RAW software is basic, Playback zoom overly complicated (to us), No voice recording function
Nikon D200 introductionNikons D200 is the successor to the D100 launched way back in the Summer of 2002. Back then the D100 went up against Canons EOS-D60, a model which Canon has since replaced twice, with a third successor expected to be announced...Read more >
Reviewed on 2005-01-01
Reviewed on 2006-03-01
Excellent image quality, attractive design, easy to use.
Underexposed on auto exposure setting. The Final Word An exceptional camera with a long list of excellent features and impressive image quality.
Powerful and wonderfully designed, Nikons new D200 fills a gaping hole in the companys lineup of digital SLR cameras. Ideal for professionals and serious amateurs, the 10.2 megapixel camera fits nicely between the cost of the 6.1-megapixel D70s and N...Read more >