CreativePro have posted their review of the Nikon D200, a Digital SLR camera with a 10.2 megapixel CCD sensor, 5 frames per second with bursts up to 37 JPEGs (Fine-Large) or 22 NEF (RAW) images and a large 2.5″ LCD screen.
“There’s very little to complain about with the D200’s image quality. Color accuracy, saturation, contrast, and tone are all excellent. Sharpness and detail vary with lens quality, of course, but you’ll be hard-pressed to get a bad image.
However, I found that the D200 didn’t do as well as other cameras in low-light shooting conditions. Starting from ISO 800 and up, the camera produces noticeably more noise than Canon’s EOS 30D. If you make your living shooting in darker conditions, this might be a deal-breaker.”