Professional Photographer Magazine has recenlty posted their 2006 bonus content online. One of the articles is the review of the new Nikon D200, a 10.2 effective megapixel DX Format CCD with 2.5″ LCD screen with some samples which are available in original size (big files!)
“Overall, I’m very pleased with the Nikon D200′s performance so far. I have yet to push the continuous shooting mode to see what my real-world results are. Nikon claims performance at 5 frames per second with bursts up to 37 JPEGs (Fine-Large) or 22 NEF (RAW) images. I also need to do some tripod and macro lens shooting before I feel I’ve really given the D200 a full test.
My biggest frequent problem with the camera has been the hair-trigger response of the four-way rocker that you use to navigate the menu. Several times I feel like I’ve barely touched the thing and before I know it I’ve zoomed to three menu items past the one I was trying to select. This could be an issue that only shows up in random units, or it could be more universal.”
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