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Nikon D200 review

January 18, 2006 | Comments (0)
The nikon D200 review is out by Bjørn Rørslett. It is a suppurb review and includes also the infamous striping problem which happened after 9000 shots.
“The Nikon D200 establishes itself firmly as the much longed-for ‘digital’ F100.” — Bjørn Rørslett



"The DX format has shown real muscle with the introduction of the D2X and now D200, transcending the quality expectation for this tiny format. This shows that Nikon's approach to digital SLR technology with focus on the "DX" format, stubborn and seemingly in conflict with the current perception of "full frame" as the only viable solution, in the end might just be what the market needs at a price the market can afford."


Posted by: :) E.T. at January 19, 2006 11:39 PM

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