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|Seller Notes:||“GOOD This item is rated in Good condition. That means that this item is between 70-79% of original condition. This item shows heavy wear and may have major cosmetic blemishes. The item has been fully tested as operational. The photographs are of the actual item for sale and this item only includes what you see in the photographs.Other Notes Grips peeling, wear/haze on rear LCD screen. Shutter Count: 65,525”|
|Features:||Auto Focus, Exposure Compensation||Type:||Digital SLR|
|Discover the ideal professional camera body to advance your photography with the Nikon D200 10.2MP Digital SLR camera. Enjoy features like high speed, continuous shooting at 5 fps, auto and manual white balance options, and 3D Color Matrix Metering II. With the 0.94x magnification availability on the viewfinder with 95% frame coverage, you won't miss a single detail. The built-in 60MB of storage and rechargeable lithium-ion battery encourage you to shoot with confidence. Just add your favorite compatible lenses like the AF-1 or AF-S Nikkor, and you'll have a great camera to take you and your photography to new levels. The Nikon D200 is a robust but compact, high-performance digital camera made of magnesium alloy with sealed body seams. Rubber gasket seals help weatherproof the camera body. The oversized controls are easy to handle even through gloves, and a rubber coating provides extra traction in grip areas. The D200 DSLR camera powers on and responds quickly to user input. The 11/7 TTL auto-focus area combined with the Multi-CAM 1000 gives you some amazing focal options. The four AF area modes are Single Area AF, Continuous Servo AF, Group Dynamic AF, and Closest Subject Priority Dynamic AF. You can also use compatible lenses for manual focus. Shoot in RAW or JPEG format, and take advantage of the ISO 100-1600 sensitivity. The Nikon D200 digital camera's 2.5-inch, TFT LCD monitor display has 230,000 pixels to give you a better view of your shots. Adjust sharpness, contrast, noise, and saturation with the D200, or toy with overlay and multiple exposures without leaving the field. The flexible control system lets you program buttons and lock important controls to avoid accidental adjustment. User interface design can be overlooked in the face of powerful specs, but the Nikon D200 has an attractive menu system and an easy, accessible range of custom settings. Playback is easy to operate with features like one-touch zoom. If you get lost or want to learn a new trick, there are in-menu help pages built in. The LCD control panel set on top of this Nikon camera keeps you up to date on important information like ISO sensitivity and aperture. This Nikon camera features a viewfinder with a DX-format image sensor and 50-millimeter f/1.4 lens provide a wide, bright view with no distortion. The two auto-focus mode options help you take clear, detailed photos of static and moving subjects. Select from 11 focusing areas in Normal Zone or from 7 bigger areas in Wide Zone. The pop-up flash has a long arm, which is a handy feature for using lens hoods and avoiding red-eye. The D200 DSLR camera is compatible with the Nikon MB-D200 battery pack and vertical grip, providing power from two extra EN-EL3e batteries or six AA batteries. Expand your connectivity with optional NMEA 0183 GPS Interface standard support with the Nikon GPS Cable MC-35, or transmit files wirelessly with the Wireless Transmitter WT-3. The USB 2.0 Hi-speed interface ensures speedy transmission between the D200 and your computer while preserving image quality. The A/V out and DC-in connectors offer further sharing options. Use this Nikon camera to capture special moments that will last a lifetime. The size of the Nikon D200 makes it a compact camera, so its easy to take advantage of all the features on the go, including ISO sensitivity.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||100137433|
|Product Key Features|
|Features||Auto Focus, Exposure Compensation|
|Additional Product Features|
|Light Sensitivity MAX||1600|
|MAX Video Resolution||1920x1080|
|Optical Viewfinder Type||Fixed Eye-Level Pentaprism|
|Exposure Compensation||±5 Ev Range, in 1/2 or 1/3 Ev Steps|
|Min Shutter SPEED||30 Sec|
|Exposure Metering||Center-Weighted, 3d Color Matrix II, SPOT|
|Exposure Modes||Bulb, Manual, Shutter-Priority, I-TTL Program Flash, Automatic, Aperture-Priority|
|Integrated Memory Size||60MB|
|Battery Form Factor||Manufacturer Specific|
|MAX Shutter SPEED||1/8000 Sec|
|Lens for Sd||Body only|
|Additional Features||Exposure Compensation, Self Timer, Autofocus|
|White Balance||Colour Temperature Adjust, Daylight / Sunny (Preset), Manual, Fluorescent (Preset), Auto, Flash (Preset), Shade (Preset), Incandescent (Preset), Cloudy (Preset)|
|Focal Length Equivalent to 35mm Camera||27-202.5mm|
|Special Effects||Full Color|
|Supported Flash Memory||Microdrive, CompactFlash Card Type I, CompactFlash Card Type II, Ibm Microdrive, CompactFlash|
|Flash Type||Pop-Up Flash|
|Effective Flash Range||12m|
|Auto Focus Type||TTL Phase Detection|
|Viewfinder Type||Optical (Through-The-Lens), Optical|
|Exposure Range||Ev 0-20 (Iso 100)|
|Dioptric Correction Range||-2 to +1|
|Continuous Shooting SPEED||5fps|
|Still Image Format||Nef (Raw), Dpof 1.1, Dpof, Exif 2.2, JPEG, Raw + JPEG, Dcf, Exif 2.21, Raw Image|
|Operating System Supported||Mississippi Windows ME, Apple Mac Os X 10.1.5 or Later, Microsoft Windows XP, Mississippi Windows 2000, Mississippi Windows 98SE, Microsoft Windows 2000, Microsoft Windows ME, Mississippi Windows XP, Microsoft Windows 98SE|
|Camera Type||Digital SLR|
|Camera Flash Features||Slow Sync, Flash +/- Compensation, Af Illuminator, Auto Flash, Red-Eye Reduction Flash, Rear Sync Flash, Front Sync Flash, Fill-In Flash|
|Screen Details||LCD Display-Tft Active Matrix-2.5"-Color|
|Flash Modes||OFF! Mode, Fill-In Mode, Slow Synchro, Red-Eye Reduction, Auto Mode|
|Expansion Slot||1X CompactFlash Card-Type I/II|
|Connector Types||1X USB, 1X Remote Control, 1X Composite Video Output|
|Microphone Type||Without Built-In Microphone|
|Focus Adjustment||Manual, Automatic, Autofocus & Manual Focus|
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Easy to use
Good image quality
As good as a 2005 Corvette
An excellent example of a three digit (D100, D200, D850) Nikon. 10 megapixels is plenty, and since I have a bunch of cameras with the CMOS Sensor, I don't mind this having a CCD. I find that cameras with 6 mpix up (Nikon D100, Canon 20D, etc. work fine, are quick processing, and don't take so much room in the cloud. Plus, you can shoot in RAW (NEF) with a manageable size file. It feels good and solid in the hand, Large size viewfinder makes it easy to get verticals and horizontals squared away. Menu choices reasonable and manageable, four shooting presets on the menu. No automatic setting like on cheaper Nkons. (Default settings are fine, but this camera is one that responds well to custom settings. I love it and oftenn reach for it in preference to my D2X, and my 24 megapixel D7100.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: megamillion11
Great Camera For The Price. Get One If You Can.
The D200 is an excellent camera for being an older model. I was able to pick it up with a lens for about $185 with shipping and I couldn't be happier. It's more in depth than point and shoot cameras I have used, but it's still straight forward if you do your research and learn how to properly use it. I recommend buying a cleaning kit and some silica or other anti-moisture packets because mine was delivered with some dust in the body and a little bit of fogging on the lens, so it's good to have it around as a precaution if you are a first time buyer. Even if you can't pick it up with a lens, I highly recommend this older body as it is above average image quality, has all the features you could want, and has a professional feeling and weight than most of the $500-800 entry level cameras on the market. Heck, I think it's even cheaper to buy this and to get a good condition kit lens off of here than it is to buy a brand new one. All in all if you can pick one of these up, I highly recommend it.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: lambertpawn
The camera I gave up my F5 for!
Even though the rest of the world seemed to be going digital, I clung stubbornly to film, thinking no other camera could produce images that could touch the ones produce by my F5 and Fuji professional color film. The D200 proved me wrong. I used a rental D200 along with my F5 to do a wedding in October 2009. I was amazed at the results. The images were every bit as good as the F5 produced! Not only that, but the same great Nikon Lenses (105mm micro, 60mm micro and 24-120 mm zoom) worked as quickly and as smoothly on the D200, as they did on the F5. Another big plus; you can see your shot almost instantly; to see who blinked or made a funny face, instead of finding out when the film is processed. I used to take 4 shots of everything, to be sure I had one great shot. Now, I can save the film! As far as ease of use; the D200 is point and shoot simple or as creative as you want to be! On program mode you can punch out great shots all day long; especially if you're using an sb600 or sb800 flash or a Metz 54MZ4. I used all of them and they supported the Nikon ittl, flawlessly. Controls are easy to reach and easy to use, and you'll soon be experimenting with shutter priority, (my favorite) aperture priority, or even full manual. I may be getting timid, or just tired, but at weddings I tend to go with program in most cases and I've found from the results that "the camera seems to know best". Depending on the mood I'm tryng to create, I will use shutter priority and aperture priority, but for the most part, I've come to worry about posing and let the image up to the camera; and it hasn't failed me yet. Although not as heavy as the F5, the D200 does have some heft to it. I like that. It's all metal body feels solid and sounds solid. At 10.2 megapixels, it's not the max, but I just recently added a D90 to my collection, with 12.3. While the D90 is awesome in its own right, the images produced aren't noticibly superior to the D200. The D200 isn't cheap, but you can find a good used one for $600-$700 on ebay and when you combine it with a great Nikon lens, you'll be able to produce some really amazing images. I was impressed enough with the D200 to part with 2 F5s, an F100 and F4s, film cameras all, in order to buy 2 D200s a D90 and, for family outings, trips, etc a D60. Thus far, I'm not at all sorry. I'm getting a positive response from my wedding clients, the certainty of knowing "I got the shot" and reliable performance from digital cameras that are every bit as tough as their film predecsors. If you're looking for something affordable, yet more advanced than the entry level digital cameras, thew D200 will get you professional quality shots while letting you enjoy photography once again!
Well built and full of features
This camera is a very well built and feels substantial in your hand- much better than the newer more plastic, light-weight consumer dslr's. It packs many features into its controls while still being easy to use for the basic user. A truly great option for someone who is getting into photography for the first time as well as the more seasoned photographer. Since it has an internal focus motor it can use the complete range of available Nikon and other glass available, making this a great choice.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: jjmullen
Great camera for the used price.
I work with many people who want to move from a point and shoot to a DSLR. The D200 is my top recommendation for those who want to be serious about learning the power of an SLR. The D200 has easy access to the power features of bracketing and ISO adjustment. Picture quality is great and the camera is extra durable. The only complaints I have may be the size and weight and having no SD card slot. The camera is a bit heavy compared to a D3100. I have a SD slot on my computer and I prefer SD cards only because of that. Don't get me wrong, I like the D300S better than any other Nikon I have used. The D300S is a bit more pricey and I like the D200 for a starter.