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Nikon D2x Dslr 12.4 Mp Camera

nikon d2x dslr 12 4 mp camera

Nikon D2X DSLR 12.4 MP Camera

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  • 12.4-megapixel sensor captures 4,288 x 2,848-pixel images--enough resolution for 19-by-39-inch prints
  • Compatible with AF Nikkor lenses; 11-area autofocus system
  • 2.5-inch LCD; optional support for GPS data recording, wireless transmission, and Nikon's s Creative Lighting System
  • Instant start-up and 37ms shutter lag
  • Stores images on CompactFlash cards (Types I and II) and Microdrive; powered by EN-EL4 rechargeable lithium-ion battery (included with charger)

Buy Now : Nikon D2X DSLR 12.4 MP Camera

Brand : Nikon
Category : Electronics,Camera & Photo,Digital Cameras,DSLR Cameras
Rating : 4.1
Review Count : 57

nikon d2x dslr 12 4 mp camera
nikon d2x dslr 12 4 mp camera

Nikon D2X DSLR 12.4 MP Camera

  • For such a low price it was interesting to work with their top flagship DSLR from over a decade ago. I am more familiar with newer Nikon DSLR cameras. I got a D7000 in 2012. Then a D810 in 2014. I loved it so much I could not resist their D850 in 2018. As a collectors piece I had got a D1 for just a Ben Franklin. The D1 is not very usable at just under 3 meg sensor, but it does still work, which is amazing for an electronic device made 20 years ago.This D2X did not seem to work with my newer Nikon speed lights. It would take a single frame, but would shock the battery and read as if it were dead. Then turing it off and on again it would usually clear for another shot. I thought it was defective, but it seems to work okay with a trigger.I have since been using this D2X in my sheet metal workshop for the last few months, and it seems to be working fine and has not worn down the battery much. The monitor on the back is small and has a noticeably lower resolution display than my newer DSLRs, which is a bit disconcerting.It took me over 2 months to figure out how to set the clock on it and get it to stick. It kept reading as if those images were taken in 2004. Then I changed the little hidden watch battery. I have yet to figure out how to get it to number the images secquentially, as it starts from the beginning each time I remove the images from the CF card. Again, that is probably user error, but a terrible default setting.I am glad this D2X can read my 32 gig CF card, where the D1 could not read that sort of high capacity card. I had to get a used 1/4 gig card from someone just to see that it still works.
  • The D2X journey. I love this camera now. I took a year to take great images! This was my first DSLR. What an experience. I don\'t want to talk specifics here, but just want to say that anyone wanting to learn photography that is dedicated and not easily deterred, but the D2X! It forces you to understand all aspects of photography. I never take it out of manual mode and never have. It has forced me to learn lightroom software for post processing. I want to get the D5 which was way out of my budget. Now I am being ask to sell images and have purchased a professional printer that will print on canvas, this will allow me to get the D5. There is so much to learn, that I can not express enough how much this camera has forced me to do that. The D2X is not forgiving! If you don\'t learn your images will suck! Buy it and enjoy, and stay interested in the learning curve. This camera has changed my life. People say my images remind them of paintings. It really will take absolutely great images, but you have to know what you are doing, how to post process, and how to correctly print. If you are new, NO, IT IS NOT EASY!
  • This was Nikon\'s high res camera, and in actual use it really did just put the Canon 1Ds Mkii to shame. Much better files at any ISO. Much more color accurate. More dynamic range, especially at base iso. And, because of the crop sensor, it was always sharper into the corners. Especially with wide angles (I always felt that canon\'s wide, superwide, and ultrawides were soft in the corners to start with--the high res 1Ds series just exposed the flaw).I doesn\'t hold it\'s own against today\'s offerings in terms of image quality (especially at high ISOs), but it is very capable of producing great images. (Or at least as capable as the person wielding it). I used it at 3200 and my work flow was just adapted for it.I sold my battle scarred beasty to a student and I now shoot a d700. ....but a part of me misses that camera.I would definitely take this over anything under a d90 today. And I\'d take this over a d90 if I were going to be shooting in inclement weather or dusty environments.Unlike the d1/d1x/d2h, this camera will still be in use years from now. It\'s just that durable and that good. Even the batteries are durable (Canon had only begun using lithium ion batteries in their pro cameras three years after this camera was released--the 1Ds mkii uses NIMH batts that you can\'t even buy new anymore).Nikon did everything right when they made this one. Definitely a robust beast.
  • The D2x is a very fast and flexible camera and well worth the price I paid for it used. I like the quality of the pictures I get with it and the fact that it extends the focal length of my lenses so that I can put off putchasing longer lenses for a while. One thing I read while researching the D2x was the noise at ISO higher than 800 and it is true. I try not to push my camera beyond ISO 640-800 as I find that the shadow noise is unacceptable, even with noiseware software. I have a D700 for high ISO shots. Overall I am very impressed with the picture quality and build quality of the D2x.
  • Was a D1x user 15 years ago with an investment in several Nikon telephoto lenses. Getting back into nature photography and needed a compatible camera body. Perfect choice. The 10 Mpixel images have great detail. Camera arrived in excellent condition. The user interface is almost exactly the same as my old D1x so no real learning curve. Snapped on my lenses and started shooting. Just like old times.
  • Bought this fella in 2014,The first thing I have to say is... Outstanding performance!I didn\'t expect much since the D2x is about 10 years old already.It is way better than my Nikon D5000 that I bought in 2009-even the D2x felt like going back in time, it is a HUGE upgrade from the D5000.Fast and accurate autofocus.Shoots 5 frames per second(8 frames per second in reduced resolution mode)ISO range 100-3200 (not very impressive according to 2014\'s standard)Very customizable camera.Big, sturdy, feels tight and solid in my hand(s)-like I could use this camera to defend myself or something.***You need to use good lenses for this camera to perform do its best.A lot of pros, and also a few cons of course...I love this camera, and I would totally bring it everywhere I go.It sure does make you look like a pro.It makes me want to go out and take more pictures.I would recommend this camera to people who are on a budget.If you want a really good camera... save up and invest on a more recent/better camera.

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