100.0% of Users Would Recommend this Digital Camera
0.0% of Users Would Not Recommend this Digital Camera
TOTAL USER RATINGS: 9
PROS: You can take absolutely brilliant photos - of any kind - with this camera. Truly a professionals dream - smaller than a 2X - with virtually all the same features. If you serious about photography, this is a top-shelf choice.
CONS: If you are a newbie, or a casual hobbiest, save your money and buy a D40x. This camera can take amazingly POOR photos if you don't know what you're doing!
PROS: Great feature set. So many programmable user sets. This camera has it all.
CONS: Higher ISO above 800 gets pretty noisy. myself shooting still-life, landscapes most of the time its fine for me.
PROS: Fast, ISO 3200, great autofocus, weather tough body, 10 MP
CONS: Short battery life, heavier than I'd like, menu system is complex (too many options)
PROS: One button settings access (especially ISO) in convenient location, High resolution & clear photos, fast
CONS: Battery door latch week; Not a beginner SLR: need to know what the settings mean or your pictures will show it
PROS: Price, Function, Usability, Image Quality
CONS: A full frame sensor would be better, but If Nikon would make a fast (2.8 or faster) super wide I would be equally happy.
PROS: Extremely fast, excellent control layout, good "control panel screen", excellent capabilities. If you like Nikon's way of doing things, you will love this camera.
CONS: Occasional WB confusion (true for most digitals, pro or otherwise), more camera than most people need (or can understand), but will be purchased by those who don't understand it, much less need it.
PROS: Great pictures, Fast. Big LCD. Rugged
CONS: Have to pop-up flash manually. Can't use inexpensive wireless remote shutter release. Modeling light button in bad place.
PROS: picture quality is outstanding, ergonomic grips, great GUI, excellant camera overall
CONS: battery is not bad but I wish it lasted longer. White balance a bit off under fluoresent lighting.
PROS: Superior build quality, Intuitive, Ergonimic design typical of Nikon, Accurate metering far superior to the competition, Built in flash, Same image processing engine as D2X but with custom built CCD.
CONS: None that I have found so far
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