Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by SenenCito, Oct 26, 2005.
forgot these also
only rumored specs are out
announcement is in nov 1
Nikon D200 Features
Effective pixels - 12.4 million
Image sensor - CMOS sensor, 23.7 x 15.7mm size, 12.84 million total pixels
Image size - Full Image: [L] 4,288 x 2,848-pixel / [M] 3,216 x 2,136-pixel / 2,144 x 1,424-pixel
High Speed Crop Image: [L] 3,216 x 2,136-pixel / [M] 2,400 x 1,600-pixel / 1,600 x 1,064-pixel
Sensitivity - ISO equivalency 100 to 800
Storage media - CompactFlash™ (CF) Card (Type I/II) and Microdrive™
LCD monitor - 2.5-in., 235,000-dot, low-temp. polysilicon TFT LCD with white LED backlighting
Exposure metering - 3D Color Matrix MeteringII , Center-Weighted Metering and Spot Metering
Exposure Modes - Programmed Auto (Flexible Program possible) [P], Shutter-Priority Auto [A], Aperture-Priority Auto [A] and Manual [M]
Interface - USB 2.0 (Hi-Speed)
Power requirements - Rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN-EL3a, Quick Charger MH-18a, AC Adapter EH-5 (optional), Multi-Function Battery Pack MB-D200 (optional)
Dimensions (W x H x D) - Approx. 157.5 x 121 x 85.5mm (6.2 x 4.8 x 3.4 in.)
Weight - Approx. 810g (1 lb 13 oz) without battery and storage media
Nikon D200 Full Specifications
DX Format with 12.4 effective megapixels
The new CMOS image sensor features high image quality and high-speed 4-channel data output
New image processing algorithms combine with optimized analog and digital white balance to produce smoother, more consistent gradations with exceptionally pure color reproduction
Continuous shooting: 3 frames per second (fps) at 12.4 megapixels for up to 10 consecutive NEF (Nikon Electronic Format) images; 5 fps for 18 NEF images at 6.8 megapixels
3D-Color Matrix Metering II with ambient light sensor and 1,005-pixel RGB sensor further improves on Nikon’s acclaimed exposure metering system
High-speed, high-precision 11-area AF system with 9 cross-type AF sensors deliver quick response and sharp focus, even under the most challenging shooting conditions
Two new Adobe RGB color modes further expand professional color space options and also support for sYCC color space
Excellent response with instant power-up and ultra-fast 52ms shutter release lag
Top shutter speed of 1/8,000 second and flash sync speeds up to 1/250 second
Faster read/write speed for the memory card and a USB 2.0 Hi-Speed interface for faster image transfer
Large 2.5-inch LCD monitor for easy access to settings and information, as well as clear, flicker-free image preview
Creative in-camera effects, Image Overlay and Multiple Exposure
Functions such as World Time, automatic rotation of vertical compositions expand possibilities
Lightweight, durable magnesium body
Full support for Nikon’s Creative Lighting System when used with the SB-800 or SB-600 Speedlights
In addition to DX Nikkor lenses, the D200 supports more than 50 AF Nikkor lenses
Nikon’s PictureProject software is included, enabling easy control over image adjustment and management
Support for Nikon Capture 4 (version 4.3), a software application with the tools to assist the professional photographer
NEF (RAW) format for the utmost in versatile, effective image control and correction
JPEG and NEF (RAW) Combination Filing System enables simultaneous recording of NEF and JPEG data for the same shot
definitly wrong specs, those are from when someone copy pasted the d2x specs and just took out a few things..
if you want the most accurate ones check for jeff-c or thom hogan in the dpreview forums, jeff-c has especially been the most accurate posted of rumors so far.
Canon 1Ds/1D MkII owns it.
I wonder if this one will be able to use continuous mode at full res.
of course it does..but then you will be able to buy at least 4 d200 for the price
The thing is, Canon wins in every product category, from lowly P&S cameras, to top-of-the-line DSLRs.
It's the truth, isn't it?
o rly, what about those sigma ex lenses you sackride
They're available for Nikon too, so you guys at least have this to hold on to.
couldn't be any more happy with my nikon lenses, and my inferior(survived a heavy drop where a certain canon stoped working) d70
Did you drop your D70 from 12 feet?
Cause I'm pretty sure it would stop working as well.
Looks nice. Too bad it's a Nikon.
Looks like shit. GOD DAMNIT! Lose the popup flash already, gimme bright viewfinder for 2 grand
I was liking the wireless flash in that last one. call me new...but i've never seen it.
having a popup flash doesn't mean the viewfinder has to be sucky
Popup flashed are so much better-looking on a 350D/20D. I just love that overhang look they create. It makes the camera look aggressive, like it's scowling at you.
na was only 7 feet, but with some serious tugging.. I wouldn't be THAT careless with my camera
Jesus man sackride a little bit less!
not even true nikon sackriders are so hell bent on theyre cameras as you