Nikon D200 Review
10.2-megapixel CCD maximum image resolution of 3,872 x 2,592 pixels.
2.5-inch LCD monitor.
“F” mount Nikkor lenses. Non-CPU Lens support.
11-point AF area selection.
The program, Flexible Program, Shutter Priority, Aperture Priority, and Manual exposure modes.
Shutter speeds from 1/8,000 to 30 seconds, with a Bulb setting for longer exposures.
ISO 100 to 1,600 ISO equivalents, plus three boost settings to a maximum of 3,200.
Built-in, pop-up flash
External flash hot shoe.
Nikon Creative Lighting System.
Continuous Shooting, Auto Exposure Bracketing, and Self-Timer modes.
JPEG and RAW (NEF) file formats.
Image storage on CompactFlash Type I or II memory cards, or Microdrive.
“F” mount Nikkor lenses.
Non-CPU Lens support.
All Nikon AF – AF-S DX and FX lenses, support NON-AI lenses – AI – AIS lenses this camera has built-in autofocus motor.
Accessories that is good to have.
Size comparison Nikon D700 FX vs Nikon D200 DX.
This camera is thirteen years old now in 2018 and is still okay to use for every day photoshoot.
The LCD screen has no live view, it’s also slow to zoom into the photo for sharpness and focus inspections.
ISO grain is very noticeable from ISO 400 and up.
The focus is slow compared to modern DSLR cameras.
This camera has beautiful Vivid colours.