Is the Canon 40D or Nikon D200 the better camera?
Both cameras are pretty old now. I recommend the Canon 7D or 60D. or if you want Nikon, the D7000, D90, or D300s.
One can find reviews on the Nikon D200 camera at many different websites. Digital Photography School, CNET Reviews, eBay, and Nikon provide reviews for this camera.
While the Nikon D50 is excellent, its resolution, features, and price fall below that of the Canon Rebel XT. The D70's features, and price likewise fall just below the Canon 20D. And the new Nikon D200 exceeds the Canon 20D in resolution, price, and features. Between the 10.98 megapixel D200 and the 12.4 megapixel D2x is the 12.8megapixel Canon 5D. Though you could argue which was "better" for what usage, in terms of price and… Read More
Well if you like the Nikon D200 camera, then yes you should buy it. But it may be a little pricey. For new photographers, just settle for a normal camera and work your way up to an expensive camera since you now have more experience with camera.
Nikon Cameras (D200) Fuji-Film on some ones
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The Nikon D200 is great for everyday quick shots, as well as action shots thanks to the fast auto-changing ISOs and auto contrast features. It is also built with tougher material making it better for everyday use than other cameras in the same price and quality category.
Yes, F mount lenses fit the Nikon D80, D90, D7000, D3000, D3100, D5000, D5100, D40, D40x, D50, D60, D70, D70s, D100, D200, D300, D300s and every other Nikon digital SLR
No. Professionals use DSLRs. Even at that, many DSLRs are still just consumer level cameras. D200/D300/D700/D3 are professional Nikons.
This camera boasts things like a 10.2 megapixels, a .94 magnifier, rechargeable battery, 2.5 inch LCD screen to view your pictures, and a wireless transmitter.
Nikon D series lenses are interchangeable among Nikon digital SLR cameras.
No, only F mount lenses fit the Nikon D80, D90, D7000, D3000, D3100, D5000, D5100, D40, D40x, D50, D60, D70, D70s, D100, D200, D300, D300s and every other Nikon digital SLR A Nikon G lens will fit a D80. The G is a lens designation and not a mount. Nikon G lenses have a F mount.
At the back of the D200, there is a small switch, and if it is moved to face to the right instead of down, a compartment should flap open, and in it should be the SD card slot.
The D100 is the older camera (It is from 2001); Nikon's numbering scheme is slightly confusing: Single digit (F1, F2 D2, D3) are professional cameras Three digit (F100, D100, D200, D300) are semi-professional cameras Two digit (D40, D60, D90) are keen amateur cameras Four Digit (D3000, D5000, D7000) are keen amateur cameras too
depends on resolution cranked hires pics from a D200 nikon prolly 200 if you used my moms digital camera close to 80,000 cause there such bad resolution 71.4 kb for one picture on ok resolution we will say 10 pictures is 1 mb there is 1000 mb in a gb 14 X1000 If you crank the settings on high end nikon or canon you can have pictures that get prety large so that's what the… Read More
To photograph lightning, you have to a pretty large extent get lucky! You have to get into a position where you can see the lightening. You will need a tripod and a cable release. With the camera on the tripod, focus on infinity and make sure you have set manual focus. With the D200, you can set to take several exposures with a single press. Set a low aperture (f4 say) and use aperture priority… Read More
The easy way for doing this is something like this. - press on "BKT" button, and with back dial rotate until on top menu you will see 5F - Now you may shoot that 5 photos for your hdr . What I learn from some experienced user, is that if you have a shine day with a lot of light, you may try to make the photos from hand, and after that with a little… Read More
The nikon D40 camera is an entry level model in the nikon line up of digital SLR's. It was made with the the intention of capturing an audience of consumers that would conventionally purchase a point and shoot camera. In other words this camera was not designed for rigorous and serious photography, hence the reason for its short battery power. As a matter of fact you may notice that the battery life of a D40… Read More
Which DSLR is better Nikon D40 or D60 Money nor lens being an issue because I own a Nikkor 28mm a Nikkor 52mm and a Telephoto 180-300mm lens occcasionaly I will make poster size prints?
You list the 28mm & 50mm prime lenses. If these are AF lenses, they will only autofocus on the midrange and up Nikon cameras. The Entry level D40, D60, and D5000 cameras do not have autofocus motors in body, they rely upon an AF-S lens for autofocus. To replace those lenses with AF-S versions would cost more than a body with a motor. With that said, the very best non-pro Nikon camera that you can… Read More
This is rather vague as it depends on what you want to photograph. Having said that, the "standard" 50mm f1.4 lens is good value and very fast, its also around your budget. The 18-200mm lens will cater for many situations, but it's more expensive.
Any Nikon Lens Made from the 70s onward will fit on any Nikon SLR However, you will not have full function of the lens. You will not have autofocus capabilities. On many dSLRs, you will not be able to meter with the E series lenses. The target market for the E series Nikkors (E was for Economy) was the consumer market (even though there were some excellent optics in the line, such as the 75-150… Read More
Around 4500-5000 lbs
D is 2wd, W is 4wd
You can't only available with the vdr-d200
Ignition condensers went out with the ignition points in the early 1970's.
Camera shake normally occurs because your shutter speed is too low. A good rule of thumb is to make sure you do not use a shutter speed lower than 1/focal length. For example, if you are shooting at 300mm, you want a shutter speed no lower than 1/300 sec. You can increase your shutter speed by using a wider aperture like f/2.8 instead of f/5.6, which means you may need to upgrade your lens to… Read More
Yes. Or the new AF-s 35mm f1.8 and the 50mm f1.8 for about the same price as the 50mm f1.4. A good lens mostly and a wide range, my 18-200mm is slow and a little soft in low light and a little distorted all around. The 50mm is a short telephoto on DX sensors and the 35mm is a "normal" with almost no distortion and I believe three stops faster (allows more light to pass… Read More
I doubt you'll find any detailed information on the differences between iTTL and D-TTL as Nikon has never divulged (to my knowledge) how either of them work (trade secret). All we really know is that they both use preflashes to calculate the exposure prior to taking a picture. I believe the intensity of the preflashes may be different (with i-TTL being brighter); but, that's about all we know. Apparently, D-TTL was not as reliable as… Read More
The truck is made up and shot in a way that no indications of make are visible. Where there appears to be a place for a name or logo on the grill, it seems to be missing. So, the show's creators were clearly going for a mysterious or "generic" truck. However, the four headlights (not counting two on a bar) and the grill's shape are right for a 1963 Dodge D200, notably featured (with a… Read More
Camper 9000 was the heavy duty version of the Camper Special. 9000 lbs was the gross vehicle rating. Trucks came with heavy duty springs and a Sure-Grip equipped Dana 60.
Its not hard, i did it in my 76 d200. Take the face of the dash out by removing the screws, there should be three separet pieces of dash plates, then unbolt the two bolts that hold the raiod in. Unplug the wires and antenna and take it out. Go to an audio or electronics store and tell them what truck u have. They should give u a dash kit and wiring kit for the… Read More
Kind thanks to the folks at http://www.MoparTruckParts.com who sent me a detailed wiring diagram...it looks as if my Dodge D200 never had a horn relay! Wiring diagrams show battery connections, horn connections and grounding through the horn switch but no relay. I will have to find the weak link in the wiring or add a relay myself. For anyone with similar problems, +12 V comes off the fuse box on wire F15-16LG/BK, through pin 14… Read More
The numbers on truck models refer to the weight rating. Ford F100/F150/F250/F350, Dodge D100/1500/D200/2500/D300/3500, Chevy 10/1500/20/2500/30/3500. The "F" in ford models just means FORD and the "D" in Dodge models just means DODGE. The 1's series (10,100,150,1500) means that the truck is rated ½ Ton, the 2's series (20,200,250,2500) means the truck is rates for ¾ Ton, and 3's series (30,300,350,3500) means that the truck is rated for 1 Ton. For pre 1987 Chevy trucks… Read More