Nikon D200 could be said to have been aligned with the middle class other Nikon products such as: D90, D40 or D40x, even D2Hs and D2Xs. This camera launched by Nikon as the successor of the D100 as well as to compete with the Canon EOS-D60 sales. There are many advanced features that have been pinned on the Nikon D200, including the 10.2 megapixel resolution, good enough to build the image quality and fast handling. Reportedly, there are many features on the D200 is actually taken directly from the D2Xs, which is Nikon’s flagship DSLR from a high class.
According to several user reviews, they have praised Nikon D100 for the better matrix metering of the D40, D50, or D80. Because the sensors are more and less susceptible to overexposure; The Nikon D200 has a stronger body, because it uses magnesium alloy metal material; This camera can be controlled more easily, because there are a lot of control features to adjust shooting settings, image quality, ISO, shutter speed and so on; Ease because you can directly access the camera without going into the menu system; The Nikon D200 has a 4 channel sensor output, this feature can make the camera more quickly to support 5frame / s and finer color gradation.
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To restoring Nikon D100 to its factory settings, just simply hold down the [QUAL] button and the [+/- Exposure Compensation] button together, until the control panel turns off briefly while the camera resets itself to the factory default settings.
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