Nikon D2H


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Nikon D2H

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I just purchased the D2H and my experience is limited.  It has a very nice feel similar to the F5 and is designed for professional.  This is a large robust camera and most would not want to carry it around.  For those that choose to you will benefit from the many features that this camera as to offer.  Here are a few of the features 2" LCD Panel, 100% Viewfinder, 8 Frames Per Second of Shooting and there really are to many to list.  Build quality is top notch and is made with seals in critical locations to keep out dust and moisture.  I have not printed out many photos but what I have printed out have looked great. I currently use the Epson 2200 printer which I highly recommend.  The D2H is a four megapixel camera that delivers results that have been widely claimed to beat most six megapixel cameras.  I can attest that I have printed out 13x19 photos that were stunning.  Nikon recently lowered the price of this camera and I'm not sure if you can find a professional digital camera at a better price today.  I have been resisting the purchase of a digital camera.  I can say that I'm a convert who is still learning about digital. 

 

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I have been using the D2H for a little while and can say that I have learned more about exposure from using digital than in all the years of film.  Great tool to review what you have done and then revaluate your exposure.  I now can take pictures for pure fun and not worry about the cost.  If I happen to take a good photo then I will print it, otherwise I can delete it.

 

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Some Quick Comments: 

 

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Getting images ready for print can be a time consuming process.  

 

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Can focus faster than my F5

 

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Digital is a nice way to learn, review, retake and no waste

 

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More fuss than film with all the settings

 

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More flexible than film (fuss can have an advantage)

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