I acquired my d100 about 3 weeks ago. It's been a star performer.
Please keep in mind: - set wb manually. auto and bracketing furp nctions are slightly unpredictable - set sharp option to "high" for best quality sharpness. Also, low ISO = better pics. -avoid any photo manipulation proram that 1) crops with interpolation, 2) forces its own color scheme - be careful in dusty or hostile environments. Dirt is the enemy of your CCD - it pays to buy a large compact flash card - expect that camera will make you wait if you fire off 6-b urst set of photos - it has to process into - in intermin, will not take - additional photos - the ad ditional battery pack is worth the money - better ergonoomics, vertical grip, voicememo, and af control. pretty cool. - shoot the biggest file you can manager - as always, starting with a good solid photo is the key to succcess. Smaller, compressed files such as JPEG give up a LOT. - I'm NOT happy that my sb28 will not work w/ digital cameras - I really don't care what Nikon's reason is - rip off! - delays in d100 accessories are not acceptable - partic as Nikon is aiming this product as pro and semi-pro crowd.