"The look" of images from D200 compared to D2X
It took me a while to even figure out how to ask such a subjective question, but I couldn't find any other way of wording it. The D2H and D2X have a wonderful "film" look to them compared to some other DSLR cameras. If you have owned a D2H or D2X, and now own a D200, do you find the resulting images to have that nice "film-like" look?
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#1. "RE: "The look" of images from D200 compared to D2X" | In response to Reply # 0Dubhacan Basic MemberSat 31-Dec-05 04:33 PM
Difficult for me to say because my very first SLR was a D70.
Then I added an F5 and a FM2 - I had to start using film for my photographic studies. Now I have the D200 which, so far, has performed sensationally well for me.
Using film felt like stepping back in time. Akin to waking up and deciding I wanted to play 8-track tapes in my car instead of CD's. I couldn't stand film grain, hated the delay in knowing if I'd nailed an image and balked at it's expense. And wow is film expensive!
I can say that the D200 has a really beautiful 'great image' look if that helps you
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