idd :wink:Chris101 said:Since I have a six megapix D100, I'd pick a D2h ... better battery life with faster focussing and shooting.
The D2H is more like a pseudo 6mp camera. On absolute little details, a true 6mp camera still resolves better in my opinion.Ruffles said:
Oh, Frits. That really matters for me. Thank you.Frits said:Christian,
Early last year I chose the D1x over the D2H. Never regretted it. The image quality of the D1x is just gorgeous. Natural colors and just about noiseless at ISO 125. The battery is not as good as todays DSLR's. No biggie, bring a spare and live with it.
The D2H is a speed demon, but for the picture quality, I'd still take the D1x anytime.
As always, just my personal opinion.
The simplistic answer is that the D1X is biased toward studio use and the D2H is biased toward field/action use. So it sort of depends on what you're looking for. Hmmmmmmm, the D1X for methodical/portrait pics and the D2H for machine gun action. :lol:chbar said:If you were to choose between two used gears, which one would you favor between th D1X (buffer and firmware upgraded) and the D2H ?
I thought it was the D100 (and Kodak and Fuji) that had the "crappy" N80 chassis. I believe the D70/D50 have a totally new chassis built in a totally new factory.Jonathan F. said:It's a toss up. If money is a concern, the D70 is the 'baby' D1X with some of the D2H technology thrown in...with the crappy N80 chassis!