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New Camera

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Dee200, Jul 29, 2008.

  1. Dee200


    Jul 17, 2008
    Finally went through and got a used D200 with an 18-200mm VR AF-S lens. Kit also comes the the lower battery pack making it look very much like the D3 :biggrin:

    I shall be posting some new pictures soon.
  2. Ok Dee, Nice start:cool: , Now just take a stroll over to the Lens Lust Forum and your fate will be sealed:smile:. Get those pics up. I loved my D200, Great Camera. Good Lens you have there also.
  3. Dee200


    Jul 17, 2008
    Thanks. Now all I need is to get my name changed from Dee 40 to Dee 200 :biggrin:
  4. I hope you enjoy your d200. I've had mine since December '05, and added a second one a couple of months ago. The d200 is a wonderful camera.

    The 18-200VR is an excellent superzoom, but I think you should try at least one fast lens. Imho the 35/2 would be a very good choice.
  5. congrats on the new camera! I've heard great things about it.
  6. Congrats! The battery grip is a great addition and my D200 seems naked without it. Have fun with your new "heavy" camera and show us your work sometime.......


  7. Mart61


    Dec 23, 2006
    Camberley, UK
    Way to go! You will love it! RTFM tho eh? :biggrin:
  8. Alan


    May 9, 2008
    Congrats on the D200. I love mine, having moved from the D40X to the D200. The feel is perfect with the battery grip. Enjoy, and let's see some photos.
  9. Zee71


    Apr 1, 2007
    Queens, NY
    Congrats on the D200, it's an awesome camera.........I don't even want to give mine up!!! The D200 will serve you well. The next thing to occur will be a case of "Lens Lust" that you might want to get for your D200. Looking to future posting of images from you.
  10. Dee200


    Jul 17, 2008
    While this camera is heavier than the D40 setup, the pictures are another story. Its a little more complex to use, but good so far
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