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i love this
i love this camera. I've used it at my job for the past 3 years. i photograph product for the internet. it's perfect.
I have had mine for about two weeks and are very satisfied with it. It is very fast on Auto Focus and locks right on target. I purchased a Sigma 28-300mm zoom with it. Together I get great shots but have found it best to use a tripod at 300mm since ...it is a long lens. The built in flash is very ample but I reccomend an additional for large areas. The reason for the lower than perfect on the support is that I have not had to have any but know Nikons is very good. Read more Less
Everything on this Nikon is right. You can shoot at the speed and quality you are used from 35mm models. I have used Nikons since 1969 and I love the D100 as much as the other ones I have.
Finally a camera that has all the features of an SLR camera in the digital format. I bit heafty pricetag, but well worth it if you want quality.
I have to say, I just got this camera for a friend to go to the Galapagos. It came with a 28-105mm f/3.5 macro Nikon AFD-IF lens. I have been doing research on this camera and have found it to be most favorable in mostly all respects. The test shots ...came out faithful to the scene, same goes for the color (I have it set on Mode III - for outdoor vistas). The image quality with the lens is first rate. I was shopping for a digital P/S, but was not happy with any of the digitals on the market. Really nothing compares - except a whole slew of like cameras and newer models i suppose. I would advise anyone to get one or at least a newer model. I would have gone with the D200, or D300 if I had the CA$H. Next time. Read more Less
Got this after I got a Nikon 5700 and found that digital cameras were lacking. Well not a Digital SLR. Finally, a digital camera that functioned like a regular camera. Instant exposures as soon as you pressed on the shutter release. Mulitple shots. I...nstant previews. Overall Im very pleased with the preformance. Read more Less
it's more than nice.
Like all other Nikon products I've owned except for the coolpix 990, its truely awesome. I use it for backup to my D1X but often find it playing the lead role.
When I am on a shoot and money is on the line, the Nikon comes out first. I have two digital cameras. A Cannon D300 EOS Rebel and this one. When you hold the two in your hand the difference is like holding a toy and a fine instrument. The Nikon is t...he winner hands down. Overall focus, shutter release to finished shot is much faster with the Nikon. Read more Less
Like all of the D-SLR's I've tested (which isn't very many), the Nikon D100 is a superb camera that does whatever you ask of it. Resolution and color is excellent, performance is amazing, and it has nearly every manual control you could dream of. Read more
As I said at the outset, there's no question in my mind that the D100 is going to revolutionize photography even more so than the original D1 did when it first appeared. Read more
Although it carries a high price tag for the consumer digicam world, this responsive, high-quality camera is still a good value for a digital SLR. Read more
In summary, the Nikon D100 is an important step towards bringing the digital SLR within the reach of many more photographers. The D100 offers a more reasonably priced entry into the capabilities of the digital SLR, albeit at the cost of a few features that can always be added with the optional battery grip. Read more
The D100 enters that new segment of the digital camera market which was created when Canon released the EOS-D30. It's the middle ground between the high end $1,000 prosumer digital cameras and professional D-SLR's. Read more
Every few months I have the enviable task of reviewing expensive digital SLRs. The latest one here at the DCRP Labs is the Nikon D100 ($1999), which has a whopping 6.1 Megapixel CCD and every manual control you could dream of. Read more