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Nikon D2Xs - Sample Photos and Specs


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12.4 effective-megapixel Nikon DX format CMOS sensor. The CMOS image sensor provides high-speed performance at up to 5 fps. Continuous shooting at 8 frames per second is possible when using the high-speed crop mode that records the central portion of the frame at 6.8-megapixel resolution.

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Nikon D2Xs

Nikkor 10-24mm f/3.5-4.5

f/5.0

1/500sec

ISO 200

 

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Nikon D2Xs

Nikkor 55-300mm

f/5.6

1/320sec

ISO 400

 

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Nikon D2Xs

Nikkor 55-300mm f/4.5-5.6

f/5.6

1/1000sec

ISO 200

 

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Nikon D2Xs

Nikkor 55-300m f/4.5-5.6

f/6.3

1/160sec

ISO 400

 

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Nikon D2Xs

Nikkor 55-300mm f/4.5-5.6

f/5.6

1/250sec

ISO 400

 

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Nikon D2Xs

Nikkor 10-24mm

f/4.5

1/60sec

ISO 200



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And do you have some dx camera? Can you make few shots of one scene with the same settings and post them here to compare?



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The D2Xs is a DX camera. (It is the only DSLR that I have).

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Sorry, I always thought that it is fx.



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Unfortunately, it is not.   If I am not mistaken, its successors are FX.   But alas, mine is a DX.   However, I am very happy with it.   ;)



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DX, FX, whatever.

 

That is an excellent camera. FX is a bit of a gimmick, in my opinion. 



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I love it.   My skills don't even come close to matching its abilities.   I am glad to have it.   Heck, I had to order a Magic Lantern manual just to figure out how to use it.  :lol:



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I love it.   My skills don't even come close to matching its abilities.   I am glad to have it.   Heck, I had to order a Magic Lantern manual just to figure out how to use it.  :lol:

 

I got to handle the next gen version of your camera the other day, the D3x. It belongs to the photo teacher. I'm holding it like it's some kind of advanced alien gadget, and she says to me, "Once you shoot with that you won't want to go back." 

 

I just handed it back to her after asking how much it cost.

 

I was a bit conflusterated. 



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Even though Nikon lists the D3x as being an "archived" model, you can still buy them new in box from several places, and most are listing around the $8k mark.   D4's don't even list for that much.