Nikon D2X Manual is aimed to fulfill the needs toward information of both technical or instrumental issue among this digital camera product especially for Nikon D2X.
Nikon utilized a JFET sensor in the D2H/D2Hs (with mixed results) but with the Nikon D2X have moved to a new APS sized CMOS sensor (just like Canon). The D2X’s CMOS sensor packs 12.84 million pixels into a 23.7 x 15.7 mm area, a pixel pitch of 5.5 x 5.5 µm.
Nikon D2X has excellent noise reduction software built into the camera, so its images reflect the very high quality one would expect from an expensive digital SLR.
When Nikon D2X was firstly released to the market?
Nikon D2X is a 12.4-megapixel professional digital single-lens reflex camera (DSLR) that Nikon Corporation announced on September 16, 2004. Even if it’s already released quite long time ago, but this product is still relevant for nowadays use, especially for you who likes retro camera kind of style.
Nikon D2X Features Summary
Before jumping into the nikon d2x manual, here are the highlights of the nikon h2x via imaging-resource
- 12.4-megapixel (effective), 23.3 x 15.5mm CMOS image sensor delivering image resolutions as high as 4,288 x 2,848 pixels (12.21 megapixels).
- High-speed crop mode for 8fps performance at 6.87 megapixels (3,216 x 2,136)
Single-lens reflex digital camera with interchangeable lenses (supports essentially all standard Nikon F mount lenses).
- Variable ISO (100 to 800 with “Hi” settings equivalent to 1,600 and 3,200).
- TTL optical viewfinder with detailed information display.
- 2.5-inch, low-temperature polysilicon TFT color LCD with 232,000 pixels.
- Program AE, Shutter Priority, Aperture Priority, and Manual exposure modes.
- Exposure / Flash / White Balance Bracketing, Interval photography, and Multiple Exposure modes.
- Image Overlay function combines two RAW images to form a single new image.
- Depth of field preview.
- Adjustable Low-Speed (1 to 7 fps) and High-Speed (8 fps) Continuous Shooting modes, plus Single-Shot, Self-Timer and Mirror-Lockup modes.
- Variable White Balance with nine modes, including a manual setting, fine tuning capability and ability to choose a color temperature from 2,500 to 10,000K (31 steps).
- 11-point TTL autofocus with Single-Area (manual), Dynamic-Area, Group Dynamic, and Dynamic-Area w/ Closest Subject Priority options to select AF point(s).
- Topside hot shoe for external flash connection of Nikon Speedlight as well as a second PC-style flash sync socket.
- Flash exposure determined by combination of TTL 1,005 pixel Matrix sensor and Five-Segment Multi sensor.
- Front-Curtain Sync, Red-Eye Reduction, Red-Eye Reduction with Slow-Sync, Slow Sync, and Rear-Curtain Sync flash sync modes. (With compatible external speedlight.)
- 3D-Color Matrix, Center-Weighted, and Spot metering options.
- Adjustable exposure compensation from -5 to +5 exposure equivalents (EV) in one-third, one-half, or one-step increments, in all exposure modes.
- Fine Tune Exposure custom setting allows adjustment of the camera’s default exposure value +/-1EV in 1/6EV.
- Lock-on mode prevents camera from losing focus lock when something briefly passes between lens and subject.
- Shutter speeds from 1/8,000 to 30 seconds in one-third, one-half, or one f-stop increments, and a Bulb setting for longer exposures.
- Color Mode, Sharpening, Tone Compensation, and Hue Adjustment options.
- Self-timer with programmable duration from two to 20 seconds.
- Secondary shutter release with lock for vertical-format shooting.
- Image storage on CompactFlash Type I or II, or Microdrive.
- JPEG, uncompressed TIFF (RGB), and NEF (RAW) data file formats.
- Two JPEG compression modes: Size priority (for greater predictability of remaining images) and Optimal quality.
- 10-pin remote terminal for optional remote control accessory.
- Optional wireless transmitter accessory for wireless image transfer to a computer. (FTP and PTP/IP over 802.11g wireless LAN.)
- NTSC / PAL-compatible A/V Out jack and included video cable for connection to a television set.
- DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) compliant.
- Powered by EN-EL4 lithium-ion rechargeable battery pack (battery and charger included), or optional AC adapter.
How much the price when Nikon D2X firstly released?
In the first release, the Nikon D2X can be purchased for $5000 body only And now, if you’re interested to own this compact digital camera device, you can get it in several online stores by paying from $429.99 for the used products including :
- Supplied Accessories – Type-B Focusing Screen, Rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN-EL4, Quick Charger MH-21, Body Cap, Camera Strap AN-D2X, A/V Cable
- Image Size – Full Image – [L] 4,288 x 2,848-pixel / [M] 3,216 x 2,136-pixel / [S] 2,144 x 1,424-pixel, High Speed Cropped Image
- Storage Media – CompactFlash Card (Type I / II) and Microdrive.
- 2.5 LCD Screen
- Exposure Control – Programmed Auto with Flexible Program [P], Shutter-Priority Auto [S], Aperture-Priority Auto [A], Manual [M]
Nikon D2X Manual
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