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D100 6.1 M/P NIKON DIGITAL - D100 6.1 MEGAPIXEL WITH BATTERY & CHARGER (CF CARD )

    

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tony

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Pros: nice unit d100 almost pro level
Cons: none

Reviews: bought d100 for a back up to my d40. use it so much i like it better at times is great!!!
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D100 Nikon--great deal on a used body

Reviewed by: DKtucson
Pros: solid built feature rich great price and the bgn grade is what others would call excellent.
Cons: heavier than newer issue cams--but as I pointed out it has a more solid feel and less tinny . The mode dials will take a bit of a learning c...

Reviews: Needed a backup body that would take my old school optics from my film FE nikon. At $199 this was a no-brainer in that it has decent quality at 6.1MP (not too ancient). A 4gb card will store anywhere from 4000 to about 250 images depending on quality mode.
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A Great Deal

Reviewed by: Davis
Pros: Excellent condition, Excellent Price, Performs with ALL Nikon lens unlike the newer D40, Better build than the D70/D50, Great ISO performanc...
Cons: No Super Hi ISO Performance like the modern D200/D300/D80 etc. Modal type dial for ISO, WB takes some getting used to.

Reviews: I bought an EX+ rated D100 with the Nikon Battery Grip and 3 batteries, shipped and all for under $300 dollars. What a deal! The camera is in superb condition, no button wear or anything. I would recommend this to anyone looking for a first or backup Nikon SLR. I am getting ...
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Great backup cam for the price

Reviewed by: DKtucson
Pros: Great Price Nikon Interchangeability with old school manual modern digital af lenses
Cons: smaller LCD than newer cams readouts hard to read in low light

Reviews: We looked at getting a Nikon d3000 when the club stores blew them out under $500 with a lens. I was amazed to find my old 35mm film format AI lenses worked in full manual mode. I looked for a backup body and found this BGN grade for $199--great deal. 6.1MP is not too far back in...
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