Where are the D200's?

Discussion in '35mm Cameras' started by JimmyG, Jan 29, 2006.

  1. JimmyG

    JimmyG Guest

    Has anybody got some insight as to when Nikon is going to ship the next
    batch of D200 bodies?
    JimmyG, Jan 29, 2006
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  2. JimmyG

    Jerry L Guest

    Could it be that the D250 or the D300 will be next, and there won't be
    any more D200 bodies?

    That could be marketing at its finest.
    Jerry L, Jan 29, 2006
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  3. JimmyG

    Mark² Guest

    The D200 has only been for sale for about a month...
    Mark², Jan 29, 2006
  4. That means there's *at least* another month before it's obsolete...
    Chris Loffredo, Jan 29, 2006
  5. JimmyG

    Mark² Guest

    Nah... Not with Nikon...
    Their product roll-out is slow as mollasses.
    -But since you did say, "at least," I guess you'd be technically correct.
    Mark², Jan 29, 2006
  6. JimmyG

    no_name Guest

    Actually, what I want to know is when am I going to be able to get my
    hands on a new 10.2MP Pentax *ist-D2?
    no_name, Jan 29, 2006
  7. JimmyG

    Matt Clara Guest

    Perhaps you're just caught up in the Canon marketing machine?
    Matt Clara, Jan 29, 2006
  8. Put money on it being branded Samsung...

    Martin Francis, Jan 29, 2006
  9. JimmyG

    Mark² Guest

    Nah. I've got my gripes about Canon, too.
    As for being caught up...I don't think so, since I'm still shooting with my
    10D...having passed up all of their new bodies since then...and not due to
    money issues. Canon has managed to get a lot of lens money during that
    wait...but my lenses will be around long after my 10D retires. :)

    I am keeping my eyes open for info on the 20D replacement, but it will have
    to be pretty slick to make me jump.
    Mark², Jan 29, 2006
  10. Looks like I'll be calling B&H tomorrow to preorder the D300.

    Rita Ä Berkowitz, Jan 29, 2006
  11. And us film dinosaurs keep the camera bodies around and
    retire the lenses.

    I hope your 10D's retirement will be voluntary.
    Nicholas O. Lindan, Jan 29, 2006
  12. JimmyG

    Mark² Guest

    It will be. More likely, it will become a backup body next to a +/-12mp
    update at some point. I still shoot with my EOS 3 and Elan IIe, though with
    diminishing frequency. I've "retired", sold, or given away my non-L lenses,
    save for two that I think are in the same league of quality: 50 1.4 and 100
    2.8 macro.
    Mark², Jan 29, 2006
  13. JimmyG

    no_name Guest

    I dunno. I think the Pentax DSLR line will stay branded Pentax. The
    digital P&S may become double branded; sold under both labels.

    And the announcement of the joint venture or whatever seemed to indicate
    Samsung would provide the sensor for a generation AFTER the *ist-D2
    (actually the next generation of AF-645D).

    Pentax hasn't actually said anything about a *ist-D2 AFAIK. I'm just
    hoping based on the Nikon D100 & *ist-D used the same sensor chip &
    Nikon's got a new 10.2MP camera using the same vendor's chip.

    So hopefully Pentax ...
    no_name, Jan 30, 2006
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