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Nikon D100
Nikon D100

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Nikon D100

Editor's Review

The Nikon D100 offers professional functions at a price that may tempt some amateur photographers. Though the camera's battery life, fast autofocus and compatibility with existing Nikon lenses win it praise, complaints about soft image quality and flimsy parts may deter serious photographers.


  • 6.1 megapixels (effective)
  • auto and manual focus
  • program and manual exposure
  • JPEG
  • TIFF and RAW file formats
  • ISO range 200-1600
  • proprietary Lithium-Ion battery. Accepts interchangeable Nikon lenses -- lens not included
  • UPC: 00018208252060
  • Release Date: Mar 05, 2003

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Nikon D100 Reviews

Nikon D100 Reviews by Digital Camera-HQ Users

  • 5.0 out of 5
D100 (Jerry Wold — 02/24/2007)

Bought this camera when it first came out . Very good and reliable camera I take it everywhere I go

  • 5.0 out of 5
Workhorse (Vijay Soni — 12/17/2006)

More and More pixles are pouring in every day. Down side is No Multiple Exposure facility. LCD is small.6.1 effective pixles is good enough for A4 enlargment even my Agency has done hoarding size enlargement. I use only Nikkor prime lenses.Would like to upgrade to D2X but for the prohibitive price. D100 is notorious in catching dust on the CCD. Dust problem always prevails. I am very happy with D100

  • 5.0 out of 5
fantastic camera (Bmg — 09/28/2006)

This camera still surprises me with it great performances. I shoot youth sporting events and nature /landscapes, and am always amazed at its preformace. I always get rave complements about the pics I take!!!

  • 5.0 out of 5
Using the Nikon D100 with Battery Pack (anonymous — 07/18/2006)

I have this camera and have used it in many tough situations now and it has passed with flying colors. I have 20 nikon lenses and used most of them with this camera so far . The lens that I really love with it is my 20-35mm 2.8 AFD or my 35-70mm 2.8 AFD Nikon. They give me a bit more wide angles and telephoto coverage with this format with the 1.5 x factor. The camera handles well with the battery pack on it and gives me a vertical shutter release and command control as well as a digital audio message recorder built in to the pack for short memos of the picture you just took. It also has 2 rechargable Lion batteries or you can use 6 AA's if needed with the supplied clip. The monitor is big enough but not the biggest and all of the controls are in just the right places. Also you can preview depth of field, a feature that I really need and love to have . The viewfinder is very bright and has a ton of info including vertical and horizontal lines if needed with the menu. All in all this D100 is a great camera and for what it does, including making top notch pictues, for the price, it's hard to beat!

  • 5.0 out of 5
A good compromise between the D2H and D (anonymous — 07/18/2006)
I owned three Nikon DSLR i.e. D2H, D100 & D70. I had the D70 before my D2H and in comparison; the D100 gives me excellent digital photos and sufficient data for my needs. It handling is much better than D 70 due to the battery pack and a vertical grip for better handling. The shutter is much more quieter and faster then the D70. I like particularly the RGB I, II & III.