Links mentioned in the video:
Nikon: D200 manuals, firmware, & software.
DPReview: Nikon D200 Review
Nikonians: Understanding Nikon’s Three Light Metering Systems
Nikonians: Understand the Multi-Cam 1000 Auto focus
I seem to have misplaced one folder full of images from this camera. Here are a few more in the meantime.
31 March 2016 Update: Found the folder and took some more last night.
Right at three years ago, I used the camera’s video out and captured a couple of images without a memory card.
Merry Christmas everyone!
I’ve had an Apple Quicktake 200 for a while but I never had media. It takes 5V Smartmedia. I scored another camera and this one had two memory cards with it. The camera isn’t working but it had some test shots on the cards.
I took the next two. My first camera does work. Behold the 1997 glory of 24-bit 640 X 480!
People are asking, and getting, $50-75 USD for a 2MB card. 4MB cards fetch around $100. Old Boss and Roland synthesizers need them so demand is still high.
I have a USB reader that can theoretically work with 5V Smartmedia. I haven’t found working drivers yet. I used a Fujifilm Floppy disk adapter FD-A1S to transfer these. I’ll do a proper write up when the camera is featured on 52 Cameras.
Not really but sort of. On 4 October 2015, a flock of wild turkeys decided to browse the yard for snacks. There were about twenty in all.
Canon 60D with Sigma DC 18-250mm 1:3.5-6.3 Macro HSM.