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Cameras like the Nikon D2X are real work-horses. Meant for intensive use under the strangest and heaviest circumstances. The Nikon D2X is made for it, it can absolutely take it.

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Nikon DSLR

Nikon D2x Digital SLR Review

Reader Score: 8.00 (out of 10)
"Cameras like the Nikon D2X are real work-horses. Meant for intensive use under the strangest and heaviest circumstances. The Nikon D2X is made for it, it can absolutely take it. The camera is well protected from dust and water and it can handle rough treatment. It makes the camera a bit heavier, but weight is not the most important thing here. Rather a somewhat heavier camera that you can trust than a light-weighted one that should be handled with care because of its fragility.

A beautiful, large dynamic range, fine plasticity and a beautiful colour reproduction. Photos that will gain your employer's full approval and satisfaction. The resolution is high and delivers images with rich details. The JPEG images are clean and almost completely free of artifacts. Working with a digital work-horse like the Nikon D2X is heaven, especially for the photo-freak and the devoted professional photographer." ...

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