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    Re: Sad D200 owner

    Quote Originally Posted by FredKingston View Post
    I just checked my D200, Cindy and THAT adjustment wasn't available on the D200... Although, that would have been my first instinct also.
    Bummer! Thanks for checking.


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    Re: Sad D200 owner

    Thanks Cindy and Fred for the reply's. I've been down that road hoping it was something I could adjust in a menu, but couldn't find anything. The RAW files look the same and I don't think any of those menu settings affect the RAW files, so it's a deeper problem unfortunately I think.
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    Re: Sad D200 owner

    I'm going to replace the broken off menu control on my good D200 from the parts camera then sell it. Reason being, I just bought a used D700!!


    I'll probably keep the D200 parts camera because it basically works and I only have $35 into it.
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    Re: Sad D200 owner

    Quote Originally Posted by KJProX View Post
    I'm going to replace the broken off menu control on my good D200 from the parts camera then sell it. Reason being, I just bought a used D700!!


    I'll probably keep the D200 parts camera because it basically works and I only have $35 into it.
    That was quite a tail... I have to say that I do love my D700 it has been great. I also am not a fan of sling straps except in very specific applications where I am keeping a grip on the camera and have the strap for safety. I have gone to a Cotton harness. I have to say it has proved to be the best carry method.

    I got it for my birthday and I use it every time I go out for anything. I can carry two cameras, but I have not needed too yet. I either have the 700 or 7200 and my shoulders do not suffer and neither do my arms. It is amazingly secure. A 90-degree turn and the camera is locked in place or unlocked. Just thought I would pass that on as well.

    Hope you enjoy the D700.
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