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Kyle Schurman

Do You Own a Nikon Camera?

By January 13, 2014

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If you received a Nikon camera recently -- or if you've owned one for quite a while -- please consider sharing your experiences with that camera through a "user review" of a Nikon camera.

Although I have a chance to review quite a large number of cameras, I don't have the time or resources to review every Nikon camera that's manufactured, so I'm hoping those of you reading this site can post your thoughts on cameras you own, which will help all of the site's readers as they're trying to find great cameras to purchase. Good experiences and bad experiences are both welcomed.

Just click the link below to enter your camera's information, which should require only 3-5 minutes. And, if you own a non-Nikon camera, you can find user review forms for other models on the Camera Reviews page.

Nikon Camera User Review Form

Comments
June 10, 2013 at 6:31 pm
(1) J. Edward Switzer, DTC says:

Own and use both a NIKON 5700 and a NIKON D1x. Neither has ever let me down. Obviously, used for different reasons and at different times.
But they do share one major plus: Traditional NIKON quality and flexibility, especially the D1x. A tad bulky, but well worth the time taken to use and enjoy.
Should I ever feel the need to buy another body, I’m sticking with NIKON. IT’s all you’ll ever need.

June 10, 2013 at 9:45 pm
(2) darlene1958 says:

I just received my Nikon Coolpix 16,0 Megapixel for Mother’s Day from my daughters’ and I love it. I use it everyday.The pictures come out so sharp and it zooms in and I don’t get blurry pictures like my last camera would leave me with.

June 10, 2013 at 10:55 pm
(3) Judi van der Kaay says:

Was conned into photography, and it was a subtle one too! Havew never regretted falling for it though. Started with a D60, then to a D700 and a D7000. In between about 5 P&S to say nothing about a mess of lenses. I mean a mess! It isn’t a lens that makes the photographer, I know that, but I do know the Nikon name. It is the quality and integrity that I rely upon for mumbling through the wonderful world of cameras and leaning to tell a story with their equipment. Have much to learn but am enjoying the process in confidence.

June 17, 2013 at 3:30 am
(4) carol says:

I have a Nikon D100 its the first Nikon I have had but I love it to bits its so easy to use and the pictures are very sharp. I have a bridge camera as well but I like to use the D100 more as I can use the setting more in manual.
My next camera will be another Nikon when I am ready to upgrade as I am so pleased with the performance’s of the camera

January 20, 2014 at 9:05 pm
(5) Jimmy Walls says:

I’m from the old school. I still use a Nikon D-200. The D-200 wrote the book on useable and rugged. I’ve been shooting with it for 7 years and its never missed a shot. It’s flown all over the United States and travels with me on my 4-wheeler in the back woods of east Texas.

January 25, 2014 at 10:20 am
(6) cameras says:

That’s great to hear – I wish I had taken better care of some of my older cameras, because they were great models! Hope you get another 7 years out of it!

Kyle

January 27, 2014 at 10:08 pm
(7) Ken Branch - Akron, Ohio says:

I have owned a Nikon D-90 since in came out a few years ago and love it! Easy to use…not too heavy and the quality of photos outstanding. I bought several Nikon lenses including a 70 – 300 zoom and everything Nikon is built to last. Now that the D-90 is no longer made, I hope to add a D-7000 soon or possibly a Nikon FX model to my collection. I don’t think you can go wrong with a Nikon

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