Nikon D2X

The Nikon D2X is a professional digital SLR ( DSLR) camera with 12.5 - megapixel image sensor DX format from the D2 - series of the Japanese manufacturer Nikon. It was introduced in 2004 as a successor to the Nikon D1X.

The D2X was replaced in 2006 by the improved Nikon D2Xs. In parallel, there is the sister models Nikon D2H and D2Hs, which are designed for high speed operation. The D2H ( s ) has compared a resolution of 4 megapixels. With the release of the Nikon D3 in late 2007 both D2Xs and D2Hs were withdrawn from sale. The real successor to the D2Xs as a camera with high resolution, however, was only introduced in 2008, the D3X. At launch, the D2X D2Xs and cost around 5,000 euros each.

The DX - format CMOS sensor leads to the typical focal length extension factor ( crop factor ) of 1.5.


Wi -Fi transmitter module

With the Wi -Fi transmitter module WT -1, which is screwed at the camera, the Nikon D2X is able to spark images according to the Wi-Fi Standard IEEE 802.11b directly via FTP.

The successor model WT-2 also supports IEEE 802.11g and can s transfer such images at a speed of up to 54 Mbit / ( 6,7 MB / s). The wireless remote control of the camera is also possible with the accessory.