Written on: 26/12/2007 by mcloughlincarl (1 review written)
I also brought a telephoto lense to use with my Konica Minolta Dimage A200. Best I could go for without buying an slr and no regrets, the results have been awesome. (read more)
Written on: 08/06/2007 by Geoff C (8 reviews written)
Delightful to use, and once mastered you can produce images as you want them to look easily. The Image quality is really quite good. Macro is a bit annoying being only at either end of the zoom range.
I found Sunshine/daylight white balance left a slight yellow green cast at times.
Auto white seemed more consistent and with one step in the direction of blue I got accurate colour results. Manual White balance is better than tungsten or fluorescent. Image Stabilisation really works well, this... (read more)
Written on: 07/09/2005 by webster7 (2 reviews written)
The Konica Minolta Dimage A200 is an easy-to-use alternative to the expensive Digital SLR. The all-purpose 28 - 200MM (equiv) lens makes it unnecessary to change lenses, and keeps the interior clean. Eight mega-pixels enables the owner to edit and/or process the images without sacrificing quality. The problem of artifacts showing up in images taken at high ISO settings, can easily be corrected by processing with artifact reducing software like PureImage. While the built-in flash is fine... (read more)
Written on: 20/07/2005 by moggin (3 reviews written)
Konica Minolta Dimage A200 - This really is a camera that you have to use in order to learn. You need to use Rawshooter or Photoshop CS to process your photos into tiff files from where you can change to jpeg mode to print. Avoid high iso's at all costs as you will introduce camera noise if you are not careful. CS can overcome this. (read more)
Written on: 17/04/2005 by moggin (3 reviews written)
Have owned 4 and 5 megapixel cameras but the Konica Minolta Dimage A 200 is an 8 megapixel. OK so you get a bit of barrel distortion but I found it to be no worse than any other digital camera. Anyway software can easily minimize this. Noise supposed to be a problem above 200 iso but not found it necessary to go above 200. Once again noise can be minimized with software.
Have found colours can be a bit variable (occasional colour cast)in jpg mode but in RAW mode are fine.Purple fringing also... (read more)