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At this stage in the game, Nikon's lineup consisted of aging bodies, especially at the pro level with the D2 series. The D200 represented the first of a new generation, with the D80 and D40 soon to follow. The D2's had to duke it out for almost another year until the landmark D3 was launched. Many people seem to forget that Nikon lacked a full-frame body until 2007, so in 2006 it was all DX. That's right, Canon (sort of) had a monopoly on 35mm digital for 6 years and Nikon didn't go out of business...or get anywhere close to it. Think about that next time you read a forum post where someone claims X company will go bankrupt because they don't have product Y.
...and part of their flash lineup. Nothing too exciting, but they're all a few generations old by now.
That's it folks, check back later for more. Speaking of Nikon, reviews for the D50 and D70 (not s) are in the pipeline.