Nikon D300

Announced Aug 23, 2007 •
12 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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nikon battery en-el3e serial numbers Feb 25, 2009 I have 2 batteries and am wondering which is the newer one , does anyonw know how to identify the production date from the serial numbers , I dont find any info from nikon's site , thanks for any help on this one -- hide signature -- avishttp://www.pbase.com/avistar/avi_s_photographic_worldNikon D300, 50/1.4D, 17-55DX, AF-S VR 105/2.8G IF-ED,AFS70-300VR, Gitzo 1228, 1198 and 1226 , sb800dx , sb600dx , I have 4 EN-EL3E batteries, a EN-EL4A...
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I am looking to buy a used Nikon dslr and I'm thinking about getting a d300 or a d90. The d300 is more expensive, and my question is- is it worth the extra £50-100?
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I am new to dslrs and am thinking of getting a superzoom with a used d90 or d300, I'm not sure whether to go with the Tamron 18-270, or the 18-250 or the Nikon 18-200. Any advice or suggestions of other lenses would be much appreciated.
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Hey Everyone, I own a D300 and have decided to sell it to move to a full frame D610. She's in great shape, never been outside with around 1600 snaps of the Trigger. I have been out of this Hobby for over thirty years. Basically the D300 is for Photographing store product for upload to my Website and Auction sites.  When I was in my 20's I was somewhat serious. Started with a Nikon F2AS. Then went to an F3, and later a Medium Format Hassleblad 500cm. Did a few Weddings, Special Occasions, Full...
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Hello, I think I've made a very stupid mistake and while I was trying to upgrade the firmware of D3000, I accidentally used D300's files. Now when I switch it on (or off) flash comes up and gets on, display is blank, no operation no nothing apart from flash movement. Obviously, I've screwed it up . I sent it to local service and they asked for 400$! The camera is not worth 400$! Could anybody help me on how to reset this machine to factory defaults or fix this problem somehow? Thanks in...
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Quite lengthy post, so sorry for that, but thanks for taking the time to read it! I've been shooting a D7100 for about 4 months now and I am happy with it. But coming from a D300, I am still crying for the size and ergonomics of that body, not to mention the button layout. Not saying by any means that I don't like the D7100, I like it a lot, it's not uncomfortable to hold, especially since I use it with a grip, and I got used to the controls...mostly, I still get the "+" and "-" wrong...
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Hi Folks, I have had both my D700 and D300 for quite some time, and up until yesterday I never had a need to use the built in intervalometer. Here is the situation. I set it up to start at a specific time. I wanted it to take a picture every 15 seconds for three minutes. No problem. set my interval at 15 seconds, 12 intervals with one picture each. What I would like to do is set up the camera to do the same thing I described above, but automatically repeat it every eight hours until I stop...
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Hi all. I also posted this in the video forum but I was hoping to tap into the knowledge base here as well so I hope you don't mind. (I am a D300, D700 and D750 user). I am in need of a video camera for walk through (using flycam) architectural work. This is just for occasional times when needed on top of my commercial stills work. I have tested the Nikon D750 (because I have one available) but I'm not that happy with the jittering when panning left to right and also the out of focus areas...
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Can the d7100's AE-L/AF-L button be set up to perform exactly like the AF-ON button on a D200 or D300? The only reason I ask is because the question was put to me by someone else and I am not well-versed enough at this point to give him an educated answer. thanks --http://www.flickr.com/photos/107641481@N02/
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I started shooting Digital about 2 years ago. Before that it was all film. My first digital camera was / is the D7100. Since I only have experience with one digital camera, I suppose I'm not well versed on the different classes of cameras Nikon offers. What is it about the D300 / D200 and D100 that make it a "Pro" camera versus my D7100? What am I missing by not shooting a "Pro" camera? (And I'm not trying to be facetious - it's a real question)  --http://www.flickr.com/photos/107641481@N02/
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