Announced Apr 20, 2005 •
6 megapixels | 2″ screen | APS-C sensor
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Hello all, I am new to mirrorless camera system. I am looking for a compact camera with a good zoom or wide angle. any recommendations? Budget around max.500-600US I used to use Nikon D70s, since than I have not used any DSLR and do not have any camera (and my compact camera is broken, so don't have any at all) I have checked Sony R100 III, Panasonic FZ1000, Panasonic GX4 and/or Samsung NX series, but I do not want to buy lenses.... Should I go mirrorless or any other compact? It does not...
Just received a nice condition s/h D70s. Actually the first digital SLR I've actually owned) I remembered from before that when I used a D70 that there seemed to be no simple way of permantently stopping the flash popping up in low light. You had to do it each time you started the camera up. Is there a way around this, please? --'I don't take photographs, I steal them.'Tungsten Nordstein, 1999
Hi everyone, I hope this thread is in the right place and sorry if this is long. I've come to you all for help. I got a Nikon D70s years ago and have used it a lot. I regularly get the annoying as crap CHA error but removing and reinserting the card seems to "fix" it enough that I can take my pictures. Lately in the past few weeks the CHA error has been happening more and more to the point where I can't hardly take 2 pictures without having to reinsert the card (no idea why it's doing that...
I have 2 Nikon D70s,I have been using one mostly for my workhorse.I have 3 lens, Sigma 8-16,Sigma 18-250,Nikon 18-70. I have cleaned the contacts on lens and camera. The strange problem is I get F-stop Error from 1 camera and not other. Even stranger the camera that gives error only works with Sigma 8-16 lens. The other camera works with all the lens. I need some kind of suggestion before I send camera to Nikon and get ripped for $265, which is what tech told me on phone. Any Help is a...
Ever since my college Photography course (2002) I've wanted to get a DSLR. After college I purchased a Fujifilm FinePix E550. (A great little 6mp point & shoot that had manual functionality including priority modes and raw!) The DSLR arena was WAY too expensive for me at the time. Fast forward to today I'm not AS broke as I was 12 years ago. A few days ago a client of GAVE me his Nikon D70s body including the battery & manual. The camera has one major caveat... He bent the pins in the memory...
Hi all, I've been using my D70s since 2005 or 2006 which has been with me to some amazing places. These days I enjoy making photos of food and beer with it at home (with a Nikkor 50mm f1.8). There is this nagging fear that it will die suddenly! All my CF cards are in good condition and I thought I'd find another Nikon someday to replace the D70s and still be able to use my SB-400 and the 50mm for food and beer photos. So I tried and looked up the last affordable Nikon cams that use CF......
I shoot with a very old Nikon D70s. I have a problem, and I'm not sure if it is a glitch in my camera or if it is just something wrong in my settings. All my pictures are coming out very dark in aperture, shutter, and manual, even when my iso is set at 1600. Also photos are looking very grainy when i get them on the computer. very frustrating. hope someone can help me out.