Announced Aug 23, 2007 •
12 megapixels | 3″ screen | Full frame sensor
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Well guys, I need some help. Downloaded the new update and it is a compressed file. Unzipped it and clicked on the new folder to only have one binary file in it. Nothing similar as to the instructions. I may be showing my old age here but need some assistance on going through the process. I have upgraded both my D3 and old D700 in the past without any difficulties so the process is not new to me. Thanks in advance. Herb
Last night and today I was shooting an event with studio lighting using a D4 and a D3 and a pocketwizard Flex TT5 on my alien bee, a TT1mini on my D4 and a pocketwizard plusll on my D3 (configured to fire the TT5). I noticed yesterday that the D3 wasn't firing properly all of a sudden. It had been good, then it was taking about a second for the shutter to release. Onsite I reset the settings in case I'd accidentally done something myself. Didn't work. Brought it home to see if I could fix...
Hello I rarely come on here, but I need some thoughts from Nikon users. I currently have a Nikon D3S which I use with a 70-200 VRII and a Mk3 x2 Nikon converter for airshows in the UK. My problem is that I use the D3S on crop mode (to get 600mm, which I use all the time), so the file sizes are small and the 5MP resolution really hampers enlargements. Last summer I rented a D800 body and swapped back and forth between it and the D3S with the 70-200 and X2 converter. My issue was the D800's AF....
I'm interested in getting a focusing screen for my D600 that's capable of showing the narrow DOF that you get with lenses faster than f/2.8. However, searching the internet reveals very few options, and the one that looks like it might fit (bresson) got pretty bad reviews. Sources like Katzeye and focusingscreen.com don't have screens for the D600/800. Does anyone know if there is any good focusing screen available for the D600? There are also screens available for the D700. Has anyone tried...
I have a Sekonic L-358 and a nikon D3, but when I go to take a (ambient )meter reading and put that reading into my camera it's about 2-2 1/2 stops over exposed. The reflective meter in my camera is pretty close. And pretty much when I take a flash reading too(from the hand held). I've seemed to have tried everything. Anybody have any ideas?--Deerpark243
On the OMD eM5 can the FN1 button used for back focusing.I have just order this camera and trying to get to grps with all functions.On my D3 I only use the back focus button system and 95% spot metering. So this is an auto function in my type of shooting. Sure wan t be my last question