Panasonic Lumix DMC-TS1 (Lumix DMC-FT1)
Announced Jan 27, 2009 •
12 megapixels | 2.7″ screen | 28 – 128 mm (4.6×)
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I am aware that the FT1 adapter is fully compatible only with AF-S lenses. Could someone confirm the following: 1) It still allows exposure compatibility with AF as well as chipped MF lenses, correct? In other words, although AF is inoperative, auto ISO and PSAM modes are all available, true? 2) Have there been any compatibility issues with 3rd party lenses? Should e.g. Sigma or Tamron (motorized) lenses be fully compatible with Nikon 1 cameras and the FT1 adapter? Thanks! --Check my...
Hello, I'm new to this site and I was just wondering, what are your guys favorite lenses to use with the Nikon 1 system with the FT1 adapter? I usually shoot at bboy events (dim lights, lots of unpredictable movement) and want to see what other people use. Thanks in advance!
Hi Guys, I was wondering, if any one know, is there any Adapter with Aperture Ring for Nikon 1 system. I already have an Adapter for my Nikon 1, But it dont have Aperture Ring. The Idea which I have in my mind, is using any Nikon F mount lens, specially AF, in which you cant control the Aperture on lens. instead of using FT1 mount. Looking for a cheap solution :P
I have seen Nikon refurbs on eBay for £149 with 10-30 mm lens 12 months warranty.. whereas they usually go for approx £95 - £129 used. They are Red but don't really mind. I'm just wondering if the V1 is 'much' better and worth paying more? Can you get refurb V1s? (in UK) I'm not in the loop on these models; though I have see enough to see the appeal. I forsee me using either for informal video at weddings and supplementing the D7000 and D600 I have. I prefer the video from the D7000 vs the...
It seems there is no way to turn OFF VR when using FX VR lenses (with FT1 adapter) on the V3. As soon as you turn the camera ON - the VR starts up immediately and stays ON - until the camera goes into power saving mode (default 1 minute; settable to 10 minutes). This is very different from DSLRs, where VR is triggered only when the shutter button (or AF-ON button) is pressed. It also explains why my V3+FT1+80-400 combo drained the battery so quickly. Initially, I changed the "Auto Power...