D600 - interchanegable focusing screen?
Robin Casady wrote:
I'm guessing that it is like the D800 screen in that Nikon did not design it to be user changeable, but it can be canged with some care. However, there are some down-sides to using split or microprism screens. They can interfere with metering. You also have to make sure they are aligned and adjusted properly for manual focusing to be accurate.
Katzeye claims that their screens don't interfere with metering, unless you are using a very slow lens.
Personally I would not mind sending my camera in if that is what it took to get one installed.
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