Cameras with manual dials, which cameras?

Started Dec 31, 2016 | Questions thread
Brisn5757 Veteran Member • Posts: 4,367
Re: Cameras with manual dials, which cameras?
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sirhawkeye64 wrote:

Herman Dijkhuis wrote:

Which cameras do have manual dials for ISO setting, shutter speed, aperture, focus?

Most cameras are menu driven.

I like the go and feel of analog cameras into modern digital cameras.

I do look forward to any replies, thanks in advance.

Happy New Year!

Best regards, Herman

Fuji for sure has this, as does the NIkon Df (but the Df is rather pricey). Fuji has this even on their sub-$1000 cameras (like the XT30; the XT100/200 can be programmed so it works similar to the other Fuji's for the most part).

Also, some Fuji lenses have the aperture dial (although it's electronic, not mechanical) it still gives you the feel of a manual lens.

The advantage of having a aperture dial is you can see what the camera is set to without using the view finder or screen and you know where to put your fingers to change the setting.

Brian

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