Announced Aug 23, 2007 •
12 megapixels | 3″ screen | Full frame sensor
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I have a used D3 that want to sell with 3 batteries (EN-EL4a). However, one doesn't charge. I mean, the lights on the dual-charger don't come on at all. History: I let all the batteries sit and they were all dead (I know that's not good for those). So I charged up 2, both requiring calibration (the CAL light lit). But the third one doesn't light up any of the charger lights, not even the CAL light. Question: is it dead, or can it be revived? Thanks, Chris
By: gabgon (2 months ago)
I have an arsenal of great (and old) AF D f/2.8 and f/1.4 lenses such as the 85mm prime. I've had great results with them on a D3 and D3s. I've read contradicting information regarding high mp digital cameras using lenses not meant for high resolution sensors. If anyone has used 24-36mp cameras with these lenses, can you tell me what your experience has been? I'm looking into upgrading, but only if I can use my existing lenses. At this point I can't afford another body and a totally new set...
Hoping I can get some help here because this is probably a stupid question. Ive just bought a Nikon D3500 camera for a number of photo shoots coming up this year but am looking to buy a softbox that connects to it automatically without having to be left on constantly. Is there a softbox that works with the flash of the camera or am I just being daft. Please help and if you have any advice or products in mind please suggest some! Thanks!
I recently purchased a used d7100 from mapcamera. I’m pleased with the purchase except one aspect and I wanted to know if this was normal for a high quality DSLR. When I take a picture with the camera and then view it on the lcd screen on the back, the image looks a little soft/pixelated unless I zoom in once then it becomes sharp and in focus. This isn’t an issue when I download the photo from the camera to my phone and I’ve even tried the SD card in my Nikon d3400 and it does not appear...
Hello, I live overseas, and am scrambling to find some extra memory for my Nikon D3. I found someone that has the SanDisc Extreme (32gb and 64gb) (with speeds up to 120mb/s, 800xm, UDMA 7) Will these work in the D3? On Nikon's support page ( https://goo.gl/K7dHhS) they don't list these two. Thanks to all! Chris
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