Announced Jan 29, 2008 •
10 megapixels | 2.5″ screen | APS-C sensor
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I have a D60 on its way from KEH (I decided to spare everyone the obligatory "First DSLR" Post :-D) and one of the things I want to do is get a C/Y adapter to use my Zeiss T* 50mm. I have seen that there are 2 types of adapters, with glass and without. The one with glass will let the lens focus to infinity and the other won't. I was wondering if anyone has had any experience with either of these on a C/Y lens? I also have several old screw mount (m42) from my Praktica days that I would like...
Hello, I'm searching for informations about an adapter that could fit those lenses on a Nikon D60. I also have a Hanimex CB450 computer flash, I have read on another tread that it is working with 120 volts, is it safe to use it on the D60? Thank's in advance for your help. Marie I'm debutant in photography and I try to mount a kit for my neice with old stuff we have on hand.
First, sorry for my English, but this is not my native language. I need to use the flash to the hot shoe, but I don't have to dedicate from Nikon. I have Sunpak Softlite 2000A but don't know, if I can use it. The trigger voltage is 210V and the camera can accept 250V. I've heard a lamp may have a different coding system or something like that. I need to know if i can safely connect the flash to the camera and not to burn it?
By: bexter4020 (Feb 4, 2016)
Posted to: Beginners Questions
Hello Basically I have an older Nikon D60 which I use mainly while out walking to snap any wildlife I see. It gets me out of the office! I usually become frustrated buy the slow (fuzzy) images it takes in varied outside conditions. I know the kit 55 to 200mm lens possibly does not help me too much. Out of frustration I am thinking maybe I should sell it and buy the D5500 or the D5300 with a better lens. Not really sure I want to move over to a full frame due to the cost. I know this is a hard...
If I bought a Fuji X30s to replace the Nikon D60 that has traveled with me in my bicycle handlebar bag over the past 7 years, what would I regret?The main thing I have regretted ever since getting my D60 is a tilting viewfinder that would enable me to shoot photos at shoetop level again. I don't usually like to crawl on my stomach in roadside ditches to get the shot I want, so I just don't do it.Maybe colors of roadside greenery aren't quite as nice with the D60 as they were on my old Canon...
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By: Georgios (Nov 17, 2014)
I came to a situation that I needed to preset the white balance using a part of a white wall in the strange light scene. The mixed light was far ahead and above so I could not use a piece of grey or white paper in front of the D7000. The wall was not big enough to fill the viewfinder (I use primes). So the D7000 was unable to measure the white balance successfully and flashed 'no good'. I retried in vain. Before the D7000 I used to use another camera which used only the centre focus point...
Background info: I've been using a Nikon D60 for about four years, finally feel it's time to upgrade my body. I'm staying in the Nikon brand because the amount of lenses I have is great and it would be pricy to replace. I'm in college, too, so getting a body that costs more than about 800$ is pushing it. That being said, what do you think would be more reasonable--the D5200 or its little sister, the D5100? I tend to stick to human subjects, if that makes a difference. Eventually, I would...
I'm interested to get a Wireless SD card for my old D60 as the old D60 is small and light, it is easy to travel with it around. But the problem is, Wifi SD cards like Eye-fi & FlashAir compatibility is limited, so I want to make sure it works with it before purchasing. Thank You.
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