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- Sun Sep 27, 2020 7:15 am
- Forum: CSC - Compact System Cameras
- Topic: When a mediocre lens dies
- Replies: 3
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" I put screen protectors on the LCD monitors of all of my digital cameras." Is that a glass screen protector? My Best Beloved had a glass screen protector on her Nikon DSLR once upon a time. She inadvertently bumped it against a table corner and didn't notice that the glass had broken into jagged s...
Nice images, Alex. A demonstration of the successful use of an all manual, complicated camera. I know some people who use the latest all-singing-and-dancing digital gizmos who couldn't have captured images as good as these. Bravo!
Press the button in the centre of the AF/MF lever and hold it in. Change the AF mode with the rear control dial (AF - S, AF-A, AF-C). Change the AF point with the front control dial (Single point, Auto) and set the number of AF points in the Custom Setting menu (a. Autofocus)
Thanks, Alex and Graham. I'm still trying to figure out how to change the metering and focusing modes, Graham, as those seem to have been buried in the menu while they were buttons on the D300s. Once I find them I'll have to program a couple of function buttons for quick settings. PF Metering mode:...
I was really surprised to see that there are b&w filters for digital cameras, too. Bill Delehanty There are only two optical filters that are useful on a digital camera - a polarising filter and a clear protective filter. All of the rest can be reproduced digitally. Selling coloured filters for B&W...