Does a nikon sb600 flash work on a nikon d60 camera?
Yes, the sb600 works with all Nikon SLRs - although with some limitations on older ones.
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Answer . Actually no they won't. I don't konw alot about canon cameras. but one thing I do know is that it prabably won't work. Just get a Canon flash or a Sigma flash.
Yes. The Nikon D40x has a hot shoe on top of the built-in pop-up flash. Be sure to check the compatibility of any external flash unit that you attach to the camera.. Note: The question was changed after the first answer was posted, so that the two do not match now. An approach to the new question i…s that a Nikon D40x is an entry level DSLR, and you may want a flash in that price range. Suitable units are marketed by Nikon, of course, and by Sigma, Sunpack, Vivitar, and Quantary. Features vary with specific models, so you will want to investigate the features-per-dollar for the various units.. [spelvin] (MORE)
Nothing to worry at all.. The areas which are flashing is Nkon's way of telling you that the bright or highlights (flashing areas) are over exposed.. When that happens, you just need to hold down the Exposure compansation button on the camera and rotate the thumbwheel one stop. That will solve it.…...:) (MORE)
there are several sites where you can get detailed information about this digital camera. for example dpreview.com or cnet.com. just search some ofthem at google :)
I recommend you to see Youtube Video about Nikon D60 and you'll get know of all Nikon D60 Advantages.
Well the D60 is better because it is more advanced, it has better quality (6 megapixels vs. 10 megapixels). If you buy the kit, the 18-55mm lens will come with vibration reduction, creating better photos.
It's quite hard to Review Nikon D60 in a few words. It is recommended to read DPreview, NikonD60.com and listen to Youtube and Dailymotion (in French) Nikon D60 reviews.
i have nikon d60 and it is really wonderful camera :) I'm very glad with it
Buy Nikon D60 battery, and you will save 20%! Full one year warranty! Website: http://www.nikon-coolpix-replacement-battery.com/d60.htm
The website called PriceGrabber.com compares the price of the Nikon D60 from 26 sellers. As of May 2008, the price range is between $650 to $820.
Just enter some store site, for example amazon and you'll see there which accessories are most popular for your digital camera Amazon
Make sure that it is not on the no flash mode (the circle with a crossed out flash)
Image sensor 23.6 x 15.8 mm CCD sensor. Total pixels 10.75 million. Image size (pixels) 3,872 x 2,592. Viewfinder;. Focusing screen;. Shutter speed 1/4,000 to 30 s in steps of 1/3 EV;. Self-timer; etc
The D60 is much lighter and smaller. It is better if you mostly shoot with Auto or Program Mode The D80 (and D90) is heavier and bigger but has better controls for manual adjustment and Autofocuses with older lenses
Short answer: "Not recommended". Long answer: The center contact on a flash shoe transmits the signal for a flash to fire. This contact is in the same place on all cameras that use a flash shoe. If a flash has ONLY the center contact, then it may be used on any camera that will accept it.. However…, each camera manufacturer adds additional contacts onto their flashes for various additonal purposes. These contacts are different for each manufacturer. Mounting a Canon flash onto a Nikon camera may send potentially damaging electrical charges, through the additional contacts, between the two devices. These charges can potentially damage both the camera and the flash. (MORE)
yeah ... it will work on the newer cameras.. However, you are better off with a sb400/600/800 or the better 900.. They camera will auto detect the settings of these new lense ... vs. you messing around with settings.
The d60 is better. Buy this one if you can afford it. If you don't, try the d40 then. It has less features but still has great quality.
The short answer is: "Depends". The long answer is: Both Canon and Nikon make cameras and lenses that are so good and so reliable that it is impossible to make a statement of which manufacturer makes better cameras (or lenses).. If you are looking for a "point and shoot" camera, compare cost, feat…ures, and look "on line" for reviews of the specific models you are comparing. Some reviewers include comparisons of actual pictures taken with the camera for the review.. If you are looking for a DSLR (digital single lens reflex) camera, in addition to the recommendation noted above, also decide which lens or lenses you will be using. If you need a lens that one manufacturer makes, but the other manufacturer doesn't make, then that answers the question.. It also makes a difference in what kind of photography you will be doing. Each manufacturer has a variety of cameras, at various prices, that fill a variety of niches. Make sure the camera you buy will do the job you need it for, regardless of whether it is a Canon or a Nikon.. panasonic lumix are hot now a days (MORE)
Not much at all, ive checked before there is hardly a difference, i cant even rembmer whats different, not much tho.
ifNikon d90 digital slr camera on auto mode can we use flesh sb600 on this mode or only manual mode
All of the major manufacturers make good cameras. You should shop on the basis of features and price. I would be leery of touch-screen cameras, however. They have not been on the market long, and there may be bugs in manufacturing and software. They also tend to be fragile. The one I tried out ha…d a disconcerting habit of doing things without my permission, but I'm sure that was my inexperience. My philosophy is, if it works, don't fix it. Touch screens are all the rage these days, but that does not make them the best answer when it comes to camera controls. (MORE)
Software is the limitation. You could try an 8 GB SD high speed card and see if it is recognized. Frankly, we would recommend two 4 GB cards instead of one 8 GB anyway. Memory cards do fail, and with up to 400 images at highest quality on a 4 GB card, it's nice to have a spare in case there's a prob…lem. That way you can keep shooting and worry about salvaging the images off the "bad" card later. (MORE)
It depends on the model. Coolpics cameras range in price from about $70 to $500.
They are virtually the same same; they have the same dimensions, the d40 is slightly lighter.
Af-s and Af-I lenses are compatible. Listing them would be hard, considering tamron, sigma and nikkor lens can fit on a d60.
Yes. The results are better with a macro lens, of course, but it still is not that bad.
Depending on what type of lens they are. They probably are AF lenses, so it'll work, but without the autofocus function. That means you'll have to make the focus manually.
Yes but older AF lenses that do not have an autofocus motor in them will not autofocus with the D5000.
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Yes. Be aware that it is a manual flash, so you have to set the power settings manually.
Yes, F mount lenses fit the Nikon D80, D90, D7000, D3000, D3100, D5000, D5100, D40, D40x, D50, D60, D70, D70s, D100, D200, D300, D300s and every other Nikon digital SLR
A Nikon Lens will not fit on a Canon camera. Edit: All camera brands have their own bayonet, so they won't be able to take lenses from other brands, but if for example you wanted to put a Nikon lens on a Canon camera, there are adapters for that. There are also third-party lens makers (Sigma, Tamr…on, Tokina, ...), who make lenses for many camera brands. (MORE)
Yes it does just got one in the mail today. Tried it out and it works fine.
Short answer is no ... most flash units are camera specific, meaning that they will only work with the camera they were designed for. . Longer answer is yes ... if you want to 100% sure none of the smaller pins short out any of the contacts on the camera then just use pc sync socket or hotshoe to p…c sync on the camera or some people just use tape. A double hotshoe adaptor that only has a center pin contact will also work. The main point is to ensure only the center pin of flash and camera is used. The flash will not be able to be used in TTL mode, but many Nikon flashes have a non TTL auto and a manual mode (dependent on model) that can be used. With old canon cameras the sync voltage needs to be below 6v, most Nikon flashes are below this but it's worthwhile checking.. (MORE)
Yes. Any lens that works with a D60 will work the same or better on a D7000.
You could purchase Nikon camera lenses from many places. If you are looking for a brick and mortar store, check out your local Best Buy, Sears, or Ritz Camera.
No a nikon camera lens will most likely only work on the camera it was specifically built for because they have their own special design and it usually doesn't follow exactly to other brands.
Yes. Make sure you purchase your sigma lens with the F-bayonet. Here is their lens finder: see related link
Most Nikon lens will work in complete manual mode, but to get the most from the lens (auto-focus, metering) stick to Nikkor lenses with AF or G in the title. Full comparability chart in the related links below.
The head corporation of Nikon camera is Tokyo, specializing in optics and imaging. Its products include cameras, binoculars, microscopes, ophthalmic lenses, measurement instruments, and the steppers. It is also used in the photolithography steps of semiconductor fabrication and it is the world's s…econd largest manufacturer. (MORE)
Nikon was founded in 1917 in Japan, with Makoto Kimura as the current president. Nikon produced the its first digital camera for NASA in 1991. There is no single person responsible for the production of the first Nikon Digital Camera; it was a company-wide effort.
Nikon's entry-level DSLR is best for beginners or users wanting to step up from compact cameras. The Nikon D3100's key selling point is its GUIDE mode, which provides on-screen assistance in both visual and written forms to help explain modes and options without jargon - ideal for the newcomer.
The Nikon D60 body is very similar to the Nikon D40, with the placement of several key buttons being the most notable difference. Like the D40, the Nikon D60 has no secondary display on top of the body (common in higher-end DSLRs), but instead displays shutter speed, f-number, and other information …on the main LCD screen. (MORE)
Yes in non-ittl auto and manual flash modes, manual flash power zoom and no af assist illuminator.
Yes including: Automatic Balanced Fill-Flash (with AF Nikkor lenses/Standard TTL Auto including Programmed TTL Auto.
Depending on where one purchases from and where on is located, the Nikon SB600 costs on average somewhere in the $400-$450 range. You can check local retailers as well as online retailers for price comparisons that best suit your needs.
A Nikon SB600 can be purchased offline at a specialist retailer. You can also purchase it online at outlets such as Amazon, or specialist online dealers who deal exclusively in photographic paraphenalia.
The Nikon D2X is a camera that allows for the taking of professional photos. It uses a single lens to capture digital pictures at a professional level.
The cost of a Nikon d60 depends on if you want to buy a used or new camera and what type of deals you can find. Generally you can find a used one in good condition for around 199 dollars and a new one for around 600 dollars.