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Nikon is a major camera brand that sells both film and digital, point and shoot and SLR cameras. Ask questions about this brand here.
This is made by Nikon. This camera model was often criticized for  its relatively short battery life.
In essence, Nikon is the name of the big corporation that makes cameras, lenses, etc. The lenses made by Nikon are, generally, somewhat mass produced and are of a lesser quality than their Nikkor lense division. Nikkor lenses are of better quality than the parent Nikon lenses. You will pay more as a...
Cameras will typically prefer to store pictures on a memory card if  one is present inside of the device. However, if a memory card  isn't present, it will attempt to use any available internal  storage. Transferring files from the internal memory to a memory  card will be different and may not...
Buy Nikon D60 battery, and you will save 20%! Full one year warranty! Website: http://www.nikon-coolpix-replacement-battery.com/d60.htm
In my opinion best way is AMAZON
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
You can see various videos for nikon d60 on youtube or dailymotion
Generally, you can with all cameras. All you need is a shallow depth of field. You can achieve this by using a low aperture (ex. f/2.8, f/1.8) The lower the f/#, the shallower your depth of field will be.
NIKON is a Japanese company. Its produces digital cameras, binoculars, microphones and the some equipment which are used in the photolithography steps. I am listening to a Soundstrue.com audio program about gratitude by Angeles Arrien. She said there is a practice tradition of Nikon, about how to...
no that is the wide open aperture. It stops down much smaller.
Yes, But they will have crop factor. For example a 28mm wide lens will become a 42mm lens (35mm equivalent). Or a 200mm tele will become a 300mm.
Nikon all the way, bro.
  == strattera dose times - Answer ==     my son had the same problem. It made him soo tired. It makes some people tired and not others. We stated giving him his around 7pm - it helped him sleep too. good luck
I couldn't find it in the manual, but others have said "set the date and time". I can't check if this works at the moment (my wife has my camera in Prague, and I'm not there), but it seems like an intuitive meaning for the icon. Would be nice to have it in the docu, so RTFM would actually lead to an...
The best place to buy a sought after camera like the Nikon D3 would be at a smaller Nikon dealer who has had the professional Nikon dealership for many years. They tend to get treated very well by Nikon Inc....and because they are a smaller dealer, they tend not to have the mile long waiting list...
Make sure that it is not on the no flash mode (the circle with a crossed out flash)
Yes but older AF lenses that do not have an autofocus motor in them will not autofocus with the D5000.
Yes, you'll need an adapter and then the lens. The adapter on eBay is $24.99... http://cgi.eBay.com/Lens-ADAPTER-UV-67mm-Nikon-L110-L100-Coolpix-Camera-/370381020707?cmd=ViewItem&pt=Lens_Accessories&hash=item563c6dde23 And the actual fisheye adapter is $49.95.... http://www.amazon.com...
If you have an AF, or auto-focus lens (like the kit 18-55mm lens) you can focus your lens prior to filming, but cannot auto-focus while filming. To manually focus, switch the switch on the side of your lens to 'M' for manual. To focus, turn the outer focus ring on the lens until your subject matter...
It will mount fine, and the matrix metering will work. However, you'll only be able to manually focus. The D5000 does not have a focusing motor in the body, and the tokina lens has no internal motor of its own. If you don't mind manually focusing, it's not a problem, but not having AF might suck for...
For me the best lens you could buy for this purpose is the Nikon 70-200mm f/4G ED VR Nikkor Zoom Lens. It's a Nikon lens built for a Nikon camera and is: • Lightweight and portable at just 29.3 oz and a mere 7.0-in. long• Optimized for capturing high-quality stills and HD videos on both FX-...
Hello! my best advice is to visit a local camera repair man, or your local radio shack. -Charles
The Nikon D5000 comes with a Nikkor AF-S 18-55mm kit lens when bought, though you can also purchase the camera new without the lens, or with a series of other choices of lenses. This lens is a good starting lens to learn the basics with, but if you are looking for a more professional method of...
No. Architectural photography requires control over converging vertical lines. Anytime you shoot a building and don't hold the camera perfectly perpendicular to the building's surface, the vertical surfaces of the building willh converge making it look like it's leaning in the picture. You need 1) a...
  Apparently not. At least the Transcend X133 4GB doesn't work. And the manual states a 2GB maximum. Also, the P4 won't support any SDHC card. It only uses regular SD cards.
  This is rather vague as it depends on what you want to photograph. Having said that, the "standard" 50mm f1.4 lens is good value and very fast, its also around your budget.   The 18-200mm lens will cater for many situations, but it's more expensive.
I copied this information from the user's manual for the Nikon CoolPix P80:The following memory cards have been tested and approved for use in theCOOLPIXP80. All cards of the designated make and capacity can be used, regardless of speed. If the memory card will be used with a card reader or similar...
Most DSLR's include a "Sports" shutter speed function. That's what i use so my images arern't blurry. Hope this helps!
If you've been using the D40 for basic photography or anything below professional photography or photojournalism, I'd go for the D90. On that note, if you've been using a Nikon, I'd keep using it, a) because the lenses you have now will still fit, and b) the controls and menu functions are similar....
Deleting or formatting won't make the data in memory card erased permanently. Those deleted data is still stored on the memory card, it's just invisible or inaccessible. Only the FAT or NFTS table is erased (the information about where those data were saved), but the real data are still intact...
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
  For ~$100.00: the 50mm 1.8. Hands down best low light performance / cost ratio.
I agree. I have a d5000 and my close friend has a d3000. They're both great cameras capable of beautiful images, yet the d5000 has seemed so show more depth and just a bit sharper of images. It depends on lens and such too, but id go with the d5000 for sure, for only a couple hundred dollars more it...
  The nikon D40 camera is an entry level model in the nikon line up of digital SLR's. It was made with the the intention of capturing an audience of consumers that would conventionally purchase a point and shoot camera. In other words this camera was not designed for rigorous and serious...
Yes, in manual and non-ittl auto modes and as a non-ittl slave using its built in slave mode and using the camera flash on manual to trigger it.
the current nikon speedlight range is thus: SB-200 SB-600 SB-800 SB-900 All will work with the Nikon D300s Older speedlights will also work, but without i-ttl mode.
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a year book is all about memory's and they have photos of your friends
  shutter lifespan is about 50k - 75k as I was told
I would definitly answer "yes" to the best quality lens you can afford. I shoot soccer as an advanced hobby and find that even the 70-200mm VR lens is sometimes not long enough, so I've broken down and purchased the Sigma 50-500mm lens. It's about half the price as the shorter range Nikon and the...
If the camera shows signs of use or is well-used but mechanically OK, look on the website of Ffordes of InvernessUK. If the camera is pretty well unused condition, look at Grays of Westminster. Also look at MW Classic Cameras, also in London, .
Nikon D70 does not offer a liveview mode.
  == Answer ==   Like all medium format cameras, the mirror on the mamiya 645 is pretty large and heavy. the mirror lockup lever takes it out of the equation once you've composed and focused your image, so that the vibration its action causes doesn't blur the final shot. it's pretty much...
I believe 8gb but there may be more in testing.
less than three hours if this is your 3rd or more time charging, 3 or more if its your 1-3 time charging.
Yes. SD and SDHC cards are physically the same. The electronics in SDHC are just adapted so that it can hold more data in the same size (hence HC - high capacity). I am currently using an 8GB SDHC lexar media card and it works great. I can get 1200 images on JPEG fine and 600 on RAW :)
right now not. maybe in the future.
  There is Nikon F mount version for Tokina lens.   Nikon D300 uess F mount, it will work for sure.   But make sure to by "Nikon Mount" other than canon, petax, or some other cameras
Either the battery has lived its life and need to be replaced or it is not fully charged. Just try to use it completely. Then, shut off for couple of hours. Then, use the camera again to discharge it fully. Last, charge the battery fully and see if that helps. If not, then change the battery.  ...
  I have this camera, and I also have the SB-24. I have tried to work them together, and it just won't work. The Sb024 would zoom in relation to the lens focal length, but it does not do this, and the firing of the flash would not work. Save it for your old Nikon - like an N90s or something...
    You just have to press it in gently, and the memory card will pop out a bit. Just enough to pull it out.
Too much. Just kidding... =) Go to your local Best Buy for details.
You can buy it on AMAZON.com or EBAY store
You have got to change your camera to flash! There is some sort of button that you press to solve your problematic problem. xo
there are two buttons with a green dot next to them in the cluster of buttons surrounding the LCD screen on the top of the camera (the AF button and EV compensation button). Hold these two buttons for a couple of seconds and the setting will reset. alternatively, select 'Reset' in the settings menu ...
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Yes in non I-TTL auto and manual modes.
The camera has about 50MB of internal memory and accepts SD/SDHC memory media
Yes, it sounds weird, but in certain instances it can help.
Lens will not open on nikon coolpix s3000 digital camera
== Answer ==   Yes. There are adapters avalable that let you do this. But, you will have to focus manually.   [Spelvin adds] In addition, because such adapters generally serve as a spacer between the rear of the lens lens and the camera body, you may lose the ability to focus at infinity.
  == Answer ==   This depends on the MegaPixels of the picture you are currently taking, the higher the MegaPixels (Resolution of the picture, more pixels the higher the MP is) the more space it will take up. I'm guessing it is a fairy low MP camera since it only has 2MB of space. Or if this...
The Nikon D90 and D700 are vastly different cameras, with the primary difference being the sensor sizes. The D90 has a smaller APS-C sized sensor (Nikon calls this DX), whereas the D700 is full frame (FX). A full frame sensor can produce less noise at higher ISO and low light situations. The FX...
D40 does not have a GPS in it so it does not include location  meta-data. You have to put all the location data manually on the  computer. The good news though is that you can get external GPS  that will connect.
Shutter speed depends upon available light, aperture, the subject, and camera settings. If a picture is being taken in low light with a slow lens (larger aperture number), then the shutter may need to stay open longer (represented in the camera as x" where x is one second or more, or 1/x where x is...
Yes, absolutely...It is far more stable and produces better images...
Photography is from one of the most appealing and unique form of art. Camera is the basic and the most useful tool for it as it helps to capture a moment that u want to save as a visual form, camera is the tool to capture any moment of time, a tool to perform creative work and a tool to help in...
no .... as p100 is not a dslr , u cant change its lens.
Yes--but only in manual mode, so you'll have to set your own aperture and shutter speed.
Yes in manual and non TTL auto modes.
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The best lens out there for architecture and landscape I'd the 14-24 mm 2.8.
It depends on the quality, store, and how new it is. If you were to purchase a Nikon camera in Best Buy, most likely it will be expensive... unless they hare having some special offer and/or sale. I got my Nikon D90 for about $1200 in 2009. Now it's been reduced to 100 bucks.So literally, they're...
Yes. Be aware that it is a manual flash, so you have to set the power settings manually.
Size   An 8-megapixel picture is 3264 x 2448 pixels when taken at its full resolution. A 10-megapixel picture is 3872 x 2592 pixels when taken at its full resolution.    Effects   At 300 ppi (pixels per inch), which is the resolution typically required for magazines and print media,...
it dosent have a CMOS sensor (like digital camera), therefore you can't determine how many megapixels there are.
  == Answer ==   One suggestion: Have you tried removing the batteries for a minute or two and putting them back in? Sometimes turning off and on will not clear a problem. If you remove the batteries altogether, it may. But if you replace them too fast , the circuits don't get erased. The...