Does the Nikon s230 work good?
i personally love the nikon coolpix s230 it is super user friendly and takes very good pictures!
no! only out the lens
Nikon Coolpix S230
i dont know about all the cameras from coolpix but you can on the s230!
Some of the features of the Nikon s230 10MP Digital Camera is the 3x optical Zoom, 3 inch touch screen, Nikon's smart Portrait System, and Capture images to SD/SDHC memory cards.
The S220 does not have a touch screen like its big sister the s230
The red clock is there because the time is not set on the camera. Simply go into the settings, go to set date and time, and set the time. It's as easy as that.
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Yes it will. It will work in auto and manual modes. TTL does not work.
a good nikon camers will cost about£600
Yes. Nikon SB-20 Flash will work with Nikon D-90. Just adjust the flash to Auto or Manual setting. The TTL setting won't work with D-90.
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.
Yes, the sb600 works with all Nikon SLRs - although with some limitations on older ones.
Yes in non i-ttl auto and manual
Yes, if its the Nikon version of the flash.
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 answer.
Yes, in manual and non-ittl auto.
Yes in non i-ttl auto and manual
Yes in TTL, auto and manual modes, auto power zoom and the autofocus illuminator will work.
A Nikon EM has a standard Nikon mount, so you can use any lens that'll fit on a Nikon, except for a Nikon Series G lens, on an EM. A Series G will fit but it won't work because there's no aperture ring.
Yes in manual and non TTL auto modes.
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 similar. It's worthless on this digital body.
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 had a disconcerting habit of doing things without my permission, but I'm sure that was my inexperience. My philosophy is, if… Read More
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As "good" as you want it to be.
Yes, in non ttl auto and manual mode.
Yes but older AF lenses that do not have an autofocus motor in them will not autofocus with the D5000.
It works but no auto focus just manual focus.
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
Yes in non i-ttl auto and manual
Yes it does with non i-ttl auto (2 different f stops) and manual.
i think the nikon d3100 is very good it has a reasonable price, i would recommend to also buy a telephoto lens with it. its very noisy but fast. Sammy
If the lens was made later than 1959 it will have the "F" mount and it should fit any modern Nikon DSLR, although the auto-focus may not work and you will have to focus manually.
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.
I find the Nikon Coolpix good for film.
Canon and Nikon are both very up to date in camera research and technology and equally as good. Nikon is one of the leading makers of labroatory microscopes along with lenses and cameras.
Oh, heck yes.
I've had good experience with Nikon D3000 its one of the best digital slr camera avialable in the market. Here are some of the features of Nikon D3000 -Nikon D3000 body is built by rugged plastic. There is texture in the grip area to ensure comfortable grip. -Nikon D3000 has 3 inches LCD screen with 230k resolution
I'm afraid this question is rather vague; you don't say where you are. However, Ebay will usually have a good range of Nikon equipment. In the UK, Ffordes, MXV and Mr Cad sell used equipment, Grays of Westminster only sell Nikon equipment and have a good reputation.
Walmart, Target, Office Depot, Amazon would be just a few places to get a Nikon Camera lens online. Also you can go directly to the Nikon website to find what you're looking for.
The GoPro camera is a good camera and as reputable a brand as Canon and Nikon are. GoPro makes very well made and easy to use cameras that are affordable.
Yes in non-ittl auto and manual flash modes, manual flash power zoom and no af assist illuminator.
its a world class camera
They are not.The exposure meter won't work with the ais lenses. They will work fine if you get the exposure right from trial and error, use a light meter, use experience or meter with another lens first though.
A Nikon camera lens can be purchased from all good photography and electronics stores. Alternatively, try webpage stores such as Ebay or Amazon for a deal.
Yes, it will fit. However, you will still need to see if the lens you have has or does not have features like autofocus or CPU connectors that will carry all the info that your camera needs... If it is a Nikon Lens it will work fine. So will others like Sigma, Tamron and Tokina. Carl Zeiss may not give you all the functions but will work in manual mode.
Both they are both very good
Use the "sports" setting
It depends on your camera. For example if you use Nikon Film camera in your work - it's called manual photography - and if you shoot photos with Nikon D60 - it will be digital photography.
Yes but only with manual focus.
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.