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Picture(s) edited within the camera are changed from DSC to CSC.


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As xiota mentioned, the answer is no, if you're talking 35mm SLRs lenses. The only vintage 35mm SLR mount that's deeper than Nikon F is Leica R, and only by 0.5mm, so there's no simple ring adapter that's going to work and maintain infinity focus. You could use a simple ring adapter for medium format SLR lenses, say, Hasselblad V-mount or Bronica-S, but ...


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The camera you're considering has an APS-C sensor. The "normal" focal length for APS-C is about 28-40mm. As long as the lens you start with includes something in this range, it doesn't really matter which one you get. Most people will purchase different equipment as they learn more. Some recommendations: Start with a normal prime. (35mm for APS-C.)...


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Is there any type of lenses that can be adapted to Nikon F mount(modern DSLR or old film) without any lens modifications, using just adapter and have fully functional lens with infinity focus. There are no other DSLR mounts whose lenses will retain infinity focus without modification when adapted to Nikon F. There are some universal mounts that can be used (...


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I can focus on extremely close The closest focus a Nikon 18-55 should work at is about 25cm - that's about 10 inches. If you can focus much closer than that it is a fault. It likely needs to be repaired or replaced. Before going down that route try a factory reset on the off chance it is an odd computer issue (which seems unlikely, but these gadgets are ...


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I guess you meant D5600. All of three lenses are perfectly compatible with D5600. I'd get 70-300mm and 18-55mm. I just love how sharp and lightweight 18-55mm is and in 70% cases that's all you need for casual shoot and if you ever need extra reach you'd have your telephoto zoom 70-300mm which is also nice lens. In my opinion 18-140mm is a bit less quality ...


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I had my lens inspected by a local, reputable camera repair shop (who said that it would still have to be sent to Nikon anyway) and their guesstimate was that it would be at least a $300 repair. In looking on Ebay there are a plethora of this model lens selling for $200 to $300, and that mint condition lenses are selling for $400-500. Given these numbers I ...


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Is there really no way to use bracketing with a timer or remote? No, there isn't. When using the self timer or remote control, with regard to Continuous/Exposure bracketing, page 47 of the P900 Reference Manual states: When self-timer/remote control is used, a single image is shot even if Continuous H, Continuous L, Pre- shooting cache, or BSS has been set....


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You can achieve some success to unscrew the filter by pushing the front of the lens against a rubber surface (the underside of a mouse pad, or and inner tire tube for instance) and turning the lens. Don't be too happy to fast, among possible damage: Slightly bent lens barrel (no way to align optical elements after that) Slightly bent camera body around the ...


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Live View exposure Simulation works on Aperture Mode. Use the Exposure Compensation Button to darken or lighten the image. You can also increase the iso to increase the shutter speed to limit camera shake.


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50mm and back up a few feet. F4. Make sure your subjects have plenty of space behind them. Focus on the eyes or none of it will matter. Don't focus anywhere else.


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The VR is engaged and is working to keep that image still but your movements are geater than it can adjust for.


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