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How to reset a Nikon DSLR to factory default settings

D7000 Top plate - location of first reset button

       Two Button reset It is possible to quickly reset many of the shooting settings to their default values by simply holding two buttons simultaneously for two seconds (both buttons are marked with a green dot for reference). The buttons used for this reset differ depending on the camera model. The chart below shows […]

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Nikon AF modes explained

“Hard Turn”

    “Nikon AF modes explained” is a new article by Steve Perry (website | YouTube | Facebook). You can check also his previous [NR] posts here: Have you ever wondered if you’re getting the most out of Nikon’s AF system? Sure, AF modes may not generate the kind of anxiety that keeps you up till the wee hours of […]

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Cambo Actus and Nikon D810 (part 1)

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This post is by Laurent Thion who shares his experiences using the Nikon D810 with the new Cambo Actus and medium format lenses (click on images for larger view): Cambo Actus and Nikon D810: a new great opportunity to use many lenses (and D810) at their best possibilities A few years ago, I wrote an article about the CAMBO X2 Pro and Nikon D800 […]

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How to edit Nikon D7200 files in Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop

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A reader sent me a very quick and simple hack that will allow you to edit Nikon D7200 files in Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop (D7200 is not yet supported by Adobe):

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Shooting Nikon DSLR cameras in manual mode with auto ISO

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    “Shooting Nikon DSLR cameras in manual mode with auto ISO” is a new article by Steve Perry (website | YouTube | Facebook). You can check also his previous [NR] posts: How to use Nikon’s AF-ON and back button autofocus How to use a polarizing filter Lens diffraction in photography Did you know your Nikon camera has a “hidden” […]

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