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reason for the sub-selector button?

walkerr

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"RE: reason for the sub-selector button?"

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Sun 01-Sep-13 12:34 AM | edited Sun 01-Sep-13 12:52 AM by walkerr

It remains useful for menu selections, browsing through images in playback mode, etc. In addition, there are two sub-selector buttons on the back of the camera, making it easier to change AF locations when you use the camera in a vertical orientation. At least for me, it's much more comfortable to use these buttons in either orientation than the one multi-control dial. The latter was a consistent complaint of photographers with the D3 series.

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