>The only issue you might have is your ability to manually >focus. Use the focus confirmation dot at the bottom left of >the viewfinder. > >Just enter the lens focal length and aperture in the Shooting >Menu "Non-CPU Lens data". If you have more than one >mf lens you will have to enter the lens data again when you >change to the new mf lens. If you only have one mf lens the >camera will automatically use that data automatically without >needing to re-enter the data. Nikon's newer bodies allow you >to save the data for up to 9 lenses to choose from. The D200 >only has a single setting which you must change when using >other mf lenses. > >Also when using flash you should set the metering to Spot. If >it's set to matrix or center area metering your photos will >under expose. > >Len > > You said "when using flash you should set the metering to Spot"