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D7000 and manual focus lenses

OldCodger

Sawbridgeworth Hertfordshire, UK
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"RE: D7000 and manual focus lenses"

OldCodger Registered since 15th Oct 2011
Fri 28-Sep-12 03:32 PM

I lack the current and probably past experience of Stan, (see below for current slow shooting rate) but totally agree with him. With the D7000 there is no need to toss the manual focus, quality lenses that you have. I agree that AF does have its role to play, (I recently added one to my collection of glass and it is magic. This is partially because it is now my widest lens, but also because it is an almost 'fit and forget matter' in 'lively' situations.
Having said that, my MF bellows and the standard MF lenses have both given me very satisfactory results, especially when good practice, (take time to get it right) and control of ailments come together!
Richard

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