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D7000 and manual focus lenses

dwaycie

Lake Zurich, US
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"RE: D7000 and manual focus lenses"

dwaycie Silver Member Donor Ribbon awarded for his support to the Fundraising Campaign 2014 Nikonian since 23rd Nov 2008
Fri 28-Sep-12 07:05 PM

I agree that the SLR's of old were a bit better than today's DSLR's in dealing with manual focus.
They used to all have a split prism or some other manual focus aid, and these days, they don't.
I purchased a KatEye focusing screen for one of my D7000's, and I'm glad I did. I have one body I can use when I want to manually focus exclusively. Yet, it still functiosn fully for auto-focus. Kind of the best of both worlds.
The D7000 is a great camera. Enjoy!

Dave

A general, generic topic D7000 and manual focus lenses [View all] , kshapero Gold Member , Thu 27-Sep-12 01:42 PM
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