>>When I used a D90, there were a few items that I always >had >>to dig into the menus to change. Setting to ISO to Auto, >or >>removing it from Auto, comes to mind. Changing AF from >single >>point to dynamic. Changing the flash to commander mode. >>Changing the brightness of the LCD. Some of these were >quie >>annoying. > >As far as I'm aware, all the items you list are also >controlled via the menus in other Nikons like the D2, D3, D300 >and D700, EXCEPT the AF-area Mode, which has a dedicated >switch in those cameras.
Thank you Brian. That is good to know. I am quite surprised Nikon does not put the Auto ISO on the ISO dial button, because it has really caused me heart-ache when I missed a shooting opportunity because the camera was stuck in Auto ISO. It could easily be a setting below ISO 200.