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dslater

Hollis, US
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"RE: mirror lockup"

dslater Silver Member Charter Member
Thu 20-Sep-12 04:19 AM

>Nikon has not had a true mirror lock up feature which allowed
>shooting deep rear element lenses, like Laddie mentioned,
>since the F2 and maybe some Nikkormats. The true lockup would
>keep the mirror up over many exposures until you physically
>released it. Nikon never made a true mirror lockup on a
>digital body except when sensor cleaning.
>
>Len

Nikon F3, F4, and F5 all have true mirror lockup and can be used with the old deep rear element lenses.

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