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Possible live-view aperture work-around?

WildIsle

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"RE: Possible live-view aperture work-around?"

WildIsle Silver Member Nikonian since 06th Jan 2010
Wed 07-Nov-12 06:17 PM

I hesitated in replying because I don;t yet have my D600 at hand but I did look into this issue last year with both my D300s and D5100.

The work around you described was 'doing the rounds' online but I seem to recall it was debunked. I tried to locate the source of that but couldn't and besides now we're talking about a different body.

Should it not be actually visible with a small prime for example to set the camera up and look from the front to see if the aperture blades do in fact move with exposure compensation?

Do you have a link to the tutorial you mention? Is it actually with the D600?

Philip

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