>>How do you get used to the ISO button being (weirdly) on >the >>back-left of the camera? > >Versus where? I have numerous Nikons and the ISO button is on >the back left on some, on the top left dial on others, and in >the menu for still others. I don't find myself needing to >change ISO very much so it doesn't bother me where it's >located. On the 5D it was on the top of the camera (by the screen), which meant you could change all of your exposure settings with your right hand without having to let go of the lens (or even change hand position) to do it. This was pretty convenient.
> >>Is there a quick way to skip many pictures during >playback? > >You mean like holding the advance button down? I assume you >are used to the spin-dial on the Canon.
Yeah, I am. This isn't really a big deal, just something I wanted to know how to do. >>Any talk of a matte-focusing screen? Katzeye figured out >the >>7D... > >No idea. Katzeye has done some stuff for previous Nikons.
I'll keep an eye out, as I already was. I was just curious if there had been any word out there about it. >>Would you say this camera is easy for you to use without >>moving away from the viewfinder, once you're used to it? > >I have no idea what you are asking here. I don't shoot my >D600 any differently than I shoot any of my other Nikons. Or >my Canon. I meant after getting used to the camera do you find that you can comfortably operate (mainly exposure, but really anything you'd normally change prior to taking a shot) without having to back out of the viewfinder and fiddle and get back in there.