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PeterBeckett

Lincoln, US
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PeterBeckett Gold Member Donor Ribbon awarded for his generous support to the Fundraising Campaign 2014 Nikonian since 04th Jan 2010
Thu 05-Apr-12 03:44 AM

I migrated from D3 and D3X to a D4 and have never handled a D3S!

The main- and sub-command dials of my D4 are definitely quite a bit "stiffer" to rotate than they were on my earlier models. Is this a new "feature" of the D4, or are the dials of the D3S similarly stiff? TBH, I'm hoping that the strong indexing relaxes a bit with more use...

To me, the dials of the D800 seem somewhat smoother than the D4, but frankly I doubt very much that Nikon would have different switch mechanisms for the two bodies.

Has anyone else noticed the above?

Pete

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