#1. "My 'experience' with Nikon F4!" | In response to Reply # 0zakeish_sher Basic MemberMon 01-Jan-01 02:02 PM
I have been using a Nikon F4 for over 17 years and it still provides me with amazing images. Which ever way you want to handle; be it auto or shutter/aperture priority modes or explore the power of manual gadgetry. It clicks and captures images worth display. I think it is one camera body I wouldn't want to depart with in any case.......Take care guys!
Zafar Saeed Malik
Race Course Rd.
#2. "RE: Nikon F4 and F3 - Magic Lantern Guide" | In response to Reply # 0
#3. "RE: Nikon F4 and F3 - Magic Lantern Guide" | In response to Reply # 0Frans Registered since 08th Jan 2008Sat 29-Jun-02 04:59 PM
Since short I am the very lucky owner of a F4. Finally after many years EL2, FM2 and N70.
With all the hoopla around the magic lantern books, I purchased the F4 version.
Honestly, it was a big dissapointment. I really learned nothing from this book. The F4 manual covers the functions and experience does the rest. If one doesn't have much photo experience, it might be useful, but than again, why would one own a F4.
Forget your shoes, but never your camera.
Nikonian in South Florida.
#4. "RE: Nikon F4 and F3 - Magic Lantern Guide" | In response to Reply # 0lordnikon Registered since 17th Feb 2002Sun 01-Sep-02 10:17 AM
Before I bought my F4 I was looking at an F3. Though with my eyesight I am better off having the F4. I read through the manual, and the book nearly did it to me, but I bought the F4 instead. I find the book to be a great value.
Aaron J. Heiner
Team Coast Guard Photographer
US Department of Homeland Security