<p>Go in to your settings and change the time!</p>
<p>Have you tried using extention tubes?</p>
<p>Great question, my 80-200 looks exactly like that too. I can't wait to see the solution!</p>
<p>I only watermark my proofs, never the final product delivered to the client.</p>
<p>The ML-L3 will work on your D7100 as well as your D70.</p>
<p>Your lenses are too slow for using teleconverters unless your shooting f8 in bright sunshine, autofocus will be difficult in anything but the...
<p>I not only use rimless glasses, but I'm also left eye dominate. My only issue is my nose sometimes hits the focus selector and moves it on me!</p>
<p>My SB-600 will for some reason not fire with NiHM batteries either, I switched to alkaline batteries and it works perfectly.</p>
<p>Look around for the recently discontinued 35-70, prices may be attractive</p>
<p>I found this photo in a email from a friend, the image is amazing, it's actually a lot of images combined.<br />...
<p>The SB-600 will go into "sleep" mode after not firing for 3 or 4 minutes. Are you using recharable batteries? My SB-600 doesn't work...
<p>For the money you can find a 35-70 selling cheap, it has a push pull zoom and it's a very sharp lens.</p>
<p>I also agree the Nikon 35-70 f2.8 is a winner! On sale for $550!</p>
I use a Sandisk Extreme III 8GB in my D70s with never ever a problem.
The 80-200 is a great lens, but a tank to lug around. For traveling I'd go with a NIkon 18-200 with VR. it's a perfect travel lens, light weight,...
I agree with Micheal, the D300 replaced both the D200 and the D80(A D200 stuffed into a D70 body)
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