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Thread: Nikon N80

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    Not mentioned so far is Lens compatiblity.
    With the F80 you loose lightmetering with non AF lenses i.e. AIS and AI.
    F100 is compatible with non AF- as well as G-lenses
    F90X is not compatible with G-lenses, at least not in M and A modes.
    I use 28mm AIS and 180mm AIS on my F90X and the only drawback is I have centerweighed and spot metering only but since I use spot 95% anyway its no problem.
    How does the viewfinder compare ?
    Do you like your camera light or a bit more heavy (rare, medium or welldone )
    S°ren

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    Quote Originally Posted by madvax
    It depends on the lens you're using. AF is pretty fast when I use primes, and slow with my cheap 70-300 zoom (plus it sounds like this thing is powered by a diesel engine )
    Ironically, I just bought my first prime for it and a haven't used it yet... Good to know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bighead
    It also uses one of those little lights, for low light situations, for the AF, which also annoys the crap out of me... If I am trying to shoot something candid, the light tips the people off....
    You can turn this feature off, through the menu.
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