A beginner guide to setting up manual focus on the Nikon D5100, although many of the steps will apply to other beginner bodies such as the D3100, D3200 and D5200.
Whilst very simple, many people have asked how to correctly set up manual focus, this video shows how, plus also shows how to set up the very useful rangefinder feature, to assist in getting your focus spot on.
Find me on..
Google +: http://gplus.to/Photoix
Web: http://www.photoix.co.uk Nikon and DSLR camera tutorials, guides and reviews. If you need help using your Nikon Dslr camera, then I will guide you through learning the controls and functions. I will also explain the fundamentals of photography such as ISO, aperture and Shutter speed.
Want to learn how to use manual mode on your camera, I will explain how to set a correct exposure using your camera’s exposure meter and mode dial.
Video Rating: / 5
OpticsPlanet introduces the new Nikon Monarch 3 Series Binocular! This brand new product from Nikon is perfect for any hunter, backpacker, or birdwatcher looking for quality optics at a reasonable price.
Nikon Monarch 3 Features:
-High reflective silver alloy phase corrected prisms- helps eliminate the degradation of the image caused by different light phases reflecting in the binocular.
-Fully Multicoated lens surfaces with anti-reflective coatings
-Multi-click Turn and Slide Eyecups
-Generous Eye Relief great for eyeglass wearers
-Polycarbonate Body designed to be rugged and durable
-Unique ergonomic design with a soft feel that helps you stay comfortable for long periods of glassing
-Waterproof / Fogproof — Nitrogen filled and O-Ring sealed
The Nikon Monarch 3 Series Binocular is available at Optics Planet.
Get yours NOW!
Nikon Ambassador, sports and commercial photographer, Dave Black shares why he thinks the Nikon D4S’s Group Area AF is the camera’s best feature.
‘There is no question that the autofocus exceeded what I thought was possible. To be able to track that precisely and to pick up the subject form a long distance away… and still sharp, it’s amazing.’ – Dave Black.
Nikon D4S’s Group Area AF tracks fast-moving subjects over long distances with phenomenal precision. Group Area AF mode constantly monitors five different AF fields, offering improved acquisition and background isolation when shooting subjects that are comparatively small and close to a high-contrast or distracting background. The five-point AF area can be shifted across the 51-point array as composition demands.
Find out more about the Nikon D4S http://bit.ly/1hsONix
Lightdow LD0103B Follow Focus Finder F2 (Fits Single Camera, Slide way) Support 15mm Rod for DV HDV Camcorder DSLR Camera Nikon D3X, D3S, D700, D300S, D7000, D90, D5100, D5000, D3100, D3000 / Sony Alpha A850, A77 and NEX-5, NEX-3, NEX-7, NEX-5N, NEXC3 / Canon EOS 1Ds Mark III, 1D Mark IV, 5D Mark II, 7D, 60D, 600D, 550D Etc
Find More Nikon D3X Products
My Nikon D610 Crash Course can be ordered from the following link:
My Nikon D600 Crash Course can be ordered from the following link:
This lesson explains the new focusing systems in the Nikon D600. It covers the 3 focusing modes, when you should use them, as well as how to change your focus squares in those focusing modes. This lesson also introduces recomposition, critical to becoming a successful portrait photographer. Its just one of many lessons from his new Nikon D600 Crash Course Training Tutorial Video, over 3.5 hours in length. Enjoy! http://www.michaelthemaven.com/products
Purchase the Nikon D610 Available on B&H Photo: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1008264-REG/nikon_d_610_digital_slr_body.html/BI/2765/KBID/3688
Video Rating: / 5
Experience the true power of full-frame photography with the D610.
The 24.3-megapixel FX-format sensor captures every detail with lifelike sharpness, offering brilliant photos with rich colours and smooth Full HD movies. You can capture action at a fast 6fps. Shoot sharp shots of fast-moving action at six-frames-per-second in both FX and DX formats.
Nikon’s new Quiet Release burst mode allows you to shoot in near-silence: Perfect when you want to photograph wildlife. The sound of the camera’s mirror return mechanism is noticeably reduced during the burst, so it’s easier to capture elusive subjects.
Fully weather-sealed, the D610 is tough enough to go anywhere, and you can share the full splendour of your images via a smart device using Nikon’s Wireless Mobile Adapter. From extreme wide-angle to super-telephoto, capture incredibly detailed images with smooth tonal gradations and low noise when shooting at high ISOs.
With ISO 100–6400, extendable up to 25,600 (equivalent), you get finely detailed images with minimal noise, even when you shoot under challenging lighting conditions.
Video Rating: / 5
Nikon AF-S FX NIKKOR 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6G ED Vibration Reduction Zoom Lens with Auto Focus for Nikon DSLR Cameras
Related Nikkor Products