Camera Reviews

Nikon D7100 Resources: Software, PDF Manual, & More

This resource page for the Nikon D7100 contains all the information you need to find support, PDF copies of the manuals, replacement batteries, lenses, compatible memory cards, and accessories. The Nikon D7000 preceded the D7100, which was replaced by the Nikon D7200. Nikon D7100 Battery The D7100 uses a Nikon EN-EL15, which provides 7.0v and […]

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Nikon D7200 Resources: Software, PDF Manual, & More

This resource page for the Nikon D7200 contains all the information you need to find support, PDF copies of the manuals, replacement batteries, lenses, compatible memory cards, and accessories. The Nikon D7100 preceded the D7200, which was replaced by the Nikon D7500. Nikon D7200 Battery The D7200 uses a Nikon EN-EL15, which provides 7.0v and […]

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Nikon D7500 Resources: Software, PDF Manual, & More

This resource page for the Nikon D7500 contains all the information you need to find support, PDF copies of the manuals, replacement batteries, lenses, compatible memory cards, and accessories. The Nikon D7200 preceded the D7500, which is the current model in the 7000 series. Nikon D7500 Battery The D7500 uses a Nikon EN-EL15, which provides […]

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Fujifilm Fujica AX-5 - Fuji's Top Model

Fujica is the brand name Fujifilm used for the 35mm film SLR cameras the company produced. Released in the early 1980's, the Fujica AX-5 was the top model. The two other camera models in the AX line were the AX-3 and AX-1. Price & Where to Buy The camera was not widely distributed throughout the […]

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What Cameras use Canon FD Lenses?

Finding a 35mm film camera that has an FD lens mount can be difficult if you don't know what models to look for. The Canon AE-1 camera is the best known, but there are plenty of other options. Or perhaps you have found or were given a camera and are not sure if you can […]

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Nikon D70 - Everything You Need to Know

Released in 2004, the Nikon D70 was the first Nikon DSLR released with an original MSRP under $1,000. That price also made it the first digital SLR from Nikon to be targeted at non-professionals. Now the D70 can be found used for much less than that. If the kit lens, the 18-70mm f/3.5-4.5G is included […]

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An Electronic Manual Focus Camera - the Nikon N6000 (F-601M)

Released in 1990, the Nikon N6000 is a manual focus electronically controlled camera. The body and controls are similar to the Nikon N6006. Not having autofocus means the camera has a split prism focusing screen that you would see in older SLRs. The advantage of this is that manual focusing is easy. Older manual focus […]

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How to Fix a Nikon D70 Sticky Rubber Grip

One of the common problems with the Nikon D70, and many older Nikon 35mm SLRs, is the rubber on the grip breaks down and becomes sticky. Unless fixed, the sticky grip makes the camera unusable. The tacky feeling makes the camera uncomfortable to hold and will leave a residue on your hands. 70% Isopropyl Alcohol […]

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Common Nikon D70 Camera Problems

There are several common problems that the Nikon D70 can have. Seeing how the camera is over 15 years old, problems should be expected. Sticky Rubber Grip A common problem with older Nikon cameras is that the rubber coating on the grip and backs of cameras begins to break down. When the rubber breaks down, […]

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Minolta Maxxum 5000i Dynax

The Minolta Maxxum 5000i is a second-generation A-mount camera. It was released in 1989 as a replacement for the Maxxum 5000. It was discontinued in 1992. The replacement model was the Minolta Maxxum 5xi. What's interesting about the camera is that the "i" in 5000i stands for "intelligence." This is because the camera takes Creative […]

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