Camera Reviews

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. Table of Contents […]

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Best Nikon D3000 Lenses for All Types of Photography

Recommended Nikon D3000 Lenses If you don't want to read, you can check out the best options for the Nikon D3000 below. Zoom Lens - Nikon 55-300mm f/4.5-5.6G ED VR Wide Angle Lens - Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 AT-X116 Pro DX II Telephoto Lens - Nikon AF-S Nikkor 85mm f/1.8G First Prime - Nikon AF-S DX […]

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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. Table of Contents Sticky Rubber GripCHA Error / CHR ErrorCompact Flash Card Reader Pin RepairFOR error - CF ribbon cableReplacing the Ribbon CableBlinking Green Light of Death (BGLOD)Autofocus Not WorkingCheck AF/M […]

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Nikon D70s Resources: Software, PDF Manual, & More

This page has a list of resources and reference information for the Nikon D70s. Included are support phone numbers, links to PDF copies of the manuals, replacement battery information, compatible memory cards, and accessories. The Nikon D70s is the second mid-range DSLR released by Nikon in 2005. The Nikon D70 came before it and the […]

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Nikon D70s Memory Card Compatibility & Recommendations

The Nikon D70s memory card slot can fit type I and type II CompactFlash (CF) memory cards. CompactFlash cards with up to a 137GB capacity can be used. However, those cards are going to be expensive compared to the value of a D70s. If you just want to know what a good card for the […]

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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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Canon EOS 650 - The First EOS Camera

The Canon EOS 650 was the first camera released that used the Canon EF mount. Canon sold the EOS 650 from 1987-1989, when it was replaced by the Canon EOS 600. Table of Contents Price & Where to BuyOriginal PriceBattery - 2CR5Quartz Date Back EBuild QualityEOS 650 vs EOS 620Lens Mount - Canon EFCanon EF-S […]

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Best Nikon D100 Memory Cards

The memory cards the Nikon D100 can use are limited based on the camera's firmware. A 2GB CompactFlash card is the maximum capacity card you can use. If your D100 has firmware version 2.0, you can use up to a 4GB card. Directions on how to check your camera firmware are below. My recommendation for […]

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Best Canon PowerShot SD20 SD Memory Card

The Canon PowerShot SD20 needs SD memory cards. The largest capacity SD card that will work in the PowerShot SD20 is 2GB. In Europe, the point & shoot camera was named the Canon DIGITAL IXUS i5. SD memory cards that satisfy the SDUC, SDXC, or SDHC requirements will not work properly in the PowerShot SD20. […]

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Step by Step: Loading Film into the Canon Rebel G

Note: Infrared film should not be used with the Rebel G. An infrared sensor is used to track the film advance. It will fog infrared film. There is a page with more complete information on the Canon EOS Rebel G.

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