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Have I got auto bracketing on my d60 Slr. Also is there the rule of thirds grid on the d60. Thanks

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No and no.

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I bought an older 28mm nikon lens for my d60. when i try to rotate the apertrure ring, the d60 screen says that the aperture must be set to the highest setting. am i stuck with this aperture...


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I want to use this on a digital SLR and wanted to know which are the compatible models in the market. thanks a lot.


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This can be used with many Digital SLR and Film Cameras, the compatble models are Nikon Digital SLR Cameras D60 & D40, Cannon EF SLR cameras, can also be used with Cannon Digital Rebel XT 8MP

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Rules of 3rd


Do you really need a grid on your screen to place the subject in the right place?

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Using a speedlight


the SB-22 has a voltage of around 4.5v this means that it will not fry you D60 SLR so the answer is YES you can use you old flash gun with your D60

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Compatible lens with nikon D60


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Group portraits with fluorescent lighting


Appature settings are never precise because they constantly need to be adjusted to suit the individual lighting conditions, in other words it is impossible to make a blanket statement for the best fstop and shutter speed to use for florescent lighting since that would depend on the size of the room ambient light the number of florescent lights and the distance to the target. As a rule of thumb these cameras have reasonably good light sensors so setting them to auto and pressing the button halfway should show you a display of the recommended fstop and shutter settings. I would recommend then bracketing from these settings. Bracketing is the process of taking several shots while varying the exposure settings to "passthrough" the optimal settings. Usually if you have a good idea what exposure will work a three step bracket is all that is required.
Example (based on outdoor exposure):
Optimal settings show shutter at 500 fstop at 16
Bracket picture 1:
shutter 250 fstop 16
Picture 2:
Shutter 500 fstop 16
Picture 3:
Shutter 1000 fstop 16

There is also a handy rule of thumb for exposure settings
Note that this also changes based on type of film
See the following chart for iso 400 film fstop of 16:
Bright sunlight: shutter 1/2000 th or just 2000
Partly cloudy: about 1/500th or 500
Overcast:1/125th or 125
Medium source (open window on a sunny day): 60
Inside light: 30
Low light: 15 up to 1"
night: varying

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