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Order your D850 today! Grays of Westminster Newsletter

Order your D850 today!

This magnificent big cat, Ta’iri, is a North Chinese Leopard. Image taken just after his lunch by Alma Leaper with the D850 + AF-S 70-200mm f/2.8G VR II, f/5.6 1/200″, ISO800

 

Order Nikon’s highest resolution camera

We’ve had nothing but excellent feedback over the past few months from users of the D850, and with free stock available plus a variety of ways to pay there’s no need to wait. Order yours today by contacting 020 7828 4925 or emailing info@graysofwestminster.co.uk

Good to know:
E-type lenses

Have you been thinking of upgrading your lens but aren’t sure if it is compatible with your camera? Nikon introduced a new type of lens when they brought out the AF-S 800mm f/5.6E VR FL ED and most lenses since have included this E-type feature.

What does it mean?

E stands for Electromagnetic (diaphragm). An electromagnetic diaphragm mechanism in the lens barrel provides highly accurate electronic diaphragm or aperture blade control when using auto exposure during continuous shooting. With conventional D/G type lenses, the diaphragm blades are operated by mechanical linkage levers, but this does mean that you can get inconsistent exposures between shots when shooting in Continuous Frame Burst mode.

Will it work with my camera?

Nikon D2-series, D1-series, D200, D100, D90, D80, D70-series, D60, D50, D40-series, D3000, and film SLR cameras will not communicate aperture information electronically and cannot be used. For up to date information on which cameras may be used, please view the user manual of the E lens. These new E type lenses are CPU controlled, and not to be confused with 1980’s Series-E lenses, which were manually controlled.

To see a full list of current lenses visit:
http://www.graysofwestminster.co.uk/products/digital.php

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