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1. From : rick (rick_oleson@yahoo.com)
Url : http://rick_oleson.tripod.com/index-153.html
Date : 09:05 PM Monday 24 October, 2005

Hi Lorin: The EM camera uses Nikon Series E, Nikkor AI and Nikkor AI-S series lenses. Most autofocus Nikkors will also work, but I would stick with the manual focus lenses. To tell the difference among the various lens series, see the above URL link.


2. From : Nantez (holy_buddha99@hotmail.com)
Url : http://
Date : 01:35 PM Monday 24 October, 2005

I thnk someone has just explained on the usable lenses with his Nikon F401 ealier, the same applies to the Nikon EM (MF/AF) - minus the older Non AI (MF - manual focus) and Nikkor G-series Nikkor (AF - autofocus). So, it is safe with wide range of lenses (includes 3rd party labels).


3. From : Lorin (cdn_cool_girl@hotmail.com)
Url : http://
Date : 07:35 AM Monday 24 October, 2005

I was wondering what kind of lenses can I use on my Nikon EM series camera.


4. From : Jerome (Jacko) (jerimie_jacko_nospam@yahoo.com)
Url : http://
Date : 01:37 AM Sunday 23 October, 2005

Dear Summer: Nikon FG has a ON/OFF lever next to the shuter speed ring. I remember the FG uses auto power off feature to conserve battery power, but still, you need to trun the power to OFF position if you are not using it for a long period of time. This mamalsyain site has a section the FG see:http://mir.com.my/rb/photography/hardwares/classics/emfgfg20/fg/index.htm
The bottom section of that main page even has an intruction manual (PDF) for Nikon FG to download, but I would suggest also read the 5-6 pages the author wrote and compare with the content on the instruction as it has other thnsg not found on the manual. Hope this guide helps.


5. From : Jerome (Jacko) (jerimie_jacko_nospam@yahoo.com)
Url : http://
Date : 01:28 AM Sunday 23 October, 2005

E series issue. NO, I don't understand why it can't focus on infinity. Don't worry on the lens focusing, just set to the infinity mark. Next, use the depth of field scale is another good method, say assuming if you are setting an aperture at f/8, focus and check the few color lines on the lens barrel and place the infinity mark at one point at the far end that will do the trick.


6. From : terence lim (nomail@nospam.com)
Url : http://nil
Date : 01:23 AM Sunday 23 October, 2005

The Nikon F401 should work with ALL kins of AF Nikkor lenses (EXCEPT the new G-Nikkor as awell as some pricey AF-I and AF-S older versions); for manual focus Nikkor, usable EXCEPT for older non-Ai Nikkor lenses. The safe way is to use only the normal version without those funny extra-name tag (anyway, they are very expensive, sorry..).


7. From : kimkun (kimkun@korea.com)
Url : http://
Date : 02:02 PM Saturday 22 October, 2005

what kind of lenses can i use for f401(N4004s) ?


8. From : Summer (maroonroom@hotmail.com)
Url : http://
Date : 12:08 AM Saturday 22 October, 2005

I currently teach at a high school and loan out a Nikon FG and it seems to eat through batteries. Is this a common problem with this camera or is there and on/off button i am unaware of?


9. From : cyrus (cyrus_borromeo@yahoo.com)
Url : http://
Date : 06:42 PM Friday 21 October, 2005

i just got a nikon em with a 75-150mm e series lens from ebay.ph and also a newbie with regards to camera. i just want to ask a question. i cant focus it on far objects. my friend said maybe the lens is not aligned porperly. could it be the case..if so what can i do about. i would be happy to get some reponse because im doing self study in photography.. thanks


10. From : addon (just@help.com)
Url : http://
Date : 02:02 PM Thursday 20 October, 2005

Good suggeston. However, one main problem I experient shooting low light photography is the slow shutter speed. The EM is an auto camera, the speed may go down to more than a second. In such case, blur will inevitably form. So, fast speed film should be used as Rick has suggested. But tripod or any form of support is also useful. There can also be shoot with movement - sometimes, stage shoot can have some movement to show the action. You can slso shoot using slow shuuter speed but use flash to create a visible image in the blurry images or simply just shoot at a slower speed (even with fast speed film, I would think shutter speed may comes down to 1/4 sec. you have to overcome that - the effect can be different in each of these combinations. LAST - try shooting with backlit (just show the outline of the performers against black - but you have to tell the photo lab that is intentional - if not, photos will be gray when process by AUTO adjustment by the lab assistant).


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