Oh snap! I would have been all over this before! I didn't think any of the mirror less cameras would auto focus any of our lenses.Yes. With the FT-1 adapter you get AF-S and AF-C (after the latest firmware update), but only with the central AF point.
Performance is quite good, actually.
Nope - only the 1-series has that capability!Oh snap! I would have been all over this before! I didn't think any of the mirror less cameras would auto focus any of our lenses.
Will any other mirror less cameras auto focus the Nikon AF-S lenses?
I've used my V1 to shoot a couple news assignments and press conferences. Worked out great, because I stood behind news tv cameras and shot everything with the silent shutter. In decent light, output looks good.Jonathan,
Just curious if you have sold any of your work captured on the V1 with an FX lens.
Nice! Has the FT-1 gone up in price? I remember paying less than $200 for mine.Ok, I just grabbed a V1 through KEH for $289, used, with the 10-30 lens. I don't really care for the kit lens, but I'm sure I'll use it a little for wide stuff, and if I decide to sell this camera, it will be much easier selling it with a lens.
I also grabbed the FT-1 lens adapter for $249.
Been looking for a few days. Can't seem to find them for less than $250. I think Adorama was advertising them for $209, but they're out of stock.Nice! Has the FT-1 gone up in price? I remember paying less than $200 for mine.
Here's one for $219:Been looking for a few days. Can't seem to find them for less than $250. I think Adorama was advertising them for $209, but they're out of stock.
Dang it! Just saw a new one on Ebay for $233. Oh well.
:frown:Here's one for $219:
You need to sell this to your gf better - tell her the V1 is a much better camera to take on trips than the D3, so you'll be able to take better pictures of her :smile::frown:
Oh well. I'm sure I'll have fun with it when it gets here (while the girlfriend is at work :wink and won't care about that 30 bucks.