Although it is popular to talk about mirrorless cameras these days, DSLR cameras are still alive, and with the help of some useful tricks, you can make the most of your DSLR. Especially if you own a Nikon camera, you might be surprised with these features that most photographers skip using.
Well-known nature photographer Steve Perry has published a video previously about Nikon tricks, and in this second video of the series, he shares seven new tricks about Nikon cameras, with in-depth explanations.
Most photographers prefer Nikon due to its advantages in ergonomics, technical aspects, and some other features that don’t exist in other brands in the market. For example, formatting a memory card is easier and quicker, without navigating the menu, by just using the buttons on the camera. Or, you can turn on or turn off the grid lines in the viewfinder, without changing the focusing screen; and this has been a standard feature on most Nikon cameras for long years. In terms of ergonomics, Nikon also has some advantages, especially on high-end models, such as ease of toggling between AF options over a physical button next to the lens mount. While each camera has its own advantages, these are just a few examples that Nikon offers, and with the unnoticed in-camera settings, you can get more from your Nikon camera.
Are you a Nikon user who knows every detail about Nikon cameras? Or, are you using another brand that has advantages over Nikon? If so, don’t forget to share your thoughts in the comments section below.