Join Steve Simon for an in-depth discussion in this video Reviewing a few more best practices for the D500, part of Nikon D500: Tips and Techniques.
- Alright, I wanted to give you a few more best practices…and a few kinda miscellaneous tips that I think will be…useful for you in your relationship with your Nikon D500.…One of the things that's a best practice is to turn…the camera off whenever you're swapping out batteries,…putting the flash on, taking the cards out,…and changing lenses, most particularly.…The first three really were just, it's an electronics thing.…It's better, you know, for the camera to be off…when you change those items, but as far as the lenses…are concerned, the camera, by default, has a built-in…sensor cleaner that works by vibration and it's set to…activate every time you turn the camera on and turn…the camera off, so as a best practice it's a good idea…if you are changing lenses to turn the camera off.…
It's gonna do its little activation and cleaning.…You're gonna put the new lens on, you're gonna turn…the camera on, it's gonna do its activation and cleaning.…And that's really the best time to get any dust with that…cleaner, because, you know, with time, sometimes there's…
In this course, photographer, author, and educator Steve Simon offers tips, strategies, and tutorials for you to get the most out of your D500. He also calls out techniques that apply to the Nikon D5, so you can transition between both cameras.
- Configuring back button autofocus
- Using dynamic autofocus points
- Understanding advanced autofocus features
- Controlling exposure
- Maximizing auto ISO
- Configuring Live View mode