I have used my Nikon D60 for about 6 years now, with AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G, and AF-S 55-200mm Nikkor f/4-5.6G lens, and the autofocus has been working fine this entire time.
However, I recently used the AF Nikkor 50mm f/1.4D lens for a few days, which of course requires manual focus. But when I switched back to my two older lenses, the autofocus would not work anymore. The motors would rotate but it just wouldn't focus. In the past, if that happened, all I needed to do was detach and reattach the lens, but that didn't help. I tried to clean and wipe everything but still doesn't work.
Although I thought that initially putting on the 50mm lens was more difficult, as it felt like a tighter fit, and now it feels much easier to put on my older two lenses, and it just feels looser. Could it have anything to do with that? like a problem with the contact between Camera and Lens?
Any thoughts? Much appreciated on any suggestions!1 réponseCamerasil y a 6 ans
J'ai habité pendant trois ans en Belgique quand j'étais petit il y a plus de dix ans, puis je me suis déménagé au Canada. Donc, mon accent est un peu un mélange des deux.
Au Canada, on prononce le "ent" du mot "Ingrédient" comme dans "vraiment". Mais je l'ai toujours prononcé comme on le prononce dans "chien", pensant que je l'ai appris en Belgique, mais j'ai maintenant des doutes.
Je suis curieux, est-ce que c'est vraiment comment on le prononce en Belgique? Ou bien c'est une erreur et personne ne m'a jamais corrigé?
Merci!5 réponsesLanguesil y a 7 ans
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Jason Kidd (2000-2004)
Steve Nash (2004-2007)
Chris Paul (2007-2009)
Deron Williams (2009-2011)
Derrick Rose (2011-) Now more and more people are saying it's Derrick Rose.
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