I cannot escape it any .longer: I need to point out something to Nikon camera users.
When you adjust things like exposure compensation and flash compensation on a Nikon, you normally get adjustments of one third of a stop. So you would get
- 1/3 stop
- 2/3 stop
- 1 stop
- 1 1/3 stop
- 1 2/3 stop
- 2 stops
…and so on.
But on Nikons, this is shown not as fractions (“1/3”) but as decimals (which would be “0.3333”, but is expressed as “0.3”. So we get
..etc. And the number of new Nikon users who get this wrong is incredible. I so often hear ” I cannot go to one stop, I can only go to 3 or 7 stops”
An easy mistake to make, if you overlook that “0.” preceding it. But now you have been warned.