How can I create bokeh with a Nikon d40 DSLR?

Answer You want a narrow depth of field image. This is done by using the largest aperture on your lens (smallest f-stop number). To do this on a D40, or any dSLR camera, use aperture priority or manual mo... Read More »

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Can you take a bokeh picture with a nikon d40x?

Generally, you can with all cameras. All you need is a shallow depth of field. You can achieve this by using a low aperture (ex. f/2.8, f/1.8) The lower the f/#, the shallower your depth of field w... Read More »

Can you create bokeh with a digital camera?

The way to get bokeh, or shallow depth of field, you need to use a wide open aperture. Wide open aperture, meaning f2.8 or wider. f1.8 is a good setting. Notice that f1.8 is wider than f2.8, and f1... Read More »

Can I use a Nikon DSLR lens with a Nikon film camera?

Your FM-10 can use that 1.4D. It can use a lot of the AF lenses except the ones without an aperture ring (G in Nikon's lens nomenclature). Both cameras can use the old Ai and Ai-s manual focus lens... Read More »

Choose between these DSLR cameras - Nikon D3100, Nikon D3200, Nikon 5100 or Canon Rebel T3?

By the way, these are all entry level cameras.The D3200 is by far the best of them.