Nikon F5 aperture control question.

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  1. KooK

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    I've currently got a Nikon D80 with a couple of lenses that specifically control the aperture electronically. Will the Nikon F5 have any issue with using these lenses or do they still require an aperture ring on the lens itself like the F4? I've tried to do some research but I can't find a solid answer.

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    Mike_E No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    No, Everything that your D80 will do an F5 will do better. ;)
     
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    Alright, did a word search and I don't know how I skipped over that.

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