Question about Nikon D80 Digital Camera with 18-135mm Lens

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Burning in white object picture alway burn how do i solve this problem

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    Barak Aviv May 11, 2010

    can you click on the -/+ button and tell me what is the reading?

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PROBABILITY :
i assume you shooting P mode and then change to M mode since you say that "if i increase the shutter and apperture the picture became dark." you might have the wrong shutter aperture setting and also have choose the wrong whitebalance. You also might set the -/+ accidently to positive value. The -/+ is the overexposure or underexpose setting. This will tell the camera to always overespose or underexpose to certain stop you set by 1/3 stop. In your cases, you might set it to +1 or higher that it will overoxposed white color.

One more thing that can change the color is your white balance setting. White balance option is to control the amount and purenest of white in a picture by calculating the white according to setting.
if you mistakenly set the white balance set, your picture somehow will have more red of more blue.

SOLUTION :

You can spot the -/+ button on top off your camera, right to the top lcd, below the shutter button. Press the -/+ button then the top LCD panel will show you the value. 0 should be normal and +0.3 can be accepted. to change, with you press the -/+ button, turn the main comand dial to your right and the value will change. Put it to 0.

The camera normally set to A mode. That is Automatic white balance. in your cases, you might be set the wrong setting. A mode sometimes is not accurate. you can try K mode.(kelvin). Set the tempreture manually. 5000 and below it will be cool color. above is warm.

hope this helped you.

Posted on Nov 05, 2008

I do not understand -/+ button and reading tell me in the simple language.My question is in white colour bird feathers are always very bight i can not see the detail in it how i cam solve this problem if i increase the shutter and apperture the picture became dark.

Posted on Oct 31, 2008

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