Question about Nikon D40x Digital Camera
I recently dropped my Nikon D40X from a fairly good height, nothing is damaged from my understanding, the lens is intact, shutter is perfectly fine, but I realized afterwards every single one of my photo's that I try to take, turns out EXTREMELY dark! I read some articles and it said to reset the camera settings, well when I do it, it dosen't really affect anything, and I try to go into manual mode to change the aperture and the shutter, and it won't let me change anything, it stays in auto.
Does anybody know a solution, or solution(s) that I can try to fix my camera by myself? Or would I have to take it in to get looked at?
came across this after i had just recieved my camera back from Nikon getting fixed. I had the same problem. They replaced my aperature control unit and now my camera works wonderfully again.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
You will need to send it to Nikon to get the camera checked out - there is nothing user-serviceable that you can do.
Basically, you have broken it. Take more care with your expensive toys... use the strap, buy a silicone jacket, etc.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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