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I have two different lens one is stronger than the other.Sometimes I take the perfect picture then other times not so good.How do I know which lens to use for close up or i want a distant shot at a cl

Nikon camera will not click over after bout 3sec, i have to close shutter to take another shot

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Do you mean that, you press the shutter release once and the shutter stays open until you press the shutter release a second time. If so, check your shutter speed setting. If it is set to "T" (Timed Exposure) the camera is working correctly. Change your shutter speed to an appropriate setting, such as 1/125. If that does not solve the problem, you might need to take it in for repair.

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The "standard kit lens" that most come with is perfectly good for general photography. If you want to take architectural pictures, you'll need something different. If you want wide landscapes, you will need a wide angle, and if you want wildlife/bird pictures, you'll want a telephoto lens. It all really depends on what you intend to do...

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Obviously there's too much light getting through the lens. Either you have locked the iris down with switching the wrong switch or changing something in your on screen menu. If you have your manual check for some mention of over or under exposure. What you are getting is overexposure.

This could of course be caused by a problem in the camera itself. More than likely in the iris control. An Iris stuck in an almost closed position would cause this as well. Luckily the problem is a user error (nothing personal) I caused a similar problem in a $40.000.00 broadcast camera and took me about 15 minutes to figure out which switch I'd bumped. If the camera has been well looked after and not subjected to sand, grit and heavy dust and the lens works OK then it's a good chance of being a user error. Try the troubleshooting section and if you have no joy it looks like a trip to the repair shop. It's certainly nothing which can be fixed by proxy. But sometimes, I repeat sometimes, a slight tap on the front of the camera body using just your finger may move the iris and release the jam. Don't tell anyone I said that. I've actually done it myself and as far as I know the camera is still working but don't keep bashing it and if the friendly tap doesn't work then don't try anything stronger. Let the tech have a look instead.

Don't forget, I never said a word. Shhhhhh!!!

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