Question about Nikon D200 Digital Camera with 18-200mm Lens

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Lcd preview blank d200

I can't preview any shots on the lcd;screen is blank. Will playback from menu view pictures taken however.

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Bossing check the cymus of your camera

it is in the under part of your cam
cymus is an IC that makes the lense work!!
test it by DC or with batery

and i think the another damage is the shoter blade of your camera!!
you can capture but you can't see your captured photo
i think it will not work or moisting. .shotter blade cannot open anymore

Frank!!!..

Posted on Nov 12, 2008

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First problem, you have a Nikon which isn't built anywhere near the quality of the manual focus Nikon's & Nikor lenses of three decades ago.

It's not worth repairing unless you have some sort of warranty that is still active.

If you invested in various lenses, you will most likely want another Nikon digital SLR in which I would recommend you pick up a D200 off ebay. Keep in mind the D200 does not have a full size sensor 35mm x 24mm like the Nikon D700, Canon 5D & 1D bodies.

You will be amazed the visual perspective difference between the small (undersized) CMOS (complimentry metal oxide semiconductor) and the 35mm x 24mm. Then again, you get what you pay for...

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Posted on Nov 12, 2008

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You cannot "Preview" shots on the LCD screen with the D200. There is no Live View function. Newer models such as D300 and D90 offers such a feature.

Posted on Nov 11, 2008

  • Wedgie May 24, 2014

    Absolutely correct answer, there is no live view function on this camera

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