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Nikon d40x flashing when viewing photos in camera

When I am looking at the photos in my camera there is a flashing outline and it changes with each photo.

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Pull up the photo in image view, then use the up arrow until the flashing stops.


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Picture does not appear on the monitor, I must look through the view finder to see what I,m pointing at to photograph


The D40x operates as SLRs have operated for half a century, offering you an optical viewfinder with which to frame and compose your picture. The LCD is for menus, shooting information, and reviewing.

Nikon introduced the live view feature, which allows you to hold your camera so it wobbles at arms' length, with the D3 and D300, released half a year after the D40x.

While almost all current DSLRs have this capability, it was not so common five years ago when the D40x was introduced.

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The D40x works as SLRs have worked for half a century. You view and compose through the optical viewfinder. Nikon introduced the LiveView capability into their DSLRs with the D300 and D3, introduced well after the D40x. On the D40x, the monitor is for menus, settings, and review of previously taken photos. It cannot be used for shooting as on more recent cameras.

Sorry if that wasn't the answer you wanted to see, but there it is.

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Adjust view finder focus as you will see setting there, to view correct focus in view finder itself.
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that is the highlight warning. When viewing the photos, just press the up arrow to cycle to the mode of view you want.

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conorp, not on a D40. This camera does not have the "Live View" capability.

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