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How to unlock a nikon d300 mirror? - Nikon D300 Body Only Digital Camera

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on the top of the camera, there is a dial which says QUAL, WB and ISO. Look for button and ring just below this. It should say S, CL, CH, Lv, a clock and Mup. Press the button to release the ring and rotate it to the clock icon to activate self timer

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I think the factory repair service is the best choice for this type repair. The El Segundo location worked well for me. You may be able to contact them by phone (number on the Nikon web site) and ask about cost, but if you ship the camera to them they will give you a quote before starting work.

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SOURCE: Nikon D300 mirror sticks

Please check whether the mode dial is on 'Mup' or 'Lv'. If it is, then the camera is on mirror lock-up position (Mup) or LiveView mode (Lv). If any of these is selected, press the mode dial lock and rotate the dial to 'S' mode.

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Get the battery checked in a nikon customer care. See if the camera works with same nikon battery of the some other person. If not, the problem might lie with the camera. Visit the customer care for repairing it.

Posted on Aug 06, 2010

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I have a D300...Mirror locks up 100% time and will not shoot in focused shots..BUT in Live View..will shoot perfect. Had serviced..shutter replaced of 12/09...but problem started back up...Shoot 10...


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It's the aperture lever that has to be replaced and NIKON will do it at no cost to you.I just got mine back from NIKON's Melville Repair Center.They are great because they have backed their product and their service and people who work their are excellent!Kudos to NIKON!!!!

Nov 17, 2010 | Nikon D300 Body Only Digital Camera

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Nikon camera D300 mirror up/down shutter permanently up


Please check whether the mode dial is on 'Mup' or 'Lv'. If it is, then the camera is on mirror lock-up position (Mup) or LiveView mode (Lv). Mup is mirror lock-up and Lv is LiveView. It could be in Lv mode if you can see the image on the LCD, but not through the viewfinder. If it is on Mup mode, both the viewfinder and the LCD will be blank. If any of these is selected, pressing down the mode dial lock, rotate the dial to 'S' mode.

Jul 29, 2010 | Nikon D300 Body Only Digital Camera

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Nikon D300 mirror sticks


Please check whether the mode dial is on 'Mup' or 'Lv'. If it is, then the camera is on mirror lock-up position (Mup) or LiveView mode (Lv). If any of these is selected, press the mode dial lock and rotate the dial to 'S' mode.

May 19, 2010 | Nikon D300 Body Only Digital Camera

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D300 shutter/mirror sound sloppy or not crisp I got my sensor cleaned and after I got my body back I noticed that the shutter and or mirror sound too loud or sloppy. It used to sound quite crisp and I...


As long as it works, I wouldn't spend too much time worrying about it. In the future, learn to clean the sensor yourself. It's not difficult when you have the proper supplies. Just Google the words "how to clean a DSLR sensor" and you will find sites with pictures to teach you.

Apr 14, 2010 | Nikon D300 Body Only Digital Camera

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I can't remove my non-automatic 28mm from my D300


how did it went into the D300 in the first place? Hold the metal part of the lens, press the lens release on teh D300 body. Best to send it to Nikon for a look. They would charge shipping only.

Aug 19, 2009 | Nikon D300 Digital Camera

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Shutter drag problems


Check to see if somehow the "noise reduction" setting is on. This in effect takes two separate exposures on each shutter release, so it (sometimes) doubles the time the mirror is up. I'm not sure where it is in the menus on a D300.

Also, just a terminology point, but the "shutter" in this camera is a combination of the mirror (what we usually call the shutter) and the electronics which samples the sensor for a limited time. It's a little like the mechanical shutter on a film camera that was behind the mirror....back in the day when they made them from titanium.

The "so what" of this is that even if it sounds like it's not releasing as fast as it used to, the exposure can still be accurate if the electronics are sampling correctly. It's only when moving to slow exposures that the mirror speed/up time makes a difference.

Jul 15, 2009 | Nikon D300 Body Only Digital Camera

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D300 user manual


Hello,
Download Nikon D300 English user manual from Nikon Support.
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Nov 19, 2008 | Nikon Cameras

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Sensor Cleaner making noises?? (Nikon D300)


Yes, all D300 makes this noise when the sensor is being cleaned.

Apr 24, 2008 | Nikon D300 Body Only Digital Camera

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