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Button for exposure

When i roll the button to change exposure, camera zoom in. Why? I can't change exposure and anything what can be changed with "roll" button. Image resolution and other things. When i roll the button, camera zoom in step-by-step. I have shot 9936 pictures untill now. What can i do to fix my problem?? Thanks.

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  • Marko Sol Jun 22, 2007

    Thank you for your sugestion. "but I fear it is new camera time" .. You think that is camera too old or used enough?

  • Marko Sol Jun 22, 2007

    I would like to buy new camera. Nikon for sure. What you sugest? What to buy?

  • Marko Sol Jun 22, 2007

    Ok. I will try! Thanks!

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Nothing to fix - this is a major switch problem Contact Nikon technical support team for advice but I fear it is new camera time

Posted on Jun 22, 2007

  • john ash
    john ash Jun 22, 2007

    As I said difficult to say exactly what is going on- it may be mechanical or electronic- but if it is more than a year or so old - repairs are not on the horizon.
    But so often a batch or a whole production line will have firmware faults that the manufacturer acknowledges and will replace the camera
    So get onto Nikon Tech Support and let it happen from there.

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