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My Nikon D5100 shows black stripes on the photos. It happens every other photo, at the same conditions and settings. I haven't got such a problem before until today. Is it something I should be wo

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SOURCE: Blue photos on Nikon D60.

Check your white balance or wb button.

Posted on May 25, 2009

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SOURCE: photos with stripes

There is a slight possibility that it's a memory card problem. Try another memory card, or format this one. You could also try to dry the contacts with a dry fabric.

If it doesn't work, send it for service.

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SOURCE: D80 kit 18/135 won't make photos 'F- -' error

Unmount the lens and clean both the camera and lens contacts (the metal strips that connect body with lens) using a pencil eraser. Take care not to let any debris fall into the camera. Mount the lens and try again.

Posted on Feb 16, 2009

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SOURCE: photos are dark despite settings saying they're ok

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It is possible that the EV control has been switched on. This will look like this +/- and is usally set to 0. Try that perhaps.
I am uncertain what you mean by MANUAL since if it is true manual control of exposure the whole point is that you can select the level of brightness you want.
Best of luck
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Did you bring it into a warm environment and expose every square inch to condensation?

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My Nikon D3200 shows black stripes on live view. Every I turn on the live view, it shows the black stripes. but when I take photos it did not show the black stripes. Is it a massive problem or simple...


I can't think of black stripes that should be on a monitor. Like a grid in your viewfinder. The stripes should not be there. Is your camera still under waranty? (in europe we have 2 years with Nikon). Then I should contact Nikon and ask they can help you with this "problem" When you contact Nikon, please tell them when you have the stripes and when you don't have them. I assume you don't see stripes in the menu or when viewing pictures.
I must tell you, personaly I never use live view, but I just checked on my more than 2 years old Nikon and there were no black stripes on the screen.

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Zoom on nikon d5100


In either mode, you're zooming by turning the zoom ring on the lens? In live view mode, if you zoom in by pressing the magnifying glass button, all you're doing is zooming the display, not the image itself.

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Nikon d5100 Blurry photos When I take photos of a party, at night, my photos are very blurry. How can I fix..


Use autofocus if you have a AF lens on it.

Usually you get a kit 18-55 AF lens that has a A/M switch on the side. The switch should be facing the A side so it's set on autofocus. Then you have 9 points on your viewfinder, those are the autofocus points. It should usually be set to center, because you usually want the object in center of your photo to not be blurry.
Remember to press the shutter button halfway and give some time for the autofocus to focus. Then you can press it all the way, you should have your photos nice and clear.

If you happen to have a manual focus lens, you should be watching through the viewfinder and turning the focus ring on the lens and determine if your object is in focus. It's hard at night, but get some practice at home when you have some more light so you get more familiar with the focus.

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The camera is creating a Nikon001.DSC file which does not include any data or images. but i have lots of photo clicked. how to access to my photos


ALTERNATE WAY TO TRANSFER PHOTOS TO COMPUTER
If your photos are stored on the memory card, then remove the memory card from the camera and insert it into an USB memory card reader. Connect this USB memory card reader and memory card into the USB port of your working computer. Your computer will see this as an USB Mass Storage Device or an external storage device; you can then open the folder on the memory card and copy the photos to your computer. Memory card reader is a handy device and is inexpensive. You can copy photos from other cameras and you can also download photos off your memory card to someone else's computer without the need of installing any programs.

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Nikon D5100 vs Nikon D3200


They both take superb pictures. The D3200 is slightly easier to learn how to use, while the D5100 is easier to use once you learn it. That is, the D3200's menus will guide you through all its settings, while with the D5100 you can change those settings with less work once you learn the proper buttons to push. The D3200 has a higher resolution, but even the D5100 will take photos that can be enlarged to 8x10 and larger.

I suggest you go to a good camera store and try them both out. See which one better fits your hands. You don't want to buy a camera based on specs, or other people's opinions. You want a camera that best works for YOU. Having said that, the D3200 is probably a better first SLR. However, try them both out and choose the one that's better for YOU.

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Nikon D5100 vs Nikon D3200


They both take superb pictures. The D3200 is slightly easier to learn how to use, while the D5100 is easier to use once you learn it. That is, the D3200's menus will guide you through all its settings, while with the D5100 you can change those settings with less work once you learn the proper buttons to push. The D3200 has a higher resolution, but even the D5100 will take photos that can be enlarged to 8x10 and larger.

I suggest you go to a good camera store and try them both out. See which one better fits your hands. You don't want to buy a camera based on specs, or other people's opinions. You want a camera that best works for YOU. Having said that, the D3200 is probably a better first SLR. However, try them both out and choose the one that's better for YOU.

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I want to see all the setting Information I used when I took a photo


If you're viewing the photo on the D60, press cursor-up/down to cycle through the different views of the photo. Those views will show you the various settings.
If you're viewing the photo in Nikon CaptureNX2, select the picture or double-click on it. You'll see the information in the Metadata tab.
If you're viewing the photo in another program, please refer to the documentation for that program. Look under "metadata".

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D5100 won't power on with Sigma macro lens atttached


This is not a solution but the same kind of problem.

I just bought a Nikon D5100 and found that my Sigma 105mm macro has a problem. The camera will not power up, but if I turn it on, untwist the lens and then twist it back in, the camera powers up. If I leave it for a few seconds, it powers down again. Provided I keep taking photos, it works, but this is not acceptable because it can take several seconds to get a focus on a close-up, and by time I get the focus, the camera powers down again.

I never had any problems with this lens on my Nikon D80. I also use several lenses, all of which work well with both cameras. It's only the Sigma that has the problem. And I did clean the contacts with a proper contact cleaning solution and a swab, but still no joy. My lenses are made by Tamron, Pro Optic, Nikon and Sigma, and the only problem lens is the Sigma.

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