Question about Nikon D40 Digital Camera with G-II 18-55mm Lens
Go to flash mode menu, off the TTL AND KEEP MANUAL 1/16 FLASH RATIO and then control ur pic.by setting ISO
Posted on Jan 11, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I think my flash is too bright?
first check exposure compensastion. make sure its zero. After that set flash to i-TTL. Note that you must have some distance from the subject so that the light will have space to spread. D40 with kit lens cant do macro shot. Eventhough its on automatic mode, to near with subject can make the picture to bright.
Second, check your ISO. when condition is bright, use ISO 200 and lower. Its advised not to use fully auto mode, use P instead. P mode is also automatic mode with some fixed value like the ISO and white balance while automode, everything is automatic. this can make your camera confused with your needs.In P mode, the camera will adjust the shutter and aperture for you. Or try shot with A or S.
third. Use the right metering. Metering function is to supply information to the body on how to adjust the value. Its advised to point and half press shutter at the well balanced light part of the scene so that the picture will not over or underexposed. Use the AE-AL lock function to lock the setting. Try each metering.
bear in mind that internal flash fire direct flash to subject not same ad external lighting that you can bounce to the ceiling. Normally internal flash only use to fill-in the scene, which main lighting is supply from external flash.
Hope this help you.
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
SOURCE: Nikon D60 highlight
When you have the flashing highlight areas, press the down arrow on the command dial and it will scroll through various playback screen options until you get to the screen you prefer to view.
Posted on May 30, 2009
The Nikon D60 does not have "live view" capability, so you'll need to use the viewfinder to frame you shots. If you need "live view" capability, consider purchasing the D80 or D90 instead with offer the feature...
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
You need to press the Disp/Display button to remove the settings on the display.
Posted on Sep 22, 2009
Testimonial: "Also had to use the multi selector to get rid of it. I now understand the process. Thanks"
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