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Your posting is confusing. On the one hand you say that the problem is with a Nikon 1 camera and on the other hand you are saying that the problem is with a D90. These are two very different camera systems. If it is a Nikon 1, it is a new camera and within the one year warranty. You should contact Nikon on there website. If, on the other hand, it is a D90, the first thing you need to do is determine if the problem is in the camera body or the lens. The easiest way to do that is to switch lenses. If you do not have another lens, go to a camera store and they will probably be happy to let you try one of there lenses on your camera. Once you know where the problem is, we can decide how to proceed.

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