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I use first time nikon d60.

I can shoot room set in men photo .i don't  see photo in dark red tone.

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Dropped my Nikon D60 on concrete and now it is taking dark photos! I reset it to manufacture settings but still taking dark photos even outside in the middle of the day. Any suggestions on what it could...


This is not a do it yourself project. Call the Nikon Service Department at 1-800-NIKON-US (1-800-645-6687) 9AM-8PM EST, Monday to Friday. They will tell you how to return your camera for repair and will provide you with an estimate of charges.

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Even if I could tell you what you broke without looking at your camera, which I cannot, you would not be able to do the repair yourself. Call the Nikon Service Department at 1-800-NIKON-US (1-800-645-6687) 9AM-8PM EST, Monday to Friday. They will tell you how to proceed to get a repair estimate.

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My nikon D60 is taking dark photos.


The only reason the camera will be taking dark photos is when it is under exposing the image taken. This can be due to the exposure compensation set to under expose the metered exposure. Make sure the expsosure compensation is set to '0' or increase it to compensate for the dark photos.

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Hi
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
marti

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I use first time nikon d60.


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