Question about Nikon D100 Digital Camera
I think i have my D100 on all the correct settings in order to take manual photographs. The iso and fstop are all correct but my camera will not let me take a picture unless my flash is on. Everything is working fine in auto mode, with or without the flash. Does anyone know what the correct settings are in order to take a manual photograph?
The mode dial (topside left) must be set to M. That's it for manual settings - the camera won't check anything, and certainly shouldn't require the flash. You need to choose your own shutter speed and aperture settings to get a good photo, but the camera will let you take a picture no matter how you have it set.
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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