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Hi i have borrowed a friends camera nikon d80. I had been taken pitures dueing the day but at night time the pituers wouldnt come out at night so we had a play with it. Now we cant get anything. On the back of the camera there is a green light flashing. when i press the menu this comes up high lighted , a spnner then LCD brightness o comes up.How can i clear it. Thanks for your help paul.

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Hi thanks for coming to FixYa. To solve your problem do this:
Find the two buttons with green dots next to them on the top right of the camera. They are the +/- and the AF buttons. Hold them both down for a few seconds. The top lcd will blink and everything will be back to normal.

Rob

Posted on Feb 28, 2009

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