Question about Nikon D50 Digital Camera with 18-55mm Lens
While shooting pictures the shutter button all of a sudden stopped working, I can press it but it does not take the picture. I am not sure if I may have touched or pushed something to changing a setting or what. I am obviously a novice. I have had the camera about 5 years and use it when the point and shoot is not quite enough, mostly when shooting my grandchildren and architecture when traveling. Currently we are in the BVI or the winter and I do not have my book with me to help trouble shoot. Any assistance will be appreciated. Thanks, Sheila Whiting
TURN ON CAMERA. SEE IF THERE IS A MESSAGE. NOW, TURN OFF CAMERA. TAKE OFF LENS. REPLACE LENS- MAKE SURE YOU HEAR A "CLICK" TURN ON CAMERA AND TRY AGAIN. OK?
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
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