Question about Nikon D7000 Digital Camera
I think you are photographing in life view. I can't reproduce the error on my D7000. I don' think is has to do with the settings nor with the lens. If you think it has something to do with the settings, try to put the camera back to factory settings, by pressing both buttons marked with the green dots for 2 seconds. One button is on top, the +/- button and one is the Qual button. Be aware that you lose all settings. There are two other possibilities to reset settings, that are less changing, look it up in the manual. One is in the menu recording options and one in the menu personal settings. Both the top lines in the menu's
Posted on Oct 25, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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