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Usually caused by a failure of the motor in the aperture unit.

Posted on Jun 19, 2014

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If you are using the same battery, it could be it has reached the end of life. The charger can indicate the battery is fully charged, because the voltage has reached a correct level, but still the battery can have one or more bad cells. So as soon as you start using the battery, it can lose enough energy to give this nasty message. If you put in another battery and still have the same message, there must be a serious problem in the camera.
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Error message nikon d60 release not working


I assume that the full message is "Shutter release is disabled." The causes can be as follows:
1. The memory card is not fully inserted, or locked in place; or the write protect tab on the left edge of the memory card is in the protected position. A full memory card could also cause this problem.
2. You are using an automatic lens equipped with a focusing ring and you have failed to lock the aperture at the highest f-number by sliding the locking tab on the lens.
3. You are using a non-CPU lens, in which case you must rotate the mode dial to "M" and manually set your ISO, shutter speed and f-stop.
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I'm afraid this camera does not have any possibility to do manual focus. Not with stills and for sure not with recording video.
The only thing to help you focus on a certain object, that is not in the centre of the frame, is the focus lock. You have to point at the object you want to focus on, then press focus lock and than you can choose the composition you want to shoot. Focus lock occurs when you press the shutter release button half.
For video, the manual only says put the rail on the film camera and press the shutter release button once. The video will be stopped after 12 seconds. (or when you press the button again.
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My shutter release button on my Nikon P500 is not working. I press it half way and it will focus, but, when I press it full down it will not capture the picture. It started happening suddenly last week....


Try pressing the "Menu" button and disable "Active-D Lighting", also try setting the "Autofocus mode" to "Single". When the camera is off, press the shutter release and twist with the zoom know back and forth. Hopefully that fixes it! It worked for my P500 with the same problem.

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I have a Nikon D80. When I went to use it recently (having charged the batteries) - the shutter would not release every time. I can find no reason for it - it is an intermittant fault. Can you help?


The shutter will not release if the camera is unable to obtain focus. If the switches on both the camera body and the lens (if equipped) are set to auto focus, the camera will prevent the shutter from releasing. The most common cause of a focus problem is the lack of light. The "focus assist" light on the front of the camera will come on automatically for a moment in dark places to help the camera gather enough light to focus. If you haven't disabled the light in the menu, make sure it isn't obstructed.

You can override the whole auto focus issue by setting the switches on the camera / lens to "manual focus" instead. Of course, this means that you are shifting the responsibility of focusing from the camera to you. The camera will release the shutter every time in this situation.

If you still have problems, provide the mode you're running and the lens you're using & I'll try to help out some more. I hope this helps & good luck!

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It says shutter release disabled..... how did that happen


Having received no response in over a month, I assume this is no longer a problem.

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Press the down arrow until it disappears. That should disable the data view.

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i was quated £250 to replace a buckled shutter unit can this be done any cheaper

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