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I have the same problem like you. I take 3 photos with my Nikon D80 and this message came out : ERR ... I have NO idea what should I do ? ! Please help me... Lucas

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How do I get a "full-screen" playback (video) on


To get a full-screen playback on your Nikon D90 you have to play a video. Then, if you see sort of highlights or histograms, press UP and DOWN on the multiselector until you get your fullscreen view. It is probably to see thumbnails or calendar. In this situation, press OK at the center of the multiselector and then press UP and DOWN until you get to fullscreen.

I hope this will hep!

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I have a Nikon D90 camera with a 180 - 300 lens that I use to shoot photos of my boys playing football. I have always had crystal clear shots from the stadium. Now that my boys are playing Varsity at...


Obviously, shooting the pics at night requires a longer exposure. If you haven't changed any settings from your daylight pics, then your camera is probably setting a slower shutter speed to compensate for less light in the stadium. You need to raise the ISO setting. You could get a faster lens, experiment with both aperture priority and shutter proiority, etc. But try the ISO first...that may do the trick.

Sep 18, 2010 | Nikon D90 Digital Camera with 18-105mm...

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Got my Nikon d90 for 3 months now,but encountering error problem with my Nikon D90 w/ 18 105 vr lens.sometimes when i'm ready to shot it appears on the Top LCD,error F--,..Pls. help guys...Thanks


This is a common problem with this camera/lens conbo. I "solved" it by removing the lens, then reinstalling it - but hold the lens release button down, and rotate the lens a nuber of times (in the camera body) before releasing the button. It appears that the issue is poor electrical contact between the lens and camera body. If there is a poor contact, the camera will not know if thereis a focus and will lock the shutter release. With this poos contact, the camera will only fucntion in manual mode

Hope that this helps

Aug 31, 2010 | Nikon D90 Digital Camera with 18-105mm...

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Night photography. Shutter speed is slow. Don't


this is normal cause of the flash charging and the adjusting it makes ..it has to delay at least 3 sec.

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Problem with new D90 and old Nikkor 18-200 VR lens


Try a diff lens on the D90 to see if its the body or the lens. Tony

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I am using D90 with programe Auto ISO 400, in clear day sun light my picture get very dark, but on same settings in door with auto flash I get very clear result why?


ISO400 is too high of a sensitivity to use in full day light. Set the ISO outdoors to ISO100 and learn how to use your exposure compensation. The meter in the camera is easily fooled in bright contrasty conditions, so if you are getting consistantly darker shots outdoors increase the exposure compensation a stop or two. Another way is to learn how to use the camera in manual mode and you find you will have better control over the exposure.

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Replacing lcd screen on Nikon D90


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Turn off focus assist beam on Nikon


Custom Setting Menu A, autofocus, setting A3 "Built-in AF-assist illuminator".

174 in my D90 manual.
"Choose whether the built-in AF-assist illuminator lights to assist the focus operation when lighting is poor"

Jul 06, 2009 | Nikon D90 Body Only Digital Camera

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