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Late display of picture in lcd in d90 camera what is the trouble in camera

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This may be due to a slow or faulty memory card. If the card is damaged, etc. the camera may be "hung up" trying to transfer the image from the buffer to the memory card. Only after this process is complete, can it attempt to display the image to you on the screen. After the images are on the card, and you want to display one or more, the whole process begins again with the camera trying to read the data from the card to be displayed on the screen.

Try again with a new / different card. Be sure to FORMAT the card in the D90 (not in a card reader / computer, etc.) prior to taking any photos.

If you still have problems, you may need to send the camera in to Nikon Service for repair.

Posted on Apr 16, 2014

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Unfortunately it sounds like you will need to send it in to the nearest Nikon Repair facility as it appears to be damaged.

Posted on Jan 21, 2010

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