Question about Cameras
This is due to a bad contact caused by improper "registration" of the lens and body contacts when the lens is mounted - there was a fraction "too much rotation" with the lens in question. If the lens electronics is faulty, mounting it on another (fully working) body ought to give the same result.
First thing to check is to see if your Fn button, the lower one on the right side of camera if your looking at the LCD, and make sure you dont have the HDR turned to anything other than 0. If that doesn't work then put the lens on and twist it, or rotate to make sure the contacts are lined up and its properly mounted.
If problem still persists, you need to contact Nikon to get it repaired. Many people are facing this issue on D 300 and D 80, still there is no update from Nikon.
Hope i helped you.
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Posted on Jul 02, 2009
You should go to the menu and go to capture opitions then ajust our focuse and shutter then you problem will be fixed.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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