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I have the nikon d100 and I am getting a blank screen when I take a picture the flash is on 1/1 and the f-stop is on 2.8 and still a black screen

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  • Larz May 11, 2010

    What about when you go and review the photos later?
    It could be you have the preview off.

    Have you tried taking photos and viewing them on the computer?

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You're probably letting to much light in. Thus it causes the picture to be totally white. The same thing happens if you don't let in enough, it turns completely black. Try adjusting your shutter speed to something quicker.

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