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Nikon d40 my nikon d40 displays the following: error: turn off then back on

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Try removing the battery and reinstalling it. Also try reformatting the memory card.

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I have an error massage in my nikon d40 lcd screen "error press shutter button again" how can i get rid of it?


Press shutter button again. If the error doesn't go away, take the camera to the authorized dealer repair shop.

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with the histogram visible on the screen, simply press the "down" arrow on the navigation dial. This will scroll through several on-screen options, until you get back to the playback screen you want

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Nikon D40 Turn camera on, and it used to display the photo I was ready to shoot. Had this feature for a few weeks, now I only get the menu and a black screen How can I get that display back?


If you were seeing the image before you shoot, there was definitely something wrong with your camera.

The D40 does not have a Live View feature. The display is for menus, shooting information, and image review. Not preview.

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The only thing you can do is send it to Nikon for repair.

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try pressing the 2 green buttons to reset the unit . if you get lucky and it turns on, immediately follow the steps to update your firmware on this website http://ampin.wordpress.com/2007/03/02/nikon-d40-firmware-upgrade/ , otherwise you will need to take the camera to an authorized repair center . :)

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Try pressing the "info" button on the top of the camera next to the shutter button. This turns the LCD off and on to save battery life.

Jul 08, 2008 | Nikon D40 Digital Camera with G-II 18-55mm...

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Faulty nikon d40


That may be the best advice :
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Jun 21, 2008 | Nikon D40 Digital Camera with G-II 18-55mm...

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Faulty nikon d40


I had the same error message, the camera is less then a year old, however, I was taking up to 800 pictires every weekend of my kids soccer games, then a 6 month trip to the Pursian Gulf, that is when it started, I got back home, took it right in, and one year later after a few visits and calls trying to find out where my camera was, I finally got an answer back, they said I needed a new shutter which will cost $300, They said I should just by a new body for $400. What Nikon does is set that error message to pop up at about 35000 shutter releases, and you can't do a thing about it, once they hooked my camera up to thier system the said I had over 36000 shutter releases, where the average person takes 10000 a year and they want you to replace the body every 3 years....so before buying any camera, always check out how many shutter releases you can get when you buy a camera

Rob Smith
Victoria, BC

Nov 01, 2007 | Nikon D40x Digital Camera

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