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My 6 month-old Nikon D90 has been acting-up for quite some time. I take ALL my pictures at LARGE size, as they may end up in competitions or exhibition. However, without warning,the size changes occasionally to SMALL or MEDIUM, often twice, or more, in the one day. I only discover this when I notice the number of frames left has doubled or more. I had the same problem with my previous camera, a D70, which I eventually gave away to a friend.

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Nikon have gone rubbish. Their 'support' people are very unlikely to respond, or be of any help, or care. My five month old D90 has gone wrong and they want to charge me more than the cost - I suspect - of its manufacture, to put it right.
You gave away your D70, I suggest you give away this one too, write it off to experience and get a new camera made by a company that cares.
For my part, I'm not going to throw away good money after bad.
They've made a dud and don't know how to put it right.
Really sorry, but you are not alone.

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