Question about Nikon SLR D80 Digital SLR Camera Digital Camera
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Posted on Oct 25, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Nikon D80 auto focus
I had the same problem but then I realized the lens was not "in" all the way. It had not clicked into place when I changed lenses. This might work for you....it did for me.
Posted on Jun 05, 2008
SOURCE: Nikon D80 auto focus
Just like ladylaine, above, I had this same problem suddenly today. After fiddling with all the settings and just about assuming I'd have to send it in for service, I found this page, read her suggestion, and turned my lens all the way counterclockwise. Sure enough, a tiny click and now it's working fine. It just had become slightly unseated somehow.
Posted on Sep 11, 2008
SOURCE: Nikon D80
1. The problem with 18-135 lens is because it make from plastic. Main problem from plastic is it can be reshaped after a few usage. When the shape ran out, the contact point will be defective. When the contact point didnt really touched, the processor cant send signal to lens to do autofocus (the lens focus using the lens motor, not the body). When u set to manual focus, the body doesnt need to instruct the lens to focus.
2. You are focusing something that is to near than the focal point.
1.Try cleaning the contact point on the lens. Then mount it back until the F showing up (F= aperture). This solution depend on your luck too. if the gap between to contact is so far, then it might happen back. Usually when u need it badly. haha
2. try to get more distance from your subject. Just keep press the shutter until the camera focus.
1.But new lens with metal mounting. It will last and durable.
2.Buy macro lens to close up. normal lens wont focus at short focal point!!~
Posted on Nov 04, 2008
SOURCE: D80 SLR lens /flash prob lem
What are your other lenses? If they're not AF lenses, you're not going to get autofocus or metering.
Is your flash not working when popped up? Remember that the flash won't pop up automatically in Manual mode.
Posted on Dec 27, 2009
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