Question about Nikon D300 Body Only Digital Camera
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the ony way is to get the CCD replaced with a new one. Contact NIKON for free replacement as this comes under manufacturing defect.
Posted on Aug 20, 2006
From your description it would seem that the shutter component in your lens has failed. Although it is a little strange because the two symptoms you describe are not usually seen at the same time. The fuzzy pictures with streaks on them is a result of a shutter that doesn't close properly, the black screen with just the camera system text on it is a symptom of a shutter that is not opening properly. As for what caused the problem - possibly corrosion or contamination. Was the camera exposed to excessive humidity in the time it was unused? The shutter components are extremely delicate and can easily become stuck or sticky. This is what I believe has happened to your camera. It may not have failed completely but it may be sticking open or closed such that it is not performing its intended function. This will require full disassembly by a professional. David Millier Advance Camera Repair
Posted on Feb 24, 2007
SOURCE: dark monitor
Since the D40X is an SLR, (single lens reflex), it is not possible to use the LCD monitor to frame your pictures before they are taken.
To view what your images look like after you have taken them, you need to use the 'monitor/play' button marked with a rectangular box
Posted on Feb 01, 2008
SOURCE: D300 control panel
No, it is not a malfunction, and it is perfectly normal. It is just a heads-up-display of how many pictures you have left. THere might be a way to turn it off, so consult the user manual, or go to this link.
Posted on Feb 23, 2008
SOURCE: exposure/shutter release
its the memory buffer. the booklet says that the "r" means remaining. i think the blinking is just the camera saving the pics to the memory card. i think the memory buffer is full and you have to wait for it to finish saving. if you want to be able to take more continuous pics i think you can turn down the quality and it will take more. hope this helps
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
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