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My nikon d60 was dropped by my sister and now the built in flash isn't working, what should I do?

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SOURCE: nikon d40 built in flash not firing but it popped up

there is a sensor in there that tells the camera the flash is up you need to take it to a repair shop its not a at home thing

Posted on Mar 20, 2009

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SOURCE: Nikon D60 highlight

When you have the flashing highlight areas, press the down arrow on the command dial and it will scroll through various playback screen options until you get to the screen you prefer to view.

Posted on May 30, 2009

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SOURCE: Flash on Nikon D60 does not work

Hello. When i first bought a D60, it was working perfectly outdoors at day and would work without a hitch with external flash. However, the internal flash would never get released. No menu option would be of any use, only symptoms were flashing 'flash' and 'question mark' symbols in the finder. NIKON service fixed it - There was nothing wrong with the camera electronics. The little flash release mechanism somehow acted up and NIKON staff fixed it in +- 5 minutes. I do hope you have yours in full working condition by now.

Posted on Jun 04, 2009

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SOURCE: My Nikon D60 internal flash does not working. what

send the camera in under warenty make a recipt using quick books pro and send it in
they will fix if for the cost of shifing if within the first 60 days of recipt

Posted on Aug 03, 2009

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SOURCE: Nikon D60 is taking very dark pictures!!

elis - did you ever solve this problem? the same thing is happening with my d60 and i don't know what to do!

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Could the Sakar Dedicated Ittl Flash work For Nikon D60


Probable will not work on the Nikon's hot shoe because the contacts on the Sakar flash gun won't match the contacts on the Nikon's hot shoe.
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I dropped my nikon d 60 and my shutter (flash) doesn't work n my lens is loose how much will it cost to get fixed


I would call Nikon's service department at 1-800-NIKON-US (1-800-645-6687). They are open 9AM-8PM EST, Monday to Friday.

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I dropped my camera now the flash is broken,


yes of course, there are a lot of brands that compatible with Nikon D-60 e.g Nikon itself, Metz, Vivitar, Nissin, Yong Nuo, etc.

The flash with iTTL support would be an advantage

iTTL is the feature Nikon has to measure the perfect light produced from the flash from the condition of the object

hope this advice help you with your problem

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I dropped my camera now the flash is broken,


Sure. Nikon makes a line of what they call Speedlights. The SB-400, SB-600, SB-800, and SB-900 will give you full capabilities. Older models will give you somewhat less capabilities.

Third-party vendors also make flash units compatible with the D60.

External flash units tend to be more powerful than built-in flashes, which makes sense considering their size and additional batteries. They also move the light source further from the lens axis, reducing red-eye, improving shadows, etc. They also may allow bounce flash, which further softens the light.

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Flash on Nikon D60 does not work


Hello. When i first bought a D60, it was working perfectly outdoors at day and would work without a hitch with external flash. However, the internal flash would never get released. No menu option would be of any use, only symptoms were flashing 'flash' and 'question mark' symbols in the finder. NIKON service fixed it - There was nothing wrong with the camera electronics. The little flash release mechanism somehow acted up and NIKON staff fixed it in +- 5 minutes. I do hope you have yours in full working condition by now.

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To use it with your D60, just use your built in flash to fire off the slave flash...

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Nikon d60 flash coupler


If the camera has a flash shoe, you can get adabtors that go from the shoe to a cord and or connector. Check at a professional photo supply shop for details.

If there is no flash shoe, you can try using a flash with an optical slave to work with the camera's built in flash. But, this process has limitations, is expensive to do at high quality and reliability, and is not always the best way to go. Optical flash shoes can miss at times, and are subjected to reflection problems.


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