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Nikon D 80 with 18 130mm lens

My Camera seems like work ,beeb sounded only once ,than since does not any more . No matter how many times ,ways I do reset ?
Any one has idea ?
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  • misi Mar 09, 2008

    Hello Canada Bruce !

    Thanks ! I done that ,and also done Master Reset , it just do not beeb . Otherwise work ,and focusing very good .

    mis

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Under the "Custom Settings Menu."   You can turn the beep on and off."

Posted on Mar 09, 2008

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    Bruce Scott Mar 09, 2008

    To tell you the truth, Misi, I find the beep very annoying, and I have mine turned off all the time.   But, to each his or her own, right?





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