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Nikon D50 In my viewfinder I have a histogram showing; how do I make it go away?

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Press the down arrow on the navigation dial until it disappears. You may go through a couple of other on-screen indicators until you get back to where you want to be. The down arrow just scrolls through the various on-screen features (histogram, high light areas etc.).

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Press the up or down arrows on the multi-function selector button on the back of the camera to cycle through the various display functions until you get the one you want. The histogram display usually shows when you have unintentionally pressed one of the arrow buttons accidentally.

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When in playback mode, press the navigation dial up or down and you'll scroll through various information screens; highlight areas, histogram, exposure (exif) data etc.

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