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This can only be done in one of the PSAM modes. Press the MENU button and switch to one of the PSAM modes to display the shooting menu. Select "Optimize Image" and then select "Black-and-white."
Full details are in the "Shooting in Black-and-White" section of the manual (page 81 in my copy). If you need a manual, you can download one from the manufacturer's web site at http://support.nikontech.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/16765
Press the Auto button (camera icon). Press the MENU button to bring up the shooting menu. Select "Color Options" then select "Black-and-White".
Unless you're just snapshooting, I recommend shooting in color and then converting to black-and-white using photo-editing software on a computer. You get much better control over contrast, brightness, etc. than what the camera gives you.
With autofocus digital cameras, blurred photos are almost always a result of camera shake. You need to hold the camera still even after pressing the button, as there is often a short delay before the shutter fires.
Many digital cameras have a two-stage shutter press- first pressure causes the camera to focus, then the follow through pressure takes the picture. If you are rushing this, you may get unfocussed shots.
If you take lots of action pictures, you will have to work on a technique of partially pressing the shutter to get focus in anticipation of the shot (perhaps focussing on where the action will occur), then holding it part-pressed until the moment you want to capture. This is really no more of a problem than setting an anticipatory focus on a manual focussing film camera use to be. Some more complex digital cameras will allow you to turn off auto focus and focus manually.
Please check if the camera is on Manual exposure mode. If so, turn it to Auto and try again. Also check the White Balance setting of the camera. If the White Balance is manually set, reset it to Auto and check. I am not sure which camera model you are using, but if the model has a Dust Reduction function, the rattling sound could be because of that. If so, this is quite normal.
Just to the left of the [OK] button, there is a button with a symbol that sort of looks like a clock with one hand... that is the timer button. Press that -- you should see a timer symbol appear on your display. After you press the shutter button, the picture will be taken in about 10 seconds.
images are too bright ㆍExposure is excessive → Reset exposure compensation
● Adjusting LCD Brightness 1. In any mode with the exception of Voice Recording mode, press the MENU button. 2. Press the LEFT/ RIGHT button and select the [Setup] menu tab. 3. Select the [LCD] menu by pressing the UP/ DOWN button and press the RIGHT button. 4. Select a desired sub menu by pressing the UP/ DOWN button and press the OK button. [LCD] sub menu : Dark, Normal, Bright 5. Press the menu button twice and the menu will disappear.
Turn camera off. Try removing the fully charged batteries for 30 seconds, reinsert batteries and turn camera on. Hope this helps.
Go to the exif file for that photo. You can review the file info in camera using the jog button. It will tell you what the settings were when you snapped the shutter. You failed to mention if any pictures were consequently taken without errors.
YES YES YES YES YES YES YES there is a solution if that is the r3 thing. There is a menu button and the menu button has four arrows around it right??? Yeah, well, press the arrow pointing west to change the flash's power. And if that doesnt work just press the up button instead and that should bring you to a menu or something where you can change what kind of picture the camera will take. At least, thats what i think...