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ISO err won't take photos. Chargable Battery good. Settings at factory default, and we shoot auto only Internal battery?

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ISO Error is a media error, not related to the battery. It means that either the built in memory or media card is corrupted.

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Sounds like you are set in ISO AUTO. This will change your ISO when you are in light that is low enough to give underexposure. In most of the shooting modes, the D100 will change shutter and/or aperature to prevent underexposure, but if it can't avoid the underexposure, it will change the ISO to correct the underexposure.

It also sounds like you have a low light shooting situation. The blur you see is likely from the long exposure, which is pretty hard to hand hold. Noise in the picture would be from the high ISO, but if it's a noise problem you probably don't have blur.

Avoiding the blur is best done with a tripod or a shutter speed of at most 1/60. If you can't get a good exposure at 1/60 or faster, then try the tripod. If you can't use a tripod, then let the ISO (in auto) go up to 1600 and then remove the noise with photoshop or another photo editor. You'll have to play around with the noise reduction settings to get one that works for you.

The key to low light photos is to make sure you get an exposure that isn't blurred, even if you have to use a high ISO. It's easy to remove the noise in software, but blurry photos can't be fixed.

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i think the exposure settings have changed and set to hi if you can get the exposure setting to normal [+/-] to 0 or the shutter has been set to low or the iso has been set to low

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2. change the mode setting to auto, and see if the flash pops up and takes a pix - then if the pix is good, the camera is still working

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  • Press the down button under the 'OK' until 'Clear Settings' is highlighted, then press the 'OK' button.

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