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When I turn on my d90 all I can see is the ISO setting...help

I was viewing the images I shot today and all of a sudden the camera wen to the ISO setting and now that's all I can see on the viewing screen

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Restart you unit. it probably hanged.. . if the unit wont let you restart your cam, then pull off the battery and put it back after couple of seconds

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Before you junk it, double check to make sure steady shot wasn't turned off. Also see if raising the ISO settings and increasing the aperture size fixes the motion blur (this will make image noise and depth of view blur increase though). Lastly Try resetting the camera to factory settings as a last resort.

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I have a Nikon D90 camera with a 180 - 300 lens that I use to shoot photos of my boys playing football. I have always had crystal clear shots from the stadium. Now that my boys are playing Varsity at...


Obviously, shooting the pics at night requires a longer exposure. If you haven't changed any settings from your daylight pics, then your camera is probably setting a slower shutter speed to compensate for less light in the stadium. You need to raise the ISO setting. You could get a faster lens, experiment with both aperture priority and shutter proiority, etc. But try the ISO first...that may do the trick.

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My nikon d90 18-105 won't shoot! cannot see live


if you are new to DSLR. set the menu setting default.
however there is lv button to see in live mode.

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The r in the display is not an error. The number after the r simply tells you how many more shots the buffer can hold before it fills up.

If you're set for AF-S, the shutter will not release until focus is achieved. You can switch to AF-C or else focus manually.

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I am using D90 with programe Auto ISO 400, in clear day sun light my picture get very dark, but on same settings in door with auto flash I get very clear result why?


ISO400 is too high of a sensitivity to use in full day light. Set the ISO outdoors to ISO100 and learn how to use your exposure compensation. The meter in the camera is easily fooled in bright contrasty conditions, so if you are getting consistantly darker shots outdoors increase the exposure compensation a stop or two. Another way is to learn how to use the camera in manual mode and you find you will have better control over the exposure.

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LCD on - view image prior to taking photo


The feature you are referring to is called "Live View mode".

This is NOT available on the Nikon D80, and was only introduced on the D90, which is available now.

Live View mode allows you to use the LCD screen as your view finder instead of using the eyepiece, but unfortunately, this feature is not available in your model.

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