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Nikon D100 shutter freezes up after taking about 5-10 pictures in a row, same lighting same postion some pictures end up out of focus?

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  • cheeka2161 May 10, 2010

    I shoot in JPEG-FINE format mostly. Bought the camera brand new. I had this problem with the camera after shooting 200 pictures total on the camera. I had the shutter assembly replaced about 5 months ago due to problems. Since the shutter assembly was replaced I have only shot 479 pictures.

    Battery is fully charged and card formated through camera and through computer didn't make a difference. Have replaced card and battery.

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Are you shooting in raw format? and in hi resolution or low resolution ? If you are shooting in RAW then the buffer of the d100 is full and it needs to empty its buffer before you can shoot anymore pictures

Posted on May 08, 2010

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Wow, that's a long lens! It it a Nikon 500mm?

I use the full manual mode on my D70 sometimes, and I think the operation will be very similar. Spin the mode dial to M, first.

Now half-press the shutter and you should get metering at the bottom of the viewfinder. The meter will tell you if your current settings are over or underexposing. You can use the front control wheel to set the shutter time, and the back (thumb) control wheel to set the aperture.

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You're going to want a sturdy tripod or some very bright light with a lens that long!

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THE D100 REFUSED TO SHOOT THE PAINTING IN THE INSERTED IMAGE. CAMERA IN ALL OTHER RESPECTS WORKING FINE. TRIED ALL MODES.


When you say you tried full manual, I just wanted to check that you also switched to manual focus? The D100 has a switch on the right side of the lens, says M, S, C, for manual, single, or continuous focus? You need that in M with a painting like that, or to should truly diffuse subjects like clouds or fog.

The reason it works fine with only part of the painting in frame is that the camera can then identify and focus on the edge of the painting. It could also focus on any painting with linear or sharp detail. Autofocus is rather clever, but not clever enough!

If you had indeed set manual focus, then I admit I'm stumped. Full manual mode with manual focus never refuses to trigger the shutter on my D70; although it does often take pictures I don't understand at first. :) Good luck -- let us know what you find out, please!

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