Question about Nikon D60 Digital Camera
I put a picture on my view finder as a background and now can not see what I'm taking a picture of in my viewfinder. Cannot figure out how to get the viewfinder back.
Posted by Anonymous on
What you're describing is a feature called "live view" (or more accurately "live preview"). It enables the user to treat the LCD like a viewfinder to compose shots just like on any digital compact camera.
Although many newer digital SLR's now have live view, the D60 does not so you cannot achieve what you want. All that the LCD is for is to view photos already taken and to provide camera menus and information in all other modes. Composing the images before pressing the shutter is done solely via the optical viewfinder.
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