Im not able to use my camera as it constantly keeps telling me to remove the shutter evethough the shutter is not on it. the sony ppl say there is a liquid problem in my phone which is not covered in the warranty period n i will have to pay extr Is there another way to fix it as my phone is not even a year old. it wud be great if u cud help thanx
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Most cameras of this age work this way as standard, press the shutter button half way to activate the light meter. I dont have a K2 but in the K1000 and KX the meter doesn't stay on when you take pressure off the shutter button. Its probably not broken.
As long as the orange light is on, the camera is not ready to make a picture. The focus area, should become green, to tell you the camera is in focus. Then you can press the shutter release button complete. Check the settings of the camera, and put it in automatic. When you put it in one of the manual modes pipe P M S or A, the camera will not take a picture when there is not enough lift or something else you did not take in account.
If the camera keeps this way, unless you switched to auto, it could be there is something going on. but let me know it auto des not work.
I have the same camera, but never had this problem. I think there's something wrong with the shutter mirror or worst, the sensor. Did the viewfinder blacked out when you press the shutter? I think you need to bring it to Nikon repair shop....
Try to keep the Flash setting on ISO-setting of 100 constant and adjust your aperture setting on the flash..Do not try to sync with the camera settings..it will normally work...for example.if your camera setting is as this: ISO-400, shutter speed is 125 and aperture is F8, then keep the flash setting as i mentioned above.this setting in an evening environment in a hotel or party event. this may help...
preliminary reviews of various forums indicate that this is a shutter-lock issue, requiring the whole shutter assembly to be replaced.
I just sent mine in for repairs for the same issue, but they haven't diagnosed it yet.
It seems that the going rate is around 200$ for a replacement assembly, though some have claimed it has costed as much as $350.
If you take the lens off, pop the battery in, you'll notice the shutter isn't actuating, only the mirror is flipping up and down.
if it has changed it's possible you changed the mode to where it takes longer to focus.
for one, this camera has a "constant focus" function that will continuously monitor distance to target and keep the camera in focus, for fastest focusing, switch to this mode. also, are you pre-focusing your images?
Many novices don't know that you are supposed to 'prime' the camera by lightly pressing down the shutter and then when it lights green on the LED light and on the screen, you depress the shutter fully to take the picture. I experience fast picutures this way and I prefer not to even use constant-focus mode. give that a try.
if you don't 'prime' it, the camera basically doesnt know its about to take a picture, so when you hit the button it has to effectively say "OH CRAP picture time!", focus itself, and then snap the pic.
I have the same problem. Its actually because the On/Off button got pushed in somehow and its stuck. At this time right now, im not sure how to make it unstuck, but sometimes it will stay on. But when you push on, since its being held down, its stuck that way and immediately turns off because its still being held down constantly. Maybe try using a thing needle to try and push it out?