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E button for effects

Hi, i just bought this camera second hand. It says in the manual that if u press the E button you can do different effects but when i press it the only option i get is to change the colour. is there no other options like special effects etc?

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Yes there is, when you view a picture, then press the E button and alot of fun things will come up!

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http://services.yesmembers.net/yes/content/D80_en.pdf

Unlikely but possible, depends what you mean by grainy, check the sensor hasnt a fine coating of dust, not on a nikon but I had a kind of grainy effect after photographing in a print works where they used a very fine dust, I foolishly changed lenses and was left with a fine dust coating on the sensor which gave a speckled/grainy effect...

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