Question about Nikon D80 Digital Camera with 18-135mm Lens
There is a green vertical line that is forming on my pictures. Can you give me some help to prevent this
Hi b_a_johnson1, Is this on all photos in the same location and using different lens? If so there are two possible explanations, one is the sensor needs cleaning, the other is the sensor is going out on you. First try cleaning your sensor, not difficult though you need the proper devices. Do not use alcohol and a Q-tip! If it is the sensor going out it must be replaced. First do a reset on the camera, page 36 of the manual. Open the left side rubber terminal cover, just below the USB port is a small button. If that does not work call Nikon at 800-645-6689,
Posted on Aug 25, 2010
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