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Nikon D90 Shutter botton not functioning - Nikon D90 Digital Camera with 18-105mm lens

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  • kakima Jul 03, 2010

    What exposure mode(s)? What autofocus mode(s)?

    What happens if you switch to Manual exposure mode and manual focus?

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Shutter botton is not clik y sir

Posted on Jul 11, 2010

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How many shutter actuations is nikon d90 good for


Average number of actuations after which shutter is still alive: 58,305
Average number of actuations after which shutter died: 68,708

May 03, 2014 | Nikon D90 Digital Camera with 18-200mm...

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Nikon D90: Won't focus properly in automatic mode


Make sure the subject is well lit. The autofocus relies on differences in contrast to determine proper focus. Move to a well lit area or add additional light and attempt again.

Make sure the aperture ring on the lens (if that lens has one on it) is set to minimum (highest number - f22 etc.) This value it often a different color ink than the others to help speed locating it. On most Nikon & compatible lenses, when the aperture is set to minimum, the camera's main & sub command (thumb and finger) dials will control the aperture and shutter speed. When the shutter is held down 1/2 way, the aperture will open fully (to allow the most light in and speed composition) and then automatically stop down to the commanded value when fully depressed for the exposure. If you have the aperture set on the lens to something different - it may be preventing sufficent light from entering and interfere with the autofocus function.

Good luck!

Apr 05, 2013 | Nikon D90 Digital Camera with 18-105mm...

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Shutter button is not functioning


send it to the camera repair center or buy the shutter button by yourself. it is not expensive
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Aug 20, 2011 | Nikon D90 Digital Camera with 18-105mm...

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My D90 sometimes has an err message and also a CHA in the the ISO mode. Also there is a green LED on the back of the camera that stays on. The only way to get all this cleared is a battery pull. When this...


CHA indicates a problem with the SD card. ERR indicates a camera malfunction. Try reformatting the card which may clear the problem or try a different card. The card may be creating the ERR message. On page 259 of the D-90 users manual, Nikon says this error can be cleared by releasing the shutter but the shutter will not release unless you turn the camera off and back on. Rarely, I have to remove the battery and reinstall it before the shutter will release. The camera will not function at all until the battery is reinstalled.


If you cannot resolve this problem using the above suggestions, I'd recommend that you contact Nikon technical support at www.nikon.com and see if they can help.

Sep 12, 2010 | Nikon D90 Digital Camera with 18-105mm...

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My Nikon D90 2 button reset won't work. Is there anyway to fix this, or a different way to reset aperture, shutter speed settings?


The 2-button reset won't affect your aperture and shutter speed settings. They are controlled by the two command dials, in association with the exposure mode setting.

Mar 08, 2010 | Nikon D90 Digital Camera with 18-105mm...

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Nikon d90, blinking "Error"


You "release the shutter" by pressing the shutter release button, often called the shutter button. That's the button you press to take a picture :-)

The camera may or may not return to normal after that. If it doesn't, remove the battery, then put it back in and turn the camera on again. Try removing and reattaching the lens (with the power off). If the problem persists, have a certified Nikon tech look at it.

Feb 18, 2010 | Nikon D90 Body Only Digital Camera

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I have selected the continuous high and low speed modes option but my Nikon D90 still only takes 1 photo at a time. Any ideas?


There is a memory card loaded and you are holding down the shutter release, right?

Do you have the delayed release mode turned on? What's your shutter speed? What're your AF settings?

Dec 16, 2009 | Nikon D90 Digital Camera with 18-105mm...

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SLR Camera : Nikon D90, dropped from 5ft and landed on Road


There is an almost certainty that your mirror and shutter is going to experience problems in the future. Any fall of that nature is SURE to jar the shutter and the mirror very badly. The shutter is probably damaged already. Go out in the bright sun and shoot on shutter priority at the highest shutter speed (I think the 90 is 4000 /s?) and see if the shutter makes a stuttering noise...Also go into your menu and set the mirror to "Lock up" (for cleaning purposes), if both of these things work ok, you should be ok for a while. But do not depend on the camera for anything really important such as weddings unless you have a backup camera...

Jul 06, 2009 | Nikon D90 Digital Camera with 18-105mm...

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Lense will not work with SLR Nikon D90


This lens is too old for the D90, it has not got the electronics for metering and autofocus.
You can use it manually in M mode but you will have to set the aperture and shutter yourself.
The D90 manual has a section on compatible lenses, page 228 in my version.
This recommends CPU lenses for the D90, type G and D.

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