Question about Nikon Cameras
At ISO400 pictures should not be grainy. My D300 produces very nice pictures at those settings. I'd check your other settings on the camera. Check the settings on the program you are using to view these images.
Maybe "reset" the camera to it's original factory settings. Just turn on the camera, go into the menu and locate reset. This solves lots of problems. J.
Posted on Jul 08, 2010
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