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I have a new nikon d5000. My problem was the first time i used my nikon d5000 i tried to shot an image then after shooting 15 times the camera stop shooting. I really don't know what is the reason why my camera stop shooting i tried pressing the button but i does'nt shoot.

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Http://help.nikon.ca/app/answers/detail/a_id/16488/related/1/session/L2F2LzEvc2lkL2lRQnRfbTlr/~/technical-service-advisory-for-users-of-the-nikon-d5000-digital-slr-camera

This link is the FAQ for Nikon d5000 owner/users. Look around on the website and you'll notice service advisories for your model camera. I'm not sure if your particular problem is covered by this advisory, but it's worth a look!

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