Question about Nikon D80 Digital Camera with 18-135mm Lens
Firstly check the ISO setting isnt up high, this will introduce more noise than a lower setting.
A reset may help press and hold the +/- and AF buttons for more than 2 seconds (page 44 of the manual)
else there is a full reset button just below the USB port (page 129 of the manual)
you can download the manual from ftp://ftp.nikon-euro.com/Manuals/ppY_QFonPh/D80-En_05.pdf or
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...
best of luck
Posted on May 26, 2008
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