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Nikon d90 only taking 1/2 a picture. looks like shutter baldes (?) are binding

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This may be the shutter but it's more likely a common issue where the secondary mirror does not fully lift and leaves a shadow on the sensor.

Either way, whether it's the mirror or the shutter, you cannot repair these faults. Your camera should still be under Nikon's warranty, so you should send it to them for a free repair. Note that any unauthorised attempt to fix these issues invalidates the warranty.

Sorry there's no quick fix for you, but I hope that my reply has still been informative and useful. Please take a moment to rate my answer.

Posted on Oct 01, 2010

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