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Out of nowhere my Nikon is being crazy! Even when it's set on Auto, all the the pictures are majorly overexposed....

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Do you have the ISO set too high?

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My nikon is takeing extremely bright photos. I have to change the settings ever time I want to photograph something. I have no clue what is wrong, but I need it fixed.


Do you have it in aperture or shutter priority modes? If so, do you also have exposure compensation set to overexpose? If you have it in manual mode, then you will, of course, have to make the adjustments each time.

If you have it in auto mode, it should be correcting the exposure for you, unless you have manually set the ISO to some very high level. Another potential issue would be that you have selected spot metering and you are metering on a very dark area, hence the camera is overexposing to make up for that.

I'd recommend setting the camera to auto-ISO and auto exposure and see how it works. If that checks out, then you can correct any settings in other modes.

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yes ...change the environmental mode...and set it to normal..cause it may be on night vision or something like that ..or ..choose it by the need of the moment ..day light ...inside..outside..etc

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Two things to check...ISO (should be auto ISO or a setting between 100-400) and Exposure Compensation (should be set to "0")

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either try puttin iso in auto mode or put it below 1000 if u r in day lite and adjust ur exolrsure setting which will even help u not getting over exposed

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When I try to view my pictures on the LCD screen, the white area of the picture flashes. Last week on vacation, it would intermitenly stop taking pictures. I would have to set the lens and camera to...


Hello,

If this is the same as my Nikon this is the overexposed highlight display option.
This shows areas of the photograph that are overexposed slightly.

On my Nikon I use the up and down arrows on the back to cycle the LCD display options.
Stop when you get a display that does not flash.

As for the focus problem check if you have set the front control to AF not M, also check if the lens is set to A not M.

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No more flash?


I have done a lot of photography, some professionally, and am old enough to have used film cameras longer than I have used digital :>)

My immediate thought is what ASA speed do you have the camera set to? If it is something like 3,200 ASA, rather than 200 ASA which your film may well be, everything is going to show overexposed in normal light. Perhaps 3,200 ASA is an exaggeration, and in the reviews below, the ASA specifications of the camera as regards metering are not mentioned. Guessing it will be in Mode - Settings?

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Have you checked that the exposure compensation isn't set to anything other than zero?

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Overexposed picture


My guess is the the EV setting is on the + side and not neutral (0). Either that or Image Adjustment setting is wrong. Check EV by pressing the +/- button (right side near On/Off switch). Hold EV selector and make sure 0.0 is in the display. Let me know if that is not the problem and I'll assist you further.

I hope this helps!
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CharlieJ

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