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Why all of the sudden would the Nikon D40 have serious noise issues?

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Do you have the ISO set too high?

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When I want to take a photo, the monitor is blank, rather than showing what I am pointing the camera at. Last time I used it, it was ok... what has gone wrong? Thanks


If the D40 monitor showed you the image while taking the picture, there was something seriously wrong with the camera, which now appears to have fixed itself.

The D40 works as SLRs have worked for half a century, giving you the image through the viewfinder. The LiveView capability, allowing you to use the LCD monitor like a point&shoot camera, is a relatively new development, which Nikon introduced with the D3 and D300 a year after the D40.

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My D40 Nikon lens


Having gone over a month without a response, I assume this is no longer an issue.

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My Nikon D40 is taking a long time to shot picture


you should have swithced the cam to timer mode....modify it...since you are unable to take pictures try to reset(initialize) your camera...that should help

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Some of my pics are grainy


lower the ISO settings to 200 or 400 specially if you are shooting in daylight.

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I have just turned on my Nikon D40 and tried to take a picture, there is a crackling noise and a flashing question mark showing,can anyone help! as this has not happened before.


Are you using a official Nikon battery? Is there any unusual damage or debris in the battery compartment? It sounds like a fairly severe fault considering the crackling noises. I'd send it to a service centre.

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Nikon d40 built in flash not firing but it popped up


there is a sensor in there that tells the camera the flash is up you need to take it to a repair shop its not a at home thing

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LCD display issues


According to Nikon, that was not possible. The D40 doesn't have 'Liveview' like the smaller compact cameras. You would always have to use the viewfinder for taking pictures. Even in the TV ads, everyone used the viewfinder as they took turns using the camera.

Here is a link to Nikon's web site: NikonUSA

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Autofocus


Take the camera back to the shop where you bought it. It's still under warranty, you should get a new one. It sounds defective.

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