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Im trying to figure out how to turn the lcd on for the nikon d60

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My D60 will take a picture and then there is a long delay before the image loads on the LCD screen. Any suggestions on how to fix?


Look for "Noise Reduction" and "Active D-Lighting". Turn those to off individually and you'll see which one makes the most difference. Turn both off and you'll be able to shoot like mad. See page 55 and 178 of D60 owners manual to turn on and off. TC

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How do you set the LCD screen to take pictures with a Nikon D60


The Nikon D-60 is not equipped with live-view, if that's what you mean.

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Nikon digital SLR LCD viewfinder


No. The D60's LCD is used for menus, shooting settings, and reviewing pictures after you take them. You have to use the viewfinder to compose your pictures. Nikon introduced the LiveView capability into their DSLRs with the D3 and the D300, introduced after the D60.

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Why my nikon d60 wont display any image when i take photos with it


The D60 operates as SLRs have operated for half a century, showing the image through an optical viewfinder. Only more recent dSLRs have the LiveView capability allowing you to use the LCD monitor for this. Currently the D5000 is the lowest-priced Nikon with this capability.

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I have a Nikon D60 camera. Switched it on today and there is no image in the LED display when I try to take a picture, the screen is black.


That's normal for the D60. It works the same way SLRs have worked for half a century: you view and compose through the optical viewfinder, then snap the picture. The D60 lacks the Live View feature of more recent dSLRs; the LCD (not LED) display on the back is for menus, settings, and reviewing pictures after you've taken them. It is not for composing and framing your pictures.

Apr 01, 2010 | Nikon D60 Digital Camera

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Turn on 'more' my Nikon D60, power fails. What to do?


CHECK ON NIKON WEB SITE
MAY HAVE A FAULTS PAGE ON IT.

GOOGLE..TURN ON NIKON D60 POWER FAILS

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Nikon D60 use of Display to take pictures rather than view finder


The Nikon D60 does not have "live view" capability, so you'll need to use the viewfinder to frame you shots. If you need "live view" capability, consider purchasing the D80 or D90 instead with offer the feature...

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I dropped my BRAND new Nikon D60 and the LCD Broke


in the box that you got it in there should be a Nikon Insurence this covers you for "1 Year" this may be covered but because its acudental then it may not be, but i would say try ringing nikon on:

UK: 0871 2001964
USA: (Unknow should be on website)

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Lcd problem!!!


The problem is the sensor thats right below the viewfinder. The sensor is made to turn the lcd off when you put your eye up to it . The sunlight is activating the sensor try shading it and it will be fine.

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