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Nikon d80 monitor not coming on when camera switched on ,play back feature monitor ok

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i think you should set it from custom setting menu menu
item no 06 image review on

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I have a Nikon D80 camera. I somehow, unintentionally turned on the preview screen that shows all of the info. I don't want any print on my screen, no highlight, no RGB, nothing but picture.


If you were seeing a preview on the LCD monitor on the back of the camera, then there was something seriously wrong with the camera. Nikon did not introduce the LiveView feature until later models.
If you're asking about review instead of preview and seeing graphs or lots of data, press up/down on the multiselector to cycle through different views of your pictures until you get to one you like.

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I have a nikon d80 for the the last couple of years the live view on the monitor has worked ok. ie when i switch on the camera the monitor shows what i am about to shoot. Tonoght this feature stopped...


Apparently there was something seriously wrong with your camera, which has now fixed itself. Nikon didn't put the LiveView feature into the their DSLRs until the D3 and the D300, which were released after the D80. The more recent D90 has this feature, but not the D80.

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How can i used the LCD monitor during taking pictures? as of present i am only using the viewfinder? pls help me set my cam...


The D80 does not have the LiveView feature to allow using the LCD monitor for taking the picture. Nikon introduced this feature with the D3 and D300, which came out well after the D80. You have to use the viewfinder.

Sorry if this wasn't the answer you wanted to see, but that's just the way this camera works.

Jan 08, 2011 | Nikon D80 Digital Camera

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Please this camara rate and detials madurai nikan shor room place tell me


Hi, The Rate: Commonly the users, rate Nikon D80 in 4 - 4.5 score out 5 scale
Product detail: Nikon D80 comes to replace Nikon D70s. Memory card : flash cards. The new Nikon D80 features 10.2 megapixel DX format CCD (1.5x FOV crop), 11-area AF system (new version of Multi-CAM 1000, similar to D200), Compact body (smaller, lighter than D70/D70s), improved user interface, and 2.5? 230,000 pixel TFT LCD with 170 degree viewing angle. This camera has a removable protective cover.
For complete detail of this product you can get from this web address: http://www.nikonusa.com/pdf/manuals/noprint/D80_noprint.pdf

Nov 30, 2010 | Nikon D80 Digital Camera with 18-135mm...

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D80 Monitor does not function as view finder.


To be able to do what you want, your camera would have to have a feature called "live view"....yours does not.

Jul 21, 2010 | Nikon D80 Digital Camera with 18-135mm...

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For the best under $1000, that would be the D90.

The 18-105VR will work on the D70s.

May 07, 2010 | Nikon D80 Digital Camera with 18-135mm...

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Nikon D40 Monitor blank when shooting picture. Viewfinder OK


while using slr cameras u always see in the viewfinder bcuz slr is a single lence refleime u can see the picture after shoot by clicking on play back option this is a feature of an slr camera

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Can't turn off/disable optimize image screen- nikon d80


Ok, all you need to do is:

1.Hold the camera normally like you would take a picture.

2.Turn it on and review a picture.

3. While looking at a picture, take your index (pointer) finger and rotate the front "wheel" right under the shutter release button. This switches the viewing mode, and should solve your problem.


Jan 12, 2009 | Nikon D80 Digital Camera with 18-135mm...

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The Monitor on my Nikon D80 does not show any image when I try to take a picture - The viewfinder is ok and the camera takes a picture ok and displays it for about 4 seconds on the monitor after taking it....


You can switch it off so as not to show the picture after you take one.

You cannot use the monitor to show images as you're taking them. The D80 does not have a Live View capability.

Sep 19, 2008 | Nikon Cameras

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Yup! Welcome to the world of digital SLR cameras. Because of the mirror mechanism used, you can only compose through the viewfinder, unless you want to spring for the D300 or D3, which (to the extent of my knowledge) are the only Nikon DSLR cameras with Live View (the feature where you see what the lens sees on the monitor).
Don't be too quick to get rid of that camera! It's great!

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