Question about Nikon D80 Digital Camera with 18-135mm Lens
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: d80 shutter issue
Your shutter will stick if it gets dirty or dust gets in the camera, a reputable camera shop can inspect the shutter, the sensor for dust & dirt and can clean it for you. If the battery is low while shooting the shutter can also stick on longer exposures.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
It seems that there is some dust particle on the sensor. Try cleaning the sensor as per the instructions in the manual and then check. In case the spot still appears, then the CMOS sensor might be damaged / burned out and you will need to replace it.
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
SOURCE: Nikon D80 won't take photos!
The F-- error means that the camera does not think that you have a later AF type lens attached.
If you are using the 18-135mm then the camera is not properly connecting to the lens.
To test this, press the lens release button on the camera and slightly turn the lens as if you are going to release it then turn it back to lock.
This may fix the problem.
If not you can try remounting the lens a few times and if that doesn't work you could clean the lens contacts.
The contacts are the metal studs on the back end of the lens, the bit that goes into the camera.
Sorry if that is too obvious.
If you have an early lens it must be set to the smallest aperture using the ring around the lens.
This will be 22 or 32.
Then lock it using the little lock near the ring.
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
Try adjusting the viewfinder diopter. There's a little dial just to the right of the viewfinder. Turn it while looking through the viewfinder. You want to be looking at an unfocused view or a blank wall. Turn the dial until the focus brackets are sharp. Make sure you do this with your shooting eye.
Posted on Nov 16, 2010
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