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I want to take pictures at a basketball game with my nikon d60 the flourescent lights im sure will make it difficult i shoot in automaticwhat do i need to make adjustment s

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Automatic colour balance will cope.

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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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Basketball game pictures are blurry


basketball game is a fast moving object which is hard to take the picture perfectly sometimes

always using a flash, or external flash for more lighting support, set the shutter at about 1/80 or faster, ISO setting is 400 to avoid darker result, the Aperture should be set at the biggest number such as f 1,4

hope this advice help you

Dec 20, 2010 | Nikon D60 Digital Camera

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Nikon d60 does not allow me to view image whilst taking a picture


The D60 does not have a Live View capability. The monitor is used for shooting info, menus, and image reviews. It cannot be used to display the image while shooting. You must use the viewfinder for that, unless you connect the camera to a computer using the Camera Control Pro software from Nikon.

Jan 03, 2010 | Nikon Cameras

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Light facial detail in my Nikon D60


Are you using the flash? If so, dial in some negative flash exposure compensation. Otherwise simply dial in some negative exposure compensation.

However, you will have to leave behind the Auto and the other point&shoot modes.

Dec 28, 2009 | Nikon D60 Digital Camera

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I have a nikon d60 and my basketball pictures are blurred. I am using the 55-200 mm kit lens and am wondering if I need a faster lens. What do you recommend?


Turn on the sport program or manually use faster than 1/250s exposure. Your 55-200 lense has the f-value of 4-5.6 which is quite enough for the indoors photograhy. Better to use a flash though if you're gonna take some less blurred pictures of the hectic actions of the game.

Dec 02, 2009 | Nikon D60 Digital Camera with 18-55mm +...

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What settings should I use for my Nikon d60 with a 70-300mm lens to take picures of a night time football game? When the sun goes down, my camera slows and the pictures get blurry.


Set the ISO as high as it will go and the aperture as low as possible. That is as good as it gets without investing a lot of money in pro cameras and lenses that are needed to shoot action in low light. I have a D300 and a 70-200mm f2.8 lens that together cost almost $4000 and it can barely do it. How bad do you want pictures?

Oct 16, 2009 | Nikon D60 Digital Camera

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Blue photos on Nikon D60.


Check your white balance or wb button.

May 04, 2009 | Nikon D60 Digital Camera

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My nikon d60 is starting to take forever to show the picture after taking the photo, and now all the sudden is shows a black box with shooting details on it, i can't get that off!


In your manual you will find how to change the display format (picture only, histogram, etc.). The time it's taking to display your image "might" be that your memory card is getting quite full and you're shooting large images. I shoot a D80 and it uses an SD card. Make sure you but a fast memory card if your camera does not buffer the inage before writing it to your memory card.

Apr 23, 2009 | Nikon D60 Digital Camera with 18-55mm lens

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Continuous shooting


hey man. Im not sure how new you are but basically i think your problem is you need to decrease the shutter speed to around 1/200-1/250 of a second and increase the apeture to around f10/12 and see if that works. If your operating at a high shutter speed on manual mode then you might not be letting enough light in to produce a clear image which is why your gettin a blank screen. Hope this helps :)

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