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My nicon d60 takes longer than normal for the picture to take....like the shutter speed is too slow and the picture is over exposed . it does this on all settings

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Try to turn off the active d-lighting and noise reduction options at MENU

the EV should set as 0

if the problems persists, i think you should reset all the settings to default

Posted on Jan 03, 2011

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This is mainly due to the slow shutter speed selected by your CAM. in low light situations the cam chooses a slow shutter speed to expose the image adequately. Any shakes that may have caused during the shutter operation will cause the funny images.

use tripod or other kind of support to your camera while shootiing in low light (indoors) without flash.

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