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D100 problem when looking through the eyepiece total darkness but photo turns out

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It sounds like the mirror is locked up. Have you removed the lens to check?

Posted on Jul 27, 2008

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While looking through my viewfinder lately, every so often after I take a picture, it stays very dark. Yesterday it stayed that way and wouldn't take any pics. I tried switching lenses but the...


Remove the lens and fire a shot...look at the mirror....does it return? If not, the viewfinder will remain dark. If it's stuck in the up position, you'll need to find the cause but be careful...do not touch the surface of the mirror.

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First thing to check is the shutter control or maybe what speed your shutter is on. Check your settings and you'll probably find something is switched to the wrong setting. Try switching everything to Auto, including anything menu operated your manual should explain how to get to your on-screen menu. Try that and if no good, post back and we can take it from there.
With cameras getting more compact and buttons getting closer together and smaller it's very easy to knock a switch the wrong way without realising it.

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Have you accidentally turned off "review"? You can also go to "reset" in the menu and try that.

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Ellen,
When shooting with the D100 do you have the dial on top of camera set to 'Auto'? If so, then most likely you have some how adjusted to the exposure compensation, so your photos are underexposing.
To reset your camera to the factory default settings:
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You need a new shutter box.
It may be worth cleaning the contacts on both camera and lens.
Clean the contacts in the lens mount using a fiberglass "pencil" designed specifically for cleaning contacts. These are available at just about any photo supply store/firm.

send it to nikon. seem like a common problem

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Your camera is a reflex camera, it means what the lens you see If the displays are black it means that there's a block inside the lens, probably the inner mirrors are stuck. Try resetting the camera. Save the photos on the memory disk, disconnect whatever can be disconnect, get out the batteries, and let the camera rest for a day or two If the problem haven?t been solved and you don?t have the knowledge how to open the camera take it to fix, hope the insurance is still good. Good luck

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