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Camera my display wont i cant se the shot im taking help

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You have to use the viewfinder. The D40 doesn't have'Liveview' like the smaller compact cameras. You would always have touse the viewfinder for taking pictures. Even in the TV ads, everyoneused the viewfinder as they took turns using the camera.

here is a link to help explain that further: Image resources

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