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I am kinda new to this whole Camera business, but i just bought an Nikon D3000, and how do i get it to the screen to show the picture as I am taking it?

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Gee, I hope you're not one of those people who never read the manuals. You need to look up "live view" in yours.

Posted on Mar 31, 2011

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you could read it on p.107 - p.114 at your Nikon D3000`s user manual books
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