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Nikon D80. Have a pic captured on memory card. Using magnifying glass button I have blown up and focused in on only the center portion of the pic. How do I save this "blown up" portion only w/o reverting back to full image?

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I took the pic off the camera and onto a photo editor software package.

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Upgrade firmware for Nikon D80


Confirming the firmware version:
  1. Turn on the D80
  2. Press the MENU button and select Firmware Version from the setup menu. The camera's firmware version will be displayed.
  3. Turn off the D80
Basic Upgrade instructions: for detailed instructions, see pdf files below.
  1. Download and expand the firmware files
  2. Format an approved SD (Secure Digital) memory card in the camera
  3. Connect Camera to computer (in MSC USB mode) or use a SD Card Reader
  4. Copy to the top level of the card the downloaded "A firmware" file
  5. Disconnect camera from computer
  6. Update the firmware from the "Setup" menu
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  8. Repeat steps 2 through 7 using the "B Firmware"
  9. Re-format Card
D80 1 11 firmware upgrade Nikon Knowledgebase

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Nikon d80 problem (err flashing with r09 in the lcd display)


I belive this isn't a fault but more to do with how you are using the camera. The r09 message is to do with the camera buffer and how many more pictures it can hold. You do have a memory card installed, right? The r09 is normally not an error, but simply an indicator of how many more pictures you can take in the current burst before the buffer fills. The number will vary according to the image quality and size settings.

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While my Nikon D80 is Error 09, can I update the firmware?


Have you e-mailed or called the techs at Nikon with your problem?

Jan 06, 2010 | Nikon D80 Digital Camera with 18-135mm...

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Nikon D80 Error Massege and some setting doesn't work


This link may be of service.
http://www.flickr.com/groups/d80/discuss/72157622686985897/
From a glance, it looks like the message is trying to tell you that you are shooting and storing the images on the internal buffer, not on a memory card. I'd removed and re-set your CF/SD card and maybe even try another card if possible.
A last resort may be to attach the camera to a computer and see if the images will be stored on the computer when you shoot. I used to do this with a D100 at work, but couldn't tell you how...a search would probably tell you how...use 'tether' and your camera model.
Good luck!

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18 - 135 lens won't autofocus after fall - is it worth reparing?


Hi Vink,

I would recommend that you at least let someone at a camera shop take a look at your lens. Or contact Nikon. Here is a list CLICK HERE of Nikon authorized service centers, hopefully you are located near one of these. Or you can call Nikon for some advice. You never know, it may be repairable.

If can live with it as a manual focus lens that probably would be a good solution also. Then you could buy a new lens with the money you would have spent on the repair. Actually you are lucky that the lens can still focus after a fall.

I hope this helped and good luck!

Nov 13, 2009 | Nikon D80 Digital Camera with 18-135mm...

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My D80 will not auto focus with any of my 3 Nikkor lenses. It will fire on auto focus when you manually focus while in that auto focus mode.


Press the AF button on the top of the camera (to the right of the window) to select an AF mode & make sure the M/A (Manual / Auto focus) switch on the lens set to "A"

More info below:

http://www.kenrockwell.com/nikon/d80/af-settings.htm

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I'm unable to get a full size image on my D80's monitor.


You must have accidentally hit the Thumbnail button while viewing photos (the one with a magnifying glass and 4-way arrow). Press the Playback Zoom button (bottom one with just the magnifying glass) to go back to single frame view. If you keep pressing the Zoom button it will zoom in further on the image you are viewing, and you can use the arrows to move around in it.

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Can see NEF pics on camera but cannot transfer images


Hi, to open the nef files you will need to download Adobe Photoshop CS3, to get a free trial go to www.adobe.com.. hope this helps John

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