Question about Nikon Cameras
Well there are some cameras, if you press it half way, it shows you some things, and when you press it fully, it takes the picture.
Make sure that you are pressing the button all the way.
Also, try to reset the settings by pressing the 'menu' button on the back near your LCD display.
Press the left button near the 'OK' button to make sure you have the left side of the menu highlighted on the LCD display.
Use the up and down buttons near the 'OK' to scroll to the 'pencil' icon.
When the 'pencil' icon is highlighted, press the right button near the 'OK' to highlight the right side.
Scroll up and down until you have 'Reset' highlighted, then press 'OK'.
Scroll down one to 'yes', and press 'OK'.
Your default factory settings are now back to when you originally purchased your Nikon D40 camera
Hope it works.
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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