Top 20 Nikon D60 Digital Camera Questions & Answers

The D60 was released BEFORE HD SD cards came out. The 4 gig card MAY BE TOO BIG. HSD I think is the Nomenclature you may need a normal SD card. I think 2GB is as big as you can go but don't quote me.

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The pictures are blurry due to camera shake, which in itself is caused by the slow shutter speed. Try using shake reduction setting. To increase the shutter speed, raise the ISO rating.

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Please set the MODE to P (Programmed Auto) In this mode YOU control the flash, not the camera. Inside where it is not bright. Set your ISO to 800 and take a photo indoors with low light. Then pop up the flash and do it again. P lets you take a photo with the flash down or UP it is the only mode I suggest most people should use. :)

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All you said is that you have a Nikon D60. I can't help you if you do not ask a question.
2) Which lens or lenses do you have?
3) Tell me ALL of the details surrounding the equipment failure or your question(s)?

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Have a look on Google

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Did you recharge the battery? USB voltage is fixed at 5V. See if you can put the battery in and charge it without any computer involved. I fear that more than 5V was put into the camera and it may be badly damaged. I am not sure this is a guess.

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Did you accidentally scroll to the shadows?

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Look for "Noise Reduction" and "Active D-Lighting". Turn those to off individually and you'll see which one makes the most difference. Turn both off and you'll be able to shoot like mad. See page 55 and 178 of D60 owners manual to turn on and off. TC

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If the camera has only been off for a few months, I would recommend that you take the camera and the battery to a camera shop, verify that the current battery is holding a charge and then check the camera with another battery.

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Your camera error is mostly like motor (aperture control unit) failing cause 90%, or 10% would be actually shutter unit defective.

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I recommend to bring to any local repair shop or Nikon USA. Local repair shop would charge cheaper, because the they only will change the defective motor instead of ass\'y. Price would be very like $70 to $215.

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When the information is on the screen press the Multi Selector on top or bottom, several times, till you got what you want.
The other information can be helpful while shooting.

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1 (800) 645-6687

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Go to the Nikon support at the Nikon website at and look for firmware updates for your camera. There should be instructions as to how to download and install the updates in your camera. You will need the appropriate cord to connect your camera to the computer. Best I can determine the cords are standard so if you've misplaced yours, a similar USB cord that will fit your camera's port should work. You can also order replacement cords from Nikon.

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turn camera on keep the lens cap on and push the button on the side of the camera with the image of a lightening bolt at the same time help the flash door up if that doesnt work go to menu then custom setting then go to braketing/ flash toggle right and turn on builtin flash

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This has been showing up in the autofocus mode of Nikon DSLRs of all flavors for years. There's some indication it may be due to an underlubricated gear causing the shutter to fire at a faster speed than indicated, but most of the evidence seems to point to a random glitch in the firmware.

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If you are asking how to contact Nikon in the USA, phone 1-800-645-6687 between 9:00 am and 8:00pm EDST Monday through Friday.

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I could help if I knew what the "problem" was.

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Look at your memory card. SD cards have a slide switch along one edge. The position farthest from the metal contacts locks the card, protecting it from writes. The position nearest the contacts unlocks the card.

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