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Re: Turning off the startup tune.
Go to the menu, settings ,sounds.. turn off startup sounds.. you should have sounds for when you take a picture and maybe a few more.... If you can't turn the sound off you should be able to lower the volume of the sound you don't want so as you can't hear it....
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Try looking for the remote sensor. It should look a little like a camera lens or little red tinted window. If you cannot find it just give the entire front of the TV a good cleaning. Finger prints and dust build up can interfere with the signals. Do the same for your direct TV box.
That's the aperture lock lever. On many Nikon cameras, the lens needs to have the aperture ring turned to f/32 and locked in place. You then control the aperture from the camera body, the same way as on a lens without an aperture ring. On older Nikon cameras, you unlock the aperture ring and control the aperture by turning the ring.
You need to shoot in the Manual exposure mode (turn the mode dial to M). You control the shutter speed by turning the command dial on the camera, and the aperture by turning the aperture ring on the lens. You won't get any assistance from the camera's exposure meter, but you can use the playback and especially the histogram to fine-tune the exposure.
This lens does not have the electronics to communicate with the camera, hence the camera does not recognize it. You must switch the camera to Manual exposure mode in order to use this lens. You control the shutter speed and ISO on the camera and the aperture by turning the aperture ring on the lens. You also will not get any metering assistance from the camera. You can use a separate light meter or another lens to get a starting point, then use the playback and its histogram to fine-tune the exposure.