I bought a factory demo D70s from Cameta Camera and sent it back for repair after two days: the shutter opened but did not, and would not, close again. They repaired it and sent it back.
It worked for a while but now what's happening is that the shutter will open when I push the shutter
release button (the button you push to take a photo) and the shutter opens but does not close again...when I push the shutter release a second time the shutter will close. No photo is recorded on the memory
card when this happens. I suspect that the problem MIGHT have something to do with the memory card because the memory card is not approved for use with this camera by Nikon; that is, Nikon does not guarantee that it will work because they didn´t test it. My memory card is a Hitachi 4GB. I bought it at the same time I bought the camera; the sales person didn´t say that it would be a problem and he
must know about these cameras.
Any help would be appreciated.
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In manual exposure mode, set the shutter speed to bulb. This is the next slower shutter speed past thirty seconds. The bulb setting will keep the shutter open as long as you keep the shutter button pressed.
It's easier if you have a remote control. With the ML-L3 wireless remote, you can press the button once to open the shutter and again to close it. Most wired remotes have a lock so you can lock the shutter open until you want to close it.