I have Nikon F80D, and I'm new with this camera, every time I use this camera the result is not satisfied, because when I print the result theres a black line in the top of print paper, its like that the camera didnt shoot it fully. could you help me?
If the black line is also on the film, then most likely the problem is in the shutter curtains. I think one of tem is stuck. You can check it by putting the camera on to manual mode and setting the shutter speed to 5-30sec and pressing the shutterbutton while the back cover is open. That way you can see wheter one of the curtains stays in front of the film or not.
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The camera records the date/time with the image file but will not imprint it over the image. That's done when you print the picture. Consult your printer manual and/or the manual for the printing software.
1. If you simply want to see the date and time on the screen, press up/down while reviewing your pictures until you get the view you want.
2. If you want the date and time printed on the pictures, that needs to be done in whatever program you use to print. For example, Nikon ViewNX has a "Print Photo Information" check box in its Print dialog.
Note: The camera is not going to damage your pictures by imprinting date and time on any portion of the image. It will record that information (and a lot more), but its priority is on getting the image data.
The date and time are automatically recorded with every picture you take, and stored along with a lot of additional data. However, this data is stored in such a way as not to obscure any portion of the picture itself. If you want the date and/or time printed with the picture, you'll have to refer to the instructions for whatever program you're using to print the picture, or else tell us what program you're using.
There's no way to have it display on the pictures, but the date and time (and lots of other data) is recorded with the picture. If you want it to display when you print, you can setup most softwares to do this. If you print from the camera, there is a way to have it print date/time on the pictures, but I've never found anyone who actually prints directly from a camera.
If you take it to a lab or retail store, ask them to help you get it on your printed photos. The photo kiosks can read the date from the file and print it out. Sometimes they print it on the back also.
If you simply want to see the date and time on the screen, press up/down while reviewing your pictures until you get the view you want.
If you want the date and time printed on the pictures, that needs to be done in whatever program you use to print. For example, Nikon ViewNX has a "Print Photo Information" check box in its Print dialog.
The camera is not going to damage your pictures by imprinting date and time on any portion of the image. It will record that information (and a lot more), but its priority is on getting the image data.
1) turn the mode switch/knob on the left of the camera to M ( manual mode )
2) turn your lens to the highest f-stop ( 22 or 16 depending on your lens )
3) in front of shutter release button you have control for your aperture : turn until the desired aperture is displayed ( view finder or the LCD monitor on the top )
4) your shutter speed setting is controlled with your thumb with the control situated next to the strap lug on the right hand side of the camera.
5) press shutter release half way and look through viewfinder and see light meter reading and adjust either shutter speeds or the aperture as explained being guided by the l.meter.