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pjonesCET

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"RE: D5000 video problem"

pjonesCET Gold Member Donor Ribbon awarded for his support to the Fundraising Campaign 2014 Nikonian since 11th Jul 2011
Tue 30-Apr-13 08:40 PM | edited Thu 02-May-13 05:15 AM by pjonesCET

Are you even sure that the 5000 Model even has video.
I had a D3000 and even though it claimed having video technically I was stop-action movie which is different.

On my D3200 To do video here are the steps:

push button for live view
push push down the button with the little red dot.
then push down shutter button and hold down until you finish movie
then release shutter
Press button with red dot again
push LV button to turn off Live view.

You want to use live view as little as possible It eats batteries like there is no tomorrow. On my camera if you leave Live view own ten minute it will reduce the battery charge almost by half

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