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Flip Silver Member Charter MemberFri 27-Jul-12 03:26 PM
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"D90 problems"


Mt. Pleasant, US
          

Yesterday my D90 worked perfectly, today it will not let me change settings in A, S, or Manual mode, it will randomly pick settings and flash warning blinks constantly and all pictures are underexposed unless taken with flash then they are very overexposed. In Auto and P mode I can change settings but pictures are allways under exposed and over exposed using the flash. Anyone have and idea what might be going on?

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meat Registered since 17th Feb 2012Fri 27-Jul-12 05:18 PM
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#1. "RE: D90 problems"
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I have not seen that before, but you may try resetting camera and/or removing the battery and lens and then putting them back on.

  

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OnTERRYo Silver Member Nikonian since 25th Nov 2011Fri 27-Jul-12 07:57 PM
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#2. "RE: D90 problems"
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Hamilton, CA
          

Hmmmmmmmmmm,

Eric's advise is sound.

Knee jerk reaction here; try another lens?
See if the problem is still evident.

Good luck.

OnTERRYo

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