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WazzaArtichoke Registered since 20th Aug 2011Sat 20-Aug-11 07:58 AM
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"A problem with my new D7000?"


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Hi, I am a newbie to DSLR and have a D7000 with a tamron 18-200XR Dii lens. Does anyone know why when it is at 18mm it won't focus and take a photo. Beyond that length it seems fine to focus and shoot. Agreeably i did drop it accidently but it was in it's case. Thanks Wazza

  

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DeanAZ Moderator Expert nature photographer Nikonian since 28th Apr 2007Sat 20-Aug-11 10:42 AM
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Interesting set of symptoms, Wazza. Are you using Live view or standard AF? Trying another lens on your body would help determine where the problems lies. Welcome to Nikonians!

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