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D800 time setting - first actuation

gkaiseril

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"RE: D800 time setting - first actuation"

gkaiseril Gold Member Nikonian since 28th Oct 2005
Wed 31-Oct-12 03:56 PM | edited Wed 31-Oct-12 04:05 PM by gkaiseril

If the date has not been set, then yes there should be a prompt or flashing "clock". See pages 26-28 of your camera's user manual.

If the camera has been demoed or used for QC then the setup would have been preformed and unless the camera was reset, those settings would remain in effect. If the shutter was actuated, even in the demo mode, for cleaning, or using LiveView the shutter actuation count will be advanced. Resetting the camera does not always reset this count. This count is also different from the image count which rolls over after 9999 the shutter count is a 32 bit unsigned integer and should be good for recording over 4,000,000 actuations.

George
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