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MauiKane

KIHEI, HI, US
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MauiKane Gold Member Nikonian since 31st Mar 2013
Sat 21-Dec-13 02:10 AM

My Nikon D300 has begun acting up. Two things: (a) while shooting in continuous mode (either in low speed CL or high speed CH mode), it only shoots at about 2 frames/second rather than rated 5-6 fps; Then (b) while depressing the shutter release button halfway down to activate auto-focus, the focus point in the display jumps around even if the focus selector lock is locked. Neither my hand nor cheek are touching the multi-selector button. I've changed lenses to see if it was lens-dependent, cleaned contacts, etc. to no avail. Any ideas?
Tom

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