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You are correct. The D5100 does not have a Depth-of-field preview functionality. If you take a look at the list of Nikon DSLRs, the one with the icons in the shape of an iris have that feature. The D7000 just below the D5100 on the list has it. Typically, this function does not make it into entry-level cameras. The best you can do it take a test shot and ...
Charge the battery and you will be fine. The Nikon folks should be beaten to death for not addressing this. If the battery is weak or near dead, you will get that message when trying to delete a photo or even change an ISO setting. Why Nikon doesn't address this or why all of the camera nerds out there don't say anything about this, I don't know why.
Maybe this can help: Rotate the command dial to P, S, A or M. If you’re a beginner, stick with P (program mode) Press the (i) button Highlight the Picture Control tab, then press the OK button Highlight MC (Monochrome) and press the OK button Just Highlight the Color Option instead of the Monochrome... Source: http://www.cameratips.com/d5100/black-white ...
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