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Jan
22
comment Where is the setting for metering mode located under the D90 menu?
@ahockley: There are some people who are curious to know things that are not documented well. I am one of them :-)
Dec
13
comment Why is exposure meter reading not changing in Manual mode?
Thanks MikeW for this information. I am using the Kit lens that I got when I bought Nikon D90.
Dec
11
comment Why is exposure meter reading not changing in Manual mode?
ysap: unfortunately I only have the kit lense.
Dec
11
comment Why is exposure meter reading not changing in Manual mode?
ElendilTheTall: I detached the lens and reattached. Now I something strange is happening. The Exposure meter scale is shown only for "S' and "M" Mode :(. In "S" Mode, The aperture is always "Lo", but I can see the meter reading change!. In "M" mode, the meter reading is not changing.
Dec
11
comment Why is exposure meter reading not changing in Manual mode?
In P mode I tried different aperture and shutter speed. I am getting good picture but now I do not see the exposure reading moving. Shouldn't it be in ZERO if the subject had a good exposure?
Dec
11
comment Why is exposure meter reading not changing in Manual mode?
Imre could you tell me how do I get an Overexposure reading. I focused my camera on a very well lit subject, but the reading still tells me Underexposed. I just need to make sure that the camera is working fine in manual mode.
Dec
11
comment How do I use spot metering?
Excellent article Nick!
Dec
4
comment Why Small aperture (less light) has Large depth of field?
Thanks for this link.
Dec
4
comment Why Small aperture (less light) has Large depth of field?
Thanks mattdm. The link provided by you gives me useful information to answer my question. Basically this is what I saw in the link."Basically, the smaller the aperture, the more restricted-to-exactly-in-focus the light is. A bigger aperture lets in more light, but the "price" is that it's less controlled"
Aug
4
comment Why does my D90 shutter release button sometimes not respond?
That's a new information for me. Thanks for sharing!
Aug
2
comment Why does my D90 shutter release button sometimes not respond?
Like I mentioned before,it seems to be problem of focus. If so, I think it is a very very annoying issue as I feel sometimes that the focus is fine, but the auto focus indicator on the view finder does not light up and the photo is not taken. I never expected such issues with this camera. I will try your suggestion and get back. Thanks.
Aug
2
comment Why does my D90 shutter release button sometimes not respond?
I tried to click the photograph of a flower early morning around 7 AM. The light was enough. I guess it is the problem of focus as everybody has suggested, because once I was in my dimly lit room, I could take photographs in automode in which it used flash all the time. Is there anyway to take photograph (force) even if the subject is not in focus?
Aug
2
comment Why does my D90 shutter release button sometimes not respond?
The focus indicator, i.e the green dot keeps blinking if I keep the shutter button pressed (after being frusturated)
Jul
29
comment In Nikon D90, what settings apply for what mode?
Thanks Mike. I think I need to read more about each of these options.