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It Looks Like U Need To Contact Nikon, But U Could Try This Try Disabling Auto ISO Menu->Shooting Menu ->ISO sensitivity settings-> Auto ISO sensitivity control , and set that to OFF


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This sounds like a hardware issue, it's likely that the shutter wheel is damaged. If you have recently purchased the item, I'd recommend requesting a refund. I would not recommend attempting to repair an issue like this yourself unless you are okay with destroying the camera or really know what you’re doing. You could try a factory reset the camera software ...


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You appear to be seeking to maximize the amount of background blur. Factors that increase background blur are: Distance to subject (closer) Distance to background (farther) Focal length (longer) Aperture (larger opening; smaller F-number). Sensor size in and of itself is not a factor. However, it influences focal length choice and working distances. ...


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