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What is that camera? The camera you've pictured appears to be a Nikon D750. How many cameras these days have it especially Nikon D5300? Well, pretty much all digital SLR cameras have full color screens so that they can display image previews. How much color they use in their menu and control screens is a bit more variable. This YouTube video about the ...


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It's not the best photo I've ever taken, but this photo of the D5300 menu shows the previews of the six available options for its Info screen:


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To properly answer your question, I think a course in light metering and exposure would be necessary, but this is beyond the scope of this forum. I will try to keep it short. Your question is by no means confined to the boundaries of Polaroid cameras. As a matter of fact, the answer to this question applies to photography in general, be it film or digital. ...


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Your photo shows the mode selector knob at "Night Portrait" mode. Is that as far as it can physically move? If your mode dial selector knob physically will not turn to the "Video" mode, your camera is broken and needs to be serviced. There can be no other explanation as to why the knob will not move to Video mode. If the knob will move to "Video" but ...


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The control ring is a third ring on the lens in addition to the zoom and focus rings (of course primes lack the zoom ring so they have only two rings: focus and control). The control ring typically has clicked positions, so it adjusts some camera parameter in steps. As a cost reduction measure, the RF 24-240mm superzoom lens has focus and control ring ...


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I've experience the same issue while repairing a 5D3, it came out that the issue was caused by the top cover flat cable not properly connecting to the main board of the camera. Solved by cleaning with isopropilc alchool the flat contacts. Hope this solution might help someone in the same trouble.


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DISCLAIMER: This is more hypothesis than definitive answer. I continue to research this, and will update the answer when and if I find new information. In the meantime, please don't let my "guess" dissuade anyone from answering definitively. I'll accept the first correct definitive answer, and my answer is not definitive at present! Q1: Can anyone ...


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No, there is no way to do what you want. You can swap which direction of each dial/wheel increases/decreases exposure. You can swap which dial/wheel controls Av and which controls Tv in Manual exposure mode. But you can't assign exposure compensation to anything but the rear wheel.


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