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Will there be D750 coming out anytime soon that will be capable of 4K video? That part of the question is off-topic because we don't deal in speculation. Having said that, Nikon's big release this year was the Z6/Z7 mirrorless lineup about a month ago, so it'll probably be another year before they release a new DSLR. More generally, how can I have this ...


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Your lens is demonstrating tilt. In addition to the bottom to top negative tilt (the bottom is in focus closer that the top of the frame) there also appears to be a little positive tilt left to right (the left is in focus slightly closer than the right). Sometimes the lens gets out of alignment due to a hard blow or fall. If that is the case the lense will ...


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Are you using single capture focusing mode? (S)? (This is usually a physical switch on the camera, switching between S/C/A, in the case of the D5000 specifically it's an item on the Info screen). If you are using continuous focusing or auto, the camera will allow you to take a shot even if you do not have focus confirmation. Also, if your VR is faulty, it ...


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Nikon's macro lens lineup lists the following non-DX (that is, full frame), 1:1 lenses with built-in motor (AF-S): AF-S Micro-NIKKOR 60mm f/2.8G ED AF-S VR Micro-NIKKOR 105mm f/2.8G IF-ED The following 1:1 AF-S macro lenses are DX designated (that is, designed for APS-C bodies): AF-S DX Micro-NIKKOR 40mm f/2.8G AF-S DX Micro-NIKKOR 85mm f/3.5G ED VR ...


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It is compatible. All cameras supporting SDXC also accept SDHC and SD. SD cards are limited to 2 GB. SDHC to 32 GB and SDXC have a theoretical limit of 2 TB. SDXC memory cards also usually use a different file-system which is exFAT, rather than FAT. In the case of 16GB, it is always SDHC. Although it would be possible to make a 16GB SDXC cards, no one does ...


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Exposure Bracketing Flash bracketing can be done on some Nikon bodies using the exposure bracketing function that you're already familiar with. With a flash attached, the flash power will be adjusted during the three exposures, along with ambient exposure also being bracketed by varying shutter speed or aperture. The D90 has a custom setting E4, which ...


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The fact that you have tried multiple lenses and still have the problem rules out that being the cause (though it was never likely tbh). I would have to say the memory card is the most likely culprit. Seeing as they're pretty cheap the obvious thing to do would be to grab a new one and try it. You should have a backup anyway if you do 'shoots'! If the ...


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I've been using the D5000 for a while now and I've gotta tell you, this problem annoys the shinanigans out of me every time it happens. It's like I just want to drop the camera on the ground whenever it just doesnt let me take the photo! The good news is that after toying with the settings for quite some time, I figured out a way. (Obviously this won't work ...


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Pre-AI lenses require a mechanical modification to become compatible with modern Nikon cameras. You can find tons of non-AI lenses reftrofitted to new Nikon cameras on Ebay. Or you can modify the lens yourself if are inclined to, it's not very hard. However, neither metering nor automatic aperture will work with AI/non-AI lenses on modern cameras. I have ...


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i found the 18-55 stock lens that came with my D5600 was not as sharp as other lens i bought especially if you look in detail at the picture.


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Nikon has a list of authorized service centres in the UK. I would not pay for repairs if I was charged for it... I would simply stick tape to it to avoid having it pop up. But if you worry about the looks, do contact the service centre as the latch is probably cracked in your camera. I doubtful about it getting fixed as the latch is a part of the camera, ...


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Took off the lens and cleaned the contacts. Let it sit overnight. Got a brand new SD card to be safe. So far seems to be working fine. I may still send it in for service/maintenance after this weekend. I did pay for the service contract after all.


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This restriction is made intentionally not to overheat the sensor. D5000 DSLR is not made for shooting videos. Live view mode is very similar to that.


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