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    fixing the shutter

    How do I fix the shutter of the D200 camera. I am unable to click photographs because of this camera?


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    Re: fixing the shutter

    This is not a user fixable problem. You must bring it to an authorized Nikon dealer to fix your shutter.
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    Re: fixing the shutter

    That depends on the skillset of the user. Someone who has an eye for detail, is comfortable working on small and delicate mechanisms, and has the patience for it could easily replace the shutter assembly in a D200 in an afternoon. And it's fun!

    Yes, I'm one of those people who can do that. But then again, I even dabble a little in the repair of mechanical watches. Which, comparatively speaking, makes working on a camera look like heavy mechanical work.
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    Re: fixing the shutter

    Quote Originally Posted by D200freak View Post
    That depends on the skillset of the user. Someone who has an eye for detail, is comfortable working on small and delicate mechanisms, and has the patience for it could easily replace the shutter assembly in a D200 in an afternoon. And it's fun!

    Yes, I'm one of those people who can do that. But then again, I even dabble a little in the repair of mechanical watches. Which, comparatively speaking, makes working on a camera look like heavy mechanical work.

    This post is from 05-22-2010 and his last activity was on 05-23-2010 so I doubt he will see this post.

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    Re: fixing the shutter

    I keep forgetting to check the post date. Oops.

    I suggest that any topic that hasn't had any activity in a month needs to drop down pretty much out of sight, and after six months, move to archives.
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    RIP :(
    Don Kuykendall's Avatar

    Re: fixing the shutter

    Quote Originally Posted by D200freak View Post
    I keep forgetting to check the post date. Oops.

    I suggest that any topic that hasn't had any activity in a month needs to drop down pretty much out of sight, and after six months, move to archives.
    I suggest that you use the link for "new posts" and when you have gone through all the ones you want to read you then use the link for marking all post as read That way you will only see the new posts each time you log in. Much more efficient way of reading a forum.


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