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    D5300 fell down

    Greetings

    Unfortunately, my new d5300 fell on the floor from one meter, and now when I'm turning the lens I didn't hear any click from the camera before I heard a click

    Thank you


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    Re: D5300 fell down

    Quote Originally Posted by gbouboulis View Post
    Greetings

    Unfortunately, my new d5300 fell on the floor from one meter, and now when I'm turning the lens I didn't hear any click from the camera before I heard a click

    Thank you


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    Welcome aboard. Enjoy the ride.
    We look forward to seeing more posts and samples of your work.

    Huh? makes no sense at all.
    I'm turning the lens I didn't hear any click from the camera before I heard a click
    Need a better description to help you out.
    Also, was it a concrete floor or a floor with a thick rug, could make a big dfference.
    Finally, can you take a picture at all and is it sharp

    Brent: Poway, CA
    D7200, D200, F100
    Tokina 12-24mm
    Nikon 18-200mm
    Tokina 28-70mm f2.6-2.8
    Nikon 80-200mm f2.8
    Sigma 150-600mm
    Nikon 50 AF f1.8
    Tokina 100mm f2.8 Macro
    Nikon SB800

  3. #3
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    Re: D5300 fell down

    Quote Originally Posted by gbouboulis View Post
    Unfortunately, my new d5300 fell on the floor from one meter, and now when I'm turning the lens I didn't hear any click from the camera before I heard a click

    Hi, and welcome.

    It's rather hard to understand what you are saying. Do mean when you attach a lens to your camera body it does not lock into place? That's the only thing I can think of where you would hear a "click" from turning a lens.

    As Bikerbrent asked, can you still take pictures with it - pictures that are sharp?

  4. #4
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    Re: D5300 fell down

    Thank you for response !
    The camera fell on the road,
    The only deference after that Is
    When I turn on the camera i canít hear the noise of cameraís shutter it is normal ?



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    Re: D5300 fell down

    The key question is, "can you take a good picture using the camera?"
    Brent: Poway, CA
    D7200, D200, F100
    Tokina 12-24mm
    Nikon 18-200mm
    Tokina 28-70mm f2.6-2.8
    Nikon 80-200mm f2.8
    Sigma 150-600mm
    Nikon 50 AF f1.8
    Tokina 100mm f2.8 Macro
    Nikon SB800

  6. #6
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    Re: D5300 fell down

    Quote Originally Posted by gbouboulis View Post
    Thank you for response !
    The camera fell on the road,
    The only deference after that Is
    When I turn on the camera i can’t hear the noise of camera’s shutter it is normal ?
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    Hi gbouboulis -

    I have a D5500. When I turn it on, there is no noise from the shutter. It only makes a "click" noise when I press the button to take a picture.

    The real question is what Bikerbrent said: does your camera still take good pictures? If it does, your camera is probably ok.

    Good luck - I hope your D5300 is not damaged. Why don't you post a picture you took with it so we can see?

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    Re: D5300 fell down

    D5300 fell down


    At the night I have the problem with focus



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    Re: D5300 fell down

    Quote Originally Posted by gbouboulis View Post
    At the night I have the problem with focus
    It looks like your camera is fine, if you took those pictures after you dropped your camera. That's good!

    A lot of cameras have trouble auto focusing in the dark (or whenever there is low contrast). Try focusing with your focus point on something bright - like one of those boats - and keep the shutter button pushed halfway down while you compose the picture the way you want it. Then press the shutter all the way down to take the photo. This is called the "focus and recompose" technique, and is very useful in many situations. I think it will help you with night shots like this. (Also, if you set up your Nikon to have "back button focus", it will make it even easier. Look it up if you don't do this already.)

    So the good news is that your camera still seems to work! The night time focus is probably just a matter of changing your technique. I do not think it's a problem with your camera.

    Ζήτω!

    All the best

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    Re: D5300 fell down

    Iím really happy and for my camera and for this forum !

    Thanks a lot for the detailed explanation !!




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    Re: D5300 fell down

    Quote Originally Posted by gbouboulis View Post
    I’m really happy and for my camera and for this forum !

    Thanks a lot for the detailed explanation !!




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    You're welcome





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