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  1. #1
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    Picture detail overlaid on image - how to turn off?

    I somehow turned on some sort of setting where when I take a picture, it overlays all the picture details (ISO, Size etc) on top of the image in the viewer (its just on the viewer, it doesn't imprint it on the image) and I find is distracting and want to turn it off but cant figure it out. Anyone?


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    Re: Picture detail overlaid on image - how to turn off?

    What camera are you using?
    These will be available in your settings>display
    for most cameras, when you are are viewing a pic in live view, just pressing the down key should take you a new set of displays each time

    EDIT - ok you've posted in the D60 section, so am guessing that's the camera you have.
    not certain on how the settings work on that, but most nikons are similar

  3. #3
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    Re: Picture detail overlaid on image - how to turn off?

    A d60 but that totally solved it! thanks!its a very cool feature that you can preselect using the down arrow.

    thanks again !I was going crazy trying to remove it.
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  4. #4
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    Re: Picture detail overlaid on image - how to turn off?

    Happy it worked for you...
    Just another thing, learn your manual inside out..
    ​you need time to bug your brains out about getting the best shot than about the hardware
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    Re: Picture detail overlaid on image - how to turn off?

    Welcome to the forum

    If you fill out your profile we can better answer any questions that you might have.
    You can do that at http://nikonites.com/profile.php?do=editprofile

    Some useful links
    http://support.nikonusa.com/app/answ...e-for-download
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