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  1. #1
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    D610 Focus Points Missing on one Side

    D610 Focus Points Missing on one Side
    Hey Guys, I recently bought a used Nikon D610.

    Everything seems to work fine but one little thing that is driving me nuts.

    The focus points on one side of the viewfinder are not showing and I can't seem to make them appear.

    Does anyone know how to fix this? Should I send it to Nikon?




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  2. #2
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    Re: D610 Focus Points Missing on one Side

    If you change the focus points to the other settings... d21, d39, auto.... what happens to the points on the right???

  3. #3
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    Re: D610 Focus Points Missing on one Side

    Quote Originally Posted by Escajadillo View Post
    Hey Guys, I recently bought a used Nikon D610.

    Everything seems to work fine but one little thing that is driving me nuts.

    The focus points on one side of the viewfinder are not showing and I can't seem to make them appear.

    Does anyone know how to fix this? Should I send it to Nikon?
    That looks very much like a malfunction to me. Perhaps the previous owner has changed focusing screens and been clumsy at it? In the bottom of the viewfinder prism housing is a transmissive LCD screen that displays the focus points and in some models on-demand gridlines. Your case looks like the LCD screen is damaged, unfortunately.
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  4. #4
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    Re: D610 Focus Points Missing on one Side

    Agreed, that doesn't look good ... and most likely a return to Nikon for resolution kind of issue.





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