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  1. #11
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    Re: D7200 Shutter Problems (slow shutter actuations)

    Quote Originally Posted by lou007ct View Post
    Hi,

    I'm posting for the first time. Read about your dilemma regarding your D7200 shutter problem. I'm looking to buy the Nikon D7200 and wanted to know if the shutter or slow actuation is an inherited defect for the D7200, or is it just
    an isolated problem. Also, was the camera out of warranty? I appreciate any feedback, thanks!

    Kind regards,

    Lou Colon
    Welcome to the forum,the problem above is not inherent to the D7200, in fact the D7200 is a fantastic camera.


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  2. #12
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    Re: D7200 Shutter Problems (slow shutter actuations)

    Quote Originally Posted by lou007ct View Post
    Hi,

    I'm posting for the first time. Read about your dilemma regarding your D7200 shutter problem. I'm looking to buy the Nikon D7200 and wanted to know if the shutter or slow actuation is an inherited defect for the D7200, or is it just
    an isolated problem. Also, was the camera out of warranty? I appreciate any feedback, thanks!

    Kind regards,

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

    The D7200 is a very reliable and excellent camera. In fact, according to a lot of reviewers and users, unless you are heavily into sports and action photography, it is the best DX camera available.
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  3. #13
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    Re: D7200 Shutter Problems (slow shutter actuations)

    Hi, Lou!

    When I started noticing the shutter issue with my 7200 I immediately went online and to see if others experienced a similar shutter issue. I was unable to find any article or forum post discussing the issue. I did have some hits related to an "err" message, but it did not involve the 7200.

    I'm not sure if you read the post by Nick earlier in the thread. He suggested my problem might be due to incorrect camera settings. After comparing his setting suggestions to how my camera was set up, I did find a couple of my settings were different. Now, I haven't had a chance to extensively use the camera since changing the settings on my camera, but I have a feeling the camera will work as it should. I believe my problem is related to user error not camera error. But once I use the camera again, I will post my results.

    Note: There's a typo in my title. It should read "low" not "slow" shutter actuations.
    Last edited by floyd; 09-13-2017 at 06:29 PM.

  4. #14
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    Re: D7200 Shutter Problems (slow shutter actuations)

    Maybe the camera is set not to fire until focus is achieved....so if it is having a problem focusing and confirming the shutter doesn't fire.
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  5. #15
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    Re: D7200 Shutter Problems (slow shutter actuations)

    Quote Originally Posted by floyd View Post
    This is my first post on the forum.
    Howdy and welcome to Nikonites!!! It looks like you've already gotten some excellent suggestions (I suspect the focus priority vs release is why you've seen the lag in tripping the shutter), but I wanted to say "howdy" and follow this discussion to the end.

  6. #16
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    Re: D7200 Shutter Problems (slow shutter actuations)

    Quote Originally Posted by lou007ct View Post
    Hi,

    I'm posting for the first time. Read about your dilemma regarding your D7200 shutter problem. I'm looking to buy the Nikon D7200 and wanted to know if the shutter or slow actuation is an inherited defect for the D7200, or is it just
    an isolated problem. Also, was the camera out of warranty? I appreciate any feedback, thanks!

    Kind regards,

    Lou Colon
    Howdy Lou and welcome to Nikonites!!! I think you'll find that the problem(s) floyd is encountering are not specific to the D7200, and that the D7200 has been very well received in the Nikon world. Welcome to the site and to the community!!!

  7. #17
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    Re: D7200 Shutter Problems (slow shutter actuations)

    After making the suggested settings adjustments, I'm pleased to say I have not had one shutter misfire.

    Thank you to those who offered various suggestions for fixing my issue. I was ready to send it to Nikon. You folks saved me a minimum $200.00.

    Thanks!
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  8. #18
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    Re: D7200 Shutter Problems (slow shutter actuations)

    Quote Originally Posted by floyd View Post
    You folks saved me a minimum $200.00.

    Thanks!
    Make that $100. Send a $100 contribution to Nikonites.
    Last edited by singlerosa; 09-18-2017 at 01:40 PM.

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  9. #19
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    Re: D7200 Shutter Problems (slow shutter actuations)

    A contribution is definitely a good idea... maybe not $100.00, though.
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  10. #20
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    Re: D7200 Shutter Problems (slow shutter actuations)

    Quote Originally Posted by floyd View Post
    A contribution is definitely a good idea... maybe not $100.00, though.
    Become a Contributing Member--give back as well as get something in return. There are 3 different prices from which to choose. I believe all of the perks are the same no matter which one you select.

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