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  1. #11
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    Re: Shutter issue

    screen stays blank. BKT doesn't even come on anywhere now. also just went outside, bright and sunny put on ch over a 10 second time period it only took 4 exposures.


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  2. #12
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    Re: Shutter issue

    ????????

    You don't need to be running around. You can test the shutter sitting your chair... Stay focused on solving one problem at a time. You camera is changing bracketing exposure between shots...and you don't know why... You need to learn how to control/use the bracketing feature... So far, you haven't been able to definitively bring up and determine how bracketing is set on YOUR camera.

  3. #13
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    Re: Shutter issue

    I put it back to factory settings and it seems to be working fine now
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  4. #14
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    Re: Shutter issue

    That's one way to fix it.
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  5. #15
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    Re: Shutter issue

    Quote Originally Posted by FredKingston View Post
    That's one way to fix it.
    Trying to learn. Bracketing can cause the SS to go to bulb mode or was it an inter reaction with the release?

  6. #16
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    Re: Shutter issue

    I don't know what he did to get "Bulb"... that's NOT within the scope of Bracketing...
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  7. #17
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    Re: Shutter issue

    One thing I can't figure out. If it was set to bracket shouldn't it have shut off after 7 shoots?
    Thanks for your help Fred it is much appreciated.

  8. #18
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    Re: Shutter issue

    Some confusion may be in the way Nikon implements button actions... There are two different button actions.

    Nikon refers to it as "Release Button to Use Dial"... On/Off... and they implement it with a Yes/No... (Leave it to Nikon to make something simple, difficult)

    On means when you push a button, the LCD stays ON... and then you turn the command dials, etc...and then press the button again to turn it OFF

    Off means you have to press and Hold the button for the feature to stay On, while you turn the Command dials, etc...

    On the D810 it's menu option F10
    On the D750 it's menu option F6

    I believe the default method is OFF

  9. #19
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    Re: Shutter issue

    Quote Originally Posted by arshuter View Post
    One thing I can't figure out. If it was set to bracket shouldn't it have shut off after 7 shoots?
    Thanks for your help Fred it is much appreciated.
    No... It just keeps cycling... If you have it set 3F + 3 frames, and you have the exposure adjustment one to right set to 1 stop... every time the shutter fires, it makes a 1 stop, 2 stop, adjustment off of the dialed setting...

    It's one of those things, that at this point, Nikon refuses to fix. It's the same with Exposure Compensation... I don't know how many students I seen get flustered with their exposure only to discover that they have Exposure Compensation dialed in, and they aren't aware of it...





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