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D90 settings change by themselves!

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    Andy_Cundell
    14 Jul 2013 - 11:10 AM

    Hiya Everyone

    Has anyone else had the same problem with the D90 or other Nikon camera's?

    I have found for the past few years, you can turn the camera on, stick it in a mode (say P*), take a photo and the exposure has changed to +5. Very annoying if it's a quick 'moment' photo you want to capture. This is an intermittant thing.

    I know you should always check your settings before you shoot, but sometimes it's just notice possible!!

    Andy

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    Gundog
    Gundog  1624 forum posts Scotland
    14 Jul 2013 - 11:33 AM

    Remember that the camera will retain a memory of the last settings you used and re-apply them next time you switch on.

    I, too, am guilty of not checking the settings before every shot. I don't know how often I have left it on auto-bracketing and then wondered why my exposures seemed to be all over the place.

    thewilliam
    14 Jul 2013 - 11:59 AM

    Once, during a wedding back in the good old days of film, I had an F100 camera re-program itself. There was a thunderstorm right over the church and it's the only time that I've experienced simultaneous flash and bang. There must have been high voltages involved.

    lumix5
    lumix5  3205 forum posts Northern Ireland
    14 Jul 2013 - 1:34 PM

    I always use the 2 button reset (the 2 green ones on the top panel) every time I pick up my D90. It cancels out any auto bracket/exposure comp/white balance settings that I used the last time.

    Last Modified By lumix5 at 14 Jul 2013 - 1:39 PM
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