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    D7000 Help

    As of a few nights ago, information remains on the LCD display of my D7000 even after I switch it to "Off". This happens (estimate) 3/5 times, and sometimes will turn completely off (only show me the remaining pictures on my card) after a while. If I hold down the shutter (after doing this), it shows me the remaining pictures in the queue (r41 or so), but will not take a picture. I also cannot browse the menu, but I can change the aperture / shutter. Help? I am afraid this will drain my battery. Only attachment I have had on it was an MB-D11 with the standard En-El15 battery.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Derrel View Post
    Gosh, I thought Exposure Compensation was like Title IX, or the Equal Rights Act....you know, designed as a way to make up for wrongs of the past, and to give disadvantaged exposures compensation for the past history of under-exposures, inflated ISO ratings, and deliberate and willful over-exposures in the face of sidelighting...huh....guess not...we love ya tevo...



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    Quote Originally Posted by Derrel View Post
    Gosh, I thought Exposure Compensation was like Title IX, or the Equal Rights Act....you know, designed as a way to make up for wrongs of the past, and to give disadvantaged exposures compensation for the past history of under-exposures, inflated ISO ratings, and deliberate and willful over-exposures in the face of sidelighting...huh....guess not...we love ya tevo...

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    The LCD on the top?

    That's normal.


    Perhaps you can't take a photo because, as you stated, you've turned the camera off.
    I see dead pixels!
    Go forth and actuate!



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    Quote Originally Posted by 480sparky View Post
    The LCD on the top?

    That's normal.


    Perhaps you can't take a photo because, as you stated, you've turned the camera off.

    But why does all the information stay on the LCD on top ?! ITS NOT NORMAL ):
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    Quote Originally Posted by Derrel View Post
    Gosh, I thought Exposure Compensation was like Title IX, or the Equal Rights Act....you know, designed as a way to make up for wrongs of the past, and to give disadvantaged exposures compensation for the past history of under-exposures, inflated ISO ratings, and deliberate and willful over-exposures in the face of sidelighting...huh....guess not...we love ya tevo...

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    Maybe the on/off switch isn't really turning the camera off.

    Is it just the top LCD?
    I see dead pixels!
    Go forth and actuate!



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    Let me grab my D7000 and try it for you
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    When I power mine off it hesitates 2-3 seconds then shuts all the readings down EXCEPT the number of pics left on the card, and the fact the memory card is present in slot 2.
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    Are you shutting it down after firing off a bunch of frames? You can turn the camera off, but I don't think it will actually turn off until the buffer clears. Of course, once enough of the buffer is available, it should fire the shutter.

    Unless you are using Class -3 cards.
    I see dead pixels!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 480sparky View Post
    Are you shutting it down after firing off a bunch of frames? You can turn the camera off, but I don't think it will actually turn off until the buffer clears. Of course, once enough of the buffer is available, it should fire the shutter.

    Unless you are using Class -3 cards.
    I don't even have to shoot a picture for it to happen; I am using 2 SanDisk Extreme 16GBs.

    Quote Originally Posted by 2WheelPhoto View Post
    When I power mine off it hesitates 2-3 seconds then shuts all the readings down EXCEPT the number of pics left on the card, and the fact the memory card is present in slot 2.
    Mine normally does that, but recently it started doing this; what happens is, I turn it off, and the LCD looks exactly the same as it does when it is powered on.

    Quote Originally Posted by 480sparky View Post
    Maybe the on/off switch isn't really turning the camera off.

    Is it just the top LCD?
    Yes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Derrel View Post
    Gosh, I thought Exposure Compensation was like Title IX, or the Equal Rights Act....you know, designed as a way to make up for wrongs of the past, and to give disadvantaged exposures compensation for the past history of under-exposures, inflated ISO ratings, and deliberate and willful over-exposures in the face of sidelighting...huh....guess not...we love ya tevo...

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    Bump for help!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Derrel View Post
    Gosh, I thought Exposure Compensation was like Title IX, or the Equal Rights Act....you know, designed as a way to make up for wrongs of the past, and to give disadvantaged exposures compensation for the past history of under-exposures, inflated ISO ratings, and deliberate and willful over-exposures in the face of sidelighting...huh....guess not...we love ya tevo...

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    The LCD screen will drain your battery completely in as little as 658 days!!! So definitely, send it in for a warranty repair and be prepared to be without the camera for 10 days. Otherwise, charge the battery once every 90 days or so, and you'll be good to go, 24/7. [wink]
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    Quote Originally Posted by tevo View Post
    Bump for help!
    Have you tried Nikon support, call this # 1-800-645-6687

    Edit: Derrel's post at the same makes more sense than mine. As usual
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    Quote Originally Posted by Derrel
    The LCD screen will drain your battery completely in as little as 658 days!!! So definitely, send it in for a warranty repair and be prepared to be without the camera for 10 days. Otherwise, charge the battery once every 90 days or so, and you'll be good to go, 24/7. [wink]
    658 days?! Oh no!);







    Thanks Der-Bear, if it won't drain my battery/negatively affect the camera, it's fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Derrel View Post
    Gosh, I thought Exposure Compensation was like Title IX, or the Equal Rights Act....you know, designed as a way to make up for wrongs of the past, and to give disadvantaged exposures compensation for the past history of under-exposures, inflated ISO ratings, and deliberate and willful over-exposures in the face of sidelighting...huh....guess not...we love ya tevo...

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    There'll be a D7000 in the classifieds soon in case you want a spare
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2WheelPhoto
    There'll be a D7000 in the classifieds soon in case you want a spare
    Why? Is the D7000 unemployment rate going up? Damn Canon-loving Obama..):<
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    Quote Originally Posted by Derrel View Post
    Gosh, I thought Exposure Compensation was like Title IX, or the Equal Rights Act....you know, designed as a way to make up for wrongs of the past, and to give disadvantaged exposures compensation for the past history of under-exposures, inflated ISO ratings, and deliberate and willful over-exposures in the face of sidelighting...huh....guess not...we love ya tevo...

 

 

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