Having problems with your Nikon D80 Digital Camera with 18-135mm Lens ?

White areas flash in black

\015 When reviewing pictures on the camera any area that is bright white it flashes in black. is there something wrong with my camera or is thier a setting that i need to change?\015

Answers :

Go into the menu and check to see if "Mirror" is turned ON - if it is set it to "OFF"
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