Having problems with your Nikon D80 Digital Camera with 18-135mm Lens ?
How do I check how many photos have been taken on the nikon d80
The camera numbers the photos sequentially. If you have not reformatted the media card or inserted a new one, then you can tell by the picure name. For example, DSC00059.jpg is the 59th shot.
Repair Help & Product Troubleshooting for Nikon D80 Digital Camera with 18-135mm Lens
Tips for a great answer:- Provide details, support with references or personal experience .
- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box .
- It's 100% free, no registration required.
Suggested Questions/Answers :
How do I check how many photos have been taken on the nikon d80
The camera numbers the photos sequentially. If you have not reformatted the media card or inserted a new one, then you can tell by the picure name. For example, DSC00059.jpg is the 59th shot. ... Nikon D80 Digital Camera with 18-135mm Lens
Nikon d80 i purchased a nikon d80 and after taking pictures, i noticed a small spot on the photos that i've taken,the spot always appear on the same place.
Its because your CMOS need cleaning.just clean the cmos and it will b back to life !!This will work !! ... Nikon D80 Digital Camera with 18-135mm Lens
I have a Nikon d100. I have a 2GB Sandisk Extreme III that was full. I transferred the photos to my computer. Trashed the files on my computer so the card was empty. Put the card back into my camera and the camera is still showing the card as "Full" so won't take picture. I've checked the card on my computer and it is empty and the camera does indicate that there are no photos on the card for viewing. I have taken out the battery but that isn't working. Any ideas?
Format the card using the format the card option on your camera. There's a possibility that the formatting process made by the computer is not recognized/supported by your camera ... Nikon D100 Digital Camera
D80 NIKON with more than 150.000 photos taken, Electronically controlled vertical-travel focal-plane (shutter) seems to be fail and gives error or vibrate while shooting and makes the photos blur! any kind of reseting or any solutions for?
I think focal plane shutters are tested to 100,000 trips. I read that somewhere but I don't know how many the Nikons are good for. ... Digital Cameras
After taken photos the image out of focus - Nikon D80 Digital Camera with 18-135mm Lens
On the front of the camera body, below the lens release button you should find a two position switch labeled "AF" & "M" This is the "Auto Focus - Manual" selector switch. Make sure the selector is set to "AF" for auto focusing. You ... Nikon D80 Digital Camera with 18-135mm Lens
After almost two years, pictures taken with my Nikon D80 are showing a black dot in the middle of the photo. You can't see it in the view finder and it shows up on all the pictures I take regardless of which lens I use. The mirror inside the camera does not have the black dot on it either. Is it a problem with the sensor? How can I get it fixed?
Your sensor has some dust stuck to the sensor. You will have to take it to a service center, they will clean up the sensor for you. It is inexpensive. ... Nikon D80 Digital Camera with 18-135mm Lens
Photos taken now not visible on memory card. I'm currently on vacation and have been taking photos on my DMC-TZ5. Camera has been working fine, until yesterday. I took a number of photos of a particularly memorable day when none of the group had a camera with them. Every time a photo was taken the image was displayed for a second before being able to take another shot. A number of times I went back to check the photos, each time the photo was visible. However, when I returned home and p
The memory card has most likely corrupted or the camera itself is faulty. Depending upon where you were holidaying this could be an intermittent fault due to temperature or humidity. It can also be caused if you have not followed the correct procedur ... Panasonic Digital Cameras
Hello, took apprx. 100 photos. Was messing around with camera and came across "memory format" hit select THINKING it would provide options or alerts but it seems all my photos dissappeared! I have taken 188 photos since and they are fine. Is there anyway to retreive these lost photos. Since i never saw nor hit a delete button, i feel they might be in camera somewhere. I have a canon power-shot SD750 Many, many thanks in advance for your help in this matter
There are some programs that can recover the pictures, even if you've formatted the drive. It's best to recover them right away, however, since if you take more pictures, you can overwrite the data of the old pictures. Some programs claim they ca ... Canon PowerShot SD750 / IXUS 75 Digital Camera
Black spot on photos taken by nikon d40
... Nikon D40x Digital Camera
Blurred pictures I started using my new Nikon Coolpix on Christmas Eve and have taken photos for about 2 weeks. More than half of the pictures are very blurry after I transferred them to my computer and enlarged them to view. My daughter also got a Canon Elph on the same day and her photo quality is much much better. I also own a Nikon D5000 and have always been very happy with the quality, thus my choice of a Nikon pocket camera. Have I made a mistake?
... Nikon Coolpix S220 - Aqua Green 2.5" LCD Digital Camera
All my pictures have suddenly become over exposed. I have taken thousands of photos with this camera - mostly on auto setting - with no problem. I have checked my settings and they are all still on auto. Last Saturday night I was taking a lot of photos with flash and my camera got very hot. This may be something that happens naturally but not happened to me before. But I have taken over 100 photos since then without sny problem at all.
Hi,This is a common problem with most of the camera's This is either faulty circuit board ( that could be the reason that it was very hot last time ) or shutter problem.There is a nice article for shutter problem ( THIS WOULD ... Pentax Optio A10 Digital Camera
Problem transferring photos to computer...........I transfer many photos on a daily basis but since yesterday evening, can't figure out the problem. Camera works fine, USB cables are OK. On a couple occasions(I've tried many times) computer says it does not recognize device. I pulled up Nikon Transfer didn't see anything there. I don't know what to do next. Do you?
Hi.Please go through the following troubleshooting:1) Disconnect USB cable and replace camera batteries with fresh ones.2) Test using a different USB cable. The cable is a standard USB to Mini USB, available in most came ... Nikon Digital Cameras
Add comment D80 nikon to photos - Nikon D80 Digital Camera
... Nikon D80 Digital Camera
We are an orthodontic office using the Nikon D7000 to take facial and intra-oral photos. We are noticing that the intra-oral shots taken from 1-2 feet away have spots over the photo that look like freckles. The facial shots taken from 4-5 feet away do not appear to have the spots; however the camera is having trouble focusing at that distance.
... Nikon D7000 Digital Camera
How do I attach multiple photos to an attachment from Nikon Transfer NX (I have a Nikon D80). When I choose one, then press shift and click on another one it alto takes all the photos between those two. Thanks
Select one, then control-click on each succeeding picture. ... Nikon Digital Cameras
Black photos When I turn on my camera (Nikon Coolpix S5, I believe), I can access old photos and see the symbols that are usually on the screen when it used to take photos. However, if I take a photo with it, it is just black. The camera flashes and acts like it has taken a photo. There is no lens cap, so that is not the problem. Is the camera simply broken?
This is unfortunately one ccd fault...you must change the ccd of the camera. it s possible to find the entire lens block in international seller for many types of camera...search if you can find your lens to a good price and prove to change it alone ... Digital Cameras
Hi, I have a Nikon S3000. I'm having problems viewing some of the photos on the camera. Some will uplaod to my PC but only show half the photo, the other half is grey. Other photos are totally blank and say ' file contains no image data'. After taking the photos, I checked they came out and all photos were there, so I don't understand where they've gone. Any guideance would be much appreciated. Thanks in advance. Emma Powell
Its memory card problem.Every time format card after transfer at system and less try to delete photo in camera.Some time it give trouble to read memory card ... Digital Cameras
Camera: Panasonic Lumix DMC-FT1 Problem: Camera is not saving photos Hi, my camera started responding very slugglishly yesterday. I took a few pictures, and some of them wouldn't save. If I tried to switch my camera off, the screen would freeze on the "Saving photos". I checked the SD card on my laptop and those photos were coming up as blanks. I formatted the card and the camera recognises it, but it's still not saving photos. When I try to view the photo I've just taken, the screen goes blank
Are you formatting the card in the camera as you're supposed to? Have you tried going into the menu and finding "reset" and followed the on-screen instructions? Do you have photos on the internal memory? If so, remove your card and format the camera ... Panasonic Lumix DMC-TS1 / DMC-FT1 Digital Camera
Canon A560 camera problem - the images are overexposed. I checked the exposure setting, AWB, and all other settings and they are all normal. There is an exposure setting where I can set to + or - 2, but setting it to -2 does not help much. Outdoor photos are almost completely white. There is some detail in black objects. Indoor photos are overexposed. Flash pictures seem OK. The picture on the display is OK. I compared some macro photos taken a few weeks ago with macro photos now. The good photo
... Canon PowerShot A560 Digital Camera
This photo can't be displayed. You might not have enough memory available. Close some programs or, if you hard disk is almost full, free some disk space and try again. ----This message comes out on certain photos that I cannot open when I transfer the photos from the dslar (nikon d90). But I checked and I have enough disk space. Some photos are able to be viewed without problems.
... Canon EOS 400D / Rebel XTi Digital Camera with 18-55mm Lens
I have a Nikon D40X. For ages it's been fine transferring pics from the camera to my laptop. The other day when I plugged it in, the transfer window stated there were no photos to transfer. I checked the camera and there were photos on there. Somehow the software or camera is not recognising or selecting photo's to transfer. So now I have photo's on my camera that I can download - can someone help!? Thanks
From main menu, pick menu with wrench icon, make sure USB is set to "M" mass storage mode. In same menu there is an option for "Folders" to pick which folder to take images from, make sure this is the same as the folder where your images are. Remembe ... Nikon Digital Cameras
Red line on every photo taken with Nikon D40
And your question was? \015\012\015\012A new CCD for £128 - that is a total bargain. If you think you can buy a camera half as good as the D40 for RM750 you are deluded... although I agree that the CCD shouldn't have gone in such a short ... Nikon D40 Digital Camera with G-II 18-55mm Lens
How to view the photos taken on Nikon Digital Camera
Hi there RK,\015\012\015\012Chec the manual on thelast post I sent you to solve this problem.\015\012\015\012Rob ... Nikon Coolpix 3100 Digital Camera
Have happily used my SLR panasonic digital camera and taken thousands of photos on the SD card, but today it says "memory card error please check the card". Never seen that before and cannot access any of the photos on it. Can't see anything wrong with card, won't read in another panasonic camera either, nor through the card reader attached to my printer. Camera works fine with diferent card. How do I rescue my photos please?
Have you tried this memory card on your computer? \012 If this memory card can be read functionally on your computer, you'd better copy off all your stored photos to another memory card or drive and format this card immediately to check whether ... Digital Cameras
Nikon d40 hi i got my self a nikon d40 all was well for the first 5 days was working well very happy. but then i went to get the d40 out to take some early morning beach shots turned it on and got a white lcd and the camera would not work so took the battery out to check it put it back in cam turned on and worked but still the white lcd and if you turn it off then back on camera wont work unless you push the battery first and still have a white lcd. have taken it to my registered nikon dealer t
Sounds like you got a bad one, i would ask for a new one. ... Nikon D40x Digital Camera