Having problems with your Nikon D90 Digital Camera with 18-105mm lens ?

Hi, I've just recieved my nikon d90 back from a repair and service, and although everything appears to be working fine, whenever I want to change shooting modes,( auto, P, M, flash off etc), they only work once I have selected them, and then turned the camera off and back on. In other words I cannot be shooting in the Auto mode and then switch to "flash off auto"....all that happens is that the auto focus works but the shutter will not operate. If I switch the camera off and on however, I can t


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I'm going to assume at this point that the camera has been serviced correctly. What I'd suggest is that you look in your manual and find where you can reset your camera back to the factory default settings. Okay here are a few thoughts that might be what is happening again I'm assuming the service was done correctly. In "Auto" mode the camera is in full control and what might be happening is the camera has selected a shutter speed many seconds long to achieve a correct exposure, most DSLR's will have a 30 second shutter speed. Also the mirror up function my be activated so first the mirror comes up then the shutter delay happens. The mirror lock up function on my fleet of digital cameras locks up every time I trip the shutter until I set the function to off. It'll really throw you off if the mirror lock up is activated, the camera is set for a time delay be this 5 or 10 seconds and then you have a long exposure on top of that, feels like forever before the picture is actually taken. By going into your setting or custom functions and setting the the camera back to factory default so bring you back to the setting the camera had when you first got it.
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