20 Most Recent Nikon D60 Digital Camera - Page 6 Questions & Answers


You're seeing blown-out highlights. Take a look at this for more details.

Nikon D60... | Answered on Aug 29, 2012


dont bother to connect camera to pc..just use the SD card reader...either external usb one or laptops internal one

Nikon D60... | Answered on Aug 29, 2012


Replace the battery

Nikon D60... | Answered on Aug 22, 2012


Check your white balance setting. In the point&shoot modes the camera sets the white balance automatically. In the PSAM modes you get to choose the white balance. Set it to Auto and see if that makes any difference. Set it to Cloudy or Shade and see if the pictures come out reddish or yellowish.

Nikon D60... | Answered on Aug 05, 2012


since the camera has many adjustment, Read carefully the owner manual and go to the section troubleshooting and see the different adjust need for to fix it problem
If you do no have owner m. go to www. retrevo.com and download
God bless you

Nikon D60... | Answered on Aug 03, 2012


Switch to one of the MASP exposure modes then pop up the flash by pressing the flash button on the front of the camera.

Nikon D60... | Answered on Jul 27, 2012


Open the battery cover by sliding the latch toward the center of the camera and flipping the lid up. Holding the other side of the camera, lightly slam the end with the open battery compartment against the cupped palm of your other hand and the battery should slide out a little. Grasp the battery and pull it out the rest of the way.

Nikon D60... | Answered on Jun 02, 2012


As this is a SD card, just remove the card and slide the switch slider to unlock.

Nikon D60... | Answered on May 31, 2012


Hi can you take the memory card out and look at them on a pc or laptop ? if so you could delete them there.
You could delete everything on the card by formating the memory card.
Sounds like there is some sort of problem with the card or camera if you cant see the pictures. Can you see any pictures on the camera? Do you have another memory card you could use to do a few test shots on and then see if you can delete them.

Nikon D60... | Answered on May 30, 2012


You can get rid of the information screen by pressing the [i] button at the bottom left. However you'll still have to use the viewfinder to take your photos. Nikon didn't allow the LCD to be used for LiveView until they introduced the D3 and D300 a year after the D60.

Nikon D60... | Answered on May 15, 2012


You can get rid of the information screen by pressing the [i] button at the bottom left. However you'll still have to use the viewfinder to take your photos. Nikon didn't allow the LCD to be used for LiveView until they introduced the D3 and D300 a year after the D60.

Nikon D60... | Answered on May 15, 2012


If you're viewing the photo on the camera, press cursor-up/down to cycle through the different views of the photo. Those views will show you the various settings.
If you're viewing the photo in Nikon CaptureNX2, select the picture or double-click on it. You'll see the information in the Metadata tab.
If you're viewing the photo in another program, please refer to the documentation for that program. Look under "metadata".

Nikon D60... | Answered on May 13, 2012


If you purchased your D60 new, you could sent it in to Nikon for cleaning but personally, I'd wait a while if it's not affecting the camera's functions. If you need warranty work within the first year, you can send the camera in for that work, and they'll clean under the LCD while servicing the camera.

Nikon D60... | Answered on May 05, 2012


There are several possible reasons. One is indeed the battery. If the camera powers on with a different battery pack then that would point rather conclusively at the battery.
Another possibility is that the drop damaged or broke the battery contacts inside the camera. Another is that the drop damaged or broke something else inside the camera.
First, try another battery pack. If you don't have one, go to a Nikon dealer and ask to try one. If the camera powers on with that, then buy a new battery and dispose of the old one. If the camera doesn't power on, then you'll have to have the camera serviced.

Nikon D60... | Answered on Dec 16, 2011


Press up/down on the multiselector to cycle through different views of your picture.

Nikon D60... | Answered on Dec 05, 2011


Press up/down on the multiselector to cycle through the available views of your picture.

Nikon D60... | Answered on Dec 05, 2011


You mean the LCD screen and not the viewfinder, right? That's the way the D60 works. Like other SLR cameras for over half a century, it offers a viewfinder (that's the little window at the back of the "hump") for framing and composition. The LCD screen is for review (looking at the picture AFTER you take it) and for menus. More recent DSLRs offer a LiveView capability where you use the screen for framing and composition. Nikon introduced this feater with the D3 and D300, released a year or so after the D60.
Sorry if that wasn't the answer you wanted to see, but there it is.

Nikon D60... | Answered on Dec 05, 2011


Check the camera's exposure compensation adjustment. Here's a link to a page explaining it. You may have it set to underexpose each shot.

If this doesn't help - let me know in a commet.

Thanks!

Nikon D60... | Answered on Nov 18, 2011


You didn't say what model flash you purchased so I can't say if it is compatible with your camera. You can't just buy any external flash and expect it to work with every camera.

Nikon D60... | Answered on Oct 19, 2011

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