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I have a nikon d60 and cannot get the pop up flash to work, any help would be appreciated.

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There is a button just to the left of the flash on the camera that should pop up the flash or if you are in auto mode it shoud pop up by itself.. if these do not work then your flash is stuck and you could just pull up in it and it should open but I dont recommend that just in case you break it.. but I have done that several times

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When you have the flashing highlight areas, press the down arrow on the command dial and it will scroll through various playback screen options until you get to the screen you prefer to view.

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Within the menu items that can be viewed on the back of the camera, there is a language option that you can set. You may have to scroll through all of these to get the correct setting. Nikon tends to change the menu layout from camera to camera, so it may not be the same in your D60 as it is in a D300 or other model.

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SOURCE: Flash on Nikon D60 does not work

Hello. When i first bought a D60, it was working perfectly outdoors at day and would work without a hitch with external flash. However, the internal flash would never get released. No menu option would be of any use, only symptoms were flashing 'flash' and 'question mark' symbols in the finder. NIKON service fixed it - There was nothing wrong with the camera electronics. The little flash release mechanism somehow acted up and NIKON staff fixed it in +- 5 minutes. I do hope you have yours in full working condition by now.

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SOURCE: Sd card won't click into place on my Nikon d60

Check your SD card, there may be a piece of it missing. Did the same to my camera and looking into the card holder, there was a piece of SD card lying at th bottom! (I used a needle to dislodge it!)

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SOURCE: Would like to know how to use the self timer on my Nikon D60?

Highlight Release mode in the Quick settings display and select the self-timer mode (an icon that looks sort of like a one-handed clock). Frame the photo. Press the shutter release button halfway to focus, then all the way to start the timer.

It's all in the manual under "Self-Timer and Remote Control Modes," page 55 in my copy of the manual.

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D60 flash won't pop up


Please set the MODE to P (Programmed Auto) In this mode YOU control the flash, not the camera. Inside where it is not bright. Set your ISO to 800 and take a photo indoors with low light. Then pop up the flash and do it again. P lets you take a photo with the flash down or UP it is the only mode I suggest most people should use. :)

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My nikon D60 and the pop up flash dosent work


the flash pivot on the release side of the flash has a small cylinder that operates the flash up switch. If that cylinder is broken off or the pivot is pushed in so the switch doesn't close, then what you describe happens

pop up the flash and remove the two screws underneath, and you can pry off the cover - gently - to check the switch

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Could the Sakar Dedicated Ittl Flash work For Nikon D60


Probable will not work on the Nikon's hot shoe because the contacts on the Sakar flash gun won't match the contacts on the Nikon's hot shoe.
You can use the Sakar flash gun as a slave flash by connecting a optical flash trigger to the Sakar flash gun and use the Nikon's flash to trigger the Sakar slave flash.

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I have a nikon d60 and cannot get the pop up flash to flash, any suggestion


Go to menu then custom setting menu then turn your built in flash on problem solved

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Hello i have nikon d60 and the flash do not pup out


In what mode(s)? In the point&shoot modes the camera decides whether to pop up the flash. In PSAM modes you decide.

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Have a nikon d60 and the flash will not go off even when in a dark situation. Pops up but no flash?


if it pops up then the sensor is working and the mechanical parts are working,

Next is manual force flash test, if is manually flashes, the bulb is good else replace the bulb.

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Flash on Nikon D60 does not work


Hello. When i first bought a D60, it was working perfectly outdoors at day and would work without a hitch with external flash. However, the internal flash would never get released. No menu option would be of any use, only symptoms were flashing 'flash' and 'question mark' symbols in the finder. NIKON service fixed it - There was nothing wrong with the camera electronics. The little flash release mechanism somehow acted up and NIKON staff fixed it in +- 5 minutes. I do hope you have yours in full working condition by now.

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Built-in flash not working


Please shoot in P mode. In P mode it will use the flash if you pop it up and not use it if it is down.

The flash uses LOTS of battery power. If you battery is weak the flash may take a long time to recycle (charge).

The Flash must be popped up and READY before you can use it. The flash is charged or READY when the RED light is on.

I hope this helps.

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